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Single-celled organisms that have been on the earth for billions of years
• Microalgae that contain chlorophyll and require sunlight in order to live and grow
• Can be found in both fresh and salt water

• Phytoplankton consume carbon dioxide and release oxygen
• Phytoplankton are the most fundamental nutrient on the planet
• In a balanced eco system, phytoplankton are the primary food for many sea creatures
• The majority of the world’s oxygen comes from phytoplankton

PHYTOPLANKTON & NUTRITION • Our bodies need micronutrients and trace elements to be healthy and perform optimally • Phytoplankton is a viable source of vitamins and minerals • Even the composition of human plasma is similar to that of sea water containing phytoplankton

• Phytoplankton contain a large array of vitamins, amino acids, minerals and other nutrients
• It is also rich in riboflavin, a powerful antioxidant that fights free radicals
• Hundreds of carotenoids and potent phytochemicals found in phytoplankton work together to protect your body
• It is rich in DHA and EPA, essential fatty acids that help to produce nearly every nutrient your body requires

Source: Kay RA. Microalgae as food and supplement. Crit Rev Food Sci
Nutr. 1991;30(6):555-73. Review

Phytoplankton have all the benefits of a whole food nutrient!
Because phytoplankton are microscopic, they go right through the digestive system and help
support and nourish the body.

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