Natur Green mix

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BACKGROUND: Chlo­rel­la, bar­ley grass, morin­ga and spi­ru­li­na – all have their deep green colour in com­mon. Respon­si­ble for this is the chlo­ro­phyll, the “green blood” of the plants. Its che­mi­cal struc­tu­re is almost iden­ti­cal to the human blood pig­ment haemo­glo­bin. Sci­en­tists have agreed for some time that the­re is the­re­fo­re no bet­ter nut­ri­ent for our bloo­d­stream than chlo­ro­phyll. In com­bi­na­ti­on with orga­nic mine­rals, green blood ensu­res that human blood remains clean, rich in mine­rals and vital. In gene­ral, the chlo­ro­phyll con­tent of a nut­ri­ent is the­re­fo­re con­si­de­red the green indi­ca­tor of health bene­fits.

NATURAL INGREDIENCE: The chlo­rel­la alga is a micro­scopi­cal­ly small but high­ly com­plex uni­cel­lu­lar orga­nism that pos­ses­ses power­ful for­ces. For more than two mil­li­on years, this robust mari­ne orga­nism has defied all adver­si­ties in natu­re or chan­ges in living con­di­ti­ons to ensu­re its sur­vi­val. No plant con­tains more chlo­ro­phyll, i.e. valu­able plant blood, than this micro­al­gae. In addi­ti­on to an abundance of vital sub­s­tan­ces, chlo­rel­la is known abo­ve all for its uni­que nut­ri­ent con­cen­tra­tes, which con­tain valu­able secon­da­ry plant sub­s­tan­ces and thus sup­port the body in many dif­fe­rent ways. Bar­ley grass makes the head­lines with its uni­que balan­ce of vital sub­s­tan­ces. No other grass con­tains more mine­rals, trace ele­ments, vit­amins, bio­fla­vo­no­ids or enzy­mes. At the same time, bar­ley grass is par­ti­cu­lar­ly alka­li­ne and hel­ps to har­mo­ni­se the acid-base balan­ce in the orga­nism, which in most peop­le is out of balan­ce due to an acid-forming diet. Extract from the Morin­ga or hor­se­ra­dish tree is very popu­lar becau­se of its high nut­ri­ent den­si­ty.

While many foods con­tain only iso­la­ted traces of the anti­oxi­dant and growth hor­mo­ne zea­tin, Morin­ga extract has many times the usu­al levels of zea­tin. It is also excep­tio­nal­ly rich in pro­te­ins, anti­oxi­d­ants, vit­amins and mine­rals. The cal­ci­um con­tent in Morin­ga extract is 17 times hig­her than in milk, the beta-caro­te­ne con­tent is 4 times hig­her than in car­rots, the pot­as­si­um con­tent is 15 times hig­her than in bana­nas, the iron con­tent is 17 times hig­her than in milk, the cal­ci­um con­tent is 17 times hig­her than in milk, the beta-caro­te­ne con­tent is 4 times hig­her than in car­rots, the pot­as­si­um con­tent is 15 times hig­her than in bana­nas, the iron con­tent is 10 times hig­her than in car­rots, the iron con­tent is 10 times hig­her than in car­rots, the cal­ci­um con­tent is 15 times hig­her than in bana­nas, the iron con­tent is 10 times hig­her than in car­rots.

25 times hig­her than in spi­n­ach and the vit­amin C con­tent 7 times hig­her than in oran­ges. The blue-green spi­ru­li­na algae is par­ti­cu­lar­ly rich in iron, cal­ci­um, vit­amin A and C as well as other important vital sub­s­tan­ces in addi­ti­on to a high chlo­ro­phyll con­tent. In the ent­i­re plant king­dom it has the hig­hest con­tent of alpha-lin­ole­nic acid, which plays an important role in omega‑3 fat­ty acids.