Organika’s Spirulina is loaded with energy boosting nutrients to help give you that extra bit you need to complete your busy day. Known also as blue-green algae, Spirulina is an edible water based plant that can be classified as a complete food. Containing 60-70% protein and an abundance of energy producing nutrients including RNA, DNA, Vitamin B12, and the essential fatty acids GLA and linoleic acid. Many natural health practitioners recommend Spirulina to vegetarians as a protein and Vitamin B12 supplement to compensate for a meatless diet. Spirulina is used by NASA in space as a dietary food supplement for astronauts.
- Easy to Digest, Easy to Absorb
- High Grade Fresh-Water Algae.
- Improved Immune Functions and General Health.
- Whole Food Concentrate.
- Great for Vegetarians
- Rich in Amino Acids, B Vitamins, and Trace Minerals
What is Spirulina?
Spirulina is a water plant that is packed with nutrients. Originally discovered in Africa and South America in a base of alkaline lakes. Spirulina is spiral shaped algae and is very rich source of food. Spirulina gained popularity as a nutritional supplement in the 1970’s and now is a staple of many communities as a dietary supplement.
Who Should Take Spirulina?
Vegetarian who require extra nutrients
Pregnant women should consider taking Spirulina for extra nutrients
Athletes those who enjoy sports and exercise can use it to keep energy levels high
Busy people who don’t always have the time to maintain a proper diet
Seniors who eat less benefit from the nutritional balance provided by Spirulina.
Teenagers should take Spirulina to support key growth periods
Patients recovering from any type of injury or sugery
Spirulina (Blue-Green Algae)|1000mg
Non-medicinal ingredients: Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide, Croscarmellose Sodium, Stearic Acid, Cellulose, Dicalcium Phosphate.
Does not contain: salt, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, soy, milk, egg, artificial preservatives, colours or sweeteners.
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