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Like seaweed, sea moss is low in calories and fat but high in essential nutrients. Sea moss contains 92 out of the 110 minerals the human body uses in various concentrations. A 100-gram serving of sea moss contains just 49 calories but six grams of protein. It’s also high in fiber—a nutrient most Americans don’t get enough of. Fiber can aid in weight loss and maintenance and improve gut health. Other notable minerals in sea moss include vitamins B and C, magnesium, sulfur, manganese, calcium, phosphorus, and zinc. Again, the concentration of these minerals varies—sea moss isn’t equivalent to a vitamin.
Sea moss is rich in iodine, so eating large amounts of it may result in iodine toxicity, which could damage your thyroid. About 1,100 micrograms of iodine a day is considered excessive.
Elderberry syrup is known as a powerful cold preventative and remedy. Just one cup of berries contains about 40% of the recommended daily value of vitamin C. It's also a great source of antioxidants — which may protect your cells from damage and help prevent heart disease and cancer.