Info — seaweed
Occuring naturally in wakame, Fucoidan is a key nutrient in the Okinawa diet.
Undaria pinnatifida seaweed Fucoidan is a compound that occurs naturally in wild grown Undaria pinnatifida seaweed (commonly known as wakame or mekabu) which grows in the pristine ocean waters of Patagonia and Tasmania. The physiological benefits of fucoidan have now been the subject of more than 1400 published studies. Patagonia, Argentina South East Coast, Tasmania, Australia Fucoidan protects seaweed against a range of external stresses, including marine-borne pathogens and the abrasive, drying effects of the sun, wind and salt. These protective properties of fucoidan have been captured as powerful extracts that can enhance dietary supplements and topical formulations for skincare and...