Since the 2011 Fukushima
Daiichi nuclear disaster, concerns have been raised over
the levels of radioactive contamination present in and
around the coastal waters of Japan. Life Force
blend contains a unique combination of nine sea
vegetables harvested primarily off the east coast of
As part of our rigorous quality
control program, every incoming lot of raw material is
tested to ensure the material's identity, strength,
quality, and purity are in line with Life Force
International's standard of excellence. In this regard,
since 2011 every incoming lot of SeaNine
blend has undergone a full gamma radiation test.
We will continue to incorporate
this testing on all incoming lots, and will immediately
reject all material which does not conform to our strict
Species of sea lettuce are
incredibly popular in Scandinavia, Ireland, Japan, and
China. Concentrated in protein, dietary fiber, and an
array of vitamins and minerals, Sea Lettuce offers an
abundant source of antioxidants and health-preserving
compounds with a delicate flavor and vibrant color
Red marine sea vegetables have
been used for thousands of years around the world for
their high nutritional content, including concentrations
of trace minerals absorbed from the ocean.
Red sea vegetables are a rich
source of phytonutrients, essential fatty acids, fiber,
protein, complex carbohydrates, and minerals. Invaluable
in boosting the immune system, red sea vegetables may
also improve the body's response to infection.
Researchers praise red sea
vegetables for their bio-available compounds, and
maintain that they may also prove useful in aiding
weight loss and detoxifying the blood.
Shores in Norway are
abundantly awash with this rich sea vegetable. Norwegian
Kelp is one of nature's most densely concentrated
sources of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids,
containing 60 trace minerals, 12 vitamins, and 20
essential amino acids.
Its powerful nutritional
compounds account for an impressive number of health
benefits and has been used to treat a variety of
ailments and conditions, including arthritis pain, liver
function, heart disease, cancer, weight loss,
constipation, high cholesterol, and hair loss.
The Japanese consume
approximately 10 billion sheets of nori per year, and
for good reason-for centuries, nori has long been
purported as a food that supports longevity.
Nori contains one of the
highest concentrations of nutrients of all seaweeds,
with as much protein as soybeans. Nori also supplies
calcium and iron in qualities and qualities ideal for
Nori also is vibrantly
flavorful, and contains a rich reservoir of 12 essential
vitamins, including A and B vitamins:
Two sheets of nori contain
daily recommended amounts of Vitamin A, B1, and B2.
Nori yields twice the amount of
Vitamin C as tangerines, and retains its vitamin C
profile even when heated.
Known by some as the "king
of seaweeds," Kombu is a brown type of kelp that
grows in long narrow blades (up to 6 feet long), in
dense forests below the tide. A rich source of iodine,
Kombu has been used to treat thyroid dysfunction. It
contains concentrated amounts of calcium, potassium,
magnesium, trace minerals (including copper and zinc),
as well as chromium.
Incredibly low in calories,
high in fiber, and delicious, Kombu has been a staple
the Japanese diet for centuries.
Irish Moss boosts the body
when recovering from an illness, unleashing a tidal wave
of important nutrients-15 of the 18 elements composing
the human body.
Irish moss has also been used
to treat bronchitis, thyroid dysfunction, and to improve
and strengthen glands. Irish moss is also used as a
gentle anticoagulant and has been used to treat
gastrointestinal disturbances, such as diarrhea.
Researchers have discovered
that Irish moss may also improve blood pressure and may
prove useful in the treatment of peptic ulcers without
effecting colon health.
