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Start feeling better with natures natural wonder blue-green algae that is Spirulina! Spirulina is an amazing algae that grows both in saltwater and freshwater. Similar to plants, Spirulina produces energy via photosynthesis. This nutritional powerhouse is a fantastic source of antioxidants that can help fight free radicals, inhibit the production of inflammatory signalling molecules which in return, offers fantastic anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Gram for gram, Spirulina might just be the most nutritious food on the planet! 

Per serving Spirulina contains:

* 4 Grams of Protein

* Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) - 11% of the Recommended Daily Use

* Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) - 15% of the Recommended Daily Use

* Vitamin B3 (Niacin) - 4% of the Recommended Daily Use

* Copper - 21% of the Recommended Daily Use

* Iron - 11% of the Recommended Daily Use

* Magnesium

* Potassium

* Manganese

  • Lowers Cholesterol

    Thanks to its amazing antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, Spirulina may help to lower bad LDL Cholesterol and triglycerides while raising good HDL cholesterol.

  • High Source of Antioxidants

    Packed with antioxidant compounds, one of which being phycocyanin (also the reason why Spirulina is a dark blue-green colour) helps dampen oxidation and inhibit inflammation.

  • May Help Blood Pressure

    Spirulina may help assist with blood pressure, studies have found regular use of Spirulina can reduce systolic & diastolic blood pressure. Link to Study

  • Assist in Sneezing

    Allergic Rhinitis is an inflammation in the nasal passageway that can be triggered from environmental allergens such as pollen, animal hair, dust and others. Spirulina has been shown to improve symptoms of Allergic Rhinitis.

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  • May Assist is Muscle Strength and Endurance

    With Spirulinas amazing antioxidant properties, some studies have found an improvement in muscle strength, endurance and recovery significantly increasing the time it took for people to become fatigued.

  • May Help With Blood Sugar Control

    Some small studies (more studies are required) have shown evidence of Spirulina leading to a healthy reduction of blood sugar levels. These studies have mainly been linked to animal studies but there is some evidence showing already that can also be effective in humans.

  • Could Help With Could Help With Anaemia

    The most common form of Anaemia is characterised by a reduction of red blood cells which can lead to prolonged feelings of weakness and fatigue. Studies have shown Spirulina to increase haemoglobin content of red blood cells leading to an improved immune function.

  • Heart Health

    As Spirulina can help with lowering bad cholesterol and triglycerides, it can help protect the heart. Experts attribute Spirulina’s heart health properties to its high antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Spirulina - One of the World’s Favourite Super Foods

Spirulina is a blue-green algae that grows in freshwater and saltwater packed with nutrients which is why it’s known as one of the world’s best superfoods. Loaded with phycocyanin, this is the reason why Spirulina is a dark blue-green colour. Spirulina has been linked to many health benefits and has been sold since the 1970’s as a supplement.

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Is Spirulina Good For Anyone?

Like all supplements, you should consult with your health care professional to make sure Spirulina can work for you. People who should not be taking Spirulina without consulting their healthcare professional include people who have the rare genetic disorder phenylketonuria (PKU). The same amino acid that makes it a lush, dark blue-green colour (phenylalanine) can be harmful to people with PKU. People with autoimmune disorders are also highly encouraged to seek professional assistance before taking Spirulina.

Fun Fact About Spirulina

Spirulina has been around a long time, as a matter of fact it was consumed by ancient Aztecs before it was repopularised by NASA of all industries. NASA started using Spirulina as a dietary supplement for astronauts on space missions. Having the ability to modulate immune functions and exhibit anti-inflammatory properties, it was a great choice for venturing astronauts to keep their health levels up on a trip into space.

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How Much Spirulina Should I Take?

We recommend starting around 2-4 grams per day to see if you are seeing any benefit. Each of our capsules are 500mg so that is around 4-8 per day. Try taking half in the morning and half again at night to see if Spirulina has any effect on you!

IMPORTANT NOTE: Consumption is not recommended for pregnant women, please speak to your healthcare professional first.