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Spirulina: A Superfood To Fight Toxicity


Spirulina (Spirulina platensis) often gets misclassified as an herb, but it’s actually a bacteria, or a blue-green algae that’s found in pristine freshwater lakes, ponds, and rivers. . It occurs as filaments less than 1 mm long, consisting of transparent cells stacked end-to-end, taking on the spiral shape for which the algae is named. It is the very algae you might find on top of a pond. You may turn it off as pond scum, but it is actually good for you in so many ways.


The blue-green deep rich color of Spirulina is caused by the presence of a specific pigment called phycocyanin.

Benefits of Spirulina :


Detoxes Heavy Metals

Studies show that after giving 24 patients affected by chronic arsenic poisoning spirulina extract (250 mg) plus zinc (2 mg) twice daily, they compared the results with 17 patients who took a placebo and found that the spirulina-zinc combination worked wonderfully.

Eliminates Candida:

Spirulina benefits have been shown to promote the growth of healthy bacterial flora in the intestines, which in turn inhibits Candida from thriving.


Lowers Blood Pressure 

Phycocyanin is a pigment found in the spirulina that scientists have discovered possesses antihypertensive effects.

Reduces Cholesterol

Spirulina benefits have also been shown to prevent atherosclerosis and reduce elevated blood cholesterol levels.

You might like the pungent taste of Spirulina powder, so the best way to have this would be by adding it to smoothies, mixing it in soups or dips.


Spirulina Side Effects:

Take your time when you begin taking Spirulina because you should want to see how your body will react. If you have a seafood allergy, you would want to avoid Spirulina as it may cause an allergic reaction.

Spirulina can provoke migraines or light fever; for some it can cause constipation, for others diarrhea too.


Spirulina is a 100% alkaline complete health food that contains all the 46 essential nutrients required by the human body. Made from blue green algae,the Vedic Delite Spirulina Powder contains all the 46 essential nutrients that are required by the human body for healthy functioning.

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Spirulina is a natural source of Amino acids, Vitamins and Minerals as plant enzymes. Enzymes are proteins molecules that are integral part of many important systems within the body.


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Rich in essential nutrients like proteins, vitamins and minerals. Enhances general health. Packed with the goodness of herbal spirulina, this supplement offers proteins, vitamins and minerals.

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The Health Benefits of Spirulina – One of the World’s Most Nutritious Foods


All of us are convinced about the undoubted advantages of natural & organic foods. We know that the total absence of artificial soil nutrition and pesticides makes for naturally nutritious and tasty foods that lead to holistic health.


In context of the increased awareness of healthy foods leading to a healthy mind, and in celebration of World Food Day this week, which falls on June 5, 2013, we bring to you some insights into an almost magical wonder food – Spirulina!


What is Spirulina?

Spirulina is one of a family of nutritional algaes. They are usually found in warm and alkaline waters all over the world, mostly in South America, Africa, and Mexico. The name spirulina is derived from the Latin word for helix or spiral; reflecting the physical configuration of the organism as it forms swirling, microscopic strands.

It is one of the best sources of gamma linolenic acid (GLA) which is usually only found in mother’s milk. GLA is an omega-6 fatty acid that’s important for growth and development as well as having many other healthy properties. No other food offers anywhere near the health benefits of spirulina (except for its close relative, chlorella). Spirulina is an incredibly dense green superfood, rather than a nutritional supplement.

In fact, believe it or not, just one teaspoon of spirulina has the nutritional value of several servings of common vegetables!

Spirulina is widely used as an ingredient in most green superfood powders and is beneficial as an aid in weight-loss programs as well.


Nutritional Content of Spirulina

Spirulina contains about 70% protein, vitamin E, vitamin C, beta carotene, B vitamins and chlorophyll. is the world’s most digestible natural source of high quality protein. Its predigested protein, containing all eight essential amino acids, is absorbed almost immediately, and its simple carbohydrates yield immediate yet sustained energy. Many world-class athletes recognize the incredible benefits of Spirulina for performing at their peak physical ability on a daily basis.

It also has abundant essential fatty acids, B vitamins, antioxidants and minerals like calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium and zinc.

Especially important for vegetarians, one tablespoon of Spirulina provides about 300% of your RDA for vitamin B-12.

Benefits of Spirulina

It has significant positive effects on people suffering from type 2 diabetes. Studies show that it has the ability to reduce fasting blood sugar levels in the body after 6 to 8 weeks of intake.

Spirulina contains the essential fatty acid gamma-linoleic acid, which can help prevent conditions such as heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, and even cancer. It helps support a healthy pH balance in your body. A diet heavy on acidic foods such as animal proteins and grains can be effectively balanced by the alkaline properties of Spirulina.

The other benefits of Spirulina:

  • Inhibits the power of many viruses
  • Helps diminish allergies such as hay fever
  • Helps protect the liver from toxins
  • Helps reduce blood pressure and cholesterol
  • Helps control symptoms of ulcerative colitis
  • Exerts strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects
  • Helps boost the immune system
  • Cleanses & detoxifies the system
  • Protectes against environmental toxins, air and water pollution, and other contaminants that you’re being exposed to every day.

Choosing and Using Spirulina Products

Spirulina is one of the most important foods in any diet. It makes an admirable substitute for dark green leafy vegetables.

A fun way to get Spirulina into your diet is to blend it into a green smoothie. Smoothies  are easily the best way to get more antioxidants and all their benefits into your diet. A basic smoothie recipe uses coconut milk, a banana, two raw organic eggs or protein powder, and a spoonful of Spirulina and chlorella combined in a blender. Bananas blend well with Spirulina, and mask the bitterness very well — just make sure you use very ripe ones.

Spirulina can turn your ordinary smoothie into a nutrient-dense meal with the antioxidant benefits of 6 or more servings of fruits and vegetables — your entire minimum daily requirement! Just try it once, you will get all pumped up!!

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