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Overview

Benefits of Spirulina And Its Side Effects

Spirulina has a lot of health benefits, such as; Fights Allergies, Heavy metal detoxification, particularly arsenic, lowers blood pressure, lowers cholesterol, fighting liver disease, lowering the risk of cancer, lowering blood sugar levels and cholesterol, alleviates Sinus Issues, and supporting weight loss.

Benefits of Spirulina And Its Side Effects

Table of Content

Spirulina
Nutritional Value of Spirulina
Health Benefits of Spirulina
Fights Allergies
Heavy metal detoxification, particularly arsenic
Lowers Blood Pressure
Lowers cholesterol
Fighting liver disease
Lowering the risk of cancer
Lowering blood sugar levels and cholesterol
Alleviates Sinus Issues
Supporting weight loss
Uses of Spirulina
Side-Effects & Allergies of Spirulina
Cultivation of Spirulina

Spirulina

Spirulina represents a biomass of cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) that can be consumed by humans and other animals. There are two species, Arthrospira platensis and Arthrospira maxima. It is the very same algae that can be found on the surface of the pond. Spirulina has a dark blue-green colour and is a spiral-shaped type of algae. The colour is the result of a specific pigment known as phycocyanin. It’s the phycocyanin that is primarily responsible for spirulina’s numerous health benefits, including an extraordinarily high antioxidant count which allows it to fight off free radicals that can damage the body’s cells and ultimately lead to a host of diseases, illnesses, and premature aging.

Nutritional Value of Spirulina

Dried spirulina contains 5% water, 24% carbohydrates, 8% fat, and about 60% (51–71%) protein. It is a complete protein source, containing all essential amino acids. 100 gram amount of spirulina supplies 290 Calories and is a rich source (20% or more of the Daily Value, DV) of numerous essential nutrients, particularly vitamins such as, Vitamin A equiv. , beta-carotene, lutein zeaxanthin, Thiamine (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Niacin (B3), Pantothenic acid (B5), Vitamin B6, Folate (B9), Vitamin B12, Choline, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin K and dietary minerals, such as; Calcium , Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Zinc. The lipid content of spirulina is 8% by weight providing the fatty acids, gamma-linolenic acid, alpha-linolenic acid, linoleic acid, stearidonic acid, eicosapentaenoic acid, docosahexaenoic acid, and arachidonic acid.

Health Benefits of Spirulina

Mentioned below are the best health benefits of Spirulina
Health Benefits of Spirulina

Fights Allergies

Millions of people are having problems and irritations from allergies to dust mites, pet dander, pollen, and many more. Stuffy nose, watery eyes, or itchy throat, are the symptoms of allergies. Animal studies suggest that spirulina stops the release of histamine, which is responsible for symptoms of allergic rhinitis. According to human studies, spirulina consumption improved symptoms like sneezing, nasal congestion, nasal itching, and nasal discharge when compared to the placebo group.

Heavy metal detoxification, particularly arsenic

Chronic arsenic toxicity is a problem worldwide, and according to the World Health Organization, the U.S. is one of the nations that are most severely affected, although it’s an even more serious issue in the Far East, including India, Bangladesh, and Taiwan, where citizens are consuming a high level of arsenic in their drinking water. The effects can be devastating and can be seen even years after exposure. It’s initially associated with abdominal pain, severe diarrhea, vomiting, and nausea, but peripheral neuropathy and encephalopathy has been linked to it as well. When the affected patients are given a spirulina extract combined with zinc, the participants were found to have a 47% decrease of arsenic in their bodies. Spirulina is also very high in chlorophyll, which helps remove toxins from the blood while strengthening the immune system.

Lowers Blood Pressure

Phycocyanin is a pigment found in the spirulina that scientists have discovered possesses antihypertensive effects (it lowers blood pressure). Japanese researchers claim that this is because consuming the blue-green algae reverses endothelial dysfunction in metabolic syndrome.

Lowers cholesterol

Spirulina can also help lower blood cholesterol levels and prevent atherosclerosis. In 2010 research that was published in The Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology, in which rabbits were fed a high cholesterol diet made up of 0.5% cholesterol for a four week period, and then fed them that same diet, but this time added 1% or 5% spirulina for another eight weeks, researchers found that LDL (or “bad” cholesterol) was reduced by 26% in the group who ate 1% spirulina, and 41% in the group that consumed 5% spirulina. Serum triglycerides and total cholesterol were dramatically reduced as well.

