April 19, 2014
You've probably never heard of it.
It's at the very bottom of the food chain.
Yet it feeds over 99% of all ocean life and supports 100% of all life on the face of the planet.
If this unique superfood ceased to exist, life on Earth would rapidly die off.
According to NASA research, it is responsible for producing up to 90% of the Earth's oxygen… (compare this to a mature tree which only creates enough oxygen for two human beings)…
Its main “job” is to turn inorganic raw material (like seawater, minerals, sunlight and CO2) into over 100's of living edible, organic nutrients…(This includes vitamins, bioavailable minerals, all amino acids, essential fatty acids, carotenoids and more)…
-What is marine phytoplankton?
-What type of nutrients are in phytoplankton?
-Aren’t the oceans polluted, and how can you eat phytoplankton without getting this pollution?
-What about bioavailability issues with phytoplankton?
-Are there different species of phytoplankton, and some type that is best?
-How is this stuff harvested?
-And much more.
During the interview, Ian mentions a discount on the Ocean's Alive Marine Phytoplankton. Just click here and use code “BEN” for a 15% discount. Enjoy, and leave your questions, comments and feedback below!