What is Spirulina?
A one celled microalgae, that contains exceptionally concentrated high levels of essential nutrients: 50- 60% proteins, all essential amino acids, vitamins, minerals and enzymes.
It is used as a Superfood, a whole-food as and as a dietary supplement. Spirulina has a significant positive impact on human and animal health.
According to researchers, the first photosynthetic organism known on earth, was a Blue-green microalgae, cyanobacteria: Spirulina. It contained within it everything life needed to evolve.
This immortal organism has renewed itself through ages of evolutionary wisdom, coded in its DNA.
The tiny Spirulina comes so close to the ideal of providing everything the human body requires, much more than any fruit, vegetable or meat can provide
- Nutrients-rich in protein (between 50% and 65% by dry weight) and contains all essential amino acids. Spirulina contains vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B9, B12, C, D, K1, K2. It’s a source of potassium, calcium, chromium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, selenium, sodium, and zinc. It contains many pigments, including chlorophyll-a,
- Health – Today, researchers study the nutritional quality and investigate the effects of Spirulina on growth, immunity, antioxidant, antitoxicologic, anticancerogenic, cholesterol and glucose metabolism, and fertility. For these reasons, Spirulina may be acceptable as an alternative and/or superfood for the next generation.