Spirulina is mainly made up of proteins and contains all the essential amino acids for our body. It is also rich in vitamins, minerals and active compounds with beneficial effects on our health.
Spirulina can be safely consumed in tablet, flake or liquid form. Its safety as a food has been established by centuries of human use as well as by rigorous toxicological studies. Spirulina has also demonstrated its benefits on multiple occasions.
Thanks to its high concentration of vitamins and minerals, one of the benefits of spirulina is that it can fill the deficiencies regularly observed and due to the current diet often unbalanced.
The recommended daily dose of 5g covers a significant part of the recommended intake of iron (38%) and vitamin B12 (29%). These two elements contribute to a normal energy metabolism and to reduce fatigue.
The immune system is our body's protection system against all attacks from pathogenic organisms, such as bacteria, viruses and other parasites, as well as against agents identified as foreign or external.
Vitamin B12 and iron, naturally present in spirulina, contribute to the normal functioning of the immune system in case of identified external aggression.
Iron, naturally present in spirulina, contributes to the normal transport of oxygen in the body. As seen previously, this allows a normal energy metabolism and reduces fatigue. Indeed, these effects are due to the capacity of iron to contribute to the normal formation of red blood cells.