What is Arctic Seaweed?

Arctic Seaweed is a relatively new player in the superfoods game.  What makes it different to anything else on the market and why should we take it?

 Where does it come from?

Arctic Seaweed can be found growing wild in the northern hemisphere along the intertidal shoreline.  It is mostly harvested in North East Canada, The UK, Ireland and Norway.  It is a macro algae or brown seaweed that is also known as a Kelp, Knotted Wrack and Norwegian Kelp to name a few.  Arctic Seaweed refers to this particular species that is harvested from Norway above the Arctic circle.

Why Should I take it?

There is a lot of noise regarding superfoods and trying to understand which one to take in comparison to another is becoming increasingly difficult. Celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Victoria Beckham and Brittany Spears have reportedly been using Arctic Seaweed due to its high mineral and antioxidant content.  Reported use has shown its high antioxidant has been linked to anti-canceranti-ageing properties, according to scientific literature.  It contains unique fibres and antioxidants only found in seaweeds as well as a great source of Iodine.  A recent study has shown that you only need a small amount to see great effect due to its bioavailability.

 

Why you will love it!


  • Removes heavy metals
  • Certified Organic Sources
  • Stimulates metabolism
  • Non-GMO
  • Assists brain function

 

  • Anti-ageing properties
  • No artificial flavours, colours or preservatives
  • 100% Natural
  • Powerful detox properties
  • Antioxidant powerhouse