Dr. Oz Detox Show Uncovers Bladderwrack as an Amazingly Powerful Way to Remove Toxins from the Body, According to TodaysStandard.com

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Bladderwrack was recently reported on by the Dr. Oz Show and being the next great breakthrough in detoxifying the body. Bladderwrack is a kind of seaweed used medicinally for centuries that expands in water and is said to draw toxins from the body.

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Bladderwrack Seaweed

Dr. Oz and Kim Kardashian have at least one thing in common... Bladderwrack baths.

Dr. Oz and Kim Kardashian have something in common. They both recognize the perks of taking a Bladderwrack bath. TodaysStandard.com uncovered reports that Kim utilizes this product to handle her psoriasis and Dr. Oz shared with his audience in an episode last week, the perks of nutrient-rich Bladderwrack seaweed in treating cellulite, excessive weight, dry skin, and arthritis. TodaysStandard.com is among the first to pick up on the breaking news of the detoxifying effects of a bladderwrack and find it being sold on this site.

TodaysStandard.com’s team has found Bladderwrack is the newest product to hit the market since being discovered off coasts of the north Atlantic and Pacific oceans, as well as the North Sea and Baltic Sea long ago. It’s a cold water seaweed that has many uses and has been used for centuries in Asia where it’s considered a food source and is often served raw, pickled, and in cooked forms.

The actual seaweed Bladderwrack includes the highest concentration of minerals. These trace minerals detox, condition and calm dry, inflamed skin and support to lessen the signs of badly inflamed skin without the chemicals and steroids typically found in conventional remedies. Bladderwrack seaweed brings an alkalitic balance to the skin to lower redness. It is additionally naturally high in iodine and fucoidan. Iodine is useful in promoting the thyroid and managing bodily functions. (Talk to your doctor first if you have thyroid issues.) TodaysStandard.com has been following the Global spike in research that has led to shows like the Dr. Oz show to uncover the detoxifying properties.

According to the original Dr. Oz detox report, a normal dosage used in baths is safe for men and women to use on a regular basis. This bath supplement is commonly sold over-the-counter by retailers and vitamin health food stores like this Amazon page. The TodaysStandard.com team has published a new video to go with this information to help its website readers. The video can be accessed here at this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMzq9jCaIHQ.

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The TodaysStandard.com team is made up of editors and writers that find and publish breaking news online. This site was introduced in 2011 to be one of the leading independent news agencies operating on the Internet. From included news to poll projection, the year of 2012 has been one for explosive expansion for the TodaysStandard.com website and its editorial group. Product testimonials and individual submitted news are a few of the brand-new features that have helped this independent news website to reach even more newsreaders on the Internet with searches and mobile technologies.

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