- Spirulina (straw, crunchy, twig)
Spirulina: What is it?
This spiral shaped algae, as old as the world, belongs to the family of blue-green algae.
Its virtues: This concentrated energy, anti-fatigue, anti-aging, detoxifies the liver and stimulates the immune system. It is a valuable ally in the fight against cholesterol and anemia. In developing countries, spirulina is used to combat malnutrition.
Nutritional values: Very low in calories, spirulina is a cave of Ali Baba in terms of nutrients. Remarkable source of iron, carotenoids (including beta-carotene), unsaturated fatty acids from the omega 6 family, spirulina also contains 50 to 70% vegetable protein. Trace elements and minerals are not left behind.