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Kelp

algae seaweed

Kelp

Other Name(s):

Seaweed; Ascophyllum nodosum; Macrocystis pyrifera

Kelp grows in shallow, coastal water rich in nutrients brought out of river mouths and up on currents from the ocean floors. It’s widely distributed throughout the world but varies slightly in appearance in different geographical locations.

Is Kelp Faithful to Nature?

Yes.

Kelp is a very sustainable plant with great flavour and versatile uses including food and skincare. It can be grown in harmony with Nature where farms have been shown to positively affect surrounding ecosystems. Kelp farming also helps to reduce the burden placed on terrestrial farms.

Benefits: Why is Kelp Used?

Innovative Flavour

Kelp adds delicious flavour to savoury dishes.

Source of Nutrients

Kelp is a source of many vitamins and minerals.

Retains Moisture

Kelp contains fatty acids that restore moisture and prevent moisture loss.

Natural Remedy

Kelp has a high iodine content and therefore might be able to support healthy thyroid function.

Kelp can be found on health food aisles as a single-ingredient powder or flake.

Kelp is wild harvested and grown in aquaculture farms. When kelp is cultivated and farmed sustainably it can contribute positively to surrounding ecosystems. Areas surrounding kelp farms show increased numbers of sea urchins, starfishes and other creatures.

Kelp grows extremely fast, it can grow up to 18 inches in a day!

Notice: The information provided here is not intended as medical advice and is for educational purposes only.

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