NASA Says Marine Phytoplankton Most Important Plant In the World

NASA Says marine phytoplankton Most important plant
Do you know what marine phytoplankton is? According to NASA and other scientists, marine phytoplankton could be the most important plant in the world as it provides the earth with over 90% of it’s oxygen. That’s more than all the forests in the world put together. Marine phytoplankton is not only an important source of oxygen it is a critical food source for ocean life and apparently, for us too.

Marine Phytoplankton is a superfood

One of the main superfoods getting attention today is marine phytoplankton.  Marine phytoplankton is a micro algae which feeds the entire population of the ocean.  It could be the oldest known food source.  Marine phytoplankton actually makes up a quarter of all vegetation on the planet and is easily reproduced. It is food for everything and may be the very meaning and essence of what food is, according to David Wolfe – superfood and longevity specialist.  Medical doctor Hugo Rodier has this to say about phytoplanktons:

There are very few (foods) that provide all, or even most, of the raw materials to make new cells and sustain the existing ones. The problem is that we need all of them at the same time for things to work. One of those rare products that contains almost everything you need for life (and the rebuilding of cells) is marine phytoplankton. It contains all nine amino acids that the body cannot make. The essential fatty acids are also present (Omega-3 and Omega-6). Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, D and major and trace minerals are all present in phytoplankton.

If you are depending on a cup of coffee to pick you up in the morning, but would like to break the caffeine cycle, you might want to look this direction.  Marine phytoplankton bypasses the mitocondria which produces energy in our body because it contains ATP, AGP, ADP and other essential energy currencies the body needs – so you feel a lift almost immediately upon ingesting – which last throughout the day.  All the essential amino acids and 93 trace minerals needed for life are contained within marine phytoplankton, along with essential fatty acids, proteins, antioxidants, the list goes on and on.  The largest mammal on the planet – the blue whale – has marine phytoplankton as it’s base food source, surviving up to 100 years.

A Changing world

NASA is finding, under melting ice caps in the Arctic ocean, marine phytoplankton multiplying in hoards.  This is changing the way scientists are looking at the global warming conditions and causing new speculation as to what this might mean for migrating animals and birds.  NASA says seeing the marine phytoplankton -one of the most important plants in the world – growing rampantly in the Arctic was like finding the equivalent of the amazon jungle in the Mojave desert.  This could change everything for life on this planet and how it looks.  Having a vigorous food source in the Arctic is likely to cause less migration, for one thing.

Phytoplankton as Medicine

This food is thought to be the future of medicine as “marine phytoplankton contains literally hundreds of potent phytochemicals that work in synergy to protect your body’s tissues, detoxify your blood and remove toxins, enhance oxygenation and circulation and reverse abnormal cell division that can lead to cancer.”

Looking at the nutritional profile of marine phytoplankton along with research, the following ailments could be greatly reduced if not eliminated by it’s ingestion:

• Rheumatoid arthritis
• Type-2 diabetes
• Autoimmune disorders such as lupus
• Eczema and skin disorders
• Breast cancer, prostate cancer and other cancers
• Heart disease and atherosclerosis
• Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
• Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
• Parkinson’s disease and other neuromuscular disorders
• Liver disease and hepatitis
• Depression, mood swings and behavioral disorders
• Eye disease
• Infertility and reproductive system disorders
• Infections and common colds
• Asthma and respiratory disorders
• Kidney and bladder disorders
• Osteoporosis and skeletal disorders
• Chronic pain and joint pain

Cholesterol can be balanced through the ingestion of marine phytoplankton as it contains niacin, gamma linolenic acid and omega-3 fatty acids which all help to reduce high cholesterol.  Blood sugar levels are brought under control due to chromium content (helps to prevent and moderate diabetes), glutamic acids (reduces alcohol and sugar craving)s and phenylalanine (reduces sugar cravings).  These are just a few of the benefits of marine phytoplankton on the body.

(Marine phytoplankton does contain Vitamin K – so if you are on blood thinning medications, check with your health professional before taking.)

Many people are turning to marine phytoplankton to improve their health, rid themselves of dis-ease and increase their energy and capacity for life.  The drug industry is adamant about isolating single elements in order to affect change in the body, hoping that by doing this, other problems will not arise and if they do – they simply add another chemical to the mix.  Marine phytoplankton is a whole food medicine containing hundreds of vital nutrients which work together to alkalize the system, nourish the cells and strengthen the immune system (Alanine, batacarotene, bioflavinoids, and vitamin E are all immune system enhancers found in this superfood).

This is a story of a man who had type 2 diabetes and cancer in his lungs.  After taking marine phytoplankton, the doctors were astonished:

NASA and others say marine phytoplankton is the most important plant in the world due to the oxygen it provides us as well as the amazing nutritional benefits. Some health practitioners believe that if everyone started taking just one teaspoon of marine phytoplankton per day we would start seeing the elimination of degenerative diseases, healing of cancer and the nourishment of the planet. Now I think that’s a research study worth conducting!

(This information is not intended to diagnosis, treat or cure any ailment or dis-ease.  Before ingesting this or any natural health product, check with your intuition and your health care provider to find the plan that’s right for you.)

Written by: Stasia Bliss

Sources: Sunfood; NASA and phytoplankton; Longevity Warehouse; Natural News; NASA News; Video Marine Phytoplankton; Squidoo

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