The ocean is an ancestral source of life that is extremely rich in foods that are high in vitamins and minerals. Sea vegetables come in many varieties and can range in color from red, blue-green, brown, and green. They are all a wonderful source of iodine and other vital nutrients. Kombu can help to dissolve mucus and regulate blood pressure. Hijiki has more calcium than any other sea vegetable, and is high in fiber. Nori contains as much protein as soybeans and dulse is rich in iron and vitamin A. Kelp and arame are great sources of iodine and vitamin C. Click on our individual sea veggies for more information on each. Click here to learn more about iodine and radiation.