Imagine one food that can pretty much do it all for your body by providing the nutrients you need. And the food we are talking about is SPIRULINA. It’s considered to be the most nutritious food in the world. It strengthens the immune system, prevents allergies, helps with cholesterol and blood pressure, and much much more. All you need is just one tablespoon a day!
In fact, Spirulina contains all the essential amino acids so vital to achieve optimal health! Spirulina treats HIV, type 2 diabetes, eliminates candid, prevents cancer, arthritis and more.
One of its most incredible qualities is the protein content. By weight, Spirulina is about 60% protein, making it an ideal food for vegans and vegetarians.
Spirulina Cleanses and Detoxes Your Body
Spirulina is an incredible chelating agent that can get rid of toxins such as mercury, and aluminum.
Spirulina Improved HIV
A 2012 study published in the journal of Applied Phycology, revealed that spirulina supplementation can slow HIV progression.
A large study of 169 HIV infected people was performed in Cameroon, Africa. In this study, spirulia was not given to half of the participants. The rest of the subjects involved were given 10 grams per day for a year!. And the results were unbelievable.
The subjects who were supplementing with spirulina showed a massive decrease of HIV in the blood and a much stronger immune system.
Spirulina Treats Type 2 Diabetes
A massive study carried out over 30 years ago among 1297 patients with type 1 Diabetes showed visible improvement over just one year. Spirulina intake led to balanced blood sugar levels.
A 2008 Korean study discovered that the blood-fat levels of the participants who took 12 weeks of spirulina supplements were significantly reduced.
Can everybody take spirulina?
If you are sensitive to iodine, you should avoid taking spirulina because it contains iodine. Additionally, people with hyperparathyroidism should also avoid spirulina.
Those who are highly allergic to seafood or seaweed should also stay away from spirulina.
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