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Marine Phytoplankton Nannochloropsis and  Blue Spirulina Phycocyanin– What You Need to Know or Better said what you WANT to Know

Marine Phytoplankton Nannochloropsis and Blue Spirulina Phycocyanin– What You Need to Know or Better said what you WANT to Know

Do you want to know why Marine Phytoplankton & Blue Spirulina Phycocyanin are so Important?Do want to know the Specifics on how Nanno cleans 70% of the Air we are Breathing in?Read This. Recently there has been a great deal of press regarding the health […]

Fish Oil Supplements Harm the Ocean and They May Not Even Be That Good for You

Fish Oil Supplements Harm the Ocean and They May Not Even Be That Good for You

VICE | By Lauren Rothman | Aug 6 2018, 11:28pm Fish Oil Supplements Harm the Ocean and They May Not Even Be That Good for You The fish oil industry could lead to the collapse of certain species and we can’t even prove omega-3 supplements are […]

Why Marine Phytoplankton is Better than EPA

Why Marine Phytoplankton is Better than EPA

Many people know that Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids are needed for your health. These acids can help reduce inflammation, improve joint health, help with infant and child development, lower the risk of heart disease, and much, much more. If you ask most people how they could get more Omega 3’s in their diet, they would say to take fish oil supplements. While these supplements do contain some Omega 3’s, they’re not the most effective way of getting more of these necessary acids. In fact, they have a few downsides to them that most people don’t know about. Marine phytoplankton, on the other hand, offers much more than fish oil. Here are some of the ways it’s better than fish oil and other EPA products.

What Is EPA?

EPA is short for eicosapentaenoic acid, a type of long-chain Omega 3. It’s found in many different fish and other sea life, including shellfish. The other type of Omega 3 acids are short-chain fatty acids or alpha-linolenic acids (ALA). ALA acids are found in algae, marine phytoplankton, and various other plants.

Cutting Out the Middleman

Fish are high in Omega 3’s, but why is that? Because they eat things that are high in them! Fish eat marine phytoplankton and absorb the Omega 3’s found in them, which then makes the fish high in these fatty acids. By taking marine phytoplankton capsules or adding powdered marine phytoplankton to your meals, you’re essentially cutting out the middleman. You’re absorbing the ALA short-chain fatty acids just like a fish would. Of course, you’d need to eat a lot more marine phytoplankton than a fish would since you’re much larger, but that’s why these supplements are highly concentrated.

The Benefits of Using Marine Phytoplankton Instead of Fish Oils and Other EPA Supplements

Other than ingesting marine phytoplankton directly instead of through fish, why should you take this supplement instead of other EPA-based ones? There are a few reasons why marine phytoplankton is the better option:

  • You’re doing the same thing fish do to build a strong immune system.
  • You don’t have to worry about ingesting mercury, lead, or other heavy metals that are being found more and more in fish.
  • You also don’t have to worry about ingesting any of the synthetic PCB chemicals that are now being found in fish.
  • Marine phytoplankton is often grown in a controlled bioreactor instead of harvested from the oceans. This means that’s cleaner and safer.
  • Ingesting supplements made from using this phytoplankton also means you’re not having any type of impact on the ocean life.
  • You aren’t contributing to the decrease of the fish population or the over-fishing of certain areas.

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What Doctors say about Marine Phytoplankton

What Doctors say about Marine Phytoplankton

What Doctors say about Marine Phytoplankton Dr. Bob Rowe (consultant member of the EPA Science Advisory Board) has been working closely with the anecdotal evidence, and he feels that the nutritional properties of marine phytoplankton appear to work at the cellular level to repair the […]

How much Marine Phytoplankton to Take???

How much Marine Phytoplankton to Take???

Dosage How much marine phytoplankton you take should be based on the results you are looking for from this product. People take the capsules or powder, for different reasons. Some people are already fairly healthy and are just looking for a healthy product to their […]

Talking about algae — What’s the difference between Chlorella, Spirulina and Marine Phytoplankton?

Talking about algae — What’s the difference between Chlorella, Spirulina and Marine Phytoplankton?

What’s the difference between Marine Phytoplankton and other algae?This is a question we get asked a LOT. The internet is flooded with algae supplements. Left and right you hear names like Chlorella, Spirulina and Marine Phytoplankton. 

First: what are algae?

Algae encompass several groups of relatively simple living aquatic organisms that capture light through photosynthesis, which is used to convert inorganic substances into organic matter.

Fresh water algae versus ocean algae

That’s the first major difference between the three. Unlike other fresh water algae like Chlorella or Spirulina (blue green algae), Marine Phytoplankton is an ocean algae that has access to all the mineral rich nutrients of the sea.

Fresh water can simply not provide the same minerals as what ocean water provides by nature. Ocean water is a thousand times more mineral rich then fresh water.

Foundation of the Food Chain

Because of this nutrient dense ocean water, Marine Phytoplankton is also dubbed “Foundation of the Food Chain”. It provides all the essential nutrients to life on this planet and plays a key role in the oceanic food web.

Almost all marine life is dependent on phytoplankton. For example: zooplankton eat phytoplankton; Fish eat the zooplankton; Seals, sharks and birds eat the fish.

Marine Phytoplankton is the origin of all plankton. It contains pigments that are unique and are not found in other plant material. It is these pigments that are so beneficial to human health.

Spirulina

Spirulina is a blue-green algae and is classified as Cyanobacteria. This simple, one-celled form of algae grows in warm freshwater environments, and is distantly related to kelp algae (but is not a sea plant).

It thrives in freshwater ponds and lakes which are notably more alkaline than ordinary lakes. Spirulina cannot sustain any other forms of microorganisms and is much like terrestrial plants, except that it does not have a cellulose cell wall.

Chlorella

This unicellular green algae is found in still freshwater, soil or bar of trees. It has a strong cell wall that prevents its native form from being adequately broken down, and absorbed by the human digestive system. For Chlorella, special processing is required to break its cell wall, so it’s suitable for the human digestive system.

6 Reasons Marine Phytoplankton needs to be in your diet

Earlier this year we looked at 6 reasons (but there are plenty more!) why you should include Marine Phytoplankton in your diet. You can read the article here (Click Here!).

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Marine Phytoplankton Growing Conditions

Marine Phytoplankton Growing Conditions

Marine Phytoplankton Growing Conditions Our Marine Phytoplankton is not grown in the open ocean due to pollution concerns, instead this product is grown under controlled, purified conditions in a photo-bioreactor located in the European Union. We have our own quality system and work with independent […]

Marine Phytoplankton-Medicine of the Future

Marine Phytoplankton-Medicine of the Future

Micro Algae Nannochloropsis (Marine Phytoplankton) “The future of nutrition is found in the ocean.” — Jacques Yves Cousteau The Food and Medicine of the Future Marine phytoplankton makes up one quarter of all vegetation, both land and sea. According to NASA, it provides up to […]