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PanaSea Marine Phytoplankton!

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PanaSea Marine Phytoplankton!

PanaSea Marine Phytoplankton with a unique blend of antioxidants!

PanaSea Marine Phytoplankton combines our oceans best marine phytoplankton and freshwater algae with powerful plant, berries, herbs and spices!

Read more in detail about our unique base of high-quality ingredients.

PanaSea is a marine phytoplankton ‘SUPERfood’ embracing all that is essential and great from Mother Nature.

PanaSea™ is a blend of high quality Marine Phytoplankton, Chlorella and Spirulina and added to it is an array of ultra high performing ingredients, which make PanaSea™ a unique nutrient rich antioxidant drink.

Blended with:

Acaí Berry, Aloe Vera, Astaxanthin, Black pepper, Blueberry, Chamomile, Cinnamon, Coconut water, Frankincense, Ginger root, Goji berry, Green tea, Olive Leaf Extract, Rose hips, Turmeric, Wheatgrass, White Grape

PanaSea Marine Phytoplankton

PanaSea Marine Phytoplankton

Our Australian Marine Phytoplankton – is an edible soft wall nutrient-dense marine microalgae renowned as being one of nature’s richest sources of dietary mixed carotenoids and contains a large array of important daily nutrients known to support good health and vitality. It is a unique micro organism that lives in coastal waters, brine rock pools and salt water lakes. On a gram for gram basis, it is arguably the most concentrated, nutrient rich food source on earth. Read more about our marine phytoplankton

Phytoplankton can be absorbed on a cellular level, so the body doesn’t have to rely on the digestive system or liver for processing. This not only helps the body obtain necessary nutrients when liver function is impaired, but can help restore liver health without taxing the body’s detoxification pathways.

People taking marine phytoplankton have shown higher levels of CD3 in their blood. The amount of CD3 in the bloodstream is indicative of the presence of T cells or T-lymphocytes, which are essential for human immunity. T cells help eliminate viruses and bacteria from the body so if phytoplankton increases T cell levels, then there is a direct positive effect on the immune system, see the report here.