Atheroprotective activity of Spirulina may be due to it having a protein with a similar structure to bilirubin
Spirulina platensis, a water blue-green alga and food supplement due to its high amount of proteins, polysaccharides, and vitamins, has been associated with potent biological effects.
Atheroprotective Activity of Spirulina
In order for our body to ensure all organ functions it needs natural nutrients in the best and highest concentration. Spirulina’s “natural treasure chest” contains a unique and balanced combination of the highest levels of natural substances that are essential for good health. Spirulina has a very thin cell wall, which enables vital nutrients to be easily absorbed by the body.
Spirulina in comparison
Spirulina contains more than 4.000 vital substances and nutrients and it is also nutritionally superior compared to usual foods.
- 300 % more calcium than unskimmed milk
- 2.300 % more iron than spinach
- 3.900 % more beta-carotene than carrots
- 375 % more protein than tofu
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