Make the best of nutritional advantages whilst preventing the risk of excess iodine

Nowadays, algae appear to be part of the super Food category. But what is it exactly? Should we be wary about the iodine content of algae?

Nutritional asset

The high iodine level in seaweed is an asset which was exploited for a hundred years in Brittany, from the end of the 19th century until the 1950s. In those days, algae were burnt to form "loaves of soda" which were then sent to the extraction factories. Today, table salt is su...

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