Consumer demand for organic has grown by double-digits nearly every year since the 1990s. Most impressively, organic sales have increased from $3.6 billion in 1997 to $43.3 billion in 2015. The outlook remains strong for organic products in the marketplace.
Average household penetration nationwide, according to SPINS, is about 75%. Millennial—a large and diverse generation—are driving growth for organic, particularly in urban population centers. Growing consumer interest centers from the desire for transparency in the supply chain and to know where food comes from. More research findings are also helping underscore the environmental, health, and economic benefits of organic practices and products.
Bio2go™ Health recognizes our role of environmental stewardship to fulfill our responsibilities to farmers, workers, customers and the planet, supporting and encouraging sustainable practices at all stages of the supply chain. By law all certified organic ingredients are automatically non-GMO. We work closely with our approved manufacturing partners to verify traceability and ensure that sustainable growing and harvesting practices are followed.
Chlorella has so many tremendous potential benefits. Taking chlorella is one step that reduces the toxic burden in the body safely.
In this blog, I will explore the nutritional aspects, proven health benefits, and reasons to consider eating or supplementing chlorella.
On November 11, 2014, scientists found a virus called chlorella virus ATCV-1. This virus can affect the cognitive abilities of healthy people.
We took a closer look at the research paper and found that the chlorella virus will only infect certain species of chlorella.
The question you should be asking is, "what species of chlorella can help you avoid the virus?"
Most prescription medications have a long list of adverse side effects. It can also lead to dependency problems for some patients.
If you are looking to reduce your medication intake, using the right natural supplements have proven to be a great natural alternative route for people living with Fibromyalgia.