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Seaweed is high in vitamins and minerals – but that's not the only reason westerners should eat more of it

By Rochelle Embling, PhD Researcher in Psychology, Swansea University
Laura Wilkinson, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Swansea University
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Edible seaweeds and algae - or sea vegetables - are a group of aquatic plants that are found in the ocean. Kelp, dulse, wakame and sea grapes are all types of seaweeds that are used in seaweed-based dishes.

Though eating seaweed is mostly common in Asian countries, today seaweeds are widely growing in popularity as an ingredient in a range of food and beverages. This notably includes sushi,…The Conversation

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