Tthere are great differences in the amount and quality of alginate present. A commercial alga must contain around 20% by weight of dry alginate. The quality of the alginate is based on the viscosity that will produce water in one by one; how much higher the viscosity mayor is considered the quality. The brown algae that grow in cold water produce a good quality alginate
The ones that grow in temples and tropical plants produce a little viscosity alginate. The main commercial sources for the species of Ascophyllum and Laminaria (Europe), Lessonia (América del Sur), Ecklonia (Sudáfrica), Durvillaea (Australia and Chile) and Macrocystis (California and Baja California).
They have commercial importance
on agar and carrageenan; they are called sulfated polysaccharides because they contain negatively charged sulfonic groups that are combined in marine algae with a positively charged ion like those that are contained in alginic acid. 3.3 Brown algae as a source of alginateAll brown algae contain alginate,
Remodel less than 5 minutes, drain, cut and consume crude or any other meat or plate.Agar-Agar: Remodel for 10 minutes and use the 10-minute baking tray to make gelatin.Kombu: Depending on the source of the alga you will need between 30 minutes and 1 hour of cooking.Hiziki: Cook for at least 30 minutes and consume.Wire: Removed the cooker for 10 minutes for 5 minutes and consume.Nori: If you can cook for 5 minutes to puree or toast al fuego, without acceptance, for 10 seconds to make sushi.5.
1. Tacna – 2008 Enrique José Chipana Telleria SEMINARIOS BOTANICA FACI – ESBM Botánica General Universidad Nacional Jorge Basadre Grohmann MEDICAL IMPORTANCE OF ALGAE GREEN MARINES UNJBG2. What is the algae? <ul> <li> Las Algae are photosynthetic plants, not vascularized, without roots and that have simple reproductive structures.
Seaweed is an increasingly popular
ingredient in the beauty industry, thanks to the many benefits it provides to skin and hair.They have amounts of antioxidants, polysaccharides, amino acids, proteins and peptides, lipids, minerals, vitamins and a large amount of secondary metabolites. Scientifically studied and highly sustainable, seaweed appears to be a proven super-ingredient.
- A meta-study that examined the effectiveness of macroalgae in beauty products confirmed its advantages in terms of hydration, treatments, anti-aging
- protection against free radicals, preventing sagging and wrinkling of the skin and protection against UV radiation.
but also for the beauty industry in general. They are natural ingredients, easy to harvest and sustainable.
It should be borne in mind that, in the labeling of any cosmetic product with seaweed, its scientific and Latin name (for example, algae vesical algae may appear as Focus Vesiculosus) or another variation of the word “algae”, as peptides algae or macroalgae. Although there are many different types, including green, brown and red seaweed and seaweed and fucsan, which fortunately all offer similar benefits to skin and hair.
In addition, the environmental connotations of cosmetic products with algae must not be overlooked. According to a study published in Cosmetics, the beauty industry “is highly committed to the search for natural sources of functional / bioactive compounds, preferably cheap and sustainable raw materials, to offer innovative products and solutions that meet expectations. macroalgae are an excellent example of a natural resource that can satisfy these requirements “.
Seaweed is beneficial not only for consumers,
Therefore, as a natural, easy to harvest and sustainable ingredient, seaweed is beneficial not only for consumers, but also for the beauty industry in general. The best bets for products containing lagas are moisturizers, detoxifying creams, serums, masks, bath salts and soaps. These products are ideal for any type of skin and are of special interest to customers looking for lightweight formulations that offer nourishing and long-lasting hydration.
- Thanks to the ability of seaweed to activate the skin’s collagen and increase its production, people with tired skin can also experience a great improvement with regular use.The demand for
- seaweed products grows year after year. In addition, oral supplements with seaweed are popular and come in different shapes to make the skin look younger. While one customer may be looking to
- smooth out fine lines with a daily dose of a moisturizer, another may be trying to ingest seaweed as a supplement.
Algae provide abundant benefits for skin and hair:Illuminates and points to hyperpigmentation: algae can help keep the skin radiant and spotless as it contains niacin, which is known to lighten the skin and reduce hyperpigmentation.
They protect the skin from sun damage: studies have shown that natural compounds in seaweed can help combat the negative effects of UV radiation on the skin and hair.They promote collagen production: since it is rich in vitamin C, seaweed supports the production of collagen, which can promote younger skin.
Repair hair damage from heat styling: Algae-based hair care products help repair hair damaged by heat or excess weight, promote hydration, control oil and reduce hair loss.They deeply cleanse the skin: thanks to its exfoliating and detoxifying properties, in particular iodine content, seaweed can help remove dead cells and heavy metals for clean, smooth and healthy skin.They help control rosacea and skin inflammation: as algae are full of B vitamins (among many natural nutrients) it can help to reduce the inflammation and redness associated with acne, as well as skin conditions like rosacea.