Food & Phyto Based
Chlorella is a single-celled, fresh water grown green microalgae and superfood with an impressive nutrient-dense profile. Chlorella naturally provides vegan protein, including essential amino acids, bioavailable minerals and vitamins such as iron and vitamin B12, fatty acids, carotenoids, chlorophyll and a unique nucleotide-peptide complex chlorella growth factor (CGF). The cell walls of chlorella are gently cracked through a centrifuge and spray drying process to optimize nutrient availability...Full Details
Organic Greens Powder is a food supplement providing nutrients straight from planet earth. This vegan, soy-free blend of powerhouse grasses and organic fruits, vegetables, fiber, and flax promotes optimal health by supplying a source of chlorophyll not often consumed in the daily diet, and which has been shown in research to bind carcinogens and remove them from the body. Foods that contain high ORAC levels provide free-radical quenching, cleansing, and detoxifying properties.
Superfood Moringa with Naturally Occuring Nutrients†
Moringa has earned the nickname "Superfood" because it is a source of naturally occuring nutrients like essential vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other phytocompounds. Often referred to as the "Miricle Tree", Moringa is also an adaptogen due to its dense nutritional profile, including all 9 essential amino acids.† In addition to these essential nutrients, the naturally occuring phytochemicals in Moringa oleifera promote cellular health while supporting numerous systems in the body for optimal health and wellness†.
The term "blue-green algae" refers to several aquatic and photosynthetic bacterial species of the phylum Cyanobacteria. These algae are prokaryotes that lack the nucleus and other intracellular organelles found in true eukaryotic algae. The most common species of blue-green algae found in supplements are from the Arthrospira genus. These species are collectively referred to as spirulina. Spirulina is considered a superfood for its has high nutritional value and high antioxidant content that can support the body in numerous positive ways.
Lecithin can be found in many foods, including sunflower seeds. It is rich in fats called phospholipids, which are essential to the cells of the body by making up the cell membrane. This cell membrane structure is critical for signal transduction – how cells talk to each other and to other molecules in the body. Phospholipids help maintain proper electrical energy and nutrient transfer across the cell membrane, especially in the brain, making them key factors in learning and memory. They are also lipotropic compounds, meaning they help catalyze the breakdown of fat during metabolism and convert it into other useful products. The lecithin in sunflowers is a rich source of phosphatidyl choline and inositol. Choline...Full Details