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Why limit nori intake?


Nori is a snack that many people like to eat, and its unique fresh fragrance makes people can't stop eating. However, when it comes to nori, most of us will think of it as an ingredient used to make soup and other dishes. Therefore, few people know that nori is made from nori, its raw material is Porphyra, one of many varieties of nori, and the seaweed used to make soup is Porphyra. No matter what kind of seaweed it is, it is rich in nutrients and is of great benefit to our bodies.

Besides its delicious taste, nori is popular for its health and nutrition. Nori is made from Porphyra, a sea alga that grows in the sea and is rich in trace elements that are good for you. Nori concentrates the essence of the sea, rich in vitamin A, vitamin E, and vitamin C, at the same time, nori also contains rich B group elements, in addition, to potassium, calcium, magnesium, zinc, selenium, iodine, and other essential mineral elements of the human body are also very rich, therefore, nori is suitable for teenagers and children in the growth stage of appropriate consumption. For some elderly people with bad teeth, moderate consumption can also supplement trace elements.

After a series of processing, Porphyra is made into nori and a variety of delicious nori products, such as yaki sushi nori, stuffed nori, seasoned nori, and so on. After roasting, the rich umami elements of nori are aroused, making nori taste more delicious and increasing appetite. However, it is also necessary to remind everyone that the intake of nori every day should not be too much, otherwise it will lead to excessive intake of sodium and iodine, which is harmful to the body.