Nutrition Information

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The health benefits of seaweed are legendary.  As your diners begin to seek alternatives to gluten-laden ingredients and embrace a low carb diet, our kelp stands out as an amazingly healthy alternative.

Healthy for Us, Healthy for the Planet

Kelp is a highly nutritious food source. Our kelp is gluten free and a good source of calcium, magnesium, and potassium, which are important in muscle and bone activity. It provides zinc and selenium, antioxidants and many other minerals and amino acids.  It is low in calories, carbohydrates and fat. The numerous other minerals and vitamins in kelp help make it one of the healthiest foods available

Iodine is more abundant in kelp than in almost any other plant or animal. Iodine is critical to thyroid function, protects us against radiation, prevents infection, and helps scavenge free radicals. Iodine is critical; "No iodine, no life"

"Seaweed boasts a bounty of nutrients that can help people get healthy and stay healthy. Whether solo, in salads, soups, or smoothies, sea vegetables bring nutritious to delicious."

Culinary Nutritionist, Stefanie Sacks, MS, CNS, CDN

"Many women of reproductive age in the United States are marginally iodine deficient...." - American Academy of Pediatrics, June 2014 Policy Statement

Stefanie Sacks, author of  What the Fork Are You Eating?

Stefanie Sacks, author of What the Fork Are You Eating?