Data suggests there is critical synergy between Spirulina and vitamin C.
The final BAC product contains over 5,000 known nutrient constituents and is 100% natural – not artificial. BAC’s high protein content averages 50%, with 98-99% net utilization. BAC contains many phytonutrients, nature’s special forces such as lycopene, phycocyanin, chlorophyll, polysaccharides, sulfolipids, and others; Essential Fatty Acids (EFA) – Omega 3, 6 and 9 – and linoleic acid (GLA); thousands of active natural enzymes; powerful antioxidants such as Astaxanthin, which has hundreds of times the antioxidant activity of vitamin E and 40 times that of carrots; the vitamins A, B-complex, B12, C, E, D; all essential amino acids; all known minerals and trace elements like calcium (with 95-98% net assimilation), zinc, sodium, iron, phosphorus, and potassium, etc.
BAC are a perfect example of the saying “the whole is larger than the sum of its parts.” BAC are exponentially more nutritionally efficient than plain alga such as Spirulina or Chlorella, and because of that, have significantly more nourishing, rejuvenating, and healing effects on the body and brain