Fucoidan Health Benefits

What Are The Fucoidan Health Benefits?

Limu Moui is a power-packed sea vegetable that has been eaten for thousands of years in Tonga, Japan, and other coastal areas.

Because the nutritional value is so great, these remarkable plants were used to regenerate and increase health and well-being.  In many cases, science is supporting some of the traditional uses of limu moui.


Research shows that limu moui contains significant concentrations of the active component, fucoidan. Fucoidan is a complex polysaccharide (sugar) and is the subject of over 900 scientific studies listed in the National Library of Medicine’s PubMed database.

These and other studies reveal the amazing regenerative properties of fucoidan that affect nearly every system of the body. Fucoidan research is capturing worldwide attention. Articles on fucoidan’s miraculous benefits are appearing in many authoritative medical journals.  If you click pubmed.gov, and enter “Fucoidan”, you will find numerous studies demonstrating the powerful health benefits of this natural supplement.

ABC News did a Special Report on this and you can see it here:

Research shows that fucoidan’s therapeutic properties include immune system enhancement, relief of digestive/intestinal disorders, allergy control, improvement of liver functions, powerful anti-oxidant action, cholesterol and blood pressure regulation, blood sugar stabilization and the promotion of healthy skin and hair.

Most impressive of the benefits are it’s reported effects on cancer.

It is the fucoidan content in brown seaweed that has been proven to cause certain types of rapidly growing cancer cells to self-destruct, according to the Biomedical Research Laboratories of Takara Shuzo and the Research Institute for Glycotechnology Advancement.

This phenomenon of cancer cell “self-destruction” is known as apoptosis, which is caused by a mechanism that is programmed into the nature of the cells themselves. When the apoptosis mechanism is triggered within a cell, the cell’s DNA or genetic blueprint is rendered useless, and therefore destroyed.

So This Sounds Like Something I Want To Take, What Is The Best Option?

There are several things you should consider when looking for a fucoidan supplement:

1. The source.  In today’s toxic and radiated environment you want to be sure the source is radiation free.

2. The processing.  How is the fucoidan extracted?  Does it contain all 3 types – U, F & G?  Is it bio-available & sulphated?

3. The concentration.  For any supplement to be effective it must be formulated in a therapeutic dose.

4.  The cost.  Some supplements sourced from Japan (which raised concern due to radiation) cost were: capsules at $300 a month and the liquid at $800…for one person!

Sisel FuCoyDon Checks All These Boxes

Sisel FuCoyDon Contains U, F & G Fucoidan

SISEL has registered around 20 patent pending processes some of which enzymatically cut the repeating fucoidan polysaccharide into smaller, individual molecules, maintaining the highly effective F, U and G individual molecules.   Simultaneously adding sulfate groups to the molecule makes the fucoidan more bio-available & responsive within the body.

This patent pending process allows SISEL to concentrate their FuCoyDon supplement without containing toxicity.  Just 1/2 to 1 ounce a day is enough to provide all these amazing health benefits at special pricing for preferred customers.


If you want more information on this product you can CONTACT ME or to order directly (ask about preferred customer pricing) click below.


To A Healthier You,

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  1. Allan Millar says

    I am looking for an affordable but proven source of supply for fucoidan as there are three members of my family that have different types of cancer. Two are in Thailand and one is in UK. Can you please e-mail me details of your products and the prices.
    Thank you

  2. Marjorie macdonald says

    Yes, I would like to try FuCoyDon. Can you give me a price, and does it have a favorable taste. My husband just finished radiation about 2 weeks ago. IS it safe for him to take and how much dosage daily

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