6 Reasons to consume Raw Living Spirulina in the morning
Spirulina is most often known as smelly and hard to ingest superfood. But did you know that our Raw Living Spirulina is actually a delicious gourmet delight, with virtually no taste or smell? It’s true and if you haven’t tried it yet, we recommend you try it at least once.
Raw Living Spirulina is loaded with important vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, all of which can bring phenomenal benefits when it comes to your health. Let’s take a look, along with how Raw Living Spirulina can be beneficial to your health and why you want to incorporate it into your every morning.
What is Raw Living Spirulina?
Like no other Spirulina available on market, ours is beyond fresh, truly alive, and delicious. You can look at it under a microscope when you receive it and you will see the Spirulina cells moving around like they are dancing. You get electrical vibrational energy plus all other essential nutrients required for the human body to thrive in its bio-active form.
Is Raw Living Spirulina good for you?
Absolutely yes. Today, many people do try to eat a healthy diet and believe that they are getting all the nutrients that they need. This is generally not the case. Indeed, there is plenty of evidence that the majority of us are depleted. We no longer eat unprocessed food but increasingly rely on pre-processed, pre-cooked, and ready-to-eat meals which in many cases are significantly less nutritious.
Spirulina has been classified by the World Health Organization as the most balanced, complete, and nutritious superfood on Earth. Our Raw Living Spirulina provides you with 71% protein incomplete raw amino acids, living whole vitamins, including all the B Vitamins, provitamin A (β-carotenes), and minerals, especially iron which is important for blood health. It is also rich in phenolic acids, tocopherols, and γ-linolenic acid. Spirulina lacks cellulose cell walls and therefore it can be easily absorbed into your body.
Top 6 Benefits to consume Raw Living Spirulina
- Fights chronic fatigue
Raw Living Spirulina considered being “the food of the future” with “exceptional constituents” that contribute to high energy levels. A few of these constituents such as polysaccharides and essential fat (GLA) and easily absorbed by human cells providing a surge in pure energy release. This energy comes from the living cells that release the energy from the sun when consumed fresh. Raw Living Spirulina also increases the production of Vitamin B6 that also helps in energy release and intracellular protein-synthesizing.
2. The effect of Raw Living Spirulina on allergies
studies show that Spirulina exhibits anti-inflammatory properties by inhibiting the release of histamine from mast cells. A study in Turkey was conducted on patients with allergic rhinitis. Spirulina significantly improved the symptoms and physical findings such as nasal discharge, sneezing, nasal congestion, and itching.
Cingi C, Conk-Dalay M, Cakli H, Bal C
Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol. 2008 Oct; 265(10):1219-23.)
3. Cholesterol-lowering effects and effects on diabetes
Cardiovascular disease remains the number one cause of death in developed countries, and high cholesterol is one of the most important risk factors.
Nakaya et al., in the first human study, gave 4.2 g day−1 of Spirulina to 15 male volunteers and, although there was no significant increase in high-density lipoprotein (HDL) levels, they observed a significant reduction of high-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol after 8 weeks of treatment.
Cholesterol is an unhealthy fat in a person’s blood that medical experts link to heart disease.
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In a more recent study, administered Spirulina on heart disease patients found a significant reduction in blood cholesterol, triglycerides, and LDL cholesterol and an increase in HDL cholesterol.
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4. Anticancer effects
Many animal studies were conducted and in-vitro that looked into how Spirulina can help with cancer prevention. But there is one significant study done on oral cancer and Spirulina’s effects on it. As a result, the authors reported that 45% of their study cohort showed complete regression of leukoplakia after taking Spirulina supplements for 1 year.
Mathew B, Sankaranarayanan R, Nair PP, Varghese C, Somanathan T, Amma BP, Amma NS, Nair MK
Nutr Cancer. 1995; 24(2):197-202.
5. Anti-oxidant effects
Currently, antioxidants are added to the human diet to prevent free radical‐induced cell damage, and there has been an explosive interest in the use of antioxidant nutritional supplements
Phycocyanin is one of the major pigment constituents of Spirulina whose nutritional and therapeutic values have been very well documented.
Many diseases are accompanied or even caused by oxidative stress. Phycocyanin, the blue liquid in the Spirulina, is a very powerful antioxidant and is the primary source of its high protein and nutritional profile.
6. Weight loss
People can usually lose weight if they eat fewer calories than they use. Spirulina is a high-nutrient, low-calorie food that contains a lot of nutrition in a tablespoon. Introducing Raw Living Spirulina to the diet may help people lose weight without losing nutrition by stabilizing those bad food cravings.
The results of a 2016 double-blind placebo-controlled trial suggest that Spirulina may aid weight management. In the study, people who were overweight and regularly ate Spirulina for 3 months, showed a significant reduction in BMI, and weight loss.
Why be consumed in the morning?
The best way is to consume Raw Living Spirulina is straight off the spoon first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. This will provide the maximum available nutrient absorption.
Spirulina can be digested easily because of its structure where the cells do not have tough, fibrous walls. The super-dense nutrients contained inside the cell walls are like tiny water balloons. Once they enter the stomach they rupture releasing these living liquid nutrients. Within 15 minutes the micronutrients will permeate through the epithelial cell lining into the bloodstream flooding your body with this vital nutrition.