Seaweed or sea vegetables are forms of algae that grow in the sea.
They’re a food source for ocean life and range in colour from red to green to brown to black. Seaweed grows along rocky shorelines around the world, but it’s most commonly eaten in Asian countries such as Japan, Korea and China.
In general eating marine algae is a simple way to boost a person’s intake of vitamins and minerals without adding many calories. Seaweed also contains antioxidants, which may protect the body from oxidative stress and reduce inflammation at the cellular level.
- natural antioxidant,
- anti-stress, anti-aging,
- improve weight loss,
- anti-coagulant properties.