Seaweed photo by Tom Corser - CC licenseThe extract of an edible red seaweed was found to be 27 percent more effective than standard chemo in shrinking breast tumors in rats while showing much less toxicity to liver and kidneys, and even boosting the rats’ antioxidant levels in both blood and tissues.

The seaweed used in this remarkable study was an edible, tropical red seaweed that grows naturally in equatorial areas and is commonly found around Southeast Asia.

The benefits were delivered without the toxic side effects that hamper recovery during chemotherapy.

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