Spirulina Algae.

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Spirulina Algae.

Postby BFS Warrior on February 22nd, 2011, 2:40 am

Hello

I would like to share with my experience and some results. In this post i want to mention something about Spirulina. Over 5 months ago I decided to support my body with spirulina algae. I am convinced that spirulina has decreased my symptoms (but not in all). I feel much better. It means that our food has huge influence to our body and psyche. I work in automation and i know what Food Producers can do to increase they productivity using chemicals. It is terrible. If we have supported our body with food chemicals for a long time our body says: STOP i can do this any more. And of course it is visible in reaction of our body especially in neuro system. I am interesting if i will taking spirulina longer does it improve my health much better. What do you thing ? Have you ever taken spirulina longer than 1 year ?


This text consider about spirulina. The following text is copied from the website.

Spirulina is a microscopic blue-green algae that exists as a single celled organism turning sunlight into life energy. It is one of the first life forms designed by nature more than 3.6 billion years ago. Spirulina contains billions of years of evolutionary wisdom in its DNA and is an offspring of earth’s first photosynthetic life forms. Under the microscope, Spirulina is a blue-green color and has the appearance of a spiral of long thin threads. Spirulina is exceedingly adaptable and occurs in a wide variety of environments including fresh water, tropical springs, saltwater and saltpans. Spirulina is full of nutrients and very easily digested. Commercially, Spirulina is available as a powder, tablet and capsule or added to foods and health tonics. There are many forms of valuable algae and in the last 40 years Spirulina has been singled out for its nutritional properties. Long before it became a favorite of the health food industry, Spirulina was eaten regularly by North Africans and Mexicans centuries ago. Now many people around the globe realize that Spirulina is a powerful food with huge potential as a whole food source, medicine and biochemical resource. A great deal of research has concentrated on the cultivation and harvesting of what is affectionately referred to as ‘the green’. It has been described as ‘probiotic’ and a ‘superfood’. The cultivation of Spirulina has also brought interest because, as with most micro algae, Spirulina is extremely adaptable, often thriving in extreme conditions. With its rich nutritional goodness and ability to grow in adverse conditions, Spirulina has a huge potential to be a food source that will help feed and nourish the worlds population. As a plant, Spirulina is incredibly rich containing a balance of nutrients that make it virtually a ‘whole food’ capable of sustaining life without the need for other foods. Spirulina provides vitamins, many minerals, essential amino acids, carbohydrates and enzymes. Spirulina is at least 60% vegetable protein, which is predigested by the algae, making it a highly digestible food. It is higher in protein than any other food. Its outstanding nutritional profile also includes the essential fatty acids, GLA fatty acid, lipids, the nucleic acids (RNA and DNA), B complex, vitamin C and E and phytochemicals, such as carotenoids, chlorophyll (blood purifier), and phycocyanin (a blue pigment), which is a protein that is known to inhibit cancer. A breakdown in nutritional terms of a few of the most commonly available supplements reveals an impressive comparison. How is it grown? Spirulina thrives in natural alkaline lakes. Spirulina farming is part of the new era of ecological agriculture. The key component in the production of Spirulina is sunlight and attention is given to measurement of temperature and oxygen levels. Because pesticides and herbicides would kill many microscopic life forms in a pond, algae scientists have learned how to balance pond ecology without the use of these harmful substances. This form of aquaculture represents one of the solutions needed to produce food while restoring the planet.
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Re: Spirulina Algae.

Postby ag2002 on June 8th, 2012, 9:22 am

Did your symptoms improve anymore while on spirulina? I was thinking about trying it.
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Re: Spirulina Algae.

Postby bobajojo on June 8th, 2012, 9:27 am

Can you describe the symptoms that you had before using spirulina algae? I'm assuming from your name that you had a lot of twitching :wink: . -Matt

Whoops, I just realized that this was posted over a year ago. I doubt he still visits this site. :oops:
Over 10 billion twitches since May 2011.
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