Klamath Blue Green Algae - Powder 80 grams Klamath Blue Green Algae - Powder 80 grams

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KLAMATH BLUE GREEN ALGAE

Aphanizomenon Flos Aquae is harvested directly from the Upper Klamath Lake in Klamath Falls,
Oregon in the summertime, when the algae is in full bloom (generally from June to November).

Klamath Blue Green Algae is the most nutrient dense food on the planet, containing glyco-proteins, vitamins,  minerals, simple carbohydrates, lipids and biologically active enzymes. Due to the algae's nutritious soft cell wall, these nutrients are readily available to the body. As the body uses only a small amount of energy to convert this superfood into fuel, consuming Klamath Blue Green Algae is a fast, efficient and energizing way to improve any diet. The discovery of the incredible food value concentrated in AFA, Aphanizomenon Flos Aquae, an ancient blue-green microalgae, has popularized this nutrient dense whole food that contains more protein, B12 and chlorophyll than any other food source.

Klamath Blue Green Algae has such a complete nutritional profile, available in forms that are directly accessible and easily superior to any other algae on the market and has become the focus of much attention in the health food industry.

The algae is harvested by a barge which scoops the algae from the lake. The algae then proceeds to the onboard collection tank where a process of filtration and dewatering occurs. The algae then goes to an insulated refrigerated stir tank that cools the algae to 35 degrees Fahrenheit. The algae is then put into a stainless steel refrigerated chill tank until it's transferred into a food grade tank and is transported to shore. The algae is then put through
micro-filtration and purification processes and is immediately flash frozen and stored in the frozen state until the product is needed and released to be freeze dried and made into products.

The algae is freeze-dried; temperature is maintained below 100 degrees, preserving vital enzymes and nutrients in their natural state.

The serving size for the powder on the label is 1/4 tsp (1gram)

the serving size for the tablets on the label is 2 tablets

Q: What is the suggested dosage for taking the algae?
A.
The suggested adult dosage is 1/4 tsp (1 gram) for the powder or 2 tablets for the tablet/Vcap form of Klamath Blue Green Algae.

Q: Can I take too much algae?
A:
The algae is considered a whole food. Due to the dense nutrient content of Klamath Blue Green Algae, occasionally someone may experience over-stimulation or slight gastric upset. If this occurs, dosage should be reduced to one capsule until the body adjusts to the algae. After becoming familiar with the algae and its effects, you may want to increase or decrease the dosage.

Q: When is the best time to take the algae?
A:
The suggested time is first thing in the morning on an empty stomach, even before coffee. You may split them up and take half in the morning and half in the afternoon. It is not recommended to take the algae at night unless you want to stay up for some reason (students, those who work at night, etc.)

Suggested Dosage: The suggested adult dosage is 1/4 tsp (1 gram) for the powder or 2 tablets for the tablet/Vcap form of Klamath Blue Green Algae.  The best time to take the algae is first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. Some people prefer to split the dose; half in the morning, half in the afternoon. It is not recommended to take the algae at night unless you plan to stay up. Used in the suggested amounts, side effects do not typically occur. Due to the nutrient dense content of the algae, occasionally someone may experience over-stimulation. As the algae also works as a detoxifier.

It is important to remember that the algae is considered a whole food, so you can eat it with other vitamins, medications or herbs. As always, if you are pregnant, nursing or have any questions or concerns,  it is best to consult with your health care provider.

Q: What are the side effects, if any?
A:
Used in the suggested dosage amounts, side effects do not typically occur. However, some gastric upset may initially appear, due to the fact that the algae works as a detoxification product. Some may experience minimal diarrhea, nausea, or stomach aches. If this occurs, dosage should be reduced by one capsule. On the other hand, if someone feels they aren't receiving the full benefits, they may want to increase the dosage by one capsule.

Q: How much of the algae will my body absorb?
A:
Klamath Blue Green contains up to 70% protein, more than any other whole food, in the shape and form that the body needs to use it. No change is required- over 98% of the nutrients can be used directly by the body in the same form, the same organic compounds the algae provides

Why is Klamath Blue Green Algae the best?

