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#eatmorekelp THE SUPER(HERO)FOOD OF THE SEA

Weโ€™re all about them. By focusing on meat-alt products, we replace factory farming -- the most destructive form of food agriculture on the planet -- with regenerative ocean farming.

KELP FOR YOUR HEALTH

The benefits of kelp

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VITAMINS AND MINERALS

Kelp, like kale and other leafy vegetables, is low in calories and rich in essential vitamins and minerals. Kelp is specifically high in: Vitamin A and K, as well as minerals including Iodine, Iron, Folate, Calcium, Magnesium and Zinc.

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ANTIOXIDANTS

Kelp is high in antioxidants, including carotenoids and flavonoids, which can help fight against disease-causing free radicals and combat oxidative stress that may help protect cardiovascular health and prevent cancer.

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IODINE

Kelp is especially rich in iodine, which plays an important role in thyroid regulation and can help boost the bodyโ€™s metabolism.

-300 TONS CARBON
1 YEAR OF Eating THE kelp burger
vs
1 year Eating BEEF burgerS
+660 TONS CARBON

Why is it called regenerative ocean farming?

Whereas sustainable agriculture seeks to maintain (sustain) the systems it impacts, regenerative agriculture practices such as ocean farming produce positive system impacts by restoring and healing systems (in this case, our oceans!) As a result of our ocean farms, farmers have measured increased oxygen levels, decreased carbon and nitrogen levels, species of marine life returning to the areas that havenโ€™t been seen in decades, and even the shellfish are reporting thicker, healthier shells.
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