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Benefits of Spirulina.

Spirulina is a potent source of protein and Omega 3 without the empty calories! Feel good and be kind to your body by consuming products with this amazing superfood as an ingredient!

If NASA uses it, then it is good enough for everyone! Spirulina as an ingredient offers high sources of essential minerals such as iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium and zinc! Why would you not put this in your body?!

Spirulina is a "Superfood" for a reason! It is a natural multivitamin consisting of vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B8, B9, C, D, E and K, plus so much other goodness. Awesomely, it is made from sustainable farming!

Learn More from quick Spring-Reads!

Read below and go on a journey to discover all things Spirulina! Each article is short, and is jammed packed with interesting information on Spirulina and why this superfood should be in your household!

The United Nations agree that Spirulina cultivation is good!

The United Nations agree that Spirulina cultivation is good!

Two branches of the United Nations —the Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Health Organization— agree that Spirulina cultivation is good for the Earth and our stomachs!
Spirulina: an ancient superfood!

Spirulina: an ancient superfood!

Spirulina has been around for billions of years—approximately 3.5 billion years out of the 4.5 billion that Earth has been around. This makes it one of the oldest living organisms on our planet. This type of algae had been playing a crucial role in balancing carbon dioxide levels and atmospheric oxygen long before the first humanlike species ever walked the Earth.
The United Nations agree that Spirulina cultivation is good!

The United Nations agree that Spirulina cultivation is good!

Two branches of the United Nations —the Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Health Organization— agree that Spirulina cultivation is good for the Earth and our stomachs!
Spirulina: an ancient superfood!

Spirulina: an ancient superfood!

Spirulina has been around for billions of years—approximately 3.5 billion years out of the 4.5 billion that Earth has been around. This makes it one of the oldest living organisms on our planet. This type of algae had been playing a crucial role in balancing carbon dioxide levels and atmospheric oxygen long before the first humanlike species ever walked the Earth.