Stimulate your immune system and build the blood with Super Algae, a blend of three nutrient-rich algaes: Klamath Lake blue-green algae, spirulina and chlorella.
Quick energy from potent mixed algae. Each of the four "green drink" algae species supplies an intense but unique mix of nutrients such as protein, carbohydrates, carotenoids, amino acids and trace minerals.
- Stimulates the immune system.
- Is rich in essential minerals.
How It Works:
Super Algae combines all of the benefits of the three most popular algae supplements. Algae is a super-food, rich in easily assimilable nutrients. Spirulina contains two-and-a-half times more vitamin B12 than liver, is the best botanical source of protein available, and contains several antioxidant-rich carotenoids. Chlorella is a freshwater green algae noted for its chlorophyll content. Klamath Lake in Oregon is a pristine source of Klamath Lake blue-green algae. Super Algae maximizes the content of each algae species for a balanced, nutritional formula that also stimulates the immune system.
Spirulina, Klamath Lake blue-green algae and Chlorella vulgaris.
Take 2–4 capsules with a meal three times daily.
Quick energy from potent mixed algae
Each of the four "green drink" algae species supplies an intense but unique
mix of nutrients such as protein, carbohydrates, carotenoids, amino acids,
and trace minerals. NSP has designed this mix to be even better than any
one source alone.
Algae is a rich source of plant protein and contains all 22 amino acids.
It is one of the most concentrated food sources on earth. It is one of the
few vegetable sources of vitamin B12.
According to the Journal of applied Phycology (I993) pp. 235-241, "...studies
have shown significant therapeutic effects of spirulina at very low concentrations
in the diet suggesting that the effects may be due to factors other than
mere nutritional ones." [HerbalGram] Algae is being studied as an aid to
lower cholesterol and triglycerides, enhance immune response, protect weak
kidneys and reduce body weight.
Jack Ritchason suggests care if extreme Candida problems.
Spirulina (from Hawaii), Klamath Lake blue-green algae (from Oregon), Chlorella
(from Japan) and red marine algae (from California).