Nori Seaweed, An Ocean Fortified Dietary Supplement



Nori is the Japanese name for a type of seaweed from the genus Porphyra that grows wild, like other sea vegetables, off of rocks along shallow coastal shorelines, mainly in the Pacific Ocean as well as the North Atlantic and Irish Sea. Used as whole laver pieces or in the form of sheets, it has been consumed for centuries as a valuable food source in both Japan and Wales. A nutritious sea vegetable, containing many phytonutrients, like minerals and polysaccharides, it is most famous for its use in the popular Japanese food known as sushi. Learn about the highest quality to consume to avoid potentially contaminated varieties.

Organic Raw Sushi Nori, Maine Coast Sea Vegetables, 50 Sheets – amzn.to/1NG4jcn
Maine Coast Sea Vegetables Nori, Toasted Sheets, 7-Count (Pack of 6) – amzn.to/1OWruCO
Maine Coast Sea Vegetables Organic Laver Wild Atlantic Nor, 1oz – amzn.to/1miU9oF
Earth Circle Organics Raw Organic Nori Seaweed, 50 Sheet – amzn.to/1Zff0Wz
Sea Seasonings Triple Blend Flakes, Maine Coast Sea Vegetables – amzn.to/1PRkeVT
Mountain Rose, Organic Nori Flakes, 1oz-1lb – https://bit.ly/2gBVys1
Raw Organic Nori, Live Superfoods, 50 sheets – bit.ly/1mPhGhi
ChocolaTree Raw Nori Nachos 4, 1.5oz Bags – amzn.to/1QB6DCD

Nori Page: bit.ly/1MzGvmz
Harvesting Wild Nori: bit.ly/230cLLi
Nori Nachos Recipe: bit.ly/1nXdxIX

Additional Sourced Info:

Effects of Extraction and Processing Methods on Antioxidant Compound Contents and Radical Scavenging Activities of Laver (Porphyra tenera): 1.usa.gov/1UHWvc4
Vitamin B12-Containing Plant Food Sources for Vegetarians: 1.usa.gov/1RQogwF
The Story of Laver Seaweed in Wales: bit.ly/1TOulMo
Welsh Laverbread: bit.ly/1P1dykU
BerkeleyRad Watch: bit.ly/1FFEzvx
Proximate Composition, Amino Acid, Mineral, and Heavy Metal Content of Dried Laver: 1.usa.gov/1kYTdol
The iron content and ferritin contribution in fresh, dried, and toasted nori, Pyropia yezoensis: 1.usa.gov/1ZfeibP
The Japan Times, Nori: https://bit.ly/1RvuKps
Marine Coast Sea Vegetables, Nutritional Charts: bit.ly/1mPgSJd
Dried green and purple lavers (Nori) contain substantial amounts of biologically active vitamin B(12) but less of dietary iodine relative to other edible seaweeds: 1.usa.gov/1VXOGQN
Vitamin B12-Containing Plant Food Sources for Vegetarians: 1.usa.gov/1RQogwF
NutritionData, Laver: bit.ly/1ZfexUd
Proximate Composition, Amino Acid, Mineral, and Heavy Metal Content of Dried Laver: 1.usa.gov/1kYTdol
Proteins and Carbohydrates from Red Seaweeds: Evidence for Beneficial Effects on Gut Function and Microbiota: 1.usa.gov/1UHXk4v
Hypolipidemic effect of the polysaccharides from Porphyra yezoensis: 1.usa.gov/1OlpjTV

All information is for educational purposes only and is the personal view of the author; not intended as medical advice,
diagnosis or prescription. This information has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to cure or prevent any disease.


Post time: Jun-29-2017