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.
Reindeer are turning to the coast and increasing their seaweed intake, as an adaptation to climate change. Read More
Seaweed and skincare go together in most of our minds, but how and why is one of the most exciting frontiers of research. Find out about what our unique Australian seaweed extracts can do for your skin and how we choose to formulate with these in our PhycoDerm
range of skin care.
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SeaFibre-3 is based on our clinical research as featured in the Clever Guts
diet by Dr. Michael Mosley. We focused our research on the things that are missing from modern diets as over 75 chronic diseases are linked to our guts and, often, what we don't eat. Learn how putting things back in your diet can be more important than taking things out.
From about the age of 30, we start to lose muscle mass at a rate of 3-8% each decade, and our immune system and brain function also rely a lot on different amino acids from protein. We found in the early days of our research, that our seaweed, due the species and the conditions in which we grow it, is particularly rich in protein and contains all of the essential amino acids. It also has B12 and bio-available trace elements like iron. Read More
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 us know that Omega-3 oils from fish are important for cardiovascular health, but did you know that seaweeds and algae are the creators of Omega-3, and that even impulsive behaviour is linked to not getting enough. Here you can read and hear about our 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
Seaweed glycans can be a part of your arsenal to improve the glycemic index of your diet 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