I was sent some products from Karen Phytoplankton before I was pregnant. This new marine phytoplankton boast a series of great health benefits. For those curious about what Karen is, the company behind this new ocean picked “superfood” is New Brunswick-based Blugenics Innovations Ltd., which launched in November 2015.
Canada's newest superfood is microscopic, but its health benefits are huge. Phytoplankton – found in the ocean and considered the world's original vegetable – is also known as microalgae, packed with omega fatty acids, vitamins A, C, D and K, beta carotene, dietary fibre, antioxidants, calcium, magnesium, selenium, iron and protein.
The Karen brand of phytoplankton – a first-of-its-kind natural health product – is approved by Health Canada and according to company-led studies and anecdotal reports from those who consume it. Karen claims to be effective in treating everything from digestive issues, inflammation, fibromyalgia and migraines to chronic pain, low energy and skin issues such as psoriasis and eczema.
No doubt Karen Marine Phytoplankton powder smells like the ocean - a concentrated perfume of seaweed and micro algae like Spirulina and Chlorella.
Health Benefits of Marine Phytoplankton
- Antioxidant & Nutrient Rich
- High concentration of SOD (Superoxide Dismutase)
- Essential Minerals
- Liver Support
- Regeneration of Cell Membranes
- Energy Boosting
- Improve Sleep
- Reduces aches and pains
If you are interested in trying this new product out, Karen is available over-the-counter at pharmacies, health food stores, and health and wellness centres across Canada in pure powder and tablet form for $49.99. 30-day trial challenge with a full money back guarantee across Canada.
Results vary from person to person. Before starting any new diet program please check with your doctor or health care provider before beginning. I am not a doctor or registered dietitian. I do not claim to cure any cause, condition or disease. I do not provide medical aid or nutrition for the purpose of health or disease and claim to be a doctor or dietitian.
This post is sponsored. All opinions are my own.