Spirulina Powder 4.23oz/120g Rich in Antioxidant
[SPIRULINA FROM HAINAN]: King Dnarmsa has 1,000,000 m2 manufacturing site with over 500 microalgae breeding ponds in Hainan island, and the production facilities are certified by HACCP, ISO 22000,BRC. Both King Dnarmsa’s spirulina and chlorella certified by USDA National Organic Program (NOP), Naturland, Halal Koser Certificate.
[HIGH-QUALITY SPIRULINA SPECIES]: Spirulina riches in beta-carotene and the essential fatty acid GLA, iron, B-complex vitamins, vitamins D, E and C, along with potassium, selenium, manganese, copper, chromium, magnesium, phosphorus and zinc. Spirulina provides support for the body’s energy.
Spirulina is rich in protein containing all the essential amino acids. It contains the highest concentration of protein of any plant, herb or animal on per gm basis. It contains 70% of Vitamin B12 complex, and 18 kinds of Essential Amino Acids and antioxidants. Boost your daily energy with all nature sourced vitamins!
[Purity- Nothing but Spirulina]: The finest ingredients which is cultivated in pure water, unpolluted area and sunny sunlight in Hainan island. King Dnarmsa’s spirulina is no GMOs, no binders, no artificial colors, no artificial flavoring, and no preservatives added, just the pure spirulina nutritive ingredient. Also, 100% vegan friendly.
[Nature Alkalizing Superfood]: King Dnarmsa’s algae research institute, as one of the few algae research institutions in the country, not only solved many technical problems in breeding, new products and process development, but also actively carried out foreign technical cooperation and exchanges. It has carried out cooperation with domestic well-known universities and research institutes and get a number of new products and patents and other intellectual property results.
Spirulina– Alkaline Superfood
What is Spirulina?
Spirulina is a blue-green microalgae, grows in both fresh and salt water, which is also one of the oldest life forms on Earth. Spirulina is a highly nutritious, all natural blue-green algae and a rich source of vitamins, β-carotene, minerals, chlorophyll, gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) and protein. As spirulina contains abundant nutritional value and health benefits, it was considered as a the most nutritious superfoods in the world.
It grows in water with a high pH (alkaline) and after it has been harvested, you can buy spirulina in tablet, flake, powder and liquid forms. And now it is generally called “superfoods” today.
Spirulina– A Complete Food
Specifically, spirulina is packed with all these vital nutrients that can support your health.
Beta-carotene– Spirulina has 10 times the beta-carotene of carrots, which is can be antioxidants.
Complete protein– Spirulina is between 65 and 75% protein and contains all nine essential amino acids.
Essential Fatty Acids– Gamma linolenic acid (GLA), one of the rarest essential fatty acids, is found in spirulina.
Vitamins– B vitamins, vitamin C and E are all present in spirulina.
Minerals– Spirulina is a rich source of potassium, as well as calcium, chromium, copper, iron and magnesium.
Phytonutrients– Spirulina has plant-based nutrients which including chlorophyll, polysaccharides, sulfolipids, and glycolipids.
Phycocyanin– A unique spirulina Extract, which is known to support healthy inflammatory response and has many antioxidant effects.
For daily maintenance, standard daily dose of spirulina is 1-3 grams and will show to have some effect.
Chlorella v.s. Spirulina: The differences
What’s the difference between them and which of these two superfoods would benefit them the most?
Chlorella is a green unicellular freshwater algae that is rich in protein, vitamins (including vitamin B12), minerals (especially iron), amino and nucleic acids. Chlorella algae boast a high chlorophyll content that helps cleanse our blood and tissue, making it particularly useful for detoxification. Also, Chlorella contains a special Growth Factor which can help repair damage to nerve tissue.
Spirulina is a blue-green unicellular freshwater algae packed with protein, vitamins (including vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and K), essential minerals (including iron, calcium and magnesium), trace minerals, essential fatty acids, nucleic acids (both RNA and DNA), polysaccharides and antioxidants. Especially Spirulina is a better source of GLA (gamma-linoleic acid), a ‘good’ fat that is essential for brain and heart function.