spirulina powder is approved by both the fda and who as a healthy food. spirulina has a blood glucose lowering effect. studies have shown that people with type 2 diabetes that spirulina lowered blood glucose, postprandial blood glucose and hba1c which is a measure of sugar control...
spirulina health effects include immune system enhancement, anti-viral and cancer protective effects, reducing the harmful blood fats, reducing the toxicity of heavy metals and radiation protective effects.
spirulina powder can be added to fruit or vegetable juices to make it more nutritious.
free of the following (does not contain): sugar, starch, salt, preservatives, corn, soy, wheat, yeast, dairy, gluten, mold, metal.
dosage: 1-2 tsp. (5-10 grams) powdered spirulina per day, more for chronic or acute disease. suggested minimum dosage for hepatitis is 4 tsp (20ml) per day. consume as much as desired; it may be used as the primary protein source in your diet