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Fucoxanthin, also known as Fucoidan, is a kind of carotenoid that can be found naturally in wakame and hijiki, brown seaweed that is commonly used in Asian cuisine. Fucoxanthin can also be found in limited amounts in red and green seaweed.
While brown seaweed contains the highest source of fucoxanthin out of any naturally found item, it’s extremely hard to achieve fucoxanthin levels used in research studies by consuming it alone. Supplementation is suggested.
Some nutritional and metabolic studies have indicated that fucoxanthin can help promote fat burning and that it does so by increasing the effectiveness in which one loses weight.
As fucoxanthin is a relatively new product, more research is currently being conducted.
Everyone can benefit in some way from taking fucoxanthin. While there is no requirement for the supplement, it’s suggested by the limited research performed, that it can have positive effects on your body.
Strictly adhere to label directions on any supplement you’re taking, including fucoxanthin.
There are currently no known side-effects at the time of this writing.