Nature's Way Herbal Health Inc - Health Educator - Dr. Kathy Deane DHS DNM RHT MH
Spirulina- The Next Best Thing To Sunlight- Restores Lives!
By Health Educator Dr. Kathy Deane DHS DNM RHT RNT MH NS ID# 336247-CA
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A single tablespoon (7 grams) of dried spirulina powder contains Protein: 4 grams.Vitamin B1 (Thiamin): 11% of the RDA. Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): 15% of the RDA. Vitamin B3 (Niacin): 4% of the RDA. Copper: 21% of the RDA. Iron: 11% of the RDA. And all essential amino acids.
Some of the most popular health questions asked about Spirulina. Research shows how and why Spirulina covers five of the most important health issues today:
Spirulina delivers 20 times more protein per acre than soybeans, 200 times more than beef. It also contains decent amounts of magnesium, potassium and manganese, and small amounts of almost every other nutrient that we need. This is coming with only 20 calories, and 1.7 grams of digestible Carbohydrate. Gram for gram, this means that spirulina may literally be the single most nutritious food on the planet.
A tablespoon of spirulina contains a small amount of fat (around 1 gram), including both omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids in about a 1.5:1 ratio.
The quality of the protein in spirulina is considered excellent, comparable to eggs.
100 capsules. Single herb. Ingredients: 400 mg of the blue-green microalgae vegetable plankton. High in beta-carotene, calcium, chlorophyll, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, protein, and selenium. It is also one of the few plant sources of vitamin B12. Recommendation: Take one capsule with a meal twice daily.
Spirulina is a blue-green algae that grows in warm, alkaline fresh waters around the world, including Lake Texcoco in Mexico, and Lakes Rudolf and Nakura in Kenya. Spirulina is 65-71 percent complete protein; compared to beef's 22 percent protein, making it one of the richest vegetable sources of protein known. The digestibility of spirulina protein is rated 85%, compared to approximately 20% for beef protein. Did you know? The value of spirulina as a food source is demonstrated by the fact that when the Spanish conquered the Aztec Empire, they found the natives using green algae (spirulina) from Lake Texcoco in their diets. According to studies published in Medication and New Drugs, spirulina supplementation slows the loss the white blood cells associated with chemotherapy and radiation treatments of cancer.