Seaweed & Algae, sea vegetables and Kelp
A pet food ingredient that may be new to some.
Seaweed, algae and kelp are good sources of minerals such as iron,
iodine, potassium, and trace minerals. Sea vegetables have a high
level of digestible protein. Most minerals are chelated because it
is usually bound to an amino acid or protein. The theory is that a
neutral chelated molecule will be more completely absorbed than
in a non-chelated form.
Most used types of seaweed are:
· Brown algae (kelp and fucus) is the most nutritious of all sea
vegetables. It is an excellent source of potassium and is easily
ground into a powder which may be sprinkled over the food or
used as flakes for fish and horses..
concentration of carrageen an which results in the red algae having
a gelatinous consistency. These red algae maintains their form in
the intestines and this will helps to absorb poisons and toxins which
will then be carried out of the body.
but are an excellent source of iron. It also contains a compound
called caesium which binds with carcinogens and can remove them
from the digestive tract. Easy to digest has a fresh taste and tastes
like shell fish/oysters.
* Chlorophyll. It contains vitamins (especially B12), minerals, trace
minerals, and beta carotene. It also has significant amounts of
naturally occurring precursors of glycogen and other compounds
which nourish and enhance brain activity.
* Ocean mix. A blend made from brown, green and red seaweed/algae.
Each type of seaweed has his own cocktail of chemical compounds.
Price; € 1.85/Kg ( Agricultur use)
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