For its large protein and mineral values – The Spirulina Pacifica microalgae belongs to the blue-green algae family. Invisible to the naked eye, it is one of the most nutritious unicellular food on earth that grows naturally in oceans and salty lakes in subtropical climates. Its protein content, with all essential and most non-essential amino acids makes up about 65% of its dry weight – much greater than that of beef. Spirulina Pacifica is a rich source of vitamins A, B, C, D3, E, K, of thousands of enzymes, of over 60 minerals and trace elements, and a large portion of chlorophyll. Spirulina Pacifica is a rare source of Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA) – an essential fatty acid necessary for tissue growth and regeneration. Due to its fully digestible soft lipid polysaccharide cell wall membrane, all its nutrients are fully assimilated, absorbed and utilized by the cells of our body.
For its complimentary protein and mineral values – The Spirulina Platensis microalgae, also of the blue-green family, closely resemble its cousin Pacifica. It grows from alkaline brackish and saline waters in tropical and subtropical regions and, like the Pacifica, its high protein content includes all essential and most non-essential amino acids. Platensis is a rich source of vitamins A, B, E, D3, K, and of thousands of enzymes, dozens of minerals and trace elements and is rich in chlorophyll. Like Pacifica, Platensis is another best source of essential fatty acids including Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA), nutrients that are necessary for tissue regeneration and growth, and its nutrients are fully assimilated, absorbed and utilized by the cells of our body. When blended together, Platensis and Pacifica offer the entire family of amino acids and more minerals/ trace elements, vitamins, fatty acids and enzymes than any other food on earth.
For its extraordinary natural level of vitamin C, and its rich mix of carotenoids – Dunaliella Salina, is a single cell, salt-water microalgae that under appropriate growth conditions can accumulate large amounts of beta-carotene. Dunaliella contains other carotenoids such as alpha carotene and xanthophylls like zeaxanthin, cryptoxanthin and lutein, and for this reason is nicknamed “the queen of carotenoids”. It also accumulates very high concentrations of glycerol. High concentrations of beta-carotene and glycerol in Dunaliella Salina offer protection from the saline conditions and osmotic pressure of the environment where it grows while it delivers similar protection support to the consumer. The natural mixed carotenoids found in Dunaliella Salina are nature’s most efficient cellular energy and antioxidation agents.
For its high astaxanthin content – The astaxanthin in our formulas occurs with Haematococcus Pluvialis, the world’s greatest source of astaxanthin. Astaxanthin is a natural carotenoid pigment nicknamed “the king of carotenoids” because of its extraordinary antioxidation support efficiency. Scientific literature shows that astaxanthin surpasses by far the supportive antioxidant benefits of vitamin C and vitamin E. When occurring with other carotenoids in the blend, astaxanthin significantly improves cellular energy, oxygenation, antioxidation, and preventive inflammatory response. Additionally, scientific research has proven that several carotenoids in the blend like lutein and astaxanthin span and cross cellular membranes including those of the blood-retinal barrier, the blood-brain barrier and the central nervous system, allowing for greater nutritional and energy support for these harder to reach cells – this more efficiently than any other antioxidant or food on earth.
These algae were selected amongst thousands for their unique properties, quality, and compatibility. They are hydroponically grown to their highest potential of completeness, balance and synergy.
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