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Kelp

Dietary Kelp or Bladderwrack (Fucus Vesiculosus) might be effective in normalazing DBU and increasing progesterone, and might prolong the length of the menstrual cycle and exert antiestrogenic effects in premenopausal women.

Kelp is high in calcium, magnesium and Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), iron, Vitamin E, A, reach in iodine.

Kelp is also good to increase vitamin K and hemoglobin in the blood.

This seaweed is found along coasts and bordered inlets of the North Atlantic and North Pacific oceans.

Being without a true root, stem, or leaf, kelp grows near the surface of sea water, attached to rocks. The high iodine content of this plant makes it a valuable supplement in cases where iodine deficiency has produced thyroid disease.

Other trace minerals are present that may help in blood formation. Some vitamins are also found.