In the few trials that have been carried out on humans the amount of dry healthy seaweed consumed and the amount that has significant impacts on health is about 4 to 8 grams of dry seaweed per day. This equates to about 50 grams of fresh seaweed.
If you are familiar with Nori, which is the Japanese name for dried edible seaweed sheets made from a species of red algae called Porphyra, including Porphyra yezoensis and Porphyra tenera. It is probably most popularly known for its use in making Sushi, but it is used in many other applications too.
Here is two dessert plates of 50 grams Pacific Sea Moss. On the left is Kappaphycus alvarezii (cottonii) and on the left Eucheuma denticulatum. (spinosum). The amounts are similar to a lettuce type salad – this 50 gram dries down to about 5 grams of dry healthy seaweed.
We make no medical claims. But we all understand seaweed is healthy. What you may not know is that peer-reviewed scientific papers have shown in countless studies on humans, animals and in test tubes that seaweed is healthy. BioSea Health provides seaweed as a simple way to consume food. Simply good healthy food.