contains the complete spectrum of vitamin
Not only does Klamath algae supply nearly 100% of the required daily dosage of vitamin A in just 3 gr., but it is also an excellent source of B-vitamins, essential for the health of the cardio-circulatory and nervous systems; it also guarantees 100% of the RDA for vitamin B12, in just 3 grams!
Moreover, Klamath RW®max supplies more than 100% of the RDA for vitamin K, essential not only for proper blood
Klamath RW®Max is rich in numerous anti-oxidant pigments and also has a high content of pro-vitamin A carotenes.
VITAMINS content for 3 grams of Klamath RW®Max
Vitamins A (from carotenes) 0,9 mg
750 mcg 50%*
Pantothenic acid (B5)
Folic Acid (B9)
Cobalamin (B12) 3-4 mcg*
Vitamin C 6 mcg
Vitamin E 840 mcg
Vitamin K 100 mcg
Klamath RW®Max is rich in numerous anti-oxidant pigments and also has a high content of pro-vitamin A carotenes. Among the 15 carotenoids it contains, there are also high quantities of the very important xanthophylls (see table). For example, the amount of lutein contained in 3 grams of RW®max can alone produce significant beneficial effects upon eyesight; an effect that becomes even more relevant as it works in synergy with significant quantities of zeaxanthin and other xanthophylls (lycopene,
Klamath RW®Max also contains a very notable quantity of
This is why many people taking Klamath algae claim they are better able to absorb sunlight, getting deeper and longer lasting tans.
Over 60 minerals and trace elements essential to our
As can be seen from the table, Klamath RW®Max supplies RDA-relevant quantities of 5 essential minerals:iron, up to 85%, and there is no need to point out just how important iron is for everyone, from children to the elderly; fluorine, essential for the health of our bones and teeth, and of which Klamath RW®max supplies more than 100% of its RDA; vanadium, which has been revealed to be essential for the metabolism of insulin, and is therefore important as a nutritional factor in the fight against that metabolic syndrome which is at the root of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, etc.; it is a very rare mineral, and Klamath RW®Max supplies 90% of its RDA, to which the algae adds a further small but useful amount of chromium, which has similar insulin-mimetic properties;molybdenum, a mineral which helps with the assimilation of iron, which cooperates with vanadium and chromium in the metabolism of sugars and fats, and is important for the health of our liver; and finally iodine, of which Klamath RW®Max provides about 33% of the RDA, a useful amount, which nevertheless is below the limits that may cause problems for those suffering from hyperthyroidism.
Antioxidant Carotenes content for 3 gr of Klamath RW®Max
It also shouldn’t be underestimated the importance of the algae’s broad spectrum of trace elements: although there is as yet no RDA for such trace minerals, they nevertheless carry out functions that are often essential for our life and health. For example, arsenic, known in its inorganic form as a powerful poison, is such an extremely important mineral in its organic form (of which Klamath RW®Max is rich) that a significant shortage of arsenic in the body has been linked to cardiovascular problems, disturbances in the central nervous system, and even cancer, also due to its role in the essential processes of methylation.
content for 3 gr of Klamath RW®Max
30-45 mg 3-5%
Phosphorus 48 mg 6%
Iron 5-12 mg 35-85%
Magnesium 9 mg 3%
120 mg 0,8%
Iodine 54 mg 36%
24 mg 2%
Fluorine 2,5 mg 100%
Selenium 3 mg 5%
Manganese 90 mg 9%
Chromium 3 mg 6%
14 mg 30%
9 mg 90%
Boron 33 mg
Klamath is the only food containing all twenty
Essential fatty acids
Klamath is an excellent source of Omega-3. Although Spirulina, Chlorella, wheatgrass, etc. contain Omega-6, the amount of Omega-3 they contain is practically zero. About 2.5% of Klamath algae is, on the other hand, composed of Omega-3. This is very important as Omega-3 are the fats most lacking in our diets, and those we need the most in order to rebalance our health.
Recent studies have demonstrated that the Klamath alga is very rich in specific molecules, such as AFA-phycocyanins, phenylethylamine, algal