Fucoxanthin is Present in Wakame
by Jon Alkire
effects on the human body. Initial research has produced interesting if not amazing
results.

Fucoxanthin is sold as a supplement. It can be simply ground, dried seaweed or
extracts. The former may also contain high concentrations of the other nutrients in
wakame, including iodine, which some people may be sensitive to. If someone is
going to use a fucoxanthin supplement, they should check with their doctor and pay
attention to the packaging to make sure they're getting the effective dose of what
they want and only the nutrients that will benefit them.

With that in mind, it's important to note that fucoxanthin is gaining recognition and
may be proclaimed as one of the most exciting supplements of the twenty first
century. At the very least, fucoxanthin is worth investigation for the promising
research that has been done so far and the continued research that is being directed
at this uncommonly mentioned but commonly consumed substance.

There's more than one way to get fucoxanthin, to be sure. And there are reasons to
eat seaweed, but as concentrates and extracts are developed, it may be better and
more convenient to get your fucoxanthin through one of the innovative new
products showing up on the market. After all, you can get it through seaweed, but
who wants to eat that much miso soup?


About The Author

Jon Alkire

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If you've ever been to a Japanese
steakhouse, you may have tried
wakame. Wakame is the type of
seaweed used in miso soups. It's also
used in salads. In addition to these
uses, it's also popular in the raw food
movement. It contains iodine, niacin,
thiamine, calcium, omega 3 fatty
acids and as it turns out, it holds one
other thing that may make wakame
and other brown seaweeds much
more noteworthy: fucoxanthin.

A pigment found in brown seaweeds,
fucoxanthin is a compound that
scientists are researching for its
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