sea vegetables

sea vegetables


Spirulina refers to a large number of cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae. It contains unusually high amounts of protein, between 55 and 77% by dry weight, depending upon the source. It is also complete protein - meaning it contains all 9 essential amino acids. In addition to proteins, spirulina is rich in vitamins, (providing more beta-carotene tha carrots), minerals, polysaccharides and … [Read more...]


Nori, an ocean vegetable, is the most commonly used seaweed. It comes in dark sheets which are nearly 50% protein and primarily used to wrap sushi rolls. … [Read more...]


Wakame is an ocean vegetable typically found in seaweed salads and soups. Wakame is highly concentrated source of two critical disease-fighting nutrients - folate and magnesium - as well as a good source of calcium and riboflavin. Wakame, like other ocean vegetables is high in chlorophyll, making it a powerful cell protector. … [Read more...]


Arame is a dark, thin seaweed with a rich flavor that can be used in soups or salads, or mixed with rice. … [Read more...]

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