Spirulina

Spirulina
What it is: It is a cyanobacterium that belongs to the genus Arthrospira. It consists of many cells that form colonies in the form of threads which, most times, are spiral, which it is named after. It lives and grows in water rich in carbonates and bicarbonates with alkaline pH (up to 11).

How it works: Spirulina is one of the richest sources of nature of plant pigments (such as chlorophyll, carotenoids and phycocyanins) and a highly digestible protein (usually over 55%), while it provides vitamins and minerals, fatty acids and other compounds of vital importance for the body. It has antioxidant, antimutagenic and anti-inflammatory properties.

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