The Nutritional Treasures Inside BAC

Bio-Algae Concentrates are packed with nutrients and phytonutrients that boost health and fight disease. In this section, we will take a closer look at their major nutritional components and see just what these superfoods have to offer.

The four algae found in Bio-Algae Concentrates are so tiny that they are invisible to the naked-eye. They are multi and single-celled water-grown microalgae that contain a nucleus and large amounts of readily available chlorophyll. In total, Bio-Algae Concentrates contain over 5,000 naturally occurring nutrients. In fact, they are certainly the most complete food on earth.

To understand the role of nutrients, it helps to understand a little bit about the chemistry of your body. Living organisms rely on highly complex processes to perform and regulate internal functions that are necessary to maintain life. There are myriads of processes in place to perform all of the following functions:

  • Build the cells that make up your body’s structure
  • Meet the separate needs of different types of cells
  • Permit each of these different cell types to carry out their own specific functions
  • Help maintain cellular structure and performance
  • Alter the type and degree of cellular activity in the face of changing circumstances
  • Communicate and coordinate each cell’s activity with the activity of other cells and organs in the body
  • Adjust cellular behavior, as needed, in ways that will permit a coordinated response of the whole organism to its environment
  • Dispose of waste products
  • Govern the disposal of cells when their job is done

The scientific term we use to describe all this is homeostasis.

Homeostasis can be defined, then, as the ability of a living organism to maintain its structure and function intact, separate from and invulnerable to the forces of its environment.

The maintenance of homeostasis is highly complex, requiring many series of chemical reactions, distinct and yet interrelated. Each step in each reaction requires the presence of specific substances, often in minute amounts. If these materials are not present, or are present in too small a quantity to perform their roles, the reactions that require them cannot proceed correctly.

Vitamins, minerals, and trace elements are among these necessary substances. With the exception of vitamin D, which can be made within the skin, they cannot be made in the body; they must be absorbed to be obtained. Some are produced for us within the gut, by bacteria that live there.

Given perfect health and a well-balanced diet, we do not need a lot of them and we can get what we need from the food we eat. Though, as is most frequently the case, given states of altered metabolism, we need more. And with degenerative conditions and during or following an illness, the body’s natural processes of healing and repair cannot go forward unless we have enough or sometimes more of the nutrients required.

Today there is ample evidence that demonstrates that higher amounts of some of these substances will actually improve our health even when we are not sick, by giving our bodies a richer source of materials to draw from in the face of normal or abnormal stress. This view is no longer controversial, as more and more research supports it.

BAC is an extremely efficient food that delivers nutrients that will greatly augment your body’s capacity to reach homeostasis.