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Try This Slippery, Salty, and Surprisingly Healthy Food

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Add some variety (and nutrients) to your diet with seaweed.


    
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Feeling adventurous? Expand your culinary horizons with a seaweed snack. This Asian cuisine staple is loaded with iodine, potassium, antioxidants, calcium, and vitamins. Incorporate seaweed into any diet with kelp noodles, miso soup, or even seaweed risotto. READ MORE...


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