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    Nutrition from the Sea: Benefits of Sea Vegetables

    What Are Sea Vegetables?

    Sea vegetables are the various forms of sea algae and weeds without stems or leaves that live in the sea or brackish water. They have been appreciated for their many beneficial nutrients for centuries and were used in ancient China and Egypt, and are mentioned in Ayurvedic medicinal texts.

    Nutritional Benefits from the Sea

    Sea vegetables have naturally occurring minerals, which vary based on the variety of the plant. Many are rich in iodine, iron, and other essential vitamins, making them some of nature’s most nutritious foods!

    Sea Vegetables from BareOrganics & BIOVEA

    BIOVEA is proud to sell BareOrganics products, which feature an array of nutritious sea vegetable powders to add a dash of sea-nutrition to your favorite recipes, including:


    Chlorella is one of the few edible water-grown algae, and a close cousin to the nutritious algae spirulina. Thin cell wall chlorella is a strain of chlorella that allows easy digestion for maximum nutrient absorption.

    BareOrganics chlorella is grown in stainless steel tanks that protect the powder from toxic substances and ensures a better tasting product. Chlorella is rich in vitamin A, biotin, and energizing vitamin B12.

    Irish Moss

    Irish moss grows in cold, Irish waters. Organic Irish Moss is a rich source of Iodine, an essential mineral that supports thyroid health and normal metabolism.

    It’s an excellent source of iron and a good source of calcium for bone health. Organic Irish moss is known by many different names—pearl moss and carrageen—but its reputation as an overall health promoter is well-known.

    Sea vegetables


    Spirulina is a nutrient-rich blue-green algae that grows in warm lakes. It may be one of the oldest plants on Earth and was most likely used as a food source by ancient peoples in their everyday diets long ago. Spirulina is a rich source of iron and contains other essential nutrients such as magnesium and protein. This nutritional profile makes spirulina a super green that is here to stay.

    Marine Super Greens

    Marine Super Greens offers the best of the sea with organic kelp, chlorella and spirulina. These super greens are species of micro algae or seaweed that contain essential vitamins and minerals to support natural energy and vitality as well as provide a good source of iron.

    You can find these and other BareOrganics products at BIOVEA.com.

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