History Of Ocean Algae
Among the First Plant Life on Earth & with their Enormous Nutrient Density, the Ocean's Raw Algae did not Attract Much Attention in History until 1890.
The Process by which Green Plants and some other Organisms use Sunlight to Synthesise Nutrients from Carbon Dioxide and Water. Photosynthesis in Plants Generally Involves the Green Pigment Chlorophyll and Generates Oxygen as a By-Product. Despite Algae's Enormous Nutrient Density, Algae is no Overnight Success. Although it was Among the First Plant Life on Earth, Algae didn’t Really Attract Much Attention until 1890. At Eternal Delight we Enjoy adding Ocean to a Glass of Coconut Water, Juice Water or just a Small Amount of Water. If you are used to Concentrated Green Foods then take it with a Small Amount of Water directly Under the Tongue; however for Most People, this is Quite Strong. The more you Spread the Consumption of Ocean throughout the Day, the More Benefits. Best when taken in the Morning on an Empty Stomach. Eternal Delights Organic Ocean is a Combination of Rich Blue Green, Red Brown Ocean Algae, Make for an Uplifting Organic Powder, to Increase Energy, Metabolic Rate, and Regulate Thyroid Activity for Best Health and Wellness.
In 1890 the Dutch Microbiologist Martinus Beijerinck, Began to Study Chlorella Algae and Grew Chlorella in his Lab.
A Few years later, German Scientists Discovered that Algae has an Extremely High Concentration of Edible Protein, a Discovery that later led to Otto Heinrich Warburg Winning the Nobel Prize for his work on Photosynthesis in Chlorella. The German Discovery also Ultimately Proved to be somewhat Lifesaving, when World War I left them without food or livestock and the German Government used Chlorella Algae to feed their Starving Nation. After the War, Algae seemed to be Forgotten as a Food source, and interest in it didn’t Resurface again until World War II, when the Hiroshima Bomb Destroyed Japan’s food supply and the US Government sent Chlorella Algae along with other Food Supplies to Help them Avoid Starvation. The Chlorella was a Desperately Needed Source of Protein, and to Everyone’s Surprise, it also Seemed to Alleviate some of the Effects of Radiation Poisoning. The US Government took note of this, and in the Late 1940’s began Extensive Research on Algae.