It’s the nutrient dense superfood we need for protection today!
1. Highest 60% digestible protein, balanced amino acids
2. Highest beta-carotene food, rich in antioxidants
3. Highest vitamin B-12, rich in b-vitamin complex vitamins
4. Rich in iron and naturally colloidal trace minerals
5. Highest gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) essential fatty acid
6. Rainbow of pigments, polysaccharides and phytonutrients
International spirulina research reveals health benefits
Proven health benefits from 45 years of customer experience and published international medical research.
Six health benefits from the phycocyanin, polysaccharides, antioxidants and phytonutrients in 3 grams per day:
1. Promotes and stimulates immune system protection
2. Restores and enhances beneficial intestinal flora
3. Enhances body’s own healing response with phycobilins
4. Strengthens neuro-protection and promotes anti-aging
5. Detoxifies pollutants, heavy metals, radioactive compounds
6. Improves eye and cell health with antioxidants and carotenoids
Commercial Spirulina Farms
Spirulina has been the most cultivated microalgae. There are now farms in as many as 40 countries.
It has these six advantages:
1. Historically consumed safe nutritious food
2. Can successfully grow outdoors in ponds
3. Easy to harvest with microscreens
4. 40 years published scientific medical research
5. Existing global market already developed
6. Lower cost of entry for small scale production
Land and Water Advantages
Land and Water AdvantagesMicroalgae like spirulina can move us beyond scarcity to abundance with ecologically sound cultivation.
It has resource advantages in land, water and energy to produce one kilogram of protein:
1. Land area is 20 times less than soy, 40 times less than corn, 200 times less than beef
2. Fertile land is not required- any flat land is OK
3. Water use is 5 times less than soy, 7 times less than corn, 20 times less than beef
4. Fresh water is not required- brackish and alkaline water is OK
5. Less energy consumption than soy, corn or beef protein
6. Inside greenhouses, spirulina can be cultivated locally in many temperate climates.