We all know that we are born with our own unique set of genes that will dictate a lot about us. In this blog we will demonstrate that it also depends on how we treat our genes through diet, exercise and sleep. Read More
Contrary to a lot of marketing, you cannot eat collagen to deliver collagen to your skin and joints. Your body will decide where it wants the amino acids that you eat to go. You just have to make sure your diet is diverse and adequate enough to provide the building blocks, and that you care for and protect the collagen that you make with a good skin care regime. Read More
Our gut microbiomes are complex ecosystems, much like rainforest soils, and should host many different types of bacteria. Therefore, a combination of dietary fibre is as important, and more effective, in maintaining a good gut balance.
Salt is essential but only at 5g per day. Make your salt experince the best one
with natural flake salt and iodised with Australian seaweed.
Soil-science is still high on our agenda at PhycoHealth, because seaweed can contribute a lot to the quality of soil and plants that we grow on land. The microbiome in soils can benefit from seaweed in a similar way that the microbiome in our guts does.
Many people ask us about seaweeds and iodine - too much, too little or just right? This is an important topic for your health and at PhycoHealth we have done a lot of research in this space. Read More
Most of are aware that seaweeds are a good source of minerals that are deficient in land crops. But some of these deficiencies can be life threatening. Here we talk about how a little seaweed everyday could be a simple solution to global malnutrition priorities. Read More
A lot of us think that red meat is the only way to get enough iron, but don't underestimate the resources in seaweed. Not only does our seaweed contain all of the essential amino acids and B12 that are hard to get in a plant based diet, but it is iron food as well. Read More