The Health Benefits of Klamath Blue Green Algae

Klamath blue-green algae is located in Upper Klamath Lake in Klamath Falls, Oregon. It is harvested during the summer months when the blue-green algae is at full bloom. This strain of algae is called Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (AFA) and is now considered the new super food, with more protein and chlorophyll than any food source known.

Klamath blue-green algae is a whole food rich in Vitamin B-12, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Chlorophyll, Beta-Carotene. It also contains Essential and Non-essential amino acids, protein, and trace minerals the body requires to promote cell growth and cell regeneration. It is also instrumental in assisting the immune system as well as enhancing brain function and balancing emotions. Beta carotene is essential for sight and for fighting the aging process and high levels of protein are ideal for use in weight loss.

In a clinical study led by Dr Scogilo, concentrated extract of Klamath blue-green algae was given to 20 women with menopausal symptoms for a period of two months. Dr Scoglio found that the use of the algae significantly improved the symptoms associated with menopause. Improvement showed a range of 30% to 40% improvement with depression, self-esteem, anxiety, and in the women's general overall health. Klamath blue-green algae has also been shown to increase energy and relieve symptoms of chronic fatigue, arthritis, PMS, and reduce mood swings.

Many Doctors are now recommending the use of algae in the treatment of alzheimer's and other nervous system functions. In Germany, doctors are using algae to treat children with ADHD instead of the traditional Ritalin. Klamath blue-green algae is considered a far superior algae than other brands. It is produced and harvested in Upper Klamath Lake and is certified organic. They use low temperature drying methods to ensure the preservation of nutrients and minerals, and have on site quality testing. It is definitely a great product that is provided by nature.

Source by Lisa Roduner

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