Phytoplankton VEGAN Omega 3, 90 capsules!
Marine algae are unique algae with an unusually rich nutrient profile. In comparison with other algae, such as chlorella and spirulina, the phytoplankton offers a variety of unique features. Apart from an impressive spectrum of nutrients such as amino acids, chlorophyll, vitamins, minerals and trace elements, the phytoplankton is unique because it contains vast amounts of the Omega 3 fatty acid EPA. Every gram of phytoplankton contains approximately 70 mg EPA. This means that 3/4 grams of phytoplankton covers the recommended daily intake of EPA.
Phytoplankton gives us a natural form of Omega 3 and much more.
Most of us have heard about the vitality of consuming proper amounts of Omega 3 fatty acids. What makes phytoplankton such a great source of Omega 3 is its bioavailability. Bioavailability is the body’s ability to absorb and utilize nutrients. Substances in their most natural form are more easily ingested by the body, which means that they have a greater bioavailability. We eat fish because it is often said that fish contains a great amount of Omega 3 but what do fish eat? The Omega 3 in fish comes from phytoplankton and since phytoplankton is at the lowest level in the food chain, it contains the greatest amounts of Omega 3.
Bioreactor technology guarantees a very clean and safe product.
Phytoplankton is an important nutrient source for many marine animals and thanks to the latest photo bioreactor technology, it is now available for human beings. With the new technology, we are now able to omit a step in the food chain and are no longer dependent of fish or fish oil to get Omega 3. This is good news for vegetarians and vegans, and also it produces a product free from contaminations and with a high bioavailability. Of the 40,000+ species of phytoplankton that exist, only a handful are suitable for human consumption. Years of research by microbiologists and dieticians have shown that a specific species differs because of its nutrient profile: Nannochloropsis Gaditana. This is the type that is now cultivated in technologically advanced photo bioreactors. With the help from sun light and photosynthesis, the phytoplanktons can now grow freely without competition from other algae and is then finally harvested and dried.
Sustainable and good for the environment
Thanks to the fact that phytoplankton can replace fish and fish oil in an efficient way as a rich source of Omega 3, we can also help the environment. The great problem of overfishing in the oceans is only increasing and we must make an effort together before it is too late. Phytoplankton is one step towards a more sustainable and healthier Omega 3 supplement that is good for both human and society.
Two to four capsules daily, taken with water before a meal.
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