soluble fiber. Remember: soluble fibers dissolve in water and become a soft-gel that keeps you full and helps stool move through the GI tract.
Also, because sea moss is also a prebiotic, which is a type of dietary fiber that’s essentially fertilizer for probiotics (healthy bacteria in your gut) and, thus, helps further support digestion.
According to the Food and Drug Administration — sea moss is loaded with key minerals such as folate, which is essential for prenatal health and development. It’s also high in iodine, which is is important for promoting the development of normal breast tissue.
Sea moss is sold in several forms, including dried, ground, or in pills or droppers. Sea moss products sold as dietary supplements aren’t regulated in the same way as prescription drugs. With that said, you can take too much of it depending on your body type.