Algae

 

There are thousands of different types of algae found on Earth but only 55 species are fit for human consumption.  Chlorella Pyrenoidosa and Chlorella Vulgaris strains are well known to humans, as are various strains of SpirulinaCryptomonadales, the latest strain to be discovered, is a blue green algae scientifically known as Chlorella Sorokiniana belonging to the Chorella Vulgaris family with all the elements of both Chlorella and Spirulina combined, plus it has even more significant therapeutic elements.  Cryptomonadales is very important to humans as it naturally contains ALL of the essential nutritional elements needed for improved health status, and it is only algae strain to have all three isoforms of PPARs Alpha, Delta and Gamma (Peroxisome Proliferator Activator Receptors.)