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Why this latitude on earth? Because these latitudes are subtropical regions known for calm winds and little precipitation. Its pristine, shallow waters are perfect inhabitant for seaweed. As the most sustainable food resources, Seaweed around these latitudes has existed for over 2.5 billion years and as a result has adapted with a plethora of active nutient-rich compounds that work together to have a much stronger antioxidant effects.


Nutritionists revere the health benefits of seaweed as it contains iodine, vitamin B12 and also contains small amounts of vitamins A, C, E, and K, along with folate, zinc, sodium, calcium, and magnesium.

The benefits of Iodine

Seaweed has the unique ability to absorb concentrated amounts of iodine from the ocean. Your thyroid gland releases hormones to help control growth, energy production, reproduction and the repair of damaged cells in your body. Your thyroid relies on iodine to make hormones. Without enough iodine, you may start to experience symptoms like weight changes, fatigue, or swelling of the neck
over time.


The benefits of Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 plays a key role in many aspects of health and may support bone health, red blood cell formation, energy levels, and mood. Eating a nutritious diet or taking a supplement can help ensure you’re meeting your needs.


While it may only contribute to a small percentage of vitamins A, C, E, and K, along with folate, zinc, sodium, calcium, and magnesium, using it as a seasoning once or twice per week can be an easy way to add more nutrients to your diet.

The proteins present in some seaweeds, such as spirulina and chlorella, contain all of the essential amino acids. This means seaweed can help ensure you get the full range of amino acids.

Seaweed can also be a good source of Omega 3 fats


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