Kombu ~ a.k.a. Dasima or Haidai

Posted by VitaminSea on 4/15/2021 to SEAWEED FOR HEALTH
Kombu ~ a.k.a. Dasima or Haidai
Our Organic Wild Atlantic hand-harvested Kombu (Saccharina Kelp) is a brown seaweed best known as sugared kelp. Kombu is also known as Dasima or Haidai. Kombu has a slightly sweeter taste and tender texture. This versatile sea vegetable is beautiful for soup stocks, marinades and seasonings; or used in biscuits, cakes, tarts, and cookies.

Seaweed Snacks

Posted by VitaminSea on 3/18/2021 to SEAWEED FOR HEALTH
Seaweed Snacks
What's in YOUR snack cupboard? It could be some nutritious and delicious Whole Leaf Sea Vegetables! Maybe you're one of those people who need something like a chip to snack on but you're looking for a healthier option. Maybe you're one of those people looking for something different to add to your salad.

Skin, Hair & Body Care

Posted by VitaminSea on 3/11/2021 to SEAWEED FOR HEALTH
Skin, Hair & Body Care
What is the one product that benefits your Skin, Hair AND Body? Sea Gel, of course ~ it's the "Aloe of the Sea"! The blend of Organic Maine seaweeds used in our Sea Gel release large amounts of polysaccharides which are valuable nutrients needed in our everyday life.

Eat Your Sea Veggies

Posted by VitaminSea on 2/25/2021 to SEAWEED FOR HEALTH
Eat Your Sea Veggies
By now, you've read all of the compelling reasons to incorporate sea vegetables into your diet. If you are interested in incorporating sea vegetables into your diet but aren’t sure where to start, check out some of our most popular Recipes.

Sea Moss - Know the Difference

Posted by VitaminSea on 2/18/2021 to SEAWEED FOR HEALTH
Sea Moss - Know the Difference
Sea moss has received much awareness in the past few years, especially from Dr. Sebi (Alfredo Bowman), a self-proclaimed healer and Honduran herbalist. Sea moss is a generic term for a species of red algae or seaweed and has

The Maine Sea Kitchen ~ Maine Sea Vegetables: Cooking with Seaweed Blog

Posted by VitaminSea on 12/17/2018 to SEAWEED FOR HEALTH
The Maine Sea Kitchen ~ Maine Sea Vegetables: Cooking with Seaweed Blog
Learn from The Maine Sea Kitchen (Great Food and Products with a Hint of the Sea) why you should be buying your Sea Vegetables from Maine, read a blog about cooking with Maine Seaweed, and be sure to check out a book about good nutrition and how it affects our bodies, "How to Eat Healthier to Keep the Doctor Away".

Top 3 Sea Vegetables for a Vegan or Macrobiotic Diet

Posted by VitaminSea on 11/5/2015 to SEAWEED FOR HEALTH
Top 3 Sea Vegetables for a Vegan or Macrobiotic Diet
For people following vegan, vegetarian, raw or macrobiotic diets one of the biggest challenges is meeting daily nutritional requirements. Since meat and fish are a primary source of these nutrients, if you reduce or eliminate animal products from your diet it is imperative you find other sources to meet your Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA). That’s where seaweed can help! For example, one gram of seaweed contains enough iodine to meet your daily RDA. Seaweed can also contain up to 10 times more calcium than milk, and eight times as much as beef. Seaweed is also organic and kosher.

What are the Benefits of Seaweed?

Posted by VitaminSea on 4/7/2012 to SEAWEED FOR HEALTH
What are the Benefits of Seaweed?
Many people were shocked to hear that seaweed may be the next big thing. But here at VitaminSea Seaweed, we have known about the benefits of seaweed for a long time. Consider the healing benefits that the ocean provides for so many ailments. The ocean is packed full of vitamins and micro-nutrients, and all of these are absorbed by seaweed making it one of the healthiest plants in the world! The healing properties and benefits of seaweed are astonishing!

The Seaweed Diet

Posted by VitaminSea on 4/7/2012 to SEAWEED FOR HEALTH
The Seaweed Diet
Every spring millions of people turn to diets and exercise to shed those extra pounds that were packed on over a long winter. Every diet takes motivation and dedication in order to work, and eating right is a must in order to manage your weight. It’s easy enough to go to the store and grab the diet pills that say they allow you to eat what ever you want, and still lose the weight. Well if only those pills worked without any side effects.

There is a natural alternative. It will not replace going to the gym and should be consumed along with a well balanced diet. Of course I am speaking of seaweed. The natural plant that gathers its nutrients from the seawater in which it grows and needs only sun light. So how does a seaweed diet help you shed those pesky pounds?