The Truth About Marine Phytoplankton In ForeverGreen FGXpress Prodigy-5, SolarStrips and PowerStrips

Here is a GREAT video about the Marine Phytoplankton which is what the ForeverGreen FGXpress SolarStrips are and is one of the key ingredients on the PowerStrips.

Marine Phytoplankton will also be the foundation / primary ingredient in the new Prodigy-5 product coming out at the Paris event in October 2016.
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Raw Food Revolution – SolarStrips with Becky Maes MD
FG Xpress has a new and exciting technology that delivers Marine Phytoplankton – SolarStrips! One FGXpress SolarStrip Contains 37.5 mg of Pure Concentrated Marine phytoplankton.

Marine Phytoplankton is one of the most rare ingredients on the planet because it contains, in a concentrated form, almost everything you need for life or the rebuilding of a healthy life.” − Jerry Tennant, MD, head of the Tennant Institute of Integrative Medicine in Dallas

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Marine Phytoplankton Nutritional Facts

  • Contains most of the world’s oxygen. Over 90% of the oxygen is found in plankton.
  • Contains higher amounts of omega-3 fatty acids than fish.
  • Over 200 types of chlorophyll rich plankton nutrients
  • Over 200 sea vegetables
  • 400 times the energy of any known plant
  • Contains nearly every trace element of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, co-enzymes, enzymes, and antioxidants needed for survival.
  • Marine phytoplankton is pH alkaline that can help balance a person’s pH level.


Marine Phytoplankton Health Benefits 

There are many health benefits that can be obtained from using this superfood from the sea. Imagine the benefit of over 200 identifiable species of sea veggies in one “serving.”

  • Promotes Healthy Skin: There are large amounts of bioflavinoids that can remove toxins from skin cells. Marine phytoplankton also contains riboflavin that reduces free radical attacks in skin cells.
  • Supports Cardiovascular Health: The high level of antioxidants, amino acids, and high levels of omega-3 fatty acids are known to support a healthier cardiovascular system.
    • Helps to Reduce High Cholesterol: High cholesterol is a problem millions of Americans deal with. Niacin, gamma linolenic acid and omega-3 fatty acids help to reduce high cholesterol.
    • Boosts the Immune System: Alanine, batacarotene, bioflavinoids, and vitamin E are all immune system enhancers found in this superfood.
    • Increase Energy: Marine phytoplankton detoxifies the body, and eliminates toxins from the cells. This will improve your energy and mood levels.
    • Stabilizes Blood Sugar Levels: Marine phytoplankton is really good for stabilizing blood sugar levels. Chromium helps to prevent and moderate against diabetes. Glutamic acids help to reduce alcohol and sugar cravings. Phenylalanine is a known sugar craving reducer.
    • Increases Vision: Betacarotene is a cornea protector, and improves vision function.
    • Helps with Joint Health: It will help a lot with joint mobility, and reducing pain and stiffness. Manganese helps to assist in joint mobility. Omega-6 fatty acids can relieve symptoms of arthritis. Pathohenic acid can reduce morning pain caused by arthritis.
    • Liver Support: The arginine is found in this superfood and is known to help detoxify the liver. It will go right through the liver, and into the blood stream
    • Improves Brain Function: The high amount of omega-3 fatty acids improve brain function. The nucleic acids can enhance the memory. Phenylalanine improves mental clarity. Proline increases learning ability. Magnesium helps reduce mood swings.


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What exactly are phytoplankton?

by David HerringPhytoplankton are microscopic plants that live in the ocean. There are many species of phytoplankton, each of which has a characteristic shape. Collectively, phytoplankton grow abundantly in oceans around the world and are the foundation of the marine food chain. Small fish, and some species of whales, eat them as food. Larger fish then eat the smaller fish. Humans catch and eat many of these larger fish. Since phytoplankton depend upon certain conditions for growth, they are a good indicator of change in their environment. For these reasons, and because they also exert a global-scale influence on climate, phytoplankton are of primary interest to oceanographers and Earth scientists around the world.

Phyto means Light and Plankton means Floating/Suspended.

Scientists at NASA theorize that some 3 1/2 billion years ago, the world was changed forever. The appearance of tiny organisms with the ability to convert sunlight, warmth, water and minerals into protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and amino acids marked the beginning of life. Phytoplankton, the single-cell plants are the basis of all other life forms on planet earth, they are the ‘vegetation’ of the ocean. Phytoplankton are responsible for making up to 90% of Earth’s oxygen. Phytoplankton are the food utilized by some of the world’s largest and longest living animals and fish. Blue Whales, humpbacks, baleen whales and more all eat plankton and live between 80-150 years while maintaining great strength and endurance and are sexually active until they die.

Plankton have an alkaline pH, which is important, given the acidity of our diets high in refined sugars, soda pop, and farmed large animals. The high density of nutrients found in algae is extremely important for many reasons. Perhaps the most important (as noted above) is that these nutrients maintain human cell membranes in structure and function. This is vital for cell detoxification, and for the overall metabolism of human cells. In fact, the causes of diseases have been simplified to very specific mechanisms, all of which center on cell membrane function and structure. Inflammation, Oxidation, Toxicity, and Mitochondrial dysfunction keep cell membranes from doing their job effectively. Algae contain high levels of antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory micronutrients to fuel metabolism and detoxification. Also, they stoke the fires of the Mitochondria, where cells make energy required to carry out their function. Of course, photosynthesis is the mechanism whereby plants in general and algae in particular, harness life-sustaining solar energy.