Seaweed Contamination with Heavy Metals?

by Hippocrates Health Educator

We asked Dr. Brian Clement of Hippocrates Health Institute about seaweed contamination with heavy metals. This is what he responded:

There’s little to no contamination. When it was studied, the seaweed from off the coast of Japan, they found that the cellular strength of the seaweed doesn’t bear the heavy metals coming in.

That’s why when Anna Maria, my wife, and I were brought to Russia after Chernobel, what we were using very, very effectively to remove the radioactivity from the body, which is by the way a heavy metal, is seaweed. So the use of seaweed was actually a very effective heavy metal detox.

Not only were we having them consume vast amounts of seaweed, we were having them take baths in them. The team of doctors they had working with us there said that this was the first time they’d had anything close to these results with a heavy metal detox.

Contrary to what the naysayers tell you and all the guerilla marketers out there, this is one of the weeds (seaweed) that doesn’t like to pull up heavy metals into their cells.

Please watch the video and leave me your comments.

  • Nic

    Just to point out the obvious, but if seaweed was not inclined to absorb heavy metals wouldn't it be useless at removing radio active isotopes (heavy metals) from the body?

  • Nic

    Just to point out the obvious, but if seaweed was not inclined to absorb heavy metals wouldn't it be useless at removing radio active isotopes (heavy metals) from the body?

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