Spirulina is rich in Vitamins A, C, E and the B-complex vitamins. These vitamins are found in their natural form.
Spirulina is rich in natural minerals including Calcium, Iron and Magnesium and is also rich in proteins, including the essential amino acids.
Spirulina has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, the main active compound is Phocyanin . It has powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties(1)
Spirulina studies show that it may reduce blood pressure. A higher dose of spirulina has been shown to lead to lower blood pressure levels, a major risk factor for many diseases(2)
Spirulina capsules can be effective against allergic rhinitis, helping to reduce various symptoms (3)
Spirulina supplementation, studies have shown that may enhance endurance, and one study shows that it can increase muscle strength and vitality.(4)
Spirulina, May help with blood sugar control.
Nutritional Analysis per 100 grams
Fat (% of dry matter) 0.6 – 1.8
Protein (% of dry matter) 7.81
Carbohydrates (% of dry matter) 48
Vitamin C (ppm, ug/g) 122.81
Calcium (mg/kg) 9400
Iron (mg/kg) 103
Magnesium (mg/kg) 26520
Manganese (mg/kg) <1.0
Sodium (mg/kg) 8.40
Copper (mg/kg) 8.1
Iodine (ppm, ug/g) 70
B12 (ug) 10