4 ways to eat seaweed to get that healthy glow

4 ways to eat seaweed to get that healthy glow

Seaweed certainly is the super food of the future, with no shortage of amazing health benefits for everyone to enjoy. Need some ideas for incorporating seaweed into your daily diet? Here are some tips:

  • Drinks: The Japanese have been drinking seaweed tea for years, so try making it at home and see how you like it for yourself. Use Seagreens' Salad & Condiment to brew yourself pitcher of Seagreens Summer Tonic!
  • Salad: Seaweed is a perfect substitute for spinach and lettuce. Japanese seaweed salads are very popular in sushi restaurants and show how versatile this sea plant can be.
  • Snacks: Seaweed makes for a delicious, low-calorie snack, whether eaten raw or baked into seaweed muffins with natural health supplements like Seagreens' The Culinary Ingredient.
  • Soup: Seaweed perfectly complements the taste of miso soup. Be creative and toss in other ingredients as well for some extra flavor, like tofu or mushrooms.

If you're don't particularly love the taste of raw seaweed, that's no reason you can't still use it to improve your overall health and well-being. Seagreens products contains all of the minerals, micronutrients, trace elements and vitamins that make seaweed so healthy, without the intimidating texture and bulkiness of the actual plant. Just sprinkle some Seagreens on your meal as a salt replacement to get the same rewards, such as a lower sodium intake and weight loss.

Seagreens organic wild wrack seaweeds are produced to the company's award-winning proprietary standard (patents pending) among Scotland's remote Western Islands in pristine Grade A waters. All Seagreens products are organic, kosher and certified free from allergens and contaminants.

Use Seagreens Mineral Salt to add twice as much flavor to your food with half of the salt! This way, you'll get all the healthy benefits without losing any of the taste.

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