Edible Micro-Algae are Essential for Health
There are three types of single-celled micro-algae (cellular size typically ranging from two to eight microns) that are commonly consumed by humans as food sources (e.g., chlorella, spirulina, and Klamath Lake Algae (“KLA”)). The primitive nature of the cellular organization in these micro-algae contains minimal indigestible structures, allowing practically the entire organism to be nutritionally useful. As a result, these micro-algae are the most nutrient-rich foods on the planet.
50 to 70% highly digestible protein containing all essential amino acids – far more assimilable and produces far less uric acid than any animal protein
A source of the important omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, including GLA, EPA, and DHA. These fats are structural components of all cell membranes and are crucial for proper brain and immune function and cardiovascular health.*
The richest known sources of chlorophyll, which helps to oxygenate our blood. This increases energy production in all our cells, and supports our immune function with oxygen’s antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties.*
Rich in nucleic acids (RNA and DNA), providing the building blocks for repair of our genetic material. This supports the functionality of all our cells.*
Rich in all the B vitamins, important cofactors for many different bodily processes
Contains all the macrominerals such as calcium, zinc, magnesium, potassium, and iron, as well as many trace minerals
Exceptionally rich in beta-carotene, providing both the cis and trans forms of this important nutrient. Also rich in many lesser-known carotenoids such as xanthophyll and zeaxanthin, as well as many other antioxidant compounds.
Contains thousands of important phytonutrients,* both known and unknown
Since algae are the foundational foods at the base of the food chain, we can be assured that these micro-algae contain many of the known and unknown micronutrients required to support health in our bodies, in concentrations unmatched elsewhere in nature. These foods are literally the antidote for us overfed but undernourished modern humans. It is important to note, however, that these micro-algae are foods, not supplements. As such, you can’t expect to consume just a few tablets and expect to feel better. Recommended servings are more in the 5 to 10 grams per day range.
Comment by Sananda MeLCHÎZeDeK:
My experience with 600mm x 8 x 60 days of spirulina is a Miracle.It is the greatest detox and puts everything back together inside out, giving you what amimal aminoacids can not give, with their genes, muted by GMO’s now and with their fear hormones and cadaveric acids and superbacteria, bovine virus and whose else’s, subtly attacking humans, in disguise of medical business-as-usual.
GMOs are a TERMINAL PROBLEM, from the point of view of the Great Farmer Lord of Olives and all the life that ever existed.