Muscle cramping has always been considered a mystery; there is no exact answer as to why we get muscle cramps.  And it seems that some people are more prone to cramping than others.  For whatever reason, some people seem to be “crampers” while others are not.

The crampers have often turned to products like Advil and other pain relieving over-the-counter medicines to treat the pain, but that does nothing to solve the underling issue.

Thanks to a new discovery from Australi, there are now options!  They’ve found a substance that can not only prevent cramps, but is organic and natural.

Welcome to: Dunaliella Salinadunaliella salina

Dunaliella Salina is a soft wall, single cell, edible species of marine microalgae found in the remote coastal waters off north Western Australia.

Research has shown microalgae such as Dunaliella Salina to be the most nutrient-dense food on earth, with minimal digestible structures in contrast to higher plants or animals or microalgae with hard cell walls.

Dunaliella salina is a type of halophile pink micro-algae especially found in sea salt fields. Known for its anti-oxidant activity because of its ability to create large amount of carotenoids, it is used in cosmetics and dietary supplements. Few organisms can survive in such highly saline conditions as salt evaporation ponds. To survive, these organisms have high concentrations of β-carotene to protect against the intense light and high concentrations of glycerol to provide protection against osmotic pressure. This offers an opportunity for commercial biological production of these substances. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunaliella_salina)

Some of you out there might be thinking, Algae? Yeah right!

But in products like Recovery e21 (electrolyte replacement capsules) the substance is powdered down and packaged as a capsule you take orally.

Why Is Dunaliella Salina important?

Research has proven that carotenoids have antioxidant, anticarcinogenic, and immune enhancing properties. Dunaliella Salina microalgae contains the powerful carotenoid family alpha and beta carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin and cryptoxanthin.

This powerhouse combination protects against free radical cell damage responsible for premature aging, cataracts, cardiovascular disease, and other chronic diseases.

So how does Dunaliella salina compare to Spirulina?

Dunaliella salina is arguably the most nutrient dense food source known. On a gram per gram basis, Dunaliella salina can contain more than twice the chlorophyll of Spirulina, 8 times the mineral content and over 6,000 times the antioxidant content.

Why take synthetic supplements?  Turn to a natural, organic source.  Take Recovery e21 filled with Dunaliella Salina.