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What is Marine Phytoplankton?

Ian Clark
posted this on September 28, 2011 13:42


What is Marine Phytoplankton?

A species of micoralgea that grows in the ocean. More than 43,000 known in existence with an estimate of over 200,000 in total. Oceans Alive is a single species, selected from careful study to find the best match to the human nutritional profile.

Marine Phytoplankton is a micro food that feeds 95% of the life in the ocean. 

It is an ultimate powerful superfood.


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alan morphy

Do the various forms of marine life which consume marine phytoplankton choose a single species selectively, or feed on multiple species from among the 43,000?

You claim it is a 'superfood'.  Just what makes it a so-called 'superfood'.  What are its metabolic effects on the human body?

May 31, 2013 15:03