Good Health Spirulina

$29.40 $33.90

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Spirulina is the most nutritious, concentrated wholefood known. Spirulina is a blue-green algae containing over 60 different nutrients including vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids and phytonutrients.


Spirulina has more protein per gram than beef, chicken, and soybeans, more beta-carotene than carrots, more calcium than milk and more iron than spinach.

Spirulina provides you with a wide range of health benefits: its natural energy-rich nutrients make it ideal for people who are feeling run down, worn out, exhausted or iron deficient. It is also ideal for athletes, people who exercise regularly, vegetarians, vegans and anyone in need of an energy boost.

Spirulina provides antioxidant protection as well as support for everyday health and vitality. Good Health Spirulina is:

  • Hawaiian Grown - known to be the best source of Spirulina in the world
  • Dried using special patented Ocean Chill Drying™ which ensure the highest nutrients content available
  • Superior quality, grown in spring water free from contaminants, pesticides, waste and herbicides and giving a fresh taste.

Uses

Add to smoothies or juices, or sprinkle over other foods daily.

  •  Supports general health and mineral levels, and Vibrant energy levels
  • Athletes & Body Builders
  • Tonic for anaemia, low iron, B12, folic acid deficiencies
  • Great supplementary nutrition for vegetarians & vegans
  • Supports detoxification, liver & kidney protection
  • Great nutritional support for a weight loss program
  • Safe nutritional supplement for use during pregnancy and for children and babies

 

Nutritional Information

Ingredients:

Contains 100% Hawaiian Spirulina

Please see product data image for nutritional analysis

Does not contain gluten, wheat, dairy, artificial flavours, artificial sweeteners or artificial colours.

Other:

No known contra-indications. May be taken with other medications and supplements. No side effects known to be reported. People with hereditary haemochromatosis or iron overload should not take iron containing supplements

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