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Blue Spirulina

November 17, 2018

Blue Spirulina

Spirulina is known as one of the most nutrient dense superfoods available today.
Spirulina is a Blue/Green Algae dense in vitamins, minerals and other phytonutrients, currently best sourced from Hawaii.

Spirulina is also a probiotic source that is great to aid digestion and increasing other strains of good bacteria in the GIT.

Spirulina is one of the rare sources of plant based B-vitamins and complete protein sources placed just below hemp seeds on the nutrient density chart.

Spirulina also contains Vit-K, Zinc, magnesium Omega fats and is extremely high in chlorophyll. making it a great plant based multi vitamin or super food essential for your daily shakes and smoothies.

Recent research suggests Spirulina can help chelate arsenic. A toxic semi-metal found in trace amounts in Chinese grown foods, pesticides and tainted health supplements responsible for health concerns such as liver and renal failure.

Spirulina has shown to help increase glutathione levels, enhance liver bile (self cleaning/detoxing), increase energy levels, lower cholesterol levels and help balance A1c levels in diabetes.

A scoop a day in your smoothie, shakes or breakfast oats bowl is all that’s needed to start seeing the benefits this superfood/multi-vitamin/ Supplement provides.

17/11/2018




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