Saturday, December 26, 2009

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What is Phytoplankton?

Phyto = "Light" Plankton = "Floating/Suspended"

Phytonutrients highly recommendable for human physiology for promoting proper metabolic functions such as:

marine phytoplankton

  • Immune system enhancement
  • Antioxidant protection from cancers and degenerative diseases
  • Cholesterol reduction alkalizing - balancing pH of body
  • Anti-inflammatory effects on membranes - relieves joint pain,
  • Blood pressure control
  • Cell wall improvement through increased permeability and flexibility
  • Detoxification and cleansing (supports removal of toxins from cells & organs)
  • Supports weight loss
  • Increases energy and vitality
  • Skin care - such as acne, psoriasis, dermatitis
  • Neurological support
  • Liver health - supports a healthy liver
  • Vision - more effective than Lutein
  • Blood sugars - stabilizes blood sugar levels
Phytonutrient are nutrients concentrated in the skins of many vegetables and fruits and are responsible for their color, hue, scent and flavor. They are not vitamins or minerals but are pigments. It is highly beneficial for keeping the body healthy and fit.

David Wolfe is a little extreme but he makes sense sometimes

Phytoplankton are the food utilized by the worlds largest and longest living animals and fish. Blue whales, bowhead whales, baleen whales, gray whales, humpbacks, and right whales all eat plankton. These species live between 80 and 150 years old and maintain great strength and endurance throughout their lives. The largest fish a plankton eating whale shark lives for over 150 years, grows up to 14 meters long, weights up to 15 tons, and is sexually active until it dies.

marine phytoplankton is base of food chain

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JAHsun said...

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