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Nutrition Chart of Seaweed. (Indication)

Sea vegetables are virtually fat-free, low calorie and one of the richest sources of minerals and fibres in the vegetable kingdom.

This article presents information on the nutritional aspects of seaweeds in terms of fibres, mineral content, fats and lipids, vitamin contents, and components that have a confirmed and investigated nutritional effect.

The development of the orthomolecular nutrition. (Linus Pauling)

His claim; Optimum nutrition is the medicine of the future.

**The optimum nutritional micro-environment of every cell in the body is vital to achieve or restore optimal health; deficiencies in this environment cause the body to be more susceptible to diseases and degeneration. There is now scientific consensus that a healthy nutrition is the most powerful mean of preventing disease.

One problem is that is difficult to get it all from land based foods. Seaweed can help here. It is an extraordinary source of chelated, colloidal minerals and trace elements not common in most vegetables. Contains micronutrients, potassium, carotenoids protein and fibre.

Why because Seaweed has ready access to the abundance of minerals found in the ocean what cannot be said for land based plants. Sea plants also regarded as more potent than land plants because they contain a great number of organic compounds known as phyto (plant) chemicals. Many of these organic compounds are necessary, but missing in our modern food supply.

Coastal peoples all over the world have prized seaweed as a source of valuable nutrients, primarily minerals, for eons.

Ancient tradition: the power of the Earth (plants) to be combined with products of the sea (flexibility), key to a long and Healthy life. A gift from the sea. Such nutrition is necessary for our journey to optimal health and wellness.

Additionally, negatively charged minerals can also help increase the transport and bioavailability of other foods and supplements. Seaweed is important in any diet. Seaweed or algae can help to build and sustain the broad nutritional balance of vitamins, minerals, and vital nutrients on which optimum health and vitality depends.

The use of depleted soil/pesticides and herbicides (modern farming) and food processing worsens the imbalance. In fact, seaweed contains 10 to 20 times the amount of minerals, trace elements, and Vitamins than found in commercially grown land vegetables. Gram for gram, they are higher in vitamins and minerals than any other class of food. In addition, they have outstanding nutritional profiles. Essential fatty acids, nucleic acids like RNA and DNA, and phyto-chemicals as carotenoids. Recommended use 2 gram (1DR)/day.

Between:

• 10-40 % minerals, Ca, Cl, K, Na, P, Mg, Fe• Olio elements Zn, Cu, Mn, I, Se, Mo, Cr

• 20-45% protein with a good amino acid profile.

• Vitamins beta-carotene (pro-vitamin A), some vitamins of the B complex (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, & Folic acid. E and K.

• Up to 40% soluble fibres (agar, carrageen an, &alginate)

• 10-25% carbohydrate (sugars & sugar Alcohols)

• 3-9 %Insoluble fibres: cellulose, xylans & others.

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