Phytoplankton is a long word, and one I’d never heard before. Apparently, phytoplankton is fish food for people. Yes, I’m being serious. It’s been approved by Health Canada. The CEO of the company, David Hunter, began eating phytoplankton while working at a shellfish farm in BC. He started noticing some interesting changes.
David began seeing his migraine headaches dissipate, his IBS disappeared and surprisingly, so did his sweet tooth. That began a long process to get “Karen”, registered as a natural health product. Now, ten years later, “Karen” is being set up in a double blind, Health Canada approved, clinical trial to investigate the product’s effectiveness in treating irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and other digestive problems.
This product is considered a vegetable and a microalgae. You can see in the below PDF, the numerous, and high, content value of omega fatty acids, vitamins and protein. Phytoplankton is allergen free and available across Canada.
However, does it work?
That’s a good question and one I’ve been looking into the last two weeks. I take one pill at dinner time. It can affect other medications, so you have to make sure you take it a couple of hours before, or after, other medications. My first week did not result in anything that I could notice. At approximately ten days, I realized two things.
First, I was sleeping better and beginning to wake up before my alarm went off. I actually felt like I’d slept. Second thing was my skin. Now this is kinda weird. In a few short weeks I’ll be 55 years old. With aging comes dryer, tighter skin. I use moisturizer but it’s a temporary fix. I’ve noticed that my skin is much more supple and a lot less dry. I actually thought I was imagining it. You know, looking for something where there isn’t anything. So, I had a shower, did not moisturize and presented the evidence to my husband. He was surprised when I told him I hadn’t used anything on my skin. I wish there was some way to show you guys.
Anyway, I’ve been given a thirty day free trial of “Karen”, and will continue to use it through. I’ll also update this page each week until I’m done, to see if there are further changes. The cost is high in my opinion, at $49.99 for 30 days. That being said, if it does work for migraines and IBS, it would definitely be worth the cost compared to other medicines. I’m intrigued to see what happens in the clinical trial.
For now, I have a free 30 day trial for someone here in Canada (excluding Quebec, sorry). If you’re interested to see how it may help you, simply enter below. To order a 30 day trial with a money back guarantee, visit TheKarenProject.
**NEW Blugenics is offering the following discount on all Karen phytoplankton products:
Coupon code: KAREN4FRIENDS
Discount: 10% off cart total
Expires: December 31, 2017
Cannot be used in conjuction with other coupons
Unlimited usage per coupon and per person (in separate orders)