Fighting liver disease

Spirulina may be essential for those with a chronic liver disease as research has shown that it helps to protect against liver cirrhosis, liver damage and liver failure. In the study published in Journal Nutrition, the scientists concluded that spirulina is beneficial for liver health in addition to functioning as an antioxidant, eliminating free radicals, preventing liver damage and chelating harmful metals.

Lowering the risk of cancer

The University of Maryland Medical Center reports: “A number of animal and test tube studies suggest that spirulina increases production of antibodies, infection-fighting proteins, and other cells that improve immunity and help ward off infection and chronic illnesses such as cancer.” Research from the Czech Republic noted that “Spirulina is (also) rich in tetrapyrrolic compounds closely related to bilirubin molecule, a potent antioxidant, and antiproliferative agent.” When tested on human pancreatic cells, the scientists found that “Compared to untreated cells, experimental therapeutics significantly decreased proliferation of human pancreatic cancer cell lines in vitro in a dose-dependent manner.” Basically, that proved that adding spirulina to one’s diet can help prevent a number of different cancers from developing.

Lowering blood sugar levels and cholesterol

Some animal studies have suggested that consuming spirulina can lower blood sugar levels, in fact, results have even shown that it can outperform some of the most common diabetes medications, like Metformin. Other research on humans, in which 25 patients with type 2 diabetes took two grams of spirulina each day for two months, experienced significantly lowered blood sugar levels. Spirulina can also help lower blood cholesterol levels and prevent atherosclerosis. In 2010 research that was published in The Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology, in which rabbits were fed a high cholesterol diet made up of 0.5% cholesterol for a four week period, and then fed them that same diet, but this time added 1% or 5% spirulina for another eight weeks, researchers found that LDL (or “bad” cholesterol) was reduced by 26% in the group who ate 1% spirulina, and 41% in the group that consumed 5% spirulina. Serum triglycerides and total cholesterol were dramatically reduced as well.

Alleviates Sinus Issues

Known as allergic rhinitis, spirulina benefits the body by reducing the inflammation that causes people to experience sinus problems, according to numerous studies. (20) Compared to placebo trials, spirulina is effective at reducing itching, nasal discharge, nasal congestion and sneezing.

Supporting weight loss

Regularly consuming protein-rich, nutrient-dense foods like spirulina are known to promote weight loss while lowering fat stores. It does this in a number of ways, including being high in fibre, which is important for keeping one fuller longer and curbing hunger to prevent the temptation to give in to unhealthy snacks. Additionally, as it takes more energy to metabolize, eating foods high in protein like this one helps to maintain lean tissue while contributing to fat burning. By taking a spoonful of spirulina each day and following a healthy lifestyle, it will help to speed your metabolism and improve weight loss results.

Uses of Spirulina

Spirulina is cultivated worldwide; used as a dietary supplement as well as a whole food; and is also available in tablet, flake and powder form. It is also used as a feed supplement in the aquaculture, aquarium and poultry industries. Spirulina is being investigated to address food security, malnutrition, and as dietary support in long-term space flight or Mars missions

Side-Effects & Allergies of Spirulina

It’s absolutely critical to make sure that the quality and purity of the spirulina that one consume is of the highest standards. Particularly, like anything that comes from the sea, be certain to only purchase blue-green algae that are free from contamination. According to WebMD, contaminated spirulina can cause the following: liver damage, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, weakness, thirst, rapid heartbeat, shock, and even death. Also, some sources suggest that pregnant women and children should not consume algae. Contact your natural health care provider to confirm whether or not you should be supplementing with Spirulina.

Cultivation of Spirulina

Necessities to cultivate Spirulina are as follows; a tank or basin, the size will depend of the quantity of spirulina one wish to harvest, dry spirulina per square meter of basin. The culture medium is made of water and the “food” for spirulina is Sodium bicarbonate (if direct CO2 is not available) Magnesium sulfate , Potassium nitrade, Citric acid, Common salt, Urea, Calcium chloride, Iron sulphate, Ammonium sulphate. Light is needed in sufficient amount. Spirulina will only start growing when the temperature is over 52 – 59ºF (14 – 15ºC) and have an appreciable growth over 64ºF (18ºC). The optimum temperature for maximal growth is 95º- 98ºF (35 – 37ºC).

