Superfoods - Spirulina
Spirulina is a type of algae that is fast becoming one of the most fashionable food supplements, although it dates back to the Aztecs. It is rich in proteins (more than 50% of its composition), which provide eight essential amino acids of the type that the body cannot synthesise. Its unique composition has inspired the UN to declare Spirulina algae as “Basic food for cases of malnutrition”.
|Organic spirulina podwer
Free from artificial colours, added sugars and preservatives.
How to use
Add a dessert tablespoon to your smoothies and milkshakes, juices, vegetable drinks, green sauces, vegetable cream, or any recipe.
Add it once the dish is tempered.
1 dessert tablespoon = around 5 grams
Contains 150 g (5.29 oz.)
We meet the highest quality standards during the collection and processing of the spirulina we use, which has led it to become a certified organic product.
Rich in iron
Spirulina is a rich source of iron. Iron is an essential mineral for the human body and has a number of important functions, including the creation of healthy red blood cells and haemoglobin as well as the effective transportation of oxygen around the body.
Rich in proteins
Spirulina is a type of algae rich in proteins. Proteins make up part of a number of structures in the body, including muscles.
|Ingredients||%/100 g||Quantity/100 g|
|of which are saturated fat||3.42%||3.42 g|
|Omega 6 (linoleic acid)||0.94%||0.94 g|
|of which are sugars||0.53%||0.53 g|
Per daily dose (10 g per day)
|Vitamin B6||131%||1.84 mg|
|Vitamin B12||64%||1.6 ?g|
|Vitamin B2||49%||0.69 mg|
|Vitamin B1||40%||0.44 mg|
% NRV (Nutrient Reference Values)