Nature Iodine rich Seaweeds

 seaweeds

There is a grape like green seaweed typically found on countries as Philippines (Caulerpa lentillifera).  This type of seaweeds is actually rich in Iodine, calcium, iron and vitamin A and C.

Many Filipinos call this seaweeds as “lato”, “ar-arusip” or “lato-bilog.”   In the northern Luzon, Philippines, many bought and eat them as fresh.  Recently, brine-salted lato is being exported to Japan and the United States . 

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