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Tales of Seagreens®


People have found all kinds of uses for Seagreens: babies to grandparents, dieticians to dentists, farmers to fishermen, restaurants to raw food enthusiasts, equine establishments to animal sanctuaries.

The simple rule is to include it in your food in any way it works for you. There are vegetable capsules each morning, granulated forms as condiments and ingredients, fine soluble forms for teas and smoothies, and larger pieces for salads and vegetables!

Explore the different forms and species in the Seagreens products.

We are always delighted to hear of your experiences with Seagreens because it stimulates innovation and the exchange of information among consumers, medical and healthcare practitioners, and those concerned for the health of domesticated animals.

We are prevented by regulation, however, from re-printing here, the many unsolicited comments and testimonials we receive from consumers and healthcare practitioners - as well as much of our research!

Seaweed restores our relationship with something wild, primordial, pristine - an energy and place largely untouched by the changes Man has wrought on the land which supplies our food, and in the air we breathe. Covering 99% of the Earth’s surface, the oceans remain the only constant source of all the nutrients of which we are physically composed.

We must look after them for they are very largely us!

During Seagreens' first 10 years to 2008 various studies were conducted using Seagreens among children with Autism, among eczema sufferes for a London University Masters thesis, in India among agricultural crops and in West Sussex in livestock and horticulture. In 2008 we were fortunate to be invited to participate in a large government sponsored research initiative to replace harmful artificial food ingredients.

Seagreens® was found to be an effective and nutritious replacement for salt, and many food manufacurers have begun to use it as a natural preservative.

Further research in obesity, diabetes, iodine deficiency, and many further studies have led to peer reviewed publication of some award-winning, independent studies.

As a result it has been possible to establish the Seaweed Health Foundation as an independent forum for seaweed production standards, education and research.

Meanwhile, Seagreens consumers, medical practitioners, biodynamic farmers and others have themselves been innovating with their Seagreens!

We continue to welcome your Tales of Seagreens!

Jeremy Stephens found Seagreens delicious in his yoghurt!
And Seagreens founder, Simon Ranger, loves it on pasta!
Charlotte Palmer sprinkled it on her boiled Easter egg!
While Sammy dreams of running along the seashore!