How Does Spirulina Work?
Spirulina strengthens the immune system, supports cardiovascular function, enhances natural cleansing and detoxification and is a good source of protein for vegetarians or those who cannot tolerate meat. Spirulina is considered a super-food due to its unique level of nutrient density. Spirulina also known as blue-green algae survives by producing their energy through photosynthesis. Spirulina contains many nutrients that make it a functional whole food for sustaining life without the need for other foods.
Cleansing & Detoxification
When you put your body under extreme stress, such as intense physical training, toxins and free radicals are released from your tissues. The chlorophyll in spirulina helps eliminate these waste products, and cleanses your liver, kidneys and blood. When the liver and kidneys are working more smoothly, everything else in the body works better, too. This cleansing effect is also important if you’re on any sort of low-carb diet (Atkins diet, South Beach diet, etc.). These types of diets can place a heavy burden on the liver and kidneys due to the increased elimination of excess ketones that occurs. The benefits of spirulina also include protection against environmental toxins, air and water pollution, and other contaminants that you’re being exposed to every day.
- Functional whole super-food
- Contains essential omega 3-fatty acids EPA & DHA
- Great source of protein
- Rich source of fatty acid- GLA
- Chlorophyll- powerful blood cleanser
Recommended Adult Dose: Take 1-2 VegiCaps, three times daily or as directed by a qualified health practitioner.
Spirulina Powder, Non-Medicinal Ingredients: cellulose vegetarian capsule shell.