According to the November/December ’10 Well Being Journal, it also has 26 times the calcium of milk. Other attributes highlighted in the item, titled “Pass the Seaweed,” include its ability to “reduce tumor growth and arterial plaque formation” as well as its “fat-burning effects.”
Those benefits have led researchers in England to develop a salt substitute that is actually seaweed crystals. Watch for it.
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