Seaweed: A super food that is easy to prepare and eat
Many people do not think of seaweed as their go-to source for nutrients. But with people working to keep their New Year resolutions to eat healthier, seaweed should be incorporated into their everyday diets. Many North American restaurants, however, still treat seaweed as an obscure menu option, something we will only see wrapped around a sushi roll or an ingredient in miso soup. But the possibilities of seaweed are so much larger than that they could easily become a part of anyone's daily diet plan.
Some suggest seaweed can be prepared in a number of ways, including:
- Cut pieces of seaweed into small slices and layer it inside burgers or sandwiches – a perfect way to add flavor to any meal, as well as any nutrients it might otherwise be lacking.
- Treat your family to seaweed chips. Though not as nutritious as some other options, the salty and crispy snacks will be appreciated by those looking for a new taste experience.
- Pulverize dried seaweed in a food processor and sprinkle it over almost anything! Keep ground up seaweed on the table next to the salt and pepper, since more people are likely to use it if it is readily available.
- Fresh, leafy seaweed can be chopped and quietly added to kale or any type of salad. It will add another layer of flavoring to your meal.
Seagreens® is by far the most convenient and nutritious way to incorporate seaweed into your daily diet, regardless of what you like to eat. Seagreens® seaweed is a natural multi-nutrient whole food, offering a range of convenient products that contain all of the vitamin groups, minerals and trace elements you need for a healthier lifestyle.