Popular Questions & Answers

What are the benefits of spirulina tablets? What is the intake dosage? And which brand to buy?

Diploma In Diet & Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Hyderabad
Avoid supplements sold on TV or internet. They are overrated and mostly ineffective. Eat natural foods, fruits, nuts and milk. Do daily exercise and stay fit.
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Do I need to consult doctor before taking spirulina. Because I am aware of the health benefits if spirulina. Is is mandatory it just consume daily with little Content Am 35 years old.

BHMS
Homeopath, Kolkata
It should be take 1-10g/day. Yes it should be taken daily. Contaminated spirulina can cause the following: Liver damage Stomach pain Nausea Vomiting Weakness Thirst Rapid heartbeat Shock, and even death Also not be use in pregnancy.
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I am 22 year old student (male. Can I take spirulina tablets for enhanced protein source to combat excess belly fat.

PGDD, RD, Bachelor of Home Science
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Hye, you need to put proteins through your diet. If your diet is balanced only then will the supplement help. Spirulina does have some health benefits, but spirulina or high proteins will not help reduce fat or belly fat.
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Spirulina Benefits and Side Effects in Hindi - स्पिरुलिना के फायदे और नुकसान

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Lakhimpur Kheri
Spirulina Benefits and Side Effects in Hindi - स्पिरुलिना के फायदे और नुकसान

सुपरफ़ूड के नाम से मशहूर स्पिरुलिना झीलों और प्रकृति झरनों आदि में पाया जाता है. इसलिए इस जलीय वनस्पति भी कहा जाता है. गहरे नीले-हरे रंग का स्पिरुलिना में कई आश्चर्यजनक रूप से सभी खाद्य पदार्थों से ज्यादा पोषक तत्व पाए जाते हैं. तो जाहिर है स्पिरुलिना के बहुत सारे फायदे हैं. जाहिर है कुछ नुकसान भी होंगे, तो आइए देखते हैं-

