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Jack Ogilvie
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17 Jun 2013 06:28


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Richard Gray wrote:

Jack, can you shoot me an email grari@bigpond.com and I will give your product a go.
Cheers
Rich.
(Cant be bothered with order forms and stuff, just want to send the $ and get the product.... Hope you dont mind)


Sent you it Richard.
Doug

Yes kelp has calcium but No vitamin A or vitamin D no carrot powder,no spirulina or chia or phosphorus no magnesium. My calcium plus has these products,plus calcium
As the old saying goes oils ain't oils.





Richard Gray
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17 Jun 2013 06:42


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Thanks Jack, will give it a go.
Cheers
Rich.



Kevin Wright
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17 Jun 2013 07:33


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Jack Ogilvie wrote:

Richard Gray wrote:

Jack, can you shoot me an email grari@bigpond.com and I will give your product a go.
Cheers
Rich.
(Cant be bothered with order forms and stuff, just want to send the $ and get the product.... Hope you dont mind)


Sent you it Richard.
Doug

Yes kelp has calcium but No vitamin A or vitamin D no carrot powder,no spirulina or chia or phosphorus no magnesium. My calcium plus has these products,plus calcium
As the old saying goes oils ain't oils.


Kelp is considered especially beneficial for your skin pours. This is because it contains essential fatty acids that maintain suppleness in pores of the skin chlorophyll, amino acids, which assist in building healthy cells, and the antioxidant vitamin A, which lessons damage produced by free radicals.

Kelp also contains:

Bromide
Protein
Selenium
Zinc, amid the B advanced nutritional vitamins as well as vitamin C.vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D and E.
Other Benefits Of Sea Kelp

Sea kelp benefits can even help keep the brain healthy by helping to support a healthy brain tissue, membranes around the brain and the spinal cord and sensory nerves.

It is used in homeopathy to aid poor digestion, flatulence, protection against radiation and also constipation.

Because it contains so many vitamins and minerals it’s good for boosting energy and elevating depression.

Kelp is a very popular weight loss herb due to its iodine properties, which improve thyroid function.

As well as a thyroid tonic kelp is also utilized as an anti-inflammatory agent, and as a metabolic tonic. Due to its function, it assists in raising the body’s metabolic rate. Kelp can therefore facilitate obese patients with a thyroid problem to shed some weight. People suffering from Goiter can also benefit from the thyroid hormone increase that kelp provides.



Kevin Wright
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highest natural concentration of calcium of any food (it has ten times more than milk!)

What is Sea Kelp?

Sea kelp contains over sixty essential vitamins, minerals, and trace elements. It is the richest natural source of iodine, which is vital for preventing and treating iodine deficiencies. Iodine is also important for the function of the thyroid gland and is a key part of thyroid hormones, which are necessary for the body’s normal development and metabolism. In this way, sea kelp can help to regulate weight, as the regulation of metabolism can be important for this.
As well as iodine, sea kelp contains magnesium,contains many nutrients -- including calcium, folate, iodine, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and vitamin K, copper, potassium, zinc, and natural sea salt. Sea kelp has the highest natural concentration of calcium of any food (it has ten times more than milk!) and it is also high in fibre. Sea kelp also contains protein, vitamins A, B, C, and E, and beta-carotene. They are also high in lignans, plant compounds that have cancer-protective properties.
Sea kelp takes the minerals and trace elements that are found in sea water and concentrates these in its leaves and stems in almost the exact proportions that are found in healthy human blood.

Conditions Helped by Sea Kelp

Some things that sea kelp can help with include:
• Headaches
• Stress
• Constipation
• Ulcers
• Indigestion
• Kidney, liver, or respiratory malfunctions
• Weight control
• Irritability
• Depression
• Lack of energy
• Flatulence
• Goitre

It has also been shown to have remedial and normalising effects on the following:
• Sensory nerves
• Arteries
• Pylorus
• Colon
• Liver
• Gall bladder
• Pancreas
• Bile duct
• Kidneys
• Prostate gland
• Uterus
• Testicles
• Ovaries

Perhaps the most important thing that sea kelp helps with is the thyroid gland as it is so rich in iodine. Iodine combines with the amino acid tyrosine to create T3 and T4, the thyroid hormones that regulate metabolism in every cell in the body and they also play a role in just about all of the physiological functions. The most common sign of a thyroid deficiency is an enlarged thyroid gland, which is commonly called a goitre.




Jack Ogilvie
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17 Jun 2013 07:56


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It is a good product that's why I use it in my black tar.Like all good products some people will go overboard and create thyroid issues.



Jack Gatty
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17 Jun 2013 09:47


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sounds like wonderful stuff I don't know about my dogs but I think I'll get some for myself. lol


Craig Andrews
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04 Sep 2019 08:42


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What product are you using for a complete calcium supplement for broods and pups?



Jack Ogilvie
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11 Sep 2019 10:28


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The amount we are now selling 1 ton a month would have to be number one seller.


Anthony Lormor
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13 Sep 2019 00:27


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Canzocal + bmp

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