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What Do Dr. Oz, Natural Anxiety Relief, and Chewy have in Common?

Weed. Dr. Oz, natural anxiety relief expert, recommends this stuff.

Not the kind you think silly!  Green and brown seaweed from the ocean.

Dr. Oz recommends brown seaweed for burning belly fat.  Anxiety can be helped by seaweed, and my cat loves … seaweed.

Why would my cat devour sheet after sheet of seaweed, besides him being a weirdo?

(Don’t believe me, watch the video!)

My personal belief is that his body at some level knows seaweed is full of minerals he is lacking.

Chewbacca’s coat has been a bit oily looking lately.  He also acts cold all the time: crawls under the stove when it’s on, clings to humans for warmth, lays in the sun, sleeps next to heaters, etc.

Yes, some of this is normal cat behavior, but I believe he has a bit of a thyroid imbalance.

After giving him seaweed and cultured organic butter, his coat is more vibrant and not falling out anymore. He is also more active and isn’t throwing up as often (nice, I know).

So what does my cat have to do with your anxiety?


Thyroid imbalance is a major cause of anxiety, weight gain, hair loss, tiredness, being cold all the time, and lack of libido. Catch my drift?

Seaweed is full of thyroid nourishing minerals.

It’s cheap and available everywhere. We like to get ours at the local Asian store, they come in little snack packs.

Dr. Oz recommends it for weight loss, I recommend it for an overall happy and sane body!

Enjoy it as a stand alone snack (like my cat), sprinkle it on salads, put it in soups, or on top of steamed veggies.

Did you know this about seaweed? Comment below!



Jen Springer is a Holistic Nutrition Expert who currently serves 10,000 clients.  Her approach to health is refreshing and out of the box, yet makes so much sense.  Through her entertaining and informative webinars, blog posts, and personal recovery program Let’s Get Physical: Anxiety is NOT All in Your Head, her clients quickly get results even though  they’ve spent years of chasing for answers. Jen has been a health educator and practitioner for the last 10 years.

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