Yourwellness Magazine Follows Up Lincolnshire Algae Sighting (amazon) (shopzilla)

London, UK (PRWEB UK) 19 July 2013

On the 9th of May, the Environment Agency released a statement reassuring people in Lincolnshire that a brown substance recently seen in rivers in the county is a harmless algae. Members of the public had reported sightings of sewage to the Environment Agency, but this was, in fact, rising benthos a brown algae that tends to form in slower moving rivers, producing minute oxygen bubbles when the water begins to warm up in spring.

Peter Haslock, Environment Management Team Leader, commented, We are keen to encourage people to take an interest in the rivers, streams and dykes that they see every day and we would urge people to tell us when something doesnt look quite right. In the last couple of weeks, we have had reports of sewage floating on the surface of rivers throughout Lincolnshire. We would, however, like to reassure people that the brown substance they are seeing is in fact a type of algae and is a sign that spring has arrived. (

With this in mind, Yourwellness Magazine explored how algae could be used to benefit health. According to Yourwellness Magazine, Theres a vitamin called vitamin D3 which has been seen to have a lot of beneficial effects on those whove taken it. Marine D3 is the same compound but its found in a certain area of the ocean in algae (thus the name). The vitamin is slightly different from other sources and has been shown to be a potent anti-ageing remedy. Essentially this is achieved when the vitamin targets damaged or starving cells, rejuvenating them and by doing so, rejuvenating you as well.

Yourwellness Magazine noted that the algae can be taken in the form of a Marine D3 supplement, which is a purple pill available online. Yourwellness Magazine explained that while Marine D3 is not a silver bullet treatment, some people have been known to use to aid their cancer treatment, and others have used it to maintain a good level of overall wellness. Yourwellness Magazine recommended readers consult their doctor before trying any new supplement.

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