Source of dietary fiber
In the composition of Zostera have a substance called pectin
Pectin is an adsorbent. Adsorbent is a kind of “vacuum cleaner” that captures everything from the intestines. In order for the adsorbent to work in the right direction and take away and remove only substances that are not necessary for the intestines, it is important that the food we ate does not interfere. Also, in the “empty” intestine, absorption of Apioses (substances that bind and remove heavy metals and toxins) occurs.
In the composition of Zostera have a unique substance called Apiosis. It binds heavy metals, toxins, and radiation and removes them from the body.