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Algae are among the most valuable food products. According to the World Health Organization man could temporarily survive on algae and extra vitamin C alone.
Spirulina algae are cyanobacteria, which exist exclusively in highly alkaline salt lakes. They consist of 60% proteins, with all amino acids that are essential to humans among them.
The spirulina is the descendant of the cyanobacteria that enabled the first photosynthetic life form on Earth ages ago.
The small 'bio-power plant" was declared the "best food of the future" by the World Food Conference of the United Nations. [more]
Chlorella algae are unicellular green algae, and they are one of the oldest known plants with a nucleated cell.
Although it is a tiny plant, contains a lot of ingredients: In addition to many proteins, in which all essential amino acids are included, it contains unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, trace elements and much chlorophyll. Melvin Calvin studied photosynthesis on Chlorella algae and received the Nobel Prize for his work in 1961. [more]
The AFA algae, known as "the blue-green algae" is a cyanobacterium, called "water bloom". It grows in very clean lakes.
This particular cyanobacterium is characterized primarily by its ability for photosynthesis and the resulting production of oxygen. Their prototype developed about 3.5 billion years ago, making it one of the oldest life forms on Earth. Our pure and natural Klamath AFA Algae grows in southern Oregon in the Upper Klamath Lake. [more]