NEW Kelp Chips from Kiwi Wakame – Take Your Iodine Boost as a Delicious Snack

November 5th, 2016 Posted by A Plant Based Lifestyle, The Latest & Greatest No Comment yet


Kelp Chips from Kiwi Wakame are DELICIOUS. A great way to get the rich minerals and vitamins of this amazing sea vegetable into your diet regularly, especially if you are a bit shy when it comes to the taste of seaweed. This is an excellent snack to support your energy levels, concentration and performance during work or leisure activities.

Although nothing like a potato one, these are still chips – flash-fried in coconut oil and sprinkled with toasted sesame seeds. A healthier chip option. If you are a regular savoury ‘chippie’ muncher this umami alternative will keep you out of trouble, as the nutrient-rich nature of the kelp will allow you to feel sanctified. We must also be aware that over consumption may deliver too much iodine into our bodies, so it is a healthy snack that comes with a self moderating clause. Purchase Here

‘Kiwi Wakame’ kelp is sustainably hand-harvested from water in Otago, New Zealand. This particular seaweed Macrocystis Pyrifera contains the highest concentrations of iodine of all the kelp species. A mineral that is not prevalent in New Zealand soil and therefore our land-based plants. This kelp also contains at  least 70 vitamins, enzymes, minerals, trace elements and proteins, including vitamins B1, B2, B12, calcium, iron, potassium and magnesium.

As we know, kelp supports thyroid function, pituitary function, metabolic regulation, the lymphatic system, hormone function, benefits hair, skin and nails and a myriad of other body functions. It is a super-food gifted to us from the ocean.

At $4.50 per bag there’s every reason to grab some as a snack today.
Our cafe chef is working out the best ways to use them as a healthy garnish. Purchase Here


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