Seaweed nutrition and health benefits
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The way we perceive our diet and the choices we make every day has a significant impact on our health and wellness.
So, our preoccupation for healthy eating is justified if you think the great number of diseases that have occurred in recent years due to actual lifestyle.
Have you ever thought that because of the pollution, the air and the water are more acidic?
For this reason, minerals drain from the soil and reached to the sea where they are absorbed by the seaweed.
If introduce seaweed into our diet, all of these minerals that we found in seaweed will reach to your body.
In this way help us to maintain an alkaline state in our blood.
As a result, this healthy food will provide many benefits to our health, improving our resistance to fatigue and stress.
Did you know, that 1 kilogram of dry seaweed represent the equivalent of almost 10 kilograms of wet seaweed?
Also, only 100 grams of dried seaweed represent the equivalent of one kilogram of vegetables. If you do not know, seaweeds are one of the most nutritious food ingredients in the world due to the large number content of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
In addition, seaweeds contain beta-carotene that acts as an antioxidant as well as proteins, polysaccharides, fibers that help accelerate intestinal transit, but also chlorophyll, a regenerating substance. Seaweed consumption stimulates the blood circulation and metabolism but also, supports the body to eliminate the excess of fat.
This healthy food has healing and bactericidal properties, and because of the enzymes they contain, they help the digestion.
In fact, they can be considered a detoxifier because accelerating the fat burning and facilitate the elimination of toxins. Also, eating seaweed it stimulates the activity of endocrine glands as: pituitary, pancreas and thyroid.
Wakame seaweed is rich in vitamin B, calcium and magnesium. 100 g of Wakame contain 150 milligrams of calcium, needed for bone health and for prevention of osteoporosis.
A portion of Wakame contains only five calories and even helps you burn fat.
These seaweeds also protect you from heart disease, diabetes, blood clots and obesity.
If you eat them regularly, they will protect you from hypertension, viral infections, tumors and inflammations, and strengthen your immune system.
These seaweeds possess a diuretic effect and prevent bloating.
Additionally, due to the valuable content of iodine, Wakame helps to regulate the function of the thyroid gland.
With this seaweed you can easily prepare a tasty salad at home.
To prepare you need 2 cups Wakame Stems, 1 carrot and 1 cucumber, 3 tablespoons of Vinegar, half teaspoon of sweetener, 1 – 2 tablespoons Soy sauce, half teaspoon of Sesame Oil, a red chili, 1 teaspoon of sesame, salt and pepper up to taste.
Soak the Wakame for 5-10 minutes then drain.
Wash and grated the cucumber and carrot.
Place all ingredients in a bowl and mix well.
If you don’t like the Wakame raw you can steam or fry for 1 minute.
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3 thoughts on “Seaweed nutrition and health benefits

  1. Please be careful from where you get your seaweed for much of the seas around developing countries are often contaminated with pollutants

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