The Medi-Spa brings a modern approach to wellness so the clients can enjoy "proved –through- experience healing" treatments to set them on the path to self-discovery and awakening. The rediscovery of primordial foods created a new palette for diet-conscious people, and a wave of supplements, treatments and cosmetics using those. Among them is the seaweed, loaded with nutrients and skin-care benefits. While it’s been used for years in the beauty industry, you can expect to see it more in salads, soups and grain bowls, and even snacks like chips.
“Seaweed is one of nature’s most amazing super-foods and contains more vitamin C than oranges. It has high levels of iodine (cancer patients need to be aware during treatments), calcium, magnesium and iron, all of which are essential for healthy skin, hair and body function, healthy hormones and energy levels, and maintaining a good weight. It is also anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal,” says wellness expert Nicole Granato. “Seaweed is extremely high in protein, making it a good option for those who eat little or no meat, while gentler on the stomach compared with kale.
While rediscovering the “sea-food” bounty we came upon the fish eggs (caviar), a staple on Greek diet even today. The new research is kicking of a sea-change in skincare; Serums and creams with hydrolyzed roe are used to fade brown spots and plump-up fine line, according to the American Academy for Anti-Aging Medicine. The ingredient contains an enzyme that dissolves dead skin and rehydrates for smoothness without the sting.
Living in a diverse community has its cultural and culinary benefits; however, we can also discover the healing foods and ingredients used by various nations. Thanks to the European, African, and Asian markets, now located in our neighborhoods, a large variety of foods are within reach.