Spirulina is completed with vitamins and minerals as well as good source of protein. It can complement with your daily diet intake to ensure that you obtain all types of nutrients.
Regulates immune system
Spirulina contains potent nutrients known as polysaccharides which are widely regarded to be a powerful immune system booster. Besides that, colostrum which is rich in antibodies that also plays a role in immune system.
Spirulina helps to reduce fatigue by producing antioxidants which reduces contraction of muscles.
Promote cardiovascular health
There are clinical studies show that spirulina able to reduce bad cholesterol level in the body by stimulate the excretion of cholesterol. Decrease in bad cholesterol helps to prevent the onset of cardiovascular diseases, such as hardening of the arteries and strokes.
Aid in glucose metabolism
Phycocyanin is the blue colour pigment of spirulina. Clinical studies show that the antidiabetic effect of phycocyanin is more likely due to its ability to enhance insulin sensitivity.
Prevention of anemia
Spirulina contains 45 times more iron than spinach. It is essential for the formation of red blood cells. Iron deficiency can be overcome by the regular intake of Spirulina.
Traditionally used as food supplement.
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