Add A Complex Nutrient To Your Complex Diet

August 18, 2015

Exclusive DietAre you improving your health (losing weight, avoiding stomach aches, improving your digestion, on and on) by changing what you eat? Whether you’re avoiding gluten, eating more protein, only certain types of fruits and vegetables, or have started eliminating possible allergens, you should always support changing (or complex!) diets with a multivitamin.

And the more complex or restrictive, the more you should add—multivitamins cover your bases for a standard diet, but if you’ve got a lot going on, you should have a bigger safety net.

Think you’ve got the perfect diet? Unfortunately it’s not a perfect world. Even if you’re logging everything you eat on a nutrition app, you can’t control what you can’t control, like the actual nutritional value of your food. For instance? Did you know that an organic strawberry has more vitamin c than a non-organic strawberry?

It’s not as well studied as it could be (what a can of worms!), but there are a lot of factors that impact the quality of your food. Organic or not, what type of peach/tomato/whatever (a white peach or a yellow peach? An uncommon heirloom tomato, or a mostly water-flavored common tomato?), where it’s grown, how it’s fertilized/soil rotated, and on and on can change the quality of what you’re getting.

You can spend more time shopping to eat better: stick to planning meals around what’s in season (if you can within your specific dietary guidelines), and choose fruits and vegetables based on depth of color and richness of smell, which are usually (but not always) good indicators.

Then add a true superfood to your supporting supplements: Spirulina. With iron (giving up red meat?), enzymes (aid digestion!), essential fatty acids, amino acids, vitamins, powerful antioxidants, and more, spirulina is a great addition to any diet, special or otherwise. It’s even a part of astronauts diets!

Spirulina also is a prebiotic, meaning it supports and boosts the good bacteria in your stomach (which can protect you from other pathogens, support digestion, and more!).

Best of all, spirulina is vegan. It’s completely plant-derived. To add it to your diet try Blu-Lina Organic Spirulina—it fits into your almost any diet since it’s free of additives (common to most other supplements), allergens (soy, wheat, egg, and on and on), and more. And of course, it’s GMO free and organic.

Support your health and your diet with Blu-Lina Organic Spirulina.

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