Healthy Recipes with Seaweed

If you’re curious about trendy, green sea vegetables popping up in restaurants around the country, we’ve got the healthy scoop. Nutritionally, seaweed delivers all the goods; it’s a natural source of iodine for thyroid health (important for a buzzing metabolism), vitamin A, K, calcium, iron, zinc, protein, vitamin B12 (rare in plants), omega-3s and more. Studies show promise for seaweed’s hormone balancing actions, anti-inflammatory activity, cholesterol-lowering effects and brain-boosting benefits, and, it helps to keep digestion in top form. Available year-round, sustainable and incredibly nutritious (even more so than kale!), you’ll need some tasty recipes to get you started — and we’ve got you covered from nori to wakame.