Spirulina 500 mg 180 tablets
A natural whole food algae
Delivers powerful antioxidant support, potent joint health and more
Features gamma linolenic acid, proteins, amino acids, minerals, B vitamins and chlorophyll
This blue-green algae is a tremendous natural whole food, featuring the antioxidant support of beta-carotene and the joint-health-promoting power of gamma linolenic acid. Spirulina also has proteins, amino acids, minerals, B vitamins, and cleansing chlorophyll.
Serving Size 2 Tablets
Servings Per Container 90
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Spirulina (Arthrospira platensis)(microalgae)||1 gram||*|
*Daily Value not established.
Other ingredients: Calcium carbonate, microcrystalline cellulose (plant fiber), stearic acid, magnesium stearate, croscarmellose sodium, food glaze.
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take two tablets three times per day with water, preferably on an empty stomach.
Partial list of the health benefits of Spirulina:
• Boosts energy and cellular health
• Cushioning diabetes risks
• Boost in weight loss.
• Fighting cancer
• Improved Mental Functioning
• Supports healing of hypoglycemia, diabetes, chronic fatigue, anemia & ulcers
• Boosting the immune system
• Improve Digestion
• Reduce fatigue & build Endurance
• Normalizing Cholesterol
• Counter balance an acidic body pH- Cleanse the body
• Boost Energy Levels
• Control Appetite
• Maintain Healthy Cardiovascular function
• Support the Liver and Kidneys
• Reduce Inflammation
Frequently Asked Questions
Who should take Spirulina?
Because Spirulina contains many nutrients not available in the normal diet, the health of anyone will benefit but it can be of particular benefit to Athletes, those interested in general fitness, people who have digestion, assimilation, and elimination problems, weight watchers and can be added to other foods for children who won’t eat green vegetables. It can be used for anyone who is recovering from illness or treatments that deplete the body such as chemotherapy, as it boosts the overall nutrition for recovery. It can provide a quick and easy boost to the diet of those who have a busy lifestyle, as they often eat junk food (not intended as a replacement for a varied and healthy diet). It helps speed recovery after surgery by increasing overall nutrition, and is of benefit to people with low energy.
Who shouldn’t take it too much Spirulina?
Should not be taken by people with hyperparathyroidism, or who have allergies to seafood or seaweed. Should also not be taken by persons experiencing high fever.
How much Spirulina should be taken?
Follow the recommended dose on the label.
What are Spirulina side effects?
There are no known side effects from Spirulina as it is a food. If too much is taken, however, you may not benefit any more and simply waste the product.
Is Spirulina a food ? or medicine?
Spirulina is a whole food, suitable for vegans. It is not a medicine or vitamin supplement. It is intended for overall food nutrition and is not recommended for the treatment of any illness or disease. If you have an illness please consult your doctor or other health professional.
Spirulina Veg. protein vs animal protein
Spirulina contains more than 60% vegetable protein, which is much higher than fish, pork, or beef (which contains about 15 ~20 %).Animal protein is a much bigger molecule than vegetable protein, and is much harder to for our system to digest. Vegetable protein is water soluble, and is much smaller than animal protein. If you eat too much vegetable protein, it is simply discharged by your system as waste and not stored as fat. Animal protein is a much bigger molecule than vegetable protein, and is much harder to for our system to digest. When too much animal protein is eaten, it is deposited in our body as fat. Too much fat will cause high cholesterol levels and may impact our heart and blood vessels.
Vegetable protein is water soluble, and is much smaller than animal protein. If you eat too much vegetable protein, it is simply discharged by your system as waste and not stored as fat.