  • Selectively harvested on Upper Klamath Lake
  • Certified Organic
  • Low temperature freeze drying
  • Homogeneous batch testing
  • Quality tested

Spirulina, Chlorella, and Klamath Blue Green Algae:
What is the Difference?

Many people ask us about the difference between Klamath Blue Green Algae (Aphanizomenon Flos Aquae or AFA), spirulina and chlorella. AFA and spirulina are blue green algaes while chlorella is a green algae, which means it has an indigestible cellulose wall. This wall must be mechanically broken in order for the body to be able to digest it. This is a very expensive process and is reflected in the cost of the product.

Spirulina and chlorella are cultivated in man-made ponds whereas AFA is wildcrafted from Upper Klamath Lake where it grows in a pristine, mineral rich environment that cannot be duplicated synthetically. The difference in energy one receives from these whole foods is similar to the difference between cultivated produce and foraged wild vegetables and fruits. In general, one needs to take only a third as much AFA per day.

Spirulina and Chlorella are usually heat processed for commercial distribution. The cell walls of Spirulina are carmelized during spray drying, making it difficult for enzymes to penetrate the algae cells during digestion. This results in low assimilation of proteins and other nutritional components. Spray drying can also kill enzymes, losing heat sensitive components and decreasing beta-carotene due to the high temperatures that may be involved.

 

What are the Benefits of Blue Green Algae?

A whole food, Klamath Blue Green Algae is rich in Beta-Carotene, B-12, Chlorophyll, Essential and Non-Essential Amino Acids and all the Trace Minerals that your body needs for cell regeneration. It also has the nutritional balance to assist the immune system
and enhance better brain and emotional functions.

 

Benefits:
Physical Well Being
Mental Clarity
Overcoming Allergies
Foundation Food

Food for the Brain:
Amino Acids
Nucleic Acid Content
Chlorophyll and B-12
Vitamins Content
Mineral Content
Carbohydrates
Lipids
Fatty Acids

 

KLAMATH BLUE GREEN ALGAE

Aphanizomenon Flos Aquae is harvested directly from the Upper Klamath Lake in Klamath Falls,
Oregon in the summertime, when the algae is in full bloom (generally from June to November).

Klamath Blue Green Algae is the most nutrient dense food on the planet, containing glyco-proteins, vitamins,  minerals, simple carbohydrates, lipids and biologically active enzymes. Due to the algae's nutritious soft cell wall, these nutrients are readily available to the body. As the body uses only a small amount of energy to convert this superfood into fuel, consuming Klamath Blue Green Algae is a fast, efficient and energizing way to improve any diet. The discovery of the incredible food value concentrated in AFA, Aphanizomenon Flos Aquae, an ancient blue-green microalgae, has popularized this nutrient dense whole food that contains more protein, B12 and chlorophyll than any other food source.

Klamath Blue Green Algae has such a complete nutritional profile, available in forms that are directly accessible and easily superior to any other algae on the market and has become the focus of much attention in the health food industry.

The algae is harvested by a barge which scoops the algae from the lake. The algae then proceeds to the onboard collection tank where a process of filtration and dewatering occurs. The algae then goes to an insulated refrigerated stir tank that cools the algae to 35 degrees Fahrenheit. The algae is then put into a stainless steel refrigerated chill tank until it's transferred into a food grade tank and is transported to shore. The algae is then put through
micro-filtration and purification processes and is immediately flash frozen and stored in the frozen state until the product is needed and released to be freeze dried and made into products.

The algae is freeze-dried; temperature is maintained below 100 degrees, preserving vital enzymes and nutrients in their natural state.

The serving size for the powder on the label is 1/4 tsp (1gram)

the serving size for the tablets on the label is 2 tablets

Q: What is the suggested dosage for taking the algae?
A.
The suggested adult dosage is 1/4 tsp (1 gram) for the powder or 2 tablets for the tablet/Vcap form of Klamath Blue Green Algae.

