The Benefits

of Spirulina

A magical micro-algae

What is Spirulina?

Spirulina is a microalgae superfood with incredible benefits for both humans and animals. Like other blue-green microalgae, spirulina is a  microscopic plant that grows in freshwater. Spirulina has more protein than meat, fish, poultry, soybeans and contains all eight essential amino acids. It is also rich in iron, vitamins A, E, and B, potassium, enzymes, minerals, phytonutrients, and beneficial fatty acids like DHA and GLA.
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Why take spirulina?

The health benefits

  • Stimulates the immune system
  • Reduces the risk of cancer
  • Boosts iron and improves anemia
  • Helps the body resist viral infections
  • Works to lower cholesterol and glucose levels
  • Improves kidney function
  • Fights radiation sickness
  • Promotes faster healing

Good for you, good for the planet

Sustainable Farming

Beyond its health benefits, Spirulina farming is also great for the environment. Algae has powerful remediation potential for contaminated water and air pollution. Spirulina cultivation can help control climate change while offering a clean and nutrient dense food source to the growing world population.  

Consume Spirulina

A fresh green start

No matter what your eating habits may be, Spirulina can be easily introduced into your everyday diet. A small daily dose of  4-6 grams (0.14- 0.2 oz) is all you need. Though spirulina is most nutritious when eaten raw, it can also be taken in a powdered tablet or as an added ingredient to a variety of healthy snacks!

Danu Spirulina - Coming Spring 2020

Danu Spirulina products are hydroponically cultivated in beautiful state of California. We harvest in small batches to offer you both an artisan experience and the highest quality Spirulina so all our customers thrive.

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