What is Spirulina?

What is Spirulina?

  • Spirulina is a vegetable. It grows in water and is microscopic,  similar to an algae.
  • Spirulina is a great source of many important nutrients:
    • Most protein per calorie of any food.  
    • High quality complete plant protein containing all 9 essential amino acids.
    • Nature's highest source of beta-carotene, Vitamin B12, GLA (Omega 3 fatty acid)
    • Good plant source of Iron
    • Incredible source of Phytonutrients
      • A rainbow of natural pigments, Phycocyanin (Blue) , Chlorophyll (Green), Carotenoids (Orange).  
      • Antioxidants such as the enzyme Superoxide Dismutase
    • Good source of Calcium, Magnesium and Zinc
  • Spirulina strengthens the immune system, supports cardiovascular health, and boosts energy levels.
  • It is rich in antioxidants and phytonutrients that contribute to the body operating in optimal condition.
  • Spirulina feeds your gut microbiome resulting in a happy gut.
  • As a powerful chelating agent Spirulina is effective at detoxifying heavy metals and other toxins.
  • Promotes healthy skin and hair