Fresh and dried spirulina is heavily compressed with a variety of essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. Its dense with B vitamins, as well as vitamins D, E, and K. The benefits seem to go on, and on, and on. It’s a good source of magnesium, iron, it has more calcium than milk, et cetera, et cetera! This is why spirulina is currently being lauded as a superfood, helpful for preventing and reducing the effects of certain ailments not limited to anemia, muscle fatigue and high cholesterol.
Nutrient deficiency is a key factor contributing to immune system weakness. Spirulina can support a healthy diet, as just a few grams is dense with all those vitamins and minerals mentioned above. The National Institute of Health also confirmed that it inhibits the release of histamine, thus reducing the effects of allergies.
Spirulina paste and powder is an easy all-natural additive to the foods we already enjoy. As this food of the future’s reputation continues to bloom, more and more companies are offering spirulina products—from powder, to pills, to infused foods and drinks. It’s sustainable, lasts years if dehydrated properly, and increasingly available thanks to the world’s blossoming interest in its nutritional power.