The benefits of Spirulina
This "blue" micro-algae with multiple virtues, is rich in Protein, Vitamin B12, Sodium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Iron, Chromium, Manganese, Vitamin A.
Spirulina is recommended punctually to fight against chronic fatigue, fatigue during menstruation or fatigue generated by intense intellectual efforts during exams for example.
It is also used regularly as part of a sports training program or as a supplement to a vegetarian diet and also helps fight against hair loss, brittle nails, etc.
The list of its benefits is very long!
Spirulina has an exceptional protein content (nearly 70% of its dry weight), it contains more than 10 vitamins (those of group B, E and K, pro-vitamin A), essential fatty acids (omega 3 and 6) and of course iron.
Proposed in capsules for an ease of use, One to two cures of 30 days per year are enough to keep the form throughout the year.
Indication: 1 to 2 g per day in cure, before a meal and preferably the morning, accompanied by a vitamin C (orange juice, lemon).
In case of anticoagulant treatment, can worsen the effects of the treatment!
Average chemical composition
- Mineral matter (on M.S): 6 - 14 %.
- Carbohydrates (on M.S.): 8 - 20 %.
- Protein (on D.M.): 45 - 70 %.
- Fat (on D.M.): 2 - 9 %.
Mineral matter (average in % on D.M.)
- Phosphorus: 2
- Calcium: 1.4
- Potassium: 1,4
- Magnesium: 1
- Sodium : 0,9
Trace elements (average in mg/kg on M.S)
- Iron : 1190
- Manganese: 65
- Zinc : 30
- Copper : 9
- Nickel : 5
- Cobalt: 1.8
Vitamins (average in mg/kg on M.S)
- Vit. C : 145
- Vit. E : 115
- Vit. B3 : 100
- Vit. A : 69
INGREDIENTS: Spirulina platensis powder
Do not exceed the indicated dose.
Do not use as a substitute for a varied diet.
Keep out of reach of young children.
Store away from heat and humidity.