About Simon Ranger

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Simon Ranger Founder of Seagreens®, has a passion for business and human culture. In 1983 formed the award-winning brand consultancy International Partnership® which distinguished itself for Export Achievement with offices in London, Boston and Stockholm. He began Seagreens in 1997, an Anglo-Scandinavian venture producing wild seaweed ingredients for human and animal nutrition, healthcare and the food industry - now a harvesting consortium in Norway, Scotland, Iceland and Ireland. Through 'brand partnerships' with its manufacturing customers, Seagreens® ingredients are to be found in countries worldwide, getting seaweed nutrition to millions of people. Seagreens award-winning research since 2008 has produced papers in 4 international scientific journals. An American partnership with International Nutrition near Washington DC began in 2010 - Caroline Jackson ask@nutrivene.com. Set up the Seaweed Health Foundation in 2011 for research, standards and education. Contributed know-how to introduce a new international production standard to certify Nutritious Food Seaweed with the Biodynamic Association in 2016. Alongside these activities, in 1990 Simon set up Probono, an international organisation to balance business and human development in and between corporate cultures. The values we demonstrate in our daily transactions, he believes, can change the world more surely and permanently for the good than any ideology. Simon lives in West Sussex, England where he is creating a woodland estate with horticulture, a Japanese garden, natural bee-keeping, and silence at its heart. Simon can be contacted at post@seagreens.co.uk Website www.seagreens.co.uk

Articles by Simon Ranger

  1. The Re-Balancing Potential of Seaweed

    Listed in nutrition

    The author, founder of Seagreens, begins by pointing out that in the modern world we are not getting the nutrients we need. He goes on to describe the qualities of wrack seaweed, th...

  2. Seaweed in Colon Health and Nutrition

    Listed in colon health

    Seaweeds, or 'kelps' as the wild brown algae are sometimes called, are known to assist the acid-alkaline balance,[1] have a prebiotic effect on the gut flora,[2] help protect the gu...

  3. Seaweed in Weight Regulation and Nutrition

    Listed in weight loss

    2012 saw the publication of some independent, ground-breaking peer-reviewed research conducted by the Centre for Food Innovation at Sheffield Hallam University. It was the first tim...

  4. Seaweed in the Daily Diet and Nutrition

    Listed in nutrition

    Seaweed, or macro-algae as it is known scientifically, includes over 10,000 species of the fastest growing plants on ‘earth’.

  5. Dietary Seaweed in Preventive Health

    Listed in nutraceuticals

    An important, 18 page scientific review was published in the international peer-reviewed journal Phycologia in November, 2015.[1] The authors, two Canadians and a Danish scientist, ...

  6. Beneficial use of Seaweed in Special Diets

    Listed in nutraceuticals

    In a conventional diet of mainly land-grown and manufactured foods, careful choice and variety is required to provide all the daily nutrients the body needs to maintain homeostasis ...

  7. Why is Seaweed and Salt Better than Salt Alone?

    Listed in nutraceuticals

    Salt is about 60% chloride and 40% sodium. Depending on the source, there is at most a few percent variation, with unprocessed sea salt, or ‘rock’ salt mined from land which was onc...

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