Easy to absorb, spirulina can be especially beneficial for people who have poor nutrient assimilation.

   

 Spirulina: The Green Food 


Spirulina is a microscopic aquatic plant call blue-green algae and it has been around for millions of years. Spirulina is a nutritional power-house. It contains:

• protein (more than beef and digestible!)
• vitamins
• caretenoids
• essential fatty acids
• natural digestive enzymes

The rich chlorophyll content makes it good for cleansing our body systems. Easy to absorb, spirulina can be especially beneficial for people who have poor nutrient assimilation.

Eating Clean: 100 Appetizing Solutions – Wheat-free & Dairy free incorporates “green food” in its blended fruit beverages, in which the grassy taste that some people find hard to get used to, is almost unnoticeable.

Consult your naturopath or nutrition professional for specific brand recommendations.

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Spirulina is a nutritional power-house.

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