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Spirulina Powder resizedSpirulina is a microscopic, blue-green algae has been around for over 3.6 billion years. Spirulina turned sunlight into energy and filled the Earth’s atmosphere with the oxygen needed in order for higher life forms to start evolving. Humans have been eating Spirulina since prehistory, and today, this tiny aquatic plant is widely regarded as the world’s greatest ‘super food.’

Spirulina, in its natural form, is one of the most beneficial sources of nutrients known to mankind. Everything from vitamins (A, B1, B2, B6, E, and K), major (and trace) minerals, essential fatty acids, and protein to chlorophyll, phytonutrients, enzymes, antioxidants, polysaccharides, all eight essential amino acids (eighteen amino acids total), nucleic acids (RNA and DNA), salts, phytonutrients, and even gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) and phycocyanin is found in spirulina.

“Spirulina contains the highest concentration of protein (by weight) of any food known,between 65 and 71 percent protein, depending upon the variety.”—David Wolfe
Spirulina is fabulous for balancing brain chemistry, building and purifying blood, increasing the production of stem cells, enhancing the immune system and eyesight, promoting healthy hair and skin, and helps reduce allergies.

Typically the spirulina is “spray dried” – a process that uses high levels of heat to create dry powder. Thai Freeze Dry’s evolutionary Dynamic Freeze Dry Process has been applied dry to spirulina to preserve and deliver all its vital ingredients with no exposure to heat in the process.

INTERESTING FACTS

  • Spirulina is nature’s most complete food and has the highest level of protein concentration by weight compared to any other food source- animal, vegetable or mineral.
  • Spirulina is the only known natural source of phycocyanin, a super antioxidant.
  • Spirulina balances brain chemistry, builds and purifies blood, enhances the immune system,, improves eyesight, promotes healthy hair and skin and helps to reduce allergic reactions.

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