Pacific Seamoss in the News
Check out our articles on Biosea Health News, and find out the research and the popular articles that tell the story of why seaweed is good for humanity. It has been eaten for millennia. Providing a wide range of minerals and vitamins. So it is food. With surprising health benefits. For more science focused articles then check out the Science Reviews or information on how to build immunity with seaweed.
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Katie has suffered from severe period cramps for five years. Took seaweed. Pain gone from a 9 to a 1. She has suffered such unbearable pain over the years had failed some exams. Find out what happened next.
Improve your poo in the times of toilet paper shortages. Make your #2s into #4s for comfort and health. Seaweed improves bowel motion
Prebiotics, including seaweed, and probiotics (yoghurt) prevent lung cancer. How can this be true? Check out this 2019 study that they have a role in the prevention of lung cancer
Six improvements include more energy, feeling of wellness, reduced pain, blood pressure
Seaweed has nutrients and functional properties in the food itself. They have benefits without any nasty side effects. But just like medicines, they work best when consumed often enough that the active molecules stay at the optimum level in your body.
USQ scientists show seaweed can break the obesity cycle.Toowoomba takes out the unenviable title of the fattest city in Queensland according to researchers at the Mitchell Institute.
Seaweed reduces degeneration of cartilage through potent anti-oxidant and anti-inflamatory and anti-immunogenic actions. Arthritis is one of the most common causes of pain and disability in our aging population and current treatments only address the symptoms of joint disease.
Breast cancer rates in UK are 10 times those of Japan. USA has 4 times rate of mortality than Japan. Why? Diets, and eating seaweed is just one of differences implicated. This wide difference has intrigued researchers and other studies have followed from this remarkable difference.
Seaweed, or “sea vegetables”, are a type of sea algae that can be found growing along shorelines around the world. Generally, seaweed can be classified by color – red, green and brown.