• Ancient blue-green algae with a mono-cellular structure, lacking a hard cellulose wall.


  • Green algae with a hard cellulose wall

Benefits of Spirulina AND Chlorella

  • 65-71% protein, a complete protein ( contains all essential amino acids)
  • Rich in Vitamins B1, B2, B6, E and K
  • Contains chlorophyll, iron, sulfur and other minerals
  • Rich in antioxidants
  • Rich in omega 6 essential fatty acids: gamma-linolenic acid
  • Supports immune system health 

SPIRULINA: exceptionally rich protein source

CHLORELLA: excellent for systemic health

BLUE-GREEN ALGAE (E3): supports neurological function and improves mental clarity.

All seaweeds help the body with heavy metal elimination.

You can freely alternate these superfoods in order to ascertain their potency with your unique biochemistry and biology. NB. If you have a sensitive digestion, chlorella and E3 Live are often easier to digest than spirulina.

Vitamin D3 and K2

According to my research, the only true source of Vitamin D3 is sunshine or as a supplement. Vitamin K2, which activates Vitamin D3 in our bodies as well as facilitates calcium absorption, is produced by healthy intestinal bacteria. Lacto-fermented foods (sauerkraut and miso fermented by B. Subtilis) are good sources of Vitamin K2 and leafy greens contain Vitamin K (needed for blood clotting).