A prominent agricultural scientist named Dr. Murray Maynard wrote a best selling work called "Sea Energy Agriculture." A pioneer scientist when it comes to the development of seaponic farming, Dr. Maynard has been praised for his research on trace elements found in sea solids. When used on farmland, sea solids as Dr. Maynard demonstrated, proved to be beneficial not only to the land but to the overall health of the produce. Read the rest of this entry »
Very interesting video about how we can naturally heal ourselves.
What if Nature provided a power-packed tiny plant smaller than a red blood cell, that was one of the most powerful foods on Earth? Would you be interested? The fact is she does! And it is the beginning of the food chain for all living creatures in the oceans and, indirectly, all land creatures. Marine Phytoplankton is a single-celled organism which supports the largest animal on the planet – the huge blue whale. The unique make-up of marine phytoplankton means it can contribute everything this massive creature needs to thrive, and if we take a closer look at the life-sustaining nutrients it contains it is easy to see that it is clearly a superfood for us as well.
Healthy weight loss. Yes,we’ve all seen the ads on TV or in the magazines. The before and after pictures of all types of people who have lost weight on the latest diet craze. Everything from low fat diets and juice fasts, to herbal remedies and avoidance of carbohydrates promise us great health by losing those unwanted pounds. Contrary to what these fads indicate however, losing weight does not necessarily make you healthy. Rather becoming healthy first will lead you to lose weight, and keep it off for good. The following are some suggestions to becoming healthy so that you can shed those pounds. Read the rest of this entry »
Many Americans are increasingly turning to nutritional supplements such as fish oil to achieve better health. But first we need to ask what is fish oil pills good for and what are the benefits.
One reason why is that the average diet today is lacking in several important building blocks necessary to keep the body healthy. Read the rest of this entry »
Astaxanthin is a carotenoid, and like many other carotenoids, astaxanthin is a colorful fat-soluble pigment that is very high in antioxidants, and it has a very low toxicity when taken by mouth. Carotenoids are a very large family [about 700] of fat-soluble pigments. These carotenoids are responsible for the lovely red and yellows we see in fruits and vegetables, and these pigments are produced by fungi, algae, plants, and some bacteria and phytoplankton. Read the rest of this entry »
Recently I came across this very informative article about what phytoplankton is and why we need to be concerned about marine phytoplankton.
After explaining with a beautiful graphic what plankton are, he says: Read the rest of this entry »
Many may wonder how marine phytoplankton is an ideal food for human consumption when we already have scientifically proven dietary aids. By adding marine phytoplankton to your diet you’ll receive the nutrients needed to achieve “balance” or “homeostasis”. Vitamins and supplements are manufactured in masses and placed on the shelves of convenience stores to assist individuals in obtaining balance in their diet and nutrition levels. Read the rest of this entry »
Marine Phytoplankton, the single-cell plants are the food utilized by the worlds largest and longest living animals and fish. They are the basis of all other life forms on planet earth, the ‘vegetation’ of the ocean. Phytoplankton are responsible for making up to 90% of Earth’s oxygen.
Years ago, I had the privelge of meeting and listening to Dr. Jerry Tennant founder and director of the Tennant Institute of Integrative Medicine. Educated at Harvard University. He has much experience in energetic medicine, treating thousands of terminally ill patients. Of all the products he had come across he had this to say of marine phytoplankton: Read the rest of this entry »