Honey is the concentrated
nectar of flowers extracted by bees. It contains a
variety of flavonoids and antioxidants which work to
scavenge and eliminate free radicals and is also a
Life Force uses organic honey that has not been
Like emeralds of the sea,
green sea vegetables emit a wealth of minerals and
nutrients in concentrations greater than can be found in
many land-grown vegetables. Offering 60 to 70 percent
digestible vegetable protein, green sea vegetables are
also an important source of calcium, iron, enzymes and
Green sea vegetables contain 60
to 70 percent vegetable protein and provide all of the
essential amino acids. Green sea vegetables are also a
rich source of iron, calcium, vitamin B12, enzymes and
antioxidants. As a result of being so highly
concentrated in so many nutrients, green algae offers
numerous health promoting benefits, and may be useful in
a variety of health-improving applications, such as
anti-aging, energy, improved digestion, weight loss,
stronger hair and nails, and more.
Gigartina Chamissoi is a leafy
red seaweed containing a plethora of beneficial
polysaccharides (carragreenans). Scientists have
discovered that these carragreenans may possess some
unique medicinal properties. They have found them to be
antibacterial as well as antiviral. In fact,
carragreenans may also be anti-herpetic (able to kill
the herpes viruses) and anti-coagulant.
Dulse is heralded as a
phenomenal source of vitamins and nutrients, and
cultures in Canada, Ireland, and Northern Europe have
highly regarded Dulse for centuries.
Amply rich in Vitamins B6 and
B12, Dulse offers iron, potassium and fluoride in
digestible, easily assimilated quantities.
Dulse also contains a host of
other nutrients and vitamins, including Vitamin A, E,
and C, magnesium, calcium, fiber, and protein.
An excellent source of iodine,
Dulse has been used to improve thyroid gland health and
Dabber locks or winged kelp
grows in branched hold fasts where its blades have a
distinct wing at the base. Found along the Artic to the
northeast of the United States, Dabber locks are high in
Vitamins A, B6, B12, and K. In addition to iodine and
bromine, Dabber locks contain soluble nitrogen, cobalt,
nickel, and other essential trace elements.
Historically used by Icelanders
in time of famine, Dabber locks has been considered to
be one of the most easily digestible and well-tolerated
sea vegetables, often consumed in significant qualities.
Brown sea vegetables thrive in
lush underwater forests, and purport tremendous
nutrients and compounds. Touting a powerful nutritional
composition, brown sea vegetables are incredibly rich in
magnesium, protein, Iodine, phosphorous, brown sea
vegetables also contain Vitamins C, K, E, as well as
zinc, sulfur, silicon, iron, copper, cobalt, boron,
radium, and ultra-trace minerals.
Bladder wrack is a common
brown sea vegetable that nestles upon rocks in colonies.
Bladder wrack may also form mats of floating seaweed
when torn from rocks during storms and wash ashore onto
Bladder wrack has been used to
assist in weight loss by nourishing the thyroid.
vera – Liquid
Whether drinking the liquid or
powdered Body Balance you’re getting the same potency
and the same high quality ingredients. Both formulas use
ingredients which are processed to retain the naturally
present phytonutrients, enzymes, amino acids, vitamins
and more. Just as with our liquid Body Balance formula,
the Aloe vera used in the powdered formula uses only the
potent inner leaf fillet.
Beginning with freshly
harvested leaves, the inner gel (fillet) is carefully
removed to minimize disruption of the Aloin layer so
that the Aloin is not included with the inner gel as it
can cause gastrointestinal upset when ingested. Aloe
vera contains over 75 nutrients and 200 active
compounds, including 12 vitamins, 20 minerals and 18
amino acids. Scientific studies have shown that Aloe
vera contains many biologically active molecules, and is
considered one of the most beneficial and useful
botanicals on earth. It has demonstrated many important
health-supporting benefits, including immune support,
increasing bioavailability of nutrients, and support of
GI health and digestion.
We choose to sell only the
Powder as with powders the quality can be a bit better
and cheaper shipping and you can take it with you
everywhere more conveniently, then you can add your
*The information in this document
has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to
treat, diagnose, cure,
or prevent any disease. This information is not intended
as a substitute for the advice or medical care of a
qualified healthcare professional and you should seek
the advice of your healthcare professional before
undertaking any dietary or lifestyle changes. This
information is provided for educational purposes only.