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PLANKTON NUTRIENTS



There is no other natural food or supplement of equal size.

It’s entirely vegetable and is already at the beginning of the food chain since the creation of the earth.

Our Plant Power supplements contain only natural nutrients including basic vitamins, essential fatty acids omega-3 EPA phospholipids |omega-6 | omega-7 | omega-9 | amino acids, minerals / trace minerals, antioxidants, pigments, enzymes and is completely absorbed by the body.

With the introduction of our pure Plant Power Supplements, we consume among others durable fatty acids without damaging our fragile oceans and its inhabitants.


VITAMINS



Our products contain eleven of thirteen vitamins or provides the building blocks for it. Vitamins are nutrients that our body need to function properly. We get these from our daily diet, i.e. what we eat and drink, we need this in relatively small amounts. Just micro- or milligrams.



FATTY ACIDS



Omega-3 fatty acids fall into the category of polyunsaturated fatty acids. They are also called the 'n-3 fatty acids'. Particularly known are alpha-linolenic acid (abbreviated as ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).

ALA originates mainly from vegetable sources, the other fatty acids mainly occur in the EPA / DHA Primary source Plankton and therefore also in fish and shellfish. EPA is a building block for DHA. EPA is converted to DHA as required.



MINERALS | TRACE ELEMENTS



Nutrients like minerals and trace elements, are substances that the body cannot produce. They are among other things necessary for the regulation of enzymes and hormones. The differences between minerals and trace elements are the quantity in which the body needs them. One needs more minerals than of trace elements.



ANTIOXIDANTS



Antioxidants contribute to a healthy balance in our acid-base. They have several important functions in cleaning and support the concentration of oxygen in our body.

Besides all this, it boosts antioxidant metabolism and cell changes and they contribute to the absorption of nutrients. Antioxidants should include vitamins E and C. They also contain trace elements (selenium and zinc, among others) and certain pigments.



AMINO ACIDS



Eight amino acids are essential for humans because the body can not produce them independently, and is therefore dependent on the outside supply.

Plankton contain eighteen of the twenty total amino acids that have been laid in human genetic material, including all essential and amino acids that are meaningful to the immune system. Those who want to be and stay healthy should get enough protein.

An additional benefit of a diet with sufficient protein is that it helps us to keep our weight stable. Proteins ensure that we feel satisfied after eating and also contribute to the maintenance of our muscle tissue.