Spirulina is a type of blue-green algae that contains a number of nutrients, including B vitamins, beta-carotene, and vitamin E. Spirulina also contains antioxidants, minerals, chlorophyll, and phycocyanobilin and is commonly used as a source of vegan protein.
Research suggests that spirulina has antioxidant and inflammation-fighting properties, as well as the ability to help regulate the immune system.
- High Nutrient and Mineral content :-
One tablespoon or 7 grams (g) of dried spirulina contains:
It also contains thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, and vitamins B-6, A, and K.
- Aides in Losing weight
People can usually lose weight if they eat fewer calories than they use. Spirulina is a high-nutrient, low-calorie food that contains a lot of nutrition in a small amount of powder. Introducing spirulina to the diet may help people lose weight without losing nutrition.
- Improving gut health
- Helps Manage Diabetes.
- Lowers Cholesterol.
- Regulate High Blood Pressure,
- Reduces Allergic Reactions to Allergens.
- Cleanses Blood of Metallic Poisoning.
- Supporting mental health via supporting healthy serotonin levels.
As a powder, people can:
- add it to smoothies, which gives the drink a green color
- sprinkle spirulina powder on salads or in soups
- mix it into energy balls, along with other healthful ingredients
- stir a tablespoon into fruit or vegetable juices.