Sea crop… why you NEED THIS STUFF!
(especially if you have a pet)
My new favorite nutritionalist friend Vanessa recently met the 16 year old Shihtzu and insisted we try something called Sea crop. It’s essentially highly concentrated sea water, containing all the essential minerals. She explained that these minerals acts as building blocks and go into our systems repairing whatever might be needed or missing. Think about it, we DID evolved from the sea, did we not?
It’s mainly sold as food for plants but is also FDA approved for animals. They detail a gruesome but compelling study on mice on their site: in short, there were two groups of mice, one was given high doses of Sea crop, the other wasn’t. They were then forced to swim till they died (the sad part ). The group given nothing lasted 257 minutes (or 4 hours and 17 minutes,) the group on Sea crop minerals lasted 840 minutes of (14 hours) hours. This, people, is an INSANE difference!!!!
SO, I now give Alexis the recommended 5 drops a day in her water. The results are nothing short of miraculous: Her eyes, which normally require prescription drops every other day for years are now sparkling and white, her energy levels are WAY higher than before, and her appetite is off the charts*! Best of all, this stuff is CHEAP! The smallest quantity offered is $38, enough for a dog’s entire life, or at the very least 1-2 human’s years. Click here to buy.
I contacted their customer service and asked if humans too can ingest it. Arthur wrote me back saying this:
Sea-Crop is an unfiltered and unsterilized agricultural product. I cannot legally recommend that you ingest it. The product is approved for use in animal nutrition and the dose for a 150 pound primate would be 1 or 2 teaspoons per day.’
He is essentially saying that, YES adults are primates and can take it… but the stupid FDA won’t approve it (for reasons of conspiracy that you already know or I won’t bore you with).
Let’s all take it, have sparkly eyes, and energy to live forever!
* Another contributing factor may be Lexy’s new raw meat diet, another one of Vanessa’s suggestiosn that has changed little Lexy’s game. No, it’s not some fancy raw meat from the pet store, just regular ol’ ground-up meat (chicken, turkey, bison, beef, whatever) which I add a little cooked quinoa to for bulk. There was a time I had to force feed this little dog, now I wake to find her by her bowl, begging and growling for her next meal :)