REFERENCES Admassu, H., Zhao, W., Yang, R., Gasmalla, M. A., & Alsir, E. (2015). Development Of Functional Foods: Sea Weeds (Algae) Untouched Potential And Alternative Resource-A Review. International Journal of scientific & Technology research, 4(9), 108-115. MacArtain, P., Gill, C. I., Brooks, M., Campbell, R., & Rowland, I. R. (2007). Nutritional value of edible seaweeds. Nutrition reviews, 65(12), 535-543. Rajapakse, N., & Kim, S. K. (2011). Nutritional and digestive health benefits of seaweed. In Advances in food and nutrition research (Vol. 64, pp. 17-28). Academic Press. Watanabe, F, Takenaka, S, Katsura H, Zakir Hussain Masumder, SAM, Abe, K, Tamura Y, Nakano Y 1999. Dried green and purple lavers (Nori) contain substantial amounts of biologically active vitamin B12 but less of dietary iodine relative to other edible seaweeds. J. Agric. Food Chem. 47 : 2341-2343. https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/Vitamin%20B12-HealthProfessional/#h7 https://www.livescience.com/34693-superfoods.html
Why Is Seaweed Called a Superfood?
Leave a Replay
The Ultimate Guide!
Here you can read everything you didn’t know you wanted to know about this superfood of the sea. From the vikings to the beauty industry, there are many uses for seaweed!