This Seaweed Tastes Like Bacon.

 It Could Help Clean The Oceans.

Red Seaweed Bacon Loaded with Carrageenan

What Is Carrageenan?

Carrageenan is a polysaccharide that’s derived from red seaweed.

On a molecular level it’s actually very similar to plastic and is popular for that reason.

It bends easily but snaps back into place, which makes it a useful additive to foods, gels, and foams.

Overall Carrageenan is (mostly) harmless, but it has a variety of troublesome side effects that shouldn’t go unnoticed, most notably high correlations to colon cancer, inflammation, and a depressed immune system.

Unless you have indigenous Ancestry?

It effects everyone just as you would expect plastic molecular would however many can also enjoy painful headaches, stomach aches and constant trips to the restroom!

Loaded with Carrageenan a cheap chemical used to save manufactures money and help the store life of their product!