1. दिल को रखे स्वस्थ
ये आपके खून से कोलेस्ट्राल का लेवल कम करके रक्तचाप को नियंत्रित करता है. इसमें पाए जाने वाली तमाम पोषक तत्वों में कई ऐसे हैं जिनसे ह्रदय में रक्त संचार प्रभावी ढंग से बढ़ता है. इसकी सहायता से ह्रिदय के तमाम जोखिमों को कम किया जा सकता है.
2. प्रेगनेंसी में
आयरन की प्रचुर मात्रा स्पिरुलिना को गभाव्स्था के दौरान एक आवश्यक आहार बनाता है. इसकी सहायता से अनीमिया को दूर किया जा सकता है. कब्ज वगैरह के लिए भी ये बेहद कारगर साबित होता है.
3. त्वचा के लिए
स्पिरुलिना में त्वचा के स्वास्थ्य के लिए जरुरी विटामिन ए, बी-12, ई, फास्फोरस, लोहा और कैल्शियम आदि पाए जाते है. अपने इन तत्वों की बदौलत स्पिरुलिना आपकी त्वचा को टोंड और चमकदार बनाती है. यही नहीं ये आँखों के निचे के धब्बे और ड्राई आईज के उपचार में भी लाभदायक है.
4. शुगर में
मधुमेह के मरीजों के लिए भी स्पिरुलिना काफी काम का साबित होता है. इसे नियमित रूप से लेने से आपका शुगर कम होता है. ये सूजन को कम करके रक्तचाप और कोलेस्ट्राल का स्तर भी निचे लाता है.
5. अल्सर में
उच्च गुणवत्ता वाली प्रोटीन, सिस्टीन और एमिनो एसिड की इसमें उपस्थिति इसे ड्यूइडनल अल्सर और गैस्ट्रिक के उपचार में बेहद प्रभावी बनाता है. इसके अलावा इसमें पाया जाने वाला क्लोरोफिल इसे पाचन को भी दुरुस्त करने की क्षमता देता है.
6. कैंसर में
अनेकों पोषक तत्वों से परिपूर्ण स्पिरुलिना कैंसर के रोकथाम में भी सकरात्मक भूमिका निभाती है. ये  एक एंटीऑक्सीडेंट के रूप में ये हमारे शरीर से फ्री रेडिकल्स को नष्ट करता है. जाहिर है फ्री रेडिकल्स कैंसर का कारण बनते हैं. इसके अतिरिक्त इसमें फिनोलिक नामक यौगिक भी उपस्थित रहता है जो कि कार्सिनोजेनेसिस पर रोक लगाता है.
7. वजन कम करने में
जिनका वजन बहुत ज्यादा है उनके लिए इसका सेवन राम बाण साबित होता है. क्योंकि इसमें फैटी एसिड, बीटा कैरोटिन, क्लोरोफिल और अन्य पोषक तत्व पाए जाते हैं. ये सब मिलकर आपके शरीर में पोषक तत्वों की उपथिति को बनाए रखते हुए आपका भूख कम करते हैं. जिससे कि आपका वजन कम होता है.
8. लीवर को दुरुस्त रखने में
स्पिरुलिना में प्रचुर मात्रा में मौजूद फाइबर और प्रोटीन आपके लीवर के स्वास्थ्य का ख्याल रखते हैं. लीवर के सामान्य कामकाज को बढ़ाने के अलावा यह लीवर को पुराने हेपेटाईटिस के मरीजों के लिए लाभकारी साबित होता है.
9. आँखों के लिए
कई शोधों में स्पिरुलिना को आँखों के लिए भी लाभदायक बताया गया है. आँखों के कई बीमारियों जैसे कि जेराट्रिक मोतियाबिंद, नेफ्रैटिक रेटिनल क्षति मधुमेह रेटिनल क्षति आदि के उपचार में इसका सकारात्मक प्रभाव देखा गया है.
10. प्रतिरक्षा तंत्र को करे मजबूत
स्पिरुलिना को लेकर कई शोध हुए हैं. इनमें से कई शोधों में ये पता चला है कि इसके सेवन से प्रतिरक्षातंत्र मजबूत होता है और कोशिकाओं का उत्पादन बढ़ाने में भी ये सहायक सिद्ध होता है.
11. वायरल संक्रमण में
स्पिरुलिना का इस्तेमाल वायरल इन्फेक्शन के उपचार में सहायक के रूप में होता है. इसमें सूजन को कम करने वाले तत्व मौजूद होते हैं. ये हानिकारक मुक्त कणों को नष्ट करके वायरल संक्रमण के असर को कम करता है.
12. मस्तिष्क के लिए
तंत्रिका तंत्र और मस्तिष्क को दुरुस्त रखने के लिए इसमें फोलेट और विटामिन बी-12 पाया जाता है. इसके अलावा भी इसमें पाए जाने वाले अन्य तत्व संज्ञानात्मक कार्यों में आपकी मदद करते हैं. कुल मिलाकर ये मस्तिष्क के लिए भी लाभदायक है.
13. मानसिक तनाव में
इसमें मौजूद फोलिक एसिड मस्तिष्क के पोषण के लिए काफी फायदेमंद बताया जाता है. इसका काम ऊर्जा और रक्त कोशिकाओं का का उत्पादन करना है. इस तरह ये अवसाद में आपकी भरपूर मदद करता है.

क्या हैं स्पिरुलिना के नुकसान
* ऑटो इम्यून से पीड़ित व्यक्ति को इसके इस्तेमाल से बचना चाहिए क्योंकि ये इसमें एक अड़चन के रूप में काम करता है.
* प्रतिरक्षा सुप्प्रेसेंट दवा पर इसके उपयोग से बचना चाहिए क्योंकि ये दवाओं का असर कम करता है.
* इसका लम्बे समय तक सेवन करने से आँतों के अंगों मसलन किडनी और लीवर को नुकसान पहुंचता है. 
* किसी विशेषज्ञ से मशवरा करने के बाद ही इसे लें.
 

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7 WAYS TO KEEP FOR YOUR DOG S COAT - GLOSSY AND SHINY

BVSc
Veterinarian, Rajkot

Once you know that your dog is in tip-top shape, here are some other things you can do to encourage his or her coat to come out shiny and soft.

