Seaweed fibres are still not well understood. Research is showing they have exceptional qualities that may prove to be essential to combat many diseases.
Green seaweeds grow closest to the shore and are closely related to land plants. Often noticed because of their vibrant colours, they are fewer in number than the red or brown seaweeds (about 140 species in New Zealand). The most popular green species are Sea Lettuce and Sea Grapes. NUTRITIONAL PROFILE OF GREEN SEAWEEDS Green…Read more
Pulses food are very high in protein & fibre, and are low in fat. Combine them with seaweed and they become more digestible & their mineral count increases.