Vitamins and minerals
Grown in unfarmed nutritionally rich environments seaweed has a higher number
of vitamins and minerals than any other food group, especially land vegetables grown in nutrient poor soil.
High in calcium
It might seem hard to believe but seaweed actually contains up to ten times
more calcium than milk and eight times as much as beef.
High in fibre
Seaweed strengthens gut and promotes friendly bacteria making it great for our digestive health.
It even expands by 25% in our tummies, so we magically feel full even after a small amount.
High in protein
An increasingly popular protein substitute, Seaweed has high levels of protein helping us grow big and strong.
Most recently it has been added to nutritionally bland foods to boost the protein factor and taste.
A natural salt substitute
Naturally salty in taste, seaweed acts as a great substitute for regular salt.
We’ve even started selling our seaweed in salt shakers, so you can sprinkle the goodness on whatever you please!
Natural source of iodine
Our bodies can’t make iodine, but seaweed is packed with the stuff which is just as well
as it is really important for a healthy nervous system and brain.