  1. Omega fatty acid: These are full of healthy omega-3 fatty acids that help contribute to a healthy coat, plus they’re delicious to a dog! Add some to the dog’s food.
  2. Brush: Regular brushing stimulates the skin and hair follicles, which increases the natural production of skin oils that make the coat shiny. Brush your dog at least once every other day.
  3. Bath: How often depends on your dog, the length of the coat, and how dirty he or she gets. Bathing once a month is a good general guideline—often enough to keep the coat clean, but not so often that you’re stripping the coat of essential oils. Use a moisturizing shampoo that won’t irritate skin. Consider adding a natural conditioner afterwards—those that contain vitamin E are soothing to the skin and hair. Some owners use coconut milk on the pet’s fur for several minutes before bath time.
  4. A little oil: Stir one teaspoon to one tablespoon of vegetable oil into your dog’s food to keep the coat healthy. Try sunflower, flaxseed, olive, coconut, and safflower, but don’t give them too much—that can lead to diarrhea. Coconut oil may also help clear up skin conditions.
  5. Herbal remedies: Try horsetail, as it’s high in silica, which is essential in the maintenance of healthy and strong skin, bones, and fur. Spirulina is another natural ingredient that contains protein, B vitamins, and carotenoids. Be cautious, though, not to use too much. Check with your vet on dosage.
  6. Protection: Dogs who have no shelter from the elements and are kept outside most days will have coats that change to be more thick and dry simply to provide natural protection. You can just let it be for the colder winter months, or provide additional shelter to encourage a shinier coat.
  7. Oatmeal Bath: Dogs with dull coats often have skin problems, as well. An oatmeal bath helps sooth the skin, tame itching, and leaves the coat soft and shiny. Oatmeal contains vitamin E, so it works as a natural softener. Simply grind one-cup plain oatmeal into a fine powder, fill a tub with lukewarm water, add the powder and stir in until the water appears cloudy, then place your dog in the bath. Pour water on its back and head, avoiding the eyes, and massage for 10-15 minutes. Rinse and pat dry.
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यस्य देशस्य यो जन्तुस्तज्जम् तस्यौधम् हितम्।

Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S)
Ayurveda, Kanpur
यस्य देशस्य यो जन्तुस्तज्जम् तस्यौधम् हितम्।
  • The medicine cultivated in your area is always best for you. 
  • There are several medicine and food behaved is any disease but one should always try to use those medicines and foods which are according to their local place for suitable results. 
  • Like now a days people are attracted to frozen food and supplements with pesticides like in olive oil, broccoli and spirulina, ginseng etc. In places where it is not according to their climate and in this process local cultivation which is fresh and pesticides free is not used. It provides loss of time, finance and health as well.
  • Search whatever you see around you explore about it and use it, for this one doesn't need to be an expert but yes suggestions online or in person can be used.
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Foods For Monsoon!

M.Sc. in Dietetics and Food Service Management , Post Graduate Diploma In Computer Application, P.G.Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics , B.Sc.Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Foods For Monsoon!

The arrival of monsoon is of course the prettiest thing. Apart from selecting the monsoon attires and the umbrellas, choosing healthy diet for this season will help out to get rid of cold knowing your food to avoid and include will make you as your doctor.

The chemistry of lysine and arginine

1. Lysine and arginine are amino acids, which are the basic building blocks of proteins. They have an antagonistic 
Relationship with one another that results in lysine being able to reduce arginine’s ability to help synthesize certain proteins.

 2. Avoid certain foods, especially the ones high in arginine and low in lysine. Lysine does not promote cold but if you take a diet rich in arginine, the lysine will get discarded, in order to store the former.

3. Since arginine will support the production and multiplication of virus, your cold will get worse. So, you should concentrate on a diet that is high in lysine and low in arginine,

4. Lysine appears to help the body absorb calcium, and it plays an important role in the formation of collagen, a substance important for bones and connective tissues including skin, tendon, and cartilage. It plays an essential role in the production of carnitine, a nutrient responsible for converting fatty acids into energy and helping to lower cholesterol

Dietary sources

Foods rich in protein are good sources of lysine. That includes meat (specifically red meat, pork, and poultry), cheese (particularly parmesan), certain fish (such as cod and sardines), nuts, eggs, soybeans (particularly tofu, isolated soy protein, and defatted soybean flour), spirulina, and fenugreek seed. Brewer’s yeast, beans and other legumes, and dairy products also contain lysine. Many nuts also contain lysine along with arginine (lysine counteracts some of the effects of arginine).

