Spirulina algae are a perfect nutrient. It contains many vitamins, enzymes, minerals, amino acids and carotenes.
Why eat algae?
- It helps to support the body’s immune system.
- Helps support body vitality.
- It helps to maintain normal blood glucose levels.
- Helps control weight.
In places where regular algae consumers live, people enjoy excellent health and record longevity. Today, algae are considered to be the world’s largest food supply.
Very rich in protein, 100g of spirulina has 60-70g of protein, three times more than the same amount of pork, twice as much as beef and fish, and 50% more than soybean. Spirulina cells are very easily processed by the human body with an absorption rate of 65-80%, whereas soybean cells, for example, enter only 40% of the body.
Amino acid content
It also contains 18 types of amino acids that are essential for the human body. Not only does it contain all the necessary amino acids, but they are in a form that is easier to digest than soy or meat.
The tablet contains a range of necessary minerals, trace elements including iron, calcium, sodium, potassium, copper, manganese, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus, selenium, a variety of vitamins, nucleic acid, V-linolenic acid, cholinesterase, blue -algin, polioate, mannitol, chlorophyll, phenol, enzymes and other active ingredients.
Spirulina has a high iron content and vitamin B12 content. 10g of spirulina powder contains enough iron to correspond to 450g of salt or 320g of liver. Based on its vitamin B12 content, it is three times the liver.
It is very rich in nutrients but also in balance.
Research has shown that 1g of spirulina is nutritionally equivalent to 1kg of vegetables. Recently, all spirulina foods have been internationally successful.
Recommended dietary allowance: 1 scoops per day
Size: 250 gramm