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What is Fucoidan?

Fucoidans occur naturally in the cell walls of brown seaweeds. They function to protect the plant from water-borne pathogens and other environmental challenges. Learn More
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Uses of Fucoidan

Fucoidan has a strong effect on supporting immune enhancement and is an intense antioxidant. It also stimulates osteoblast production and supports healthy connective tissue. Learn More
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Innovative marine biotechnologies

Vesta’s Fucoidan has a higher concentration of Fucoidan than most products on the market. Fucoidans are sulfated polysaccharides found in the cell-wall matrix of brown algae and in some marine invertebrates that contain high amounts of L-fucose. They also contain other monosaccharides (mannose, galactose, glucose, xylose, etc.), uronic acids, acetyl groups, and protein. The source of Vesta’s Fucoidan derives from the Laminaria and Undaria species grown in Korean ocean waters, which are considered an enriched and natural body of clean, unpolluted water.
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