Round Out Your Diet

July 16, 2015

If you aren’t familiar with spirulina, read on, because it may be the perfect addition to your nutritional safety net so that you have a complete diet.

Spirulina is famous for use in the diet of astronauts. It’s a plant algae that spent centuries as an important source of nutrition in the Americas and Africa—high in iron, spirulina has a lot of chlorophyll (which supports healthy blood), as well as other nutrients. It has all 8 essential amino acids (as a food, spirulina has a lot of protein!).

With all that, you can see why Spirulina is so handy to have around—it’s a great supplement if you’re vegan or eating another special diet. Easy to digest, it’s great for people with digestive troubles or trouble absorbing nutrients.

Even if you don’t have specific problems, spirulina supports good digestion. It’s loaded with enzymes and is considered a prebiotic (meaning it supports the good bacteria—probiotics—in your gastrointestinal tract).

In a study, spirulina was even found to boost the immune system by white blood cells and other immune activity. Another study found that it’s antioxidant properties were beneficial for people with diabetes.

The easiest way to get spirulina into your diet is with a high-quality supplement like Blu-Lina Organic Spirulina from Colloids for Life. With essential fatty acids, spirulina is a superfood to not miss out on.

Made without allergens like soy, egg, wheat, dairy, etc., Blu-Lina Organic Spirulina can easily be added to any diet. Whether you lean on it a little for a nutritional boost or a lot to make sure your bases or covered, it’s a very affordable addition to your diet!

Have you tried Spirulina? What are your thoughts?

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