Hawaiian Spirulina - only $29.50
(750 mg/capsules, 250 capsules/bottle)
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Description: Spirulina is a type of blue-green algae which is an aquatic plant. It grows in salty lakes in Central and South America and in Africa. It is rich in protein and contains all of the essential amino acids. It also contains a wide variety of nutrients, including carotenoids, essential fatty acids and vitamins and minerals. While it has been advertised as a complete food, it is noted the content of vitamins and minerals is extremely low. It is usually used in the "green drinks" and is combined with chlorella, wheat barley, grass, blue-green algae, alfalfa and oat, along with other nutrients.
Uses: Spirulina appears to help encourage weight loss.1 Even if these results are not seen, it may be a good supplement to use when undergoing a weight loss plan, as it is an excellent source of protein, essential fatty acids, and several vitamins and minerals.
Spirulina has been used in research to evaluate anti-cancer properties and does suggest that it may have some anti-cancer activities.
Cautions: May cause allergic reactions.
Recommended dosage: Spirulina is usually used in combination with other products, such as chlorella, wheat barley grass, blue-green algae, alfalfa oat and other nutrients to make so called "green drinks".
Spirulina is a nutrient rich algae, high in protein and specially prepared to preserve its vitamins, enzymes and amino acids.
1Becher EW, Jakober B, Luft D, et al. Clinical and biochemical evaluations of the alga spirulina with regard to its application in the treatment of obesity. A double-blind cross-over study. Nutr Rep Intl 1986;33(4):565–573
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