The health benefits of Hawaiian Spirulina – just 25 cents a day!
What is spirulina? Let me tell you why I love it.
Spirulina is a blue-green microalgae with amazing health benefits. To avoid toxic contaminants and products from China, I only recommend Hawaiian Spirulina, which is grown naturally under the intense Hawaiian sun on the Big Island of Hawaii.
It naturally contains protein, iron, beta carotene, minerals, vitamin B12, zeaxanthin, chlorophyll, and phycocyanin.
One 3 gram serving has higher levels of some key antioxidants, enzymes, and minerals compared to 5 servings of fruits and vegetables. Ideal for vegans.
Farm to Bottle, this manufacturer controls the cultivation, harvest and processing of Hawaiian Spirulina. It is pesticide and herbicide free, non-GMO, free of gluten, soy, lactose, and preservatives.
BOOSTS IMMUNITY & ENERGY – Clinical research shows spirulina boosts immunity by positively impacting antioxidant activity & immune markers in your body’s cells. Gram per gram, Hawaiian Spirulina has 3,900% more beta carotene than carrots & 31 times more antioxidant activity than the immune-boosting superfood, blueberries. This antioxidant capacity supports cellular health and immunity.
SUPERIOR NUTRITION – Hawaiian Spirulina is full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, and contains some of the highest levels of protein of any plant or animal source. This superfood contains up to 70% digestible, complete protein, high levels of iron, beta carotene, and other healthful nutrients including B12, vitamin K, chlorophyll, and phycocyanin.
HIGHEST QUALITY & SAFETY – Hawaiian Spirulina is grown in a USA GMP certified facility with extensive quality control & lab testing of every batch. Vegan –Kosher – Halal – Gluten & Soy Free – No fillers, preservatives, or dyes – Farm to Bottle.
NATURALLY GROWN IN THE USA – Hawaiian Spirulina is grown naturally in Kona, Hawaii, USA, since 1984.
Beware of “Certified Organic Spirulina”
Almost all of the “certified organic spirulina” comes from China, India and Taiwan where it is common practice to use plant or animal waste as their fertilizer. The USDA organic standards do not exist for aquaculture in the USA. A USA company may use organic standards for growing spirulina, but it will not be labeled “certified organic” spirulina. Many consumers think “certified organic” means it must be high quality, which is definitely not the case when it comes to spirulina. Many people note that the “certified organic” spirulina has a strong fishy odor, unpleasant taste. Additionally, spirulina from China, India and Taiwan are often contaminated by heavy metals.
Spirulina Health Benefits (backed by scientific studies)
- increases energy and mental clarity
- weight loss
- regulate blood sugar and blood pressure
- cardiovascular benefits and reducing cholesterol
- decrease blood pressure
- improves the lipid profile
- lowers triglycerides & LDL
- increased HDL
- alleviates pain from inflammation
- delivers antioxidant activity to ward off life threatening diseases like cancer, Alzheimer’s heart disease and stroke
- protects the liver and kidneys
- removes radiation from the body
- improves the immune system
- alleviates allergies
- anti-viral compounds: Researchers isolated a compound from spirulina 20 years ago that shows effectiveness against a variety of viruses: Herpes simplex, cytomegalovirus, measles, mumps, influenza A, and HIV-1. The compound works to prevent penetration of the virus into a cell.
- Cancer Preventive Potential: Animal studies show spirulina’s potential to prevent cancer cells from growing and shrinks tumors
- Helps your eyes and brain
- Eases depression
- Supports weight loss
- Increases friendly flora in the intestines
- Improves digestion
An embarrassing list of benefits, but…it is not snake oil—just the power of real food!
Why does weight loss happen with spirulina ingestion?
- helps curb the appetite
- eliminates carb and junk food cravings
How to incorporate spirulina into daily life
Add 1 tsp per day to a smoothie or food, like eggs.
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