Nutrients from the Sea
Apr 07, 2011 01:41AM
Marine Phytoplankton are known as the ocean's fundamental food web. Marine phytoplankton consists of an immense variety of single cell plants found in the surface upper zone of the aquatic system. They are microscopic, float and live in the ocean. Phytoplankton have ability to transform inorganic minerals and sea water, natural warmth, and the Earth's sunlight and carbon dioxide into usable vitamins, proteins, amino acids, and carbohydrates, in essence creating food for the global ecosystem. Marine phytoplankton are responsible for creating the majority of our planet's oxygen. Marine phytoplankton nourish the cells completely. Because of photosynthesis our diverse marine biology ocean plants take in both the sea and the sun and produce nutrients. Whales that feed on plankton and krill are known to live up to 200 years.
The micronutrients and electrolytes in plankton are exactly what human cell membranes need to carry out their metabolism. The composition of human plasma is similar to that of seawater. Phytoplankton contains many elements you need for sustaining life: nine essential amino acids: essential fatty acids including Omega 3 & 6; and vitamins A,B,C,D. In addition, macro and trace minerals are contained in phytoplankton all in a balanced natural bioavailable form.
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