Do You Question The Source of Your Spirulina & Chlorella?

Wednesday, 17 May 2017  |  Admin

Since our launch of the Superl!fe brand in October 2011, we have constantly been searching for better, cleaner ingredients. 

 

All plant based foods will absorb the heavy metals and pesticides from the environment in which they are grown.

 

The ingredients we use in our Superl!fe blends are all independently tested for both heavy metals and pesticides.

 

Unfortunately, we have found that even in the Organic foods that come from China, there is a very high level of pesticides and heavy metals, especially lead, mercury and arsenic, which are known neurotoxins.

 

Superl!fe’s ingredients are sourced from South America and Europe. They are more expensive but we guarantee to have the highest quality.

Where Do Our Seaweeds Come From?

In our Ms/Mr Green Mix:

Superl!fe’s Certified Organic Spirulina & Chlorella are from Taiwan, grown in mountain spring water.

In our Salad Toppings:

Superl!fe’s Wild Seaweeds are from Ireland, County Clare.

 

All Our Seaweeds:

Are from clean water sources from environmentally protected mountain mineral water or from the Atlantic Ocean

Have no preservatives

Have no fillers

Have no contamination

Are 100% Natural

 

 

What is Spirulina?

Spirulina is a highly nutritious, all natural, blue-green algae and a rich source of Vitamins, Minerals, Chlorophyll, Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA) and Protein.


Our Certified Organic Spirulina has highly digestible Protein and an exceptional Amino Acid profile, containing all Essential Amino Acids.

 

What is Chlorella?

Chlorella is a fresh water, green, single-celled microalgae,

containing more than 20 Vitamins and Minerals including B Complex, Beta-Carotene, Vitamins C & E, Iron and Calcium, and it is rich in Protein.

It contains the highest source of Chlorophyll known, which is a liver detoxifier, a bowel cleanser and a catalyst for the absorption of other elements, including Iron.


Its nutrients are contained in the cell wall that is composed of cellulose. The common Chlorella without special treatment is hard to digest and for the body to use. In the traditional process, its digestibility rate is only at 40% to 50%.

 

Our Chlorella goes through a special low-pressure flash expansion process to break down the cell walls.

 

 

 

 
 
 
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