Spirulina is earth's oldest living algae (3.6 billion years
ago) and the first photosynthetic life form, credited with creating our oxygen atmosphere
which allowed all life to evolve. Spirulina is the most nutritious, concentrated food
known to man, containing antioxidants, phytonutrients, protein, beta-carotene, GLA,
B-Vitamins, minerals, chlorophyll, sulfolipids, glyco-lipids, superoxide dismutase,
enzymes, RNA, DNA, and supplies many nutrients that are lacking in most people's diets.
- Athletes with long lasting energy and vitality
- Nourishes people with digestion, assimilation & elimination
- Concentrated essential nutrients to weight watcher
- Supports normal memory and mental clarity.
The United Nations has stated that "Spirulina is the
most ideal food for mankind". The US Department of Agriculture in October 1988
published "Spirulina: Food For the Future". Spirulina has been consumed
by people for centuries and millions of Americans enjoy it, and is available in health
food stores and nutrition centers everywhere.
Spirulina is the richest whole food source of beta-carotene (Pro Vitamin A). Spirulina is
25 times richer than raw carrots in beta-carotene. Beta-carotene is a natural antioxidants
that offers protection against free radical damage.
Spirulina is the richest whole food source of Vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 in spirulina
provides energy, and is essential for normal growth and neurological function. People also
eat it for energy and internal cleansing.
GLA supports normal blood cholesterol and blood pressure, and normal joint function,
premenstrual stress and skin health. The rich minerals in spirulina are essential for
healthy skin, bones. GLA in mother's milk helps the babies health.
Spirulina is the richest whole food source of protein. The protein in spirulina is twice
that of the nearest rival soybeans, and at least 3 times that of beef, fish or eggs.
Spirulina has a high biological value protein with a superior complete amino acid profile
containing all 8 essential amino acids and 10 non-essential amino acids with the correct
proportions. It has an unmatched digestibility coefficient of 95.1%. The amino acids in
spirulina are delivered in an essentially "free form" state for almost