Korean Seaweed Masala Flavour Made in Korea Pack of 2

Korean Seaweed Masala Flavour Made in Korea Pack of 2

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  • Product pattern Seasoning laver. ingrecbents dried taver(S4%), corn oil, sesame onl, sesame, ‘salt, sugar, Masala powder, chilli powder, turmeric powder
  • Good For your Heart Health: Seaweed is also very good for your heart health. It is full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and ant i inflammatory properties which help reduce the risk of heart disease.
  • Gives You Energy: Seaweed in high in Iron and Iron can help you produce the energy needed to fuel your day-to-day activities. It also helps nourish your circulatory system improving blood flow to your tissues.
  • Helps your Brain Function Better: Seaweed, especially Kombu seaweed is a great source of Glutamate which is one of the most essential transmitters for brain function.
  • Helps Strengthen Your Bones: Seaweed is one of the best non dairy sources of calcium. Calcium is essential to increase your bone growth and bone repair.
  • Aids in Digestion: Seaweed has been shown to have a mild laxative effect on your stomach which is quite useful in maintaining healthy digestion.
  • Helps with Thyroid Function: Seaweed is rich in Iodine and Tyrosine, both of which help thyroid function. Your thyroid controls everything from metabolism to your heart rate.
  • Helps in Blood Clot During Injury: Seaweed is loaded with vitamin K, which is a fat-soluble nutrient. Vitamin K communicates with the platelets in your body and can stop the flow of blood from a wound in case of injury.
  • Seaweed can be a good source of nutrients, especially for vegetarians.
  • Custodial method To retain at a place where is cool and ventilation is good by avoiding from direct rays or moisture.
  • Now, seaweed has become so commonplace that it can be served at any time, but in the past, ordinary citizens could hardly ever eat it.
  • They could only eat ‘seaweed’ on special days. The popularization of seaweed began in the 1980s during which the seaweed processing technology was innovated, further resulting in the development of seasoned seaweed.
  • As savory sesame oil and perilla oil were pasted on seaweed, and seasoned salt was sprayed on, it gained popularity as a side dish for cooked rice and lunchboxes, and as such, various types of seaweed began to appear one after another.
  • In the 2000s, due to the well-being trend, healthy seaweed products were introduced and exported throughout the world. As such, it began to attract attention overseas as a low-calorie healthy food.