Archive for November, 2012

Spiralyne spirulina artists impression

Spirulina is shown to ameliorate anaemia and immunosenescence in older immune systems.

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Spiralyne spirulina artists impression

A study has shown that natural vitamins, in particular natural B vitamins are better for you than synthetic ones.

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Phenylalanine in Spiralyne spirulina

Research has shown that the amino acid phenylalanine improves the mood of depressed patients.

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Phenylalanine in Spiralyne spirulina

Study shows Vitamin B12 may prevent memory loss.

Spiralyne spirulina tablets are rich in Vitamins B12. A recent study has shown Vitamin B12 may prevent memory loss.

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Spirulina reduces ageing of the brain

Diets rich in antioxidants like spirulina, reduce ageing to the brain.

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Blue smarties are back thanks to spirulina

Nestle Rowntree have brought back blue smarties thanks to spirulina.

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Spirulina Space Food


NASA and the European Space Agency are studying spirulina as optimum food for astronauts due to its remarkable nutritional values.

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1 serving of Spiralyne spirulina has more antioxidant activity than 5 servings of fruit and vegetables.

Our spirulina is checked and verified by an on-site laboratory.

Directions of use

Adults: Recommended daily intake is three (3) to six (6) tablets per day.

Teenagers: Recommended daily intake is two (2) to four (4) tablets per day.

Children: Recommended daily intake is up to two (2) tablets per day.

It is recommended to take Spiralyne spirulina tablets in the morning with some orange juice because the vitamin C helps with the absorption of the nutrients in spirulina.

Tip: You can crush the tablets into a powder and add to yogurt. The yogurt will turn green. Add natural honey for taste.

Spiralyne spirulina tablets (arthrospira platensis) are a food that can be incorporated into your diet to form a healthy, varied and balanced diet.

Precaution: As a precaution if you have suffer from phenylketonuria (PKU) avoid taking spirulina. People with this rare condition cannot metabolize phenylalanine (an amino acid). Spirulina is rich in all amino acids, including phenylalanine.

According to the University of Maryland Medical Center there have been no reported interactions between spirulina and any conventional medication.

Please note, advice and information provided is for