Sea Vegetables

Sea vegetables come in a variety of forms such as nori, wakame, kelp, and dulse, and can be used in a range of dishes from salads and soups to sushi rolls and snacks.

Sea vegetables, also known as seaweed, are a type of edible marine algae that are rich in nutrients like iodine, calcium, iron, and antioxidants. Sea vegetables have been associated with improved thyroid function, reduced inflammation and healthier immune function. However, sea vegetables can also be high in sodium and other minerals, so it’s important to consume them in moderation and choose low-sodium options when possible. Incorporating sea vegetables into your diet can add a unique and nutritious twist to your meals.

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