Algae have been a source of nutrition since the beginning of time. They are present in all water even if
we cannot see them and they represent 80% of the photosynthetic activity on the planet.
They are the first form of life on earth. Frequently present in Japanese cooking, algae were introduced
to Europe in the 1980s. They are an excellent source of vitamins, in particular B12, enzymes and minerals like calcium and iodine and the original source of magnesium. Extremely rich in nutrients,
they contain 10 to 20 times more vitamins, trace elements and minerals than vegetables and terrestrial plants. They are the richest plants in terms of calcium: for example, the dulse variety contains 20 times more calcium than milk. They are at the beginning of the food chain. Algae can recharge weakened bodies, are anti-oxidant, natural cleansers and smooth laxatives and are extremely revitalizing.
They are a good substitute for salt. Algae are also available in a powder form.
A microscopic green-blue seaweed was named Spirulinaen because of its spiral form.
Recognized as one of the earliest firms of life on earth, it has existed for over 3 billion years and contributed to our arrival on earth. It has been consumed for centuries starting with the Kanembous
in Chad and the Aztecs in Mexico. Occidental explorers discovered it in the 1940s and ever since it has been the subject of numerous medical and scientific research projects. Today, it has been proven that Spirulina is an effective arm against disease and malnutrition. A natural food, it is extremely rich in protein and contains most of the essential amino acids. It represents a remarkable source of beta carotene and B vitamins, including the famous B12. Spirulina, commercialized by Belda Sisso for “The House of Spirulina,” is cultivated in Hawaii in basins bordering the Pacific ocean built on volcanic soil. We offer it in the form of a fine powder, either natural or with plants, with a discrete aroma of sea plankton that you can use in multiple recipes including soups, drinks, sauces and salad dressings, pancakes, cakes, breads, etc. Chlorella is perfect for intestinal detox. Stimulating and draining,
it cleanses the intestine and gets rid of heavy metals. In powder or pill form.
This savage seaweed grows in Klamath lake in Oregon. Extremely rich in minerals, vitamins, cholorophyll and proteins, it is a regenerating product that stimulates the production of stem cells
and directs them to the places in the body that have the greatest need. It has a particular affinity
for the brain. It stimulates anti-cancer cells and is a great anti-depressant.
Available in powder, gel or liquid.
Dulse is one of the most familiar and popular variety of seaweed.
Very tender and easily crushed. Fresh or in flakes.
Very subtle, very rich in protein without too much iodine. Fresh or in flakes.
Contains 40 to 45% protein and extremely effective in draining heavy metals. Fresh or in flakes.
One of the richest in iodine and in minerals. Found in a number of varieties in Asia
where it is recommended to increase longevity or to boost the libido.
Very useful for cooking beans. Fresh or dry.
One of the most delicate in taste. Fresh or dry (for sushi).
Has a jellification power 10 times higher than animal gelatin. Calorie-free, it is perfect for making jellies or flans, whether salty or sweet. In powder form in small packages.
Also Fresh fine ocean strips (sea lettuce, dulse, nori) or Fisherman’s Salad (dry).
Ocean salad or Two-seaweed salad in flakes.
Arame and Iziki Dried Japanese seaweed extremely rich in minerals.