Spirulina – fat + energy
Spirulina supports the body’s ability to preserve glycogen stores and utilizes fat for energy more efficiently. Spirulina also reduces oxidative damage and promotes antioxidant activity after exercise.
Spirulina is extraordinary protein rich and one of the few sources of plant-based protein, more than 65 % of its weight is protein.
It’s especially beneficial as it contains the full B vitamin complex essential for optimum metabolic energy metabolism.
The high mineral content aids in the maintenance and repair of bones joints and connective tissues.
Spirulina offers every essential nutrient required to maintain optimum health. It will assimilate more efficiently than any synthetic supplement on the market.
Spirulina is renowned for its health benefits and is perhaps one of the most nutritionally dense foods known to man. It contains 15 of the 18 essential elements of which the human body is composed. The seaweeds are a great source of natural of Iodine, an essential nutrient for the thyroid gland. Due to its positive effect on the thyroid, it will greatly aid in any weight loss program.
Spirulina is rich in Vitamins:
Spirulina is rich in the minerals:
- Iodine (High)
- Sulphur (High)
Key Benefits of Spirulina
- No.1 source of natural mineral Iodine
- The most mineral-rich seaweed blend on the planet
- Helps restore and balance thyroid function
- Improves all round health strengthening mind and body
How to take spirulina?
On an empty stomach: Take from 2 to 6 capsules of Spirulina twice a day (doses for athletes)
Recommended dosage: 10 gr per day (daily requirements of Vitamin A and Iron)
Suggestion: the first week start with a minimum dose and then improve following your workout needs.
To lose weight: take spirulina half an hour before eating with a glass of water. The sense of fullness will help in eating less without feeling hungry.
To take weight: take spirulina after eating, with a dessert
As a supplement: add spirulina to fruit and green smoothie