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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!

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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.

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Farming Spirulina heals the environment.

Farming Spirulina heals the environment.

Spirulina cultivation is much more sustainable than livestock farming. It can be cultivated with simple resources and, it requires less land and water to grow than livestock and most vegetables. Spirulina is just clean, sustainable, nutritious goodness!

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Spirulina pasta: sustainable brain food!

Spirulina pasta: sustainable brain food!

Did you know that this powerful algae has 16 amino acids, in which Spirulina supplies 8 essential amino acids including tryptophan, which affects mood and cognition. Tryptophan aids in the production of serotonin, AKA “the happiness chemical”.

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