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The rapid destruction of forests throughout the world, the depletion of the ozone layer and global warming have propelled scientists to explore the possibilities of harnessing the unique abilities of microalgae in fighting the effects of unchecked pollution and environmental degradation.

Only a few of the more than 30,000 species of microalgae have been studied and those that have are acknowledged to be powerfully beneficial to human beings highly nutritious and immensely rich sources of minerals, vitamins, anti-oxidants and other nutrients essential for a properly functioning and healthy body.

Stressed lifestyles, uncontrolled pollution and diets largely comprised
of heavily processed foods and foods contaminated by pesticides and pollutants leave our bodies vulnerable to disease and accelerated ageing.
The nourishing and healing qualities of microalgae can help everyone to
stay young, active, energetic and healthy.


MICROALGAE