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Sea moss, also known as Irish moss or red seaweed, is a type of seaweed that grows year-round in tidepools and inlets. Sea moss is commonly harvested in New England to extract carrageenan, a gelatinous carbohydrate used in baked goods and cosmetics. However, sea moss can also be eaten on its own and is often used to thicken soups and stews. Let’s take a look at the health benefits of this intertidal seaweed.Health BenefitsEver since Kim Kardashian posted

A client of mine asked me recently:My wife keeps telling me I need better self-care… But it always sounds like hippie nonsense to me. You’re a shrink, what do you think about this whole self-care thing? My first reaction was to validate my client’s skepticism that, yeah, the term self-care gets thrown around a lot. And often in kind of a semi-spiritual, new-agey way without much detail as to what it is exactly. And just a few years ago, I think

People have used elderberry for its health benefits for hundreds of years. Elderberry contains antioxidants, and many believe it can relieve colds, fight the flu, and boost the immune system. There is little scientific research into the effects of elderberries on people’s health. The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) state that more research is needed to confirm the truth of these possible health benefits. This article will evaluate the evidence for these claims. It will also look at