Fucoidan is a nutritional element contained in seaweeds gaining world-wide attention. Fucoidan is an indispensable component of seaweeds.
Fucoidan is a ‘smooth component’ covering the surface of seaweed such as Mozuku, wakame and Kombu.
Discovered by a Swedish scholar in 1913, Fucoidan is a substance secreted from the mucous membranes of seaweed leaves. Fucoidan is an indispensable component of seaweed enabling it to be flexible in order to protect itself from severe tides.

In recent years, Fucoidan has been in the spotlight for its health benefits. More and more research is being conducted on Fucoidan around the world as a nutritional supplement and in the beauty industry.
Growth of Fucoidan Market
Fucoidan is a polysaccharide with properties found nowhere else.
Polysaccharides are commonly known for containing glucan found in aloe or agaricus. Fucoidan is also a polysaccharide with many sugars, and has a special ability to be produced in a smooth or gel-like state which maintains its water content.
It is understood that the nucleus of this is fucous, composed of galactose, mannose, xylose, uronic acids, sulphate groups and other components.
Polysaccharides with sugars combined at the molecular level are acknowledged to have positive benefits to maintaining everyday health.

Polysaccharides with sugars combined at the molecular level are acknowledged to have positive benefits to maintaining one's health.


Tongan mozuku – bathed in brilliant sunshine
No two seaweed are the same: Mozuku has more Fucoidan content than Wakame or Kombu, while Okinawan Mozuku is a highly-prized seaweed. Nevertheless, there has been a recent discovery of a source of Fucoidan that is two- to three-time more pure than Okinawan Mozuku. Tongan Mozuku comes from a healthy environment and a pristine ocean and is the raw ingredient of “Sea Fucoidan”.
Grown in a pollution-free environment, Tongan mozuku has an outstanding fucoidan content.
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