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SEA FUCOIDAN - Low Molecular Weight Japanese Fucoidan Bevarage

$400.00

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SEA FUCOIDAN is the most famous and longest history of Ultra Low Molecular Weight Fucoidan beverage.

●Made from the Kingdome of Tonga Hand Picked Mozuku



●Contents: 900 ml × 2 bottles with measuring cup

●Ultra Low Molecular Weight



●2 Types Available: Sweetened type (Honey) / Sugar-free type​ ​

[Expiration Dates] Unopened: 2 years

[Raw Materials]

【Sugar-free type】
Brown algae(Mozuku), Vitamin C, Citric acid, Vitamin B1, Nicotinic-acid amide, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B2

【Sweetened type】
Brown algae(Mozuku), Honey, Vitamin C, Citric acid, Vitamin B1, Nicotinic-acid amide, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B2

[Nutrition Facts per 100 g]

【Sugar-free type】
Energy 5kcal, Protein 0.1g, Lipid 0.1g, Total carbohydrate 1.7g(Sugar 0.5g Dietary fiber 1.2g), Natrium 70mg(Amount equivalent to salt 0.178g), Vitamin C 200mg, Vitamin B1 4.0mg, Vitamin B6 1.3mg

【Sweetened type】
Energy 16kcal, Protein 0.1g, Lipid 0.1g, Total carbohydrate 4.4g(Sugar 3.4g Dietary fiber 1.0g), Natrium 65mg(Amount equivalent to salt 0.165g), Vitamin C 200mg, Vitamin B1 4.0mg, Vitamin B6 1.3mg

[Directions]
Take 30 ml 2~4 times a day before meals or on an empty stomach

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