Organic Spirulina Powder - 100g Pouch

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Spirulina is a nutrient-rich food that contains vital vitamins and minerals.


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Spirulina is a nutrient-rich food that contains vital vitamins and minerals. It helps to alkalize the body and remove toxins and pollutants. Besides detoxing the body, spirulina improves overall health and protects the immune system. Spirulina is high in antioxidants which makes it an excellent detox food.

Potential Health Benefits of Spirulina

Spirulina is a potent source of nutrients. It contains a powerful plant-based protein called phycocyanin. Research shows this may have antioxidant, pain-relief, anti-inflammatory and brain-protective properties. 

This antioxidant and other nutrients in spirulina are linked with several health benefits:  

 

Heart Health

Research has found that the protein in spirulina can reduce the body’s absorption of cholesterol, lowering cholesterol levels. This helps keep your arteries clear, reducing strain on your heart that can lead to heart disease and stroke-causing blood clots.

Its protein also reduces triglyceride levels. These are fats in your blood that can contribute to the hardening of arteries, increasing the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and pancreatitis. 

Potential Risks of Spirulina

Because spirulina is high in nutrient activity, you should talk to your doctor before taking it or any other supplement. It may pose health risks for some people, including:

Pregnancy Concerns

There is not enough research to suggest blue-green algae is safe for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Because of the toxin risk, doctors recommend that pregnant women avoid spirulina. 

Bleeding Disorders

Because spirulina can help reduce blood clotting it may increase the risk of bruising and bleeding in people with certain bleeding conditions. 

Diabetes

Spirulina might affect blood sugar levels, so people with diabetes should monitor their blood sugar when taking spirulina.

Auto-Immune Diseases

Research shows that spirulina can support immune system function, but this could worsen symptoms in people with auto-immune diseases like lupus, multiple-sclerosis , or arthritis. Talk to your doctor before adding spirulina to your diet if you have an auto-immune condition. 

 

Nutritional Information Per 100 Grams. 


Recommended Directions For Use:

We recommend one tablespoon of our organic Spirulina powder is best mixed in with your favourite smoothie. Rich in fibre and gluten free, Spirulina can be baked into muffins, pancakes and protein bars for added health benefits.  

 


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