“The future of nutrition is found in the ocean.” – Jacques Cousteau
For billions of years marine phytoplankton has directly and indirectly supported virtually all living creatures on planet Earth, making marine phytoplankton the basis of all life and the most important food on the planet. Marine phytoplankton is so nutritiously dense that the majestic blue whale which can weigh up to 200 tons and is the largest animal on the planet exclusively feeds on marine phytoplankton and select species of krill.
With more than forty thousand species of marine phytoplankton and micro algae, marine phytoplankton make up one quarter of all vegetation, both land and sea, and according to NASA provide up to 90% of the oxygen in the air that we breathe.
Marine phytoplankton is widely produced in photobioreactors under a complete controlled environment that produce higher biomass concentrations, eliminate or significantly reduce contaminants, control of biological and chemical specifications, provide more uniform temperatures and produce higher algal cell densities.
Marine phytoplankton contains every nutrient needed for the creation and maintenance of new cells. It contains all nine amino acids that your body cannot make, the essential fatty acids omega 3 and 6, Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, D and major trace minerals.
Rich source of minerals, antioxidants and polyssacharides.
A complete protein source with 60% protein.
Marine phytoplankton is 100% bioavailable to the human body, so when you eat it no single part is wasted.
A rich source of nucleotides and polyssacharides makes marine phytoplankton an energy source without stimulation.
Improved immune system: antiviral, antifungal and anti-bacterial.
Safely improves and accelerates the process of detoxification without demineralization.
Great for weight loss (reduces cravings), endurance, normalizing blood sugars, improves concentration and memory. Nervous system repair, better sex, eyesight, digestion and circulation.Reference: Superfoods The Food and Medicine of the Future by David Wolfe