What is Spirulina?

Spirulina is a microscopic, single celled, blue-green spiral algae that has been living on our planet since the appearance of life on Earth.
Spirulina’s green color is derived from chlorophyll and the blue color is derived from the pigment phycocyanin.
Due to its high nutritional value, it has been a staple for many communities.
Spirulina was the primary source of protein for the Aztecs who lived in Mexico City for several thousands of years.

The Nutrients that make spirulina a superfood

Amazing Health
Benefits of Spirulina

Supports a healthy immune system
Boosts energy levels naturally
Supports cellular detoxification
Helps to keep bodily pH in a healthy range
Promotes  cardiovascular health
Helps maintain normal blood pressure
Supports healthy blood sugar levels
Enhances cognitive function
Curbs hunger and promotes weight loss