What Is the Spirulina?
What is the Spirulina? Spirulina is the blue-green algae. It is a primitive plant form. The Spirulina’s structure is close to the living things which existed billions of years ago. Some scientists like Christopher Hills, Ph.D., D.Sc., calls the Spirulina vegetable plankton. The color is greenish blue.
The name of Spirulina came from the Latin word spiral.
Home of Spirulina
Originally, Spirulina resides and grows naturally in the lakes of Africa, Peru, and Mexico. The Spirulina found in the lake Aranguadi and Chiltu in Ethiopia, in the lakes Elementia, Rudolf, Nakuru (in the picture above) in Kenya, in the lake Johann in Chad. Lake Buccacina in Peru contains Spirulina. The algae grow naturally in the Lake Texcoco in Mexico.
People, who live by these lakes, use Spirulina as food.
Flamingos, beautiful birds, continually enjoy this vegetable plankton. Do you know that the algae cause long legs of flamingos become pink?
I wonder maybe they are gorgeous and skinny thanks to Spirulina?
The Future’s Food
What is the Spirulina? The Spirulina is the unique algae. Why? The Spirulina contains minerals, proteins, amino acids, vitamins, chlorophyll, ferments, phycocyanin, and analog to coenzyme Q 10.
Minerals are iron (Fe), iodine (I), calcium (Ca), sodium(Na), potassium (K), copper ( Cu), magnesium (Mg), manganese (Mn), zinc ( Zn), phosphorus (P), selenium(Se), vanadium(V).
Vitamins are thiamine( B1), riboflavin(B2), pantothenic acid (B5), pyridoxine (B6), folic acid(B9), A ( a group of unsaturated organic compounds such as retinol, retinal, retinoic acid and few of provitamin A carotenoids), E ( a group of compounds, which include tocopherols and tocotrienols), C ( L-ascorbic acid), PP ( Niacin or vitamin B3).
Spirulina has ribonucleic acid (RNA) and deoxyribonucleic acid (DNR).
Spirulina contains chlorophyll. The chlorophyll is the source of organic iron.
Phycocyanin, which found in Spirulina, may stop the growth of harmful cells and improve the immune system.
The Usage of Spirulina
The Spirulina called the food of future. The spectrum of the therapeutic usage is broad.
According to the Dr. Richard Kriauciunas, M.D., Spirulina helps
- Regulate arterial blood pressure
- Regulate protein and lipid metabolism
- Normalize the gut flora
- Protect from free radicals
- Stimulate macrophages, which fight against malignant cells
- Create the alkaline environment in the body
The Spirulina recommended as the nutritional supplement which gives you all active and needed material for recovering and strengthening of the body.
Christopher Hills, Ph. D., D. Sc recommends using Spirulina for health protection.
Prevention is the best way to protect ourselves from unpleasant consequences when our well-being starts to shake up.
In the book, Secrets of Spirulina Christopher Hills Ph.D., D.Sc. shows examples where Spirulina helped his patients.
Anemia, liver problems, diabetes, pancreatitis, gastroenteric disorders straighten up with the support of Spirulina.
The example of vast improvement when the patient experienced hair loss documented in this book The Secrets of Spirulina. It seems that Spirulina supplied nutrients and encouraged the growth of hair. It did not happen as the patient was hairy again, but it was a darkening effect of the downy hair.The darkening effect recorded on the silky white hair.
What Is the Spirulina?
Spirulina is balanced and delicious with vital nutrients substance. People who lived by lakes used and use Spirulina as the source of food. This superfood used for hundreds of years, and it is safe to eat.
According to Christopher Hills, Spirulina can help humanity to survive and have Spirulina as the staple food.
I think that it is an excellent message to people who want feel well and live balanced lives.
There is countless evidence of documented results by users of Spirulina and health professionals.
The book Whole Truth about Spirulina, edited by Wendy Fulcher contains letters of people who used Spirulina. Users share their joy and contentment when they write about results using Spirulina.