Sun-kissed plants from the sea
Algae are plants that live in water. They live on sunlight and form the basis of the marine food chain. They naturally produce many essential nutrients that are vital for Life on Earth.
The source of all marine omega-3 EPA & DHA is algae, not fish, krill or other sea animals. Fish get their omegas from eating algae. Omega-3s are not another superfood; they are essential to human wellbeing. They are some of the most important building blocks in our bodies. Without them, you simply cannot be the optimal you.
Natural astaxanthin is a carotenoid derived from Haematococcus pluvialis algae. This coveted, powerful antioxidant is credited with giving flamingos and salmon their pink colour, and also aids in both performance and recovery for active people.
One of the best-known superfoods, chlorella, is in fact a freshwater microalga, Chlorella vulgaris. Packed with a multitude of vitamins, nutrients and phytonutrients, chlorella can supercharge any smoothie or snack in an instant.
Dunaliella salina, "the saffran of the sea", is a marine alga with nutritional superpowers: dunaliella naturally produces beta-carotene (Vitamin A) making it and ideal friend for eyes and skin.
A superfood hall-of-famer known since ancient times, spirulina's "real" algae name is Arthrospira platensis: a nutrient-packed alga that's full of protein, vitamins, antiocidants and all essential amino-acids.