Studies suggest that seaweed – no matter if it’s made into butter, added to salads or eaten on its own – has anti-cancer, anti-viral and antioxidant properties. Photo” Shutterstock
Studies suggest that seaweed – no matter if it’s made into butter, added to salads or eaten on its own – has anti-cancer, anti-viral and antioxidant properties. Photo” Shutterstock
Wellness

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How seaweed, a stand-out fat-free superfood, aids heart, gut and thyroid health – and is good for the environment

  • A Hong Kong restaurant will soon offer a six-course menu of dishes made with seaweed, which studies show has anticancer, antiviral and antioxidant properties
  • Seaweed is also a sustainable, environment-friendly crop that’s easy to grow, and seaweed farming is expected to almost double in value globally by 2025

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Studies suggest that seaweed – no matter if it’s made into butter, added to salads or eaten on its own – has anti-cancer, anti-viral and antioxidant properties. Photo” Shutterstock
Studies suggest that seaweed – no matter if it’s made into butter, added to salads or eaten on its own – has anti-cancer, anti-viral and antioxidant properties. Photo” Shutterstock
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