Bones are the framework of our body: they support the weight of our body, they contribute to movement and they protect internal organs. The bone structure is built up during childhood and teenage years. At 20 years old, 90 to 95% of bone structure is built, reaching its maximum level at 30. The bone structure remains stable during 10 years and starts decreasing from the age of 40.
Factors such as genetic heritage, menopause or unhealthy lifestyle will accelerate this event. That’s why it is important to take care of our bone structure during all our life: to develop it, to maintain it and finally to compensate its inevitable decline.
Algae appeared billion years ago. They are categorized in three families: green algae (chlorophyceae), red algae (rhodophyceae) and brown algae (phaeophyceae).
They adapted through time to the extreme conditions they live in: variation of temperature and luminosity, tides, waves.
By adapting to these extreme conditions, algae have developed unique compounds, not found in terrestrial plants that make up most of their benefits:
- Being rootless, marine algae draw the minerals and trace elements required for their development from the sea: thus, they become a real seatwater concentrate.
- Resulting from billion years of evolution, algae have been used for millennia all over the world as food, herbal medicine or in cosmetics, demonstrating their universal and timeless benefits.
- Our ancestors already understood all the benefits of marine algae by using this superfood in their daily diet.