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.