Spirulina is a concentrated and natural Superfood Rich in amino acids (protein), vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, trace elements and anti-oxidants
Rich in Amino Acids (Protein)
Supports healthy cardiovascular function
Improves allergies and respiratory function
One of the oldest life forms on Earth, spirulina is a blue-green microalgae that helped produce the oxygen in our atmosphere billions of years ago so that other life forms could appear.
Spirulina is a concentrated and natural superfood. Spirulina is very rich in amino acids (protein), vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, trace elements and anti-oxidants. Next to water protein is the most abundant compound in our bodies. Spirulina is considered the most complete and readily digestible protein source known to mankind. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and are all extremely important for the optimum function of the human body and mind. Spirulina contains all the essential and non-essential amino acids that your body needs to thrive. Spirulina contains 60-75% complete protein that is 90-95% digestible. NASA uses spirulina as a food for astronauts because of its uniquely high nutrient densities in such small dosages.
Spirulina is a source of vitality and life energy. Users of spirulina usually notice an increase in energy and motivation.
Spirulina increases antioxidant protection, boosts your immune system, fights free radicals, fights the aging process, promotes weight loss, supports healthy cardiovascular function, improves the digestion process and gastrointestinal health, creates beneficial flora in the digestive tract and helps the body produce more red and white blood cells which kill germs and viruses. Studies have also shown that spirulina improves allergies and respiratory function and enhances exercise performance.
Spirulina protects the brain and detoxifies the liver and kidneys. It balances your bodies pH to reduce inflammation, the root cause of much disease. It balances the immune system, including calming an overactive one, which is significant because overactive (or inflamed) immune systems are responsible for autoimmune diseases.
Spirulina contains all the B vitamins including B12, vitamin K, vitamin E, vitamin D, vitamin C, vitamin A, calcium, chromium, copper, iodine, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, sodium and zinc.
Spirulina is known for its high content of beta carotene, which is converted into vitamin A. Vitamin A is essential for healthy immunity, aids mineral absorption, teeth, bones, mucous membranes, skin and eyes; it helps with glaucoma, cataracts and poor vision. It improves age spots, eczema, acne and rashes.
Spirulina is great for body builders and athletes as it can be taken before, during and after workouts or activity as the dosages are so small.