Become a space cadet
Nasa tested Spirulina for use in space as a food for astronauts. That is because it has a 60% protein content, and contains all nine of the essential amino acids the body can’t make itself but really needs to get through the stuff you eat.
Spirulina is a bit out of this world – a microscopic multi-cellular cyanobacterium or blue-green algae, to give it its more user friendly name; this colourful plant grows in pools and is thought to be one of the first organisms to have colonised the earth.
So to get super green, put Spirulina in your juices and smoothies and feel good and green all day.
- A brilliant source of Iron to reduce tiredness and fatigue
- Super high in protein for normal muscle and bone function
- High in Calcium which contributes to normal muscle function
- High in Iron which helps oxygen transport around the body
- High in Magnesium which helps reduce tiredness and fatigue
- A source of fibre for a normal digestive system