BioSuperfood Nutrients

The following list, though detailed, remains partial and estimated. It is based on the available nutritional values for those “plain” micro-algae at the time of writing. “Plain” in this text means standard or common. One can easily grow a plain, nutrient-poor, small, yellowish tomato in the desert of Colorado or one can grow a “super,” nutrient-rich, large, juicy, red tomato in a protected and rich soil. The same goes for algae, except that due to the density of algae, the difference can be gigantic.

The algae in BAC are not “plain”. They are grown in a rich “soil” or “base” with an extraordinary offering of trace elements and other required nutrients. The difference between a Hawaiian volcanic region, an Australian volcanic region and a Siberian volcanic peninsula is worlds apart when it comes to their content of trace elements – the stuff that life is made of.

As mentioned previously, I will not attempt to list all the nutrients in BAC and their exact amount or quantity, for this task is impossible as we now know that there are more than 15,000 nutrients/phytonutrients in those micro-algae, and the list would change with each batch. With natural foods, even with the best of growing, harvesting and blending technology, one can never achieve a standard delivery of nutrients and certainly not on the microscopic level. But that’s the way nature is, and that’s the way our bodies are too; not one of us has the same biochemical make-up or needs.

The values listed are quantitative by weight, units or in proportion to the overall weight. They are not in proportion or in relation to the RDAs. Some values listed as “n/a” are either not available, not applicable, not present, or not researched by the author. In some cases, I have listed the average of a range rather than the range.

Ingredients*Spirulina platensisSpirulina pacificaDunaliella salinaHaematococcus pluvialis
     
General Composition    
Proteins65%54%41%24%
Glucides18%19%9%38%
Fats5%6%7%14%
     
Amino Acids    
Essential Aminos    
Isoleucine350 mgn/an/an/a
Leucine540 mgn/an/an/a
Lysine290 mgn/an/an/a
Methionine140 mgn/an/an/a
Phenylalaninen/an/an/an/a
Threoninen/an/an/an/a
Tryptophanen/an/an/an/a
Valinen/an/an/an/a
Non-Essential    
Alanine470 mgn/an/an/a
Arginine430 mgn/an/an/a
Aspartic Acid610 mgn/an/an/a
Cystine60 mgn/an/an/a
Glutamic Acid910 mgn/an/an/a
Glycinen/an/an/an/a
Histidinen/an/an/an/a
Prolinen/an/an/an/a
Serinen/an/an/an/a
Tyrosinen/an/an/an/a
     
Vitamins and Enzymes    
Vitamin A (from Carotene)22,000 IU43,000 IUn/an/a
Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)0.31 mg0.34 mgn/a0.048 mg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)0.35 mg0.33 mgn/a0.17 mg
Vitamin B3 (Niacin)1.46 mg2.07 mgn/a0,66 mg
Vitamin B60,066 mg0,042 mgn/a0,036 mg
Vitamin B12 (Human active)32 mcg22 mcgn/a0.012 mg
Vitamin C0 mg0.48 mg11 mg0.86 mg
Vitamin E (d-a tocopherol)1 mg150 mcgn/a186 IU/lb
Inositol1.74 mg1.74 mgn/an/a
Biotin0.97 mcg0.97 mcgn/an/a
Folic Acid1.6 mcg1.6 mcgn/an/a
Pantothenic Acid13.8 mcg13.8 mcgn/an/a
Superoxide dismutase – (S.O.D.)+2450 u2450 u1000 u1000 u
Antioxidant enzyme activity    
     
Fatty Acids    
Omega 6 Family    
Gamma Linolenic (GLA)135 mg100 mgn/a0.21
Essential Linoleic27 mgn/an/an/a
Dihomogamma Linolenic1.59 mgn/an/an/a
Omega 3 Family    
Alpha Linolenic0.0435 mgn/an/an/a
Docosahexaenoic (DHA)0.0435 mgn/an/an/a
Monoenoic and Other Family    
Palmitoleic5.77 mgn/an/an/a
Oleic10.38 mgn/an/an/a
Erucic0.072n/an/an/a
Myristoleic0.6 mgn/an/an/a
Palmitic60 mgn/an/an/a
Stearic2.33 mgn/an/an/a
Arachidonic0.285 mgn/an/an/a
Behenic0.18 mgn/an/an/a
Inositoln/a10 mgn/an/a
Glyceroln/an/a34%n/a
Nucleicn/an/a3.5%n/a
Tocoferoln/an/a2.3 mgn/a
     
Carotenoids / Phytonutrients    
Alpha-carotenen/an/a8%14%
Beta-carotene 9-cis1.6 mgn/an/an/a
Beta-carotene 13-cis0.51 mgn/an/an/a
Beta-carotene 15-cis0.12 mgn/an/an/a
Beta-carotene all-trans7.8 mgn/an/an/a
Myxoxanthophyll9 mg9 mgn/an/a
Zeaxanthin8 mg8 mgn/an/a
Cryptoxanthin1 mg1 mgn/an/a
Echinenone1 mg1 mgn/an/a
Other Xanthophylls3 mg3 mgn/an/a
Luteinn/an/an/an/a
Licopenen/an/an/an/a
Quercitinn/an/an/an/a
Zeaxanthin0.95 mgn/an/an/a
Chlorophyll115 mg79 mgn/an/a
Phycocyanin-crude1.5 mg1.11 mgn/an/a
C-Phycocyanin130 mg125 mgn/an/a
Glycolipids200 mg200 mgn/an/a
Sulfolipids10 mg10 mgn/an/a
Polysaccharides460 mg460 mgn/an/a
     
Minerals    
Calcium80 mg42 mgn/a1.58%
Magnesium35 mg48 mgn/a1.14%
Boron30 mcg27 mcgn/an/a
Copper3 mcg33 mcgn/an/a
Molybdenum3 mcg9.7 mcgn/an/a
Potassium140 mg200 mgn/an/a
Iron13 mg10.5 mgn/a0.73%
Sodium60 mg95 mgn/an/a
Phosphore93,5 mg102 mgn/an/a
Manganese0.49 mg0.25 mgn/an/a
Zinc0.27 mg0.12 mgn/an/a

*Estimated per 10 grams from base “plain” algae value

Looking at the nutrients that BAC provides, a well-informed nutritionist can only stare in awe: these are ALL of the nutrients needed by every human body, in near-perfect ratios! It is almost as if Mother Nature herself reached down from the heavens and said, “Here is the perfect food for all human beings…” and gave us micro-algae. They are that impressive.

The only thing that is not impressive about these superfoods is their publicity. Owing to the fact that pharmaceutical companies cannot profit from them, the true healing benefits of these superfoods are virtually unknown by Western medical professionals. As you will see in the sections that follow, this is an extremely unfortunate situation as the use of BAC in patients can not only prevent millions of cases of serious disease each year, it can actually help the body to reverse conditions like cancer. It can even be used as an adjunct “complementary” therapy to help those who choose the Western medicine route and allow themselves to be subjected to chemotherapy, for example.

Information kindly given by Roland Thomas, NMD. www.themagicisbac.com