Food not to be taken during cold:

  1. All types of nuts
  2. All types of seeds
  3. Beer
  4. Brown rice
  5. Carob
  6. Chick peas
  7. Chocolate (in any form)
  8. Coconut
  9. Coffee and tea, cola
  10. Eggplants
  11. Fruits and berries, including grapes, grapefruit and oranges
  12. Gelatin
  13. Mushrooms
  14. Oatmeal, soya beans, corn (in any form)
  15. Vegetables like onions, peas, pumpkins, tomatoes, carrots and broccoli
  16. Red wine
  17. Seafood with shells (such as oysters and shrimps)
  18. Sugar, artificial sweeteners
  19. Wheat

Foods to have during cold:

Given below is a list of foods that are rich in lysine. You should include them in your diet if you have cold. 

1. Dairy products like milk, cheese, curd, butter, yogurt etc.
2. Lysine-rich animal foods include chicken, fish, eggs and beef.
3. Fruits like apples, papaya, mangoes, bananas, pear and summer squash.
4. Figs, almond nuts and avocados can also be taken to fight cold sore.

Vegetarians can also go for lysine supplements. The supplement is safe to eat and does not have side effect.

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Homemade Protein Shake

M.Sc - foods and Nutrition, B.Sc - Foods and Nutrition, certificate in Sports Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Anand
Homemade Protein Shake

1) PEACH CINNAMON:-

Vanilla protein powder : 2 scoop

Ripe peach : 1/2 cup

Milk : 1 cup

Yoghurt : 1 small bowl

Spinach : 1 cup

Cinnamon toast crunch : 1/4 cup

Ice cube : 4+

2) BANANA NUT MUFFIN SHAKE :-

Vanilla protein powder : 1 1/2 scoop

Banana : 1 large

Almond butter : 1 tbsp.

Water : 1 cup

3) CHOCOLATE PEANUT BUTTER BANANA :-

Chocolate protein powder : 2 scoop

Banana : 1 large

Peanut butter : 2 tbsp

Spinach : 1 cup

Dark cocoa bits or powder : 1 tbsp

Water, milk or yoghurt : 1 1/2 cup

4) MANGO AND TART CHERRY :-

Vanilla protein powder : 1 scoop

Chopped mango : 1 cup

Frozen tart cherries : 1/2 cup

Tart cherry juice pure : 1/2 cup

Coconut water : 1 cup

Ice cube : 4+

5) SWEET AND SIMPLE APPLA AND BANANA :-

Vanilla protein powder : 1 scoop

Banana : 1 large

Apple sliced : 1

Milk : 1 cup

Cinnamon : as per taste

Ice cubes : 4+

6) BLACKBERRY BRAIN BOOSTER :-

Vanilla protein powder : 1 scoop

Blueberries : 1 cup

Low-fat cottage cheese : 1/2 cup

Walnuts : 1 cup

Flaxseed meal : 2 tbsp

Water : 1 1/2 cup

Ice cubes : 3+

7) SIMPLE STRAWBERRY :-

Strawberry protein powder : 1 scoop

Strawverry : 3

Almond milk : 1 cup

Ice cubes : 3+

8) WATERMELON BREEZE :-

Vanilla protein powder : 1 scoop

Watermelon : 1/4 of small one

Ice cubes : 4+

9) COOKIES, CREAM AND AVOCADO :-

Cookies and cream protein powder : 2 scoop

Banana : 1 large

Avocado : 2 to 3 ounces

Chocolate coconut milk : 1 cup

10) BANANA HONEY SPIRULINA SHAKE :-

Vanilla protein powder : 1 scoop

Banana : 1 large

Yoghurt : 1/2 cup

Flaxseed oil : 1 tsp

Honey : 2 tsp

Spirulina : 1 tsp

Water : 1 cup

Table of Content

Spirulina
Nutritional Value of Spirulina
Health Benefits of Spirulina
Fights Allergies
Heavy metal detoxification, particularly arsenic
Lowers Blood Pressure
Lowers cholesterol
Fighting liver disease
Lowering the risk of cancer
Lowering blood sugar levels and cholesterol
Alleviates Sinus Issues
Supporting weight loss
Uses of Spirulina
Side-Effects & Allergies of Spirulina
Cultivation of Spirulina