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Nutrition Facts per 100 grams:

Energy: 382,4 kcal/ 1600 kj

Protein: 65 g

Carbohydrates: 23 g

Fat: 2,5 g

Fiber: 12,5 g

Salt: 900 mg

Chlorophyll: 1,6 g

Phycocyanin: 13 g

Zeaxanthin: 0,21 g

Calcium: 150 mg

Phosphorus: 1300 mg

Magnesium: 500 mg

Iron: 60 mg

Potassium: 1800 mg

Zinc: 3 mg

Copper: 0,3 mg

Manganese: 5 mg

Vit B1: 3 mg

Vit B2: 6 mg

Vit B3: 30 mg

Vit B6: 2 mg

Vit B12: 0,40 mg

Folic acid: 5 mg

Vit K: 0,4 mg

Recommended daily serving: 

1-2 teaspoons

Origin: Taiwan

Why is it good?

This miracle microalgae is one of the oldest life forms of life on Earth. It’s rich in complete protein (60-70%) and a great source of vitamins, antioxidants, and other nutrients that help weight loss by cutting cravings and preventing overeating. Did you know that Spirulina is also recommended by the UN World Health Organization and called "the best food of the future”? 

History tells us that Central Africans near Lake Chad have been cultivating spirulina since they first inhabited the region in the 9th century. It was also widely used by Aztecs, recorded history dating to the Conquistadors confirms that spirulina cakes were regularly sold as far back as the 16th century.

  • 60% protein and an excellent source of vitamins A, K1, K2, B12 and iron, manganese and chromium

  • A rich source of health-giving phytonutrients such as carotenoids, GLA, SOD and phycocyanin

  • 2800% more beta-carotene than carrots

  • 3900% more iron than spinach

  • 600% more protein than tofu

  • 280% more antioxidants than blueberries

  • Detoxes Heavy Metals (especially Arsenic)

  • Helps Prevent Cancer

  • Lowers Blood Pressure 

  • Reduces Cholesterol

  • Lowers Chance of Stroke

  • Boosts Energy

  • Speeds Up Weight Loss

  • Alleviates Sinus Issues

  • Strengthened Immune System

  • Supported Cellular Health

How to use it?

Recommended daily serving: 

1-2 teaspoons

You would need to consume only two tablespoons of spirulina as a protein substitute for a meal. Mix 1-2 teaspoons of this savoury powder into smoothies and drinks or use it in cooking. If you don't enjoy the taste of the blue-green algae, the taste can be disguised by combining it with fruit -- such as pineapple and banana -- and vegetable juice in a blender and blending until smooth. Alternatively, powdered spirulina can be sprinkled onto or mixed into foods. Or even to make your own Spirulina Pesto!

Dr. Oz recommends combining 1 teaspoon spirulina powder with 350 ml lime juice and freezing the mixture in ice cube trays for a healthy boost. According to Dr. Oz, spirulina and lime enhance energy performance because they unlock sugar from our cells and, when frozen, the cold from the ice boosts metabolic energy while giving our bodies a “wake-up call.” 

Breakfast Smoothie

Blend 1 tablespoon spirulina powder into 2 cups of natural, unsweetened fruit juice. Add a banana and a few cubes of ice for a healthful breakfast smoothie.

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