Sea vegetables

Sea Vegetables

Seaweeds, or sea vegetables, have been part of human diets for many thousands of years. There is evidence from burial sites that sea vegetables were eaten in the Stone Age, and they are mentioned in ancient Chinese and Japanese medical texts.

Low in fat, sea vegetables give us a range of minerals, including potassium, iodine, calcium, magnesium, and iron, as well as fibre.

Some sea vegetables include:

Some Sea Vegetables include:

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