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SAFETY OF SEAWEED
Food allergies: Seaweed is generally not a source of food allergies. If you're allergic to shellfish and fish, it doesn't mean you should avoid seaweed because of the iodine content. According to scientific studies, it is mainly the protein and not the iodine in shellfish that causes an allergic reaction.
Sensitivity to iodine: If you belong to the very small group of people who are sensitive to iodine, it is better to avoid consuming seaweed with a high iodine content, such as kelp, kombu and sea spaghetti. Other seaweeds, such as nori, contain significantly less iodine.
Digestive Disorders: People with irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, or Crohn's disease should exercise caution with seaweed.
Other medical conditions: People with severe high blood pressure, kidney disease or heart failure should consult their doctor before consuming larger amounts of seaweed.
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