Why Spirulina is a superfood

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Spirulina is a biomass of cyanobacteria (blue-green algae)

The Source Spirulina was originally discovered growing naturally in unpolluted alkaline lakes in Central Africa and Mexico, where it was an integral part of the Aztec diet.

Spirulina is the richest whole food source found in nature. Spirulina is classed as a functional food in Japan and as a superfood it is consumed by astronauts in space travels. – Rocket fuel for the human body.

  • A highly nutritious, microscopic freshwater plant/ algae.
  • A superfood with over 100 nutrients, more than any other plant, grain or herb.
  • Widely used as a food supplement for maintaining health, energy, weight loss and cleansing programmes.
  • Protein – 60-70% of its weight. 300% more protein than fish, meat or poultry, with no cholesterol.
  • Iron – 58x richer than spinach in bio-available iron.
  • Vitamin B12 – Natures richest source. Often lacking in a vegetarian diet.
  • Chlorophyll – 2x richer than barley grass or wheatgrass.
  • Anti-oxidants – 25x richer in beta-carotene than carrot and 3x richer in Vitamin E than wheatgerm.
  • Spirulina assists weight loss by curbing appetite naturally while supplying a full range of nutrients needed for a balanced diet.
  • As an unrefined wholefood, spirulina is absorbed up to 16x more effectively than synthetic multi-vitamin and mineral supplements.
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Spirulina under the microscope

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