Dulse Whole Leaf Seaweed - Atlantic

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Dulse, also known as Palmaria palmata, is red seaweed that grows attached to rocks. It's not only rich in health benefits. This salty sea vegetable is eaten fresh and dried in foods including soups, chowders and fish dishes. Dried, dulse is used as seasoning. Dulse is packed with valuable minerals,...

Dulse, also known as Palmaria palmata, is red seaweed that grows attached to rocks. It's not only rich in health benefits. This salty sea vegetable is eaten fresh and dried in foods including soups, chowders and fish dishes. Dried, dulse is used as seasoning. Dulse is packed with valuable minerals, including iron and potassium. A 3.5-ounce serving of fresh dulse seaweed provides approximately 33 milligrams of iron and 1,720 milligrams of potassium. Because red and brown algae are particularly rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, they may be an effective addition as part of a balanced diet.

Dulse is packaged directly without losing its minerals richness, or processing. Dulse is compact with an excellent source of Vitamin B6, Idoine, Potassium and Iron and is delicious as a snack and contains more dietary fiber (33%) and soluble fiber (16%) than Oat bran. Be sure to check for occasional tiny hidden pebbles in the leaves. Store Dulse in bag and avoid extreme light, heat or moisture. Cooking with Dulse is fast and if uncooked dulse is too chewy for you, allow to absorb moisture, and in a few days, it will be softened by its own enzymes.*

Dulse natural source of iodine is critical for patients suffering from hypothyroid symptoms include, fatigue, dry skin and face, muscle aches and pains, chest pains, unusual sensitivity to cold   temperatures, a lower than normal basal body temperature, headaches and migraines, constipation, depression, hair loss, brittle and peeling nails, high blood cholesterol, weight gain or obesity, heavy periods in females.*


One of the many ways you can eat Dulse is to briefly soak it and add to omelettes, sandwiches, or salads. It also makes a great snack by itself.

Ingredients100% California Dulse Seaweed. Harvested wild and sustainably from the sea.

Storage: Store sea vegetables in their zip top bags or other air-tight containers in cool, dry cupboard and away from sunlight.

Shelf Life: Dried sea vegetables will maintain their flavor for at least a year, but likely much longer.

Allergies: The product is processed in same facility and on common equipment with products containing soy, wheat, egg and medicinal herbs.

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease

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