One of the most healthful foods is spread in a fine film over most of the surface of the earth, invisible to the naked eye. Everything humans need to live in good health already exists naturally on the earth. Ancient humans, Aztecs, Mayans, tribal Africans, the largest mammals (whales) and other intuitively intelligent animals have long been aware of this natural life-giving food source.

Algae, powerful superfood
  • It is a complete protein food, containing large amounts of beta-carotene (vitamin A), all the B vitamins, vitamin C and E and many minerals in high enough amounts to be considered supplementary amounts.
  • The protein yield is greater than soybeans, corn or beef.
  • It contains GLA, a very important essential fatty acid and a precursor to the body’s master hormones.
  • It is effective in eliminating heavy metals, such as lead, mercury, copper and cadmium.
  • It is an easily produced alga with the ability to grow in both ocean and inland waters and in extreme environments that are useless for conventional agriculture.
  • It can be cultivated on small-scale community farms, doubling its biomass every two to five days
  • It grows in such a variety of climates and growing conditions that it could significantly improve the nutrition for local populations currently on the brink of starvation.
  • Research has shown that Spirulina alone could double the protein (complete protein) available to humanity on a fraction of the world’s land. Acre for acre, Spirulina yields 20 times more protein than soybeans and 400 times more protein than beef.
  • Improve digestion
  • Detoxify the body
  • Enhance growth and tissue repair
  • Accelerate healing
  • Protect against radiation
  • Help prevent degenerative disease
  • Promote longer life
  • Strengthen the liver — the body’s major detoxifying organ
  • Have a beneficial effect on arthritis and hypertension.

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