Spirulina can support a healthy immune system and provides a good plant-based source of iron and protein.
Spirulina is found in the waters of lakes, rivers and ponds in warm, sunny environments. Commercially, Spirulina is grown in controlled environments to ensure that they do not contain any toxic or harmful bacteria.
Benefits & Uses
Spirulina is absolutely packed full of protein (amino acids), minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, enzymes, essential fatty acids, chlorophyll and complex carbohydrates. Spirulina is ideal for vegetarians due to its high protein content, and it can be taken long term on a daily basis as an additional boost to the diet.
General health and immune support:
Spirulina supports a healthy immune system, iron levels and blood cell formation. Liver detox of heavy metals, healthy lipid levels and blood sugar stability also benefit from spirulina supplementation, along with intestinal probiotic balance and the maintenance of cell health.
Spirulina is also a great addition for anyone that is in a stressful environment, those not eating a well-balanced diet due to limited time, or for those who are involved in high impact sport or training. Spirulina can also be used to support the detoxification pathways of the body, and for when the body needs additional nutrients to support healing.
Spirulina can be added to the diet as a powder form to add to daily smoothies or in an array of different types of tablets or capsules.