NATURE’S MOST COMPLETE FOOD
Micro algae long have been known to be remarkable sources of nutrition, and the four species in BioSuperfood are among the most nutrient- and phytonutrient-dense algae found on Earth. Beginning in the early 1970s, Michael Kiriac of Moldova, convinced that nutrition (not medicine) was the source of all health, devoted well over a decade to researching thousands of individual species of micro algae. The result was BioSuperfood: a concentrated blend of four precisely proportioned micro algae that in itself is a complete, balanced, synergistic, and extremely bioavailable whole food. Exponentially more nutritious than a mere multi-vitamin, isolated dietary supplement, protein shake, or energy bar, BioSuperfood possesses astounding nourishing, healing, and rejuvenating properties.
Why no nutrient breakdown?
We’re frequently asked if we provide a breakdown of how many international units (IUs) or what percentage of the recommended dietary allowance (RDA) of a particular nutrient is contained in BioSuperfood. The primary reason we do not is because BioSuperfood is not a laboratory-produced blend of individual, isolated nutrients; it’s a biologically alive, synergistic blend of algae — i.e. plants, whole foods — that the body absorbs and uses much differently than isolated supplements. And like all natural foods, even using the best growing, harvesting, and blending technology, one can never achieve a standard delivery of nutrients, and certainly not at the microscopic level. Said another way, asking exactly how much astaxanthin is in BioSuperfood would be like trying to determine exactly how much vitamin C is in a given orange or how much beta carotene exists in a particular carrot. When you add BioSuperfood to your diet, you’re consuming food, not just supplementing a symptom!
It took more than a decade of research by Dr. Kiriac to discover and ultimately refine the completeness, balance, and synergy of the four micro algae in BioSuperfood, and the amounts of many of the nutrients are actually quite small and would appear to be “too small” to someone comparing them with IUs or RDAs. For example, BioSuperfood contains several mixed carotenoids (antioxidants) in natural, tiny amounts (much, much less than in isolated supplements) that are safe and balanced for maximum synergistic effect in the body. In contrast, most lab-manufactured antioxidant supplements are separated and isolated and are, therefore, nowhere near as effectively absorbed and used by the body. This is why whole foods and blended whole foods such as BioSuperfood are a much better and safer form of nutrition: because the nutrients exist the same way they exist in nature.