When models and actresses are asked what their secrets are to having smooth, luminous, and flawless skin, most of them point to superfoods like sea moss oil.
Adding to the coveted list of superfoods is sea moss, an algae that appears to be the new fashionable ingredient that promises a beautiful skin effect while adding flavor to salads, soups, or stews.
Sea moss has been linked to improved fluid circulation and a stronger immune system, two properties that would make the seaweed an all-in-one at the level as kale, quinoa, avocado, chia seeds or turmeric.
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It is precisely this high content of antioxidants that makes sea moss an ally for skin health.
However, some studies still do not draw clear conclusions about whether or not it is safe to eat seaweed regardless of the proportions.
It is not yet known whether it is an easily digestible ingredient for those who are not used to this type of dish in their diet and neither is it known how much of its interesting nutrients the body can assimilate.
That is why experts recommend that this superfood be accompanied by other ingredients and never be considered a dish on its own.