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From: Luke Sartor (130.102.158.16)
Subject:         Re: Will the fresh & sea algae interfere with 811
Date: July 29, 2014 at 3:44 am PST

In Reply to: Will the fresh & sea algae interfere with 811 posted by jeff priore on July 26, 2014 at 6:43 pm:

Hi Jeff,
What reasons are you using them for?
If it is for nutrition, whole beats dried, fresh beats
processed (which I'm presuming it is if you're
obtaining it dried), and plant beats non-plant (in
which algae is non-plant).
As far as the caloronutrient ratio is concerned, this
can vary tremendously, according to this site:
http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-
supplements/ingredientmono-907-chlorella.aspx?
activeIngredientId=907&activeIngredientName=chlorella
With that in mind, the algae would not be a reliable
source of EFAs or essential amino acids.
You say you take 3 grams? How much protein or fat do
you expect to obtain with just 3 grams? Perhaps the
sheer silliness of this when considered alone was
enough to make a response to your question slow to
come on this board.

Although I don't know where or why you obtained the
algae, you might want to reconsider consuming your
two-year supply. Sounds like it could be better put in
the compost to me, or back into the ocean where it
belongs.

Luke

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