Q: Can I take too much algae?
A:
The algae is considered a whole food. Due to the dense nutrient content of Klamath Blue Green Algae, occasionally someone may experience over-stimulation or slight gastric upset. If this occurs, dosage should be reduced to one capsule until the body adjusts to the algae. After becoming familiar with the algae and its effects, you may want to increase or decrease the dosage.

Q: When is the best time to take the algae?
A:
The suggested time is first thing in the morning on an empty stomach, even before coffee. You may split them up and take half in the morning and half in the afternoon. It is not recommended to take the algae at night unless you want to stay up for some reason (students, those who work at night, etc.)

Suggested Dosage: The suggested adult dosage is 1/4 tsp (1 gram) for the powder or 2 tablets for the tablet/Vcap form of Klamath Blue Green Algae.  The best time to take the algae is first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. Some people prefer to split the dose; half in the morning, half in the afternoon. It is not recommended to take the algae at night unless you plan to stay up. Used in the suggested amounts, side effects do not typically occur. Due to the nutrient dense content of the algae, occasionally someone may experience over-stimulation. As the algae also works as a detoxifier.

It is important to remember that the algae is considered a whole food, so you can eat it with other vitamins, medications or herbs. As always, if you are pregnant, nursing or have any questions or concerns,  it is best to consult with your health care provider.

Q: What are the side effects, if any?
A:
Used in the suggested dosage amounts, side effects do not typically occur. However, some gastric upset may initially appear, due to the fact that the algae works as a detoxification product. Some may experience minimal diarrhea, nausea, or stomach aches. If this occurs, dosage should be reduced by one capsule. On the other hand, if someone feels they aren't receiving the full benefits, they may want to increase the dosage by one capsule.

Q: How much of the algae will my body absorb?
A:
Klamath Blue Green contains up to 70% protein, more than any other whole food, in the shape and form that the body needs to use it. No change is required- over 98% of the nutrients can be used directly by the body in the same form, the same organic compounds the algae provides

Why is Klamath Blue Green Algae the best?

  • Selectively harvested on Upper Klamath Lake
  • Certified Organic
  • Low temperature freeze drying
  • Homogeneous batch testing
  • Quality tested

Spirulina, Chlorella, and Klamath Blue Green Algae:
What is the Difference?

Many people ask us about the difference between Klamath Blue Green Algae (Aphanizomenon Flos Aquae or AFA), spirulina and chlorella. AFA and spirulina are blue green algaes while chlorella is a green algae, which means it has an indigestible cellulose wall. This wall must be mechanically broken in order for the body to be able to digest it. This is a very expensive process and is reflected in the cost of the product.

Spirulina and chlorella are cultivated in man-made ponds whereas AFA is wildcrafted from Upper Klamath Lake where it grows in a pristine, mineral rich environment that cannot be duplicated synthetically. The difference in energy one receives from these whole foods is similar to the difference between cultivated produce and foraged wild vegetables and fruits. In general, one needs to take only a third as much AFA per day.

Spirulina and Chlorella are usually heat processed for commercial distribution. The cell walls of Spirulina are carmelized during spray drying, making it difficult for enzymes to penetrate the algae cells during digestion. This results in low assimilation of proteins and other nutritional components. Spray drying can also kill enzymes, losing heat sensitive components and decreasing beta-carotene due to the high temperatures that may be involved.

 

What are the Benefits of Blue Green Algae?

A whole food, Klamath Blue Green Algae is rich in Beta-Carotene, B-12, Chlorophyll, Essential and Non-Essential Amino Acids and all the Trace Minerals that your body needs for cell regeneration. It also has the nutritional balance to assist the immune system
and enhance better brain and emotional functions.

 

Benefits:
Physical Well Being
Mental Clarity
Overcoming Allergies
Foundation Food

Food for the Brain:
Amino Acids
Nucleic Acid Content
Chlorophyll and B-12
Vitamins Content
Mineral Content
Carbohydrates
Lipids
Fatty Acids

 

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