- Helps to balance immune defenses.
- Protects against oxidative stress.
- Contains high quality, fully bioavailable proteins.
Like all algae (kelp, nori, kombu, wakame, chlorella …), spirulina is considered a ‘superfood' or ‘miracle food', because of its high nutrient content. It is also used in the developing world to combat malnutrition. Spirulina has long been recognized for its abundance of high quality, fully bioavailable proteins. They actually make up to 60-70% of its dry weight and provide almost every amino acid, now available to buy in supplement form at Supersmart.
Spirulina is part of the blue-green group of microalgae or unicellular cyanobacteria capable of photosynthesis. Formerly called blue algae, it is now known as spirulina because of its spiral shape. Is also an essential source of:
The considerable number of research studies and clinical trials conducted on spirulina across the world continue to expand the realm of its potential benefits. Spirulina is thus a vital dietary supplement for all the family, recommended in particular for:
Depending on the environment and method of cultivation used, spirulina – like chlorella – can be subject to serious pollution (from heavy metals, bromine, radioactive compounds, and various pollutants …). The spirulina sold by Supersmart is the product of strictly-controlled aquaculture from the world's top spirulina producer, Parry Organic Spirulina. It is therefore completely safe to consume, and is guaranteed to produce optimal efficacy.
Buy Spirulina to supplement a ‘superfood' with high nutrient content.
|Daily dose: 8 tablets
Number of doses per pack: 30
|Amount per dose|
|Spirulina powder||3 988 mg|
|Other ingredients: Acacia gum.|
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