Did you know that Spirulina is considered to be the “green gold of the future?” The name “Spirulina” is derived from the Latin word for “helix” or “spiral,” because of the physical configuration when it is forming in swirling, microscopic strands. Even though it is single celled, Spirulina is relatively large - around 0.5 millimeters in length. Some individual Spirulina cells are visible to the naked eye, as they are around 100 times the size of most other algae.
So what is so great about Spirulina? It contains:
65-71% biologically complete protein which is rapidly and easily assimilated by our bodies, due to its lack of hard cellular walls.
Many minerals due to its preference for very alkaline waters.
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