Spirulina

Many people ask “what is Spirulina?” In the simplest terms, Spirulina are a blue-green algae that is high in nutrients and considered one of nature's greatest Superfoods.

What is Spirulina?

Ancient Food Source

Spirulina may well be the oldest food source on the planet. It is thought that ancient Aztec and African civilizations used Spirulina as a food source because of its nutritional value. Its powerful blend of complete vegetable protein, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids make it one of the world's most nutritional food.

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A Modern Superfood

Spirulina is a blue-green algae that is high in nutrients and consider one of Earth's Superfoods. Spirulina is a natural food source that is rich in nutrients and often used as a nutritional supplement.

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Spirulina Health Benefits

There's many health benefits associated with Spirulina because of the nutrients found in Spirulina such as protein, beta-carotene, antioxidants, phycocyanin, chlorophyll, and other vitamins and minerals. Spirulina reduces oxidative stress, boosts your immune system, and improves circulation.

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Easy to Consume and Enjoy

Spirulina can be easily used in many delicious recipes from shakes and smoothies to dipping sauces and dressings to even main dishes. Spirulina comes in powder form, as well as tablet or capsule form to be taken as a supplement.

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Feel Healthier and Have More Energy

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Key Benefits of Spirulina

Antioxidant Protection

Immune Defense

Cardiovascular Health & Improves Circulation

Eye & brain health

Anti-aging benefits

100% Vegetarian & Gluten-Free

Key Nutrients of Spirulina

Vitamin A (Beta-Carotene)

Phycocyanin, Chlorophyll, & Carotenoids

Protein

Essential and Non-Essential Amino Acids

GLA Fatty Acids

Natural Vitamins & Minerals (A, B12, K, Iron, Sodium, Calcium)

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Spirulina is packed full of essential nutrients.