Formula KKS algae


Klamath, Kombu and Spirulina Algae food supplement with Alfalfa (Medicago sativa)



Minerals—which algae are rich of—are an essential part of 'enzymes', or proteins which act as a vehicle for the synthesis of any type of molecule. Zinc, for example, is an essential part of more than 200 enzymes. And if an individual does not age well, zinc is lost every day. Our studies confirm that the alteration of our biological clock leads to a progressive loss and alteration of the endo- and extra-cellular concentration of several minerals. This loss and imbalance is due to hormonal desynchronization which leads to huge changes in the cell membrane, the element that ‘filters’, accumulates, loses or retains minerals: if this membrane suffers changes, the cell is no longer able to eliminate or retain essential minerals, such as potassium, calcium, sodium and zinc. Therefore, without a balanced preservation of essential minerals, the cell ‘goes berserk’, ages and dies.

How can you maintain the electrolytic balance of minerals inside and outside the cell? And how can you provide the body with the minerals needed to make thousands of enzymes work?


A good help lies in this original KKS Algae Formula 



The KKS Algae Formula is specifically formulated to contain appropriate percentages of Klamath, Kombu and Spirulina algae,  as well as alfalfa to supply the body with balanced doses of precious minerals.

Supplementation with the Algae KKS Formula is indicated to favor endocrine stimulation, thyroid function, oxidative processes and increased basal metabolism. Thanks to the rich content of organic iodine in its algae, it stimulates enzymatic activity and thyroid function (including the synthesis of thyroid hormones T3 and T4). And since the thyroid controls metabolism, it actively increases basal metabolism.

One very important aspect of the KKS Algae Formula is its chelating action on heavy metals present in the body, since the algae it contains are capable of capturing, binding and eliminating extremely toxic elements, such as mercury, lead and cadmium, in the form of aggregates.



is a unicellular microalgae of green-blue color (due to the presence of phycocyanin) that grows in alkaline waters. Called "food of the future,” it contains a large amount of nutrients. It contains more than 65% proteins (vegetable) which can be easily assimilated, carotenoids, including vitamin A, all group B vitamins, vitamin E, mineral salts, trace elements, enzymes, antioxidants and fatty acids which are essential for the body. The most ancient in evolutionary terms, it has been known since the times of the Aztec warriors who would eat it to stay physically strong and maintain resistance to fatigue.



is a seaweed of dark brown color, rich in iodine, phosphorus, potassium, glutamic and alginic acid, vitamin A, B1, B2, C and fibers. It supplies iodine, a mineral of which it is particularly rich. It has been determined that the world population (excluding certain populations of Japan and a few other nations) suffers from a severe shortage of this mineral without which the thyroid gland cannot work.



is an algae that lives in the volcanic lake of the same name in Oregon (USA). It has a high nutritional profile, as it contains over 30 minerals and trace elements essential to health and 12 vitamins, including all those of group B and the important and a high concentration of the rare vitamin B12. It also contains a variety of molecules and pigments, essential amino acids, proteins, fatty acids and other elements necessary for the body.


Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) 

it has been known to give energy to animals that feed on it, since ancient time, including Arabian horses. It is taken as a source of proteins, vitamins, enzymes and mineral salts. In agriculture, thanks its deep roots, it is able to bring precious minerals to the surface that enrich soil at the surface, as in the case of corn crops.



DOSE: It is recommended to take 2 tablets a day, between meals.




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