- Nori is most commonly known for its use as the seaweed that wraps up sushi rolls, however it can also be used in soups, stews, torn up or shredded to make a garnish for vegetable dishes or noodles.
- Sea vegetables contain all of the 56 elements essential for human health, including calcium, magnesium, potassium, iodine, iron, and zinc, together with important trace elements such as selenium that are often lacking in land vegetables due to soil demineralisation.
- High in essential elements.
- Contains trace minerals.
- The minerals in sea vegetables are in a chelated, colloidal form that makes them readily bioavailable.
Dried Nori Sea Vegetable (Porphyra yezoensis).