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Chlorella or Spirulina are two of the nutrient-enriched superfoods that are popular these days. Many people get benefits from taking these whole supplements. These are produced in meeting the needs of people. They are known for their vital nutrients like proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, fiber and polyunsaturated fatty acid. They offer many benefits to people, especially to diabetic and cancer ...Read More »
*What is synthetic vitamin? Chemical Vitamins are synthesized from labs and it is an isomeric form of natural substance, i.e. its structurally the same but is not compatible with other natural ingredient. For example, when we eat green vegetables or fruits such as grapefruit, its rich source of vitamins and flavonoid work in sync to enhance a better utilization, whereas ...Read More »
A certified organic product doesn’t necessary mean that a product is cleaner, or of the highest quality. The organic status is actually a method of producing or cultivating the product. A certified organic product consists of the following characteristics during production. No synthetic fertilizers No chemicals, herbicides, and pesticides used during the organic Chlorella production Natural fertilizers and mediums produced ...Read More »
Did You Know That ‘Natural’ Foods can still contain GMOs? The Main Difference Between ORGANIC and NATURAL.
Have you ever wondered what “natural” and “organic” mean on labels? If so, you’re not alone. Food labels today are filled with a number of ingredients that are barely pronounceable, let alone common enough to know what they actually are. The good news is that with more and more people looking for healthier options to choose from at supermarkets, there ...Read More »