Why You Need Spirulina In Your Life
The popularity of spirulina has been picking up steam in the wellness industry for some time now, and for good reason.
Spirulina is considered to be gram for gram, one of the most nutritious food sources on the planet. It can aid with detoxification, helping to flush toxins like lead and mercury out of the body. On top of that, spirulina is a great source of protein, vitamin A, K1, K2, B12, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese and is chalk full of antioxidants, specifically, phycocyanin. Phycocyanin can help fight free radicals and provide anti-inflammatory effects.
Antioxidants protect the body against radiation and toxins from the environment, by neutralizing and removing free radicals from the bloodstream. They are attributed for supporting the body in the following ways:
Helping to protect the skin
Providing Immune System Support
Boosting Energy and Mood
If you're not sold yet, theres more! Studies have shown spirulina's ability to reduce ones risk of heart disease because it can lower LDL cholesterol (bad) and raise HDL cholesterol (good).
The blue-green sea algae has also been studied for its ability to promote cell regeneration, which actively supports the immune system and helps to improve energy levels. Also making it a great addition to any postpartum diet.
Due to its high iron content, spirulina has often been recommended as a great tool for vegans and vegetarians to increase their iron consumption.
If you’re not sold yet, this deep sea wonder also contains vitamin E, known for its anti-aging effects. So adding this blue-green powerhouse to your daily routine may help to keep your skin looking fresh and smooth.
As a vegetarian who occasionally eats fish, I love this powerful superfood as an added bonus into my smoothies and snacks.
While its no secret that spirulina is a powerful superfood, it can be known to absorb heavy metals and toxins from its environment. This reason makes it is extremely important to source clean products from a reputable grower that is organic, non-gmo and gluten-free.
Our Queen of Greens powder is certified organic, cultivated without the use of nitrogen-based fertilizers, fungicides, or pesticides. Certified free of BMAA bacteria. Our greens powder makes it easy to add this incredible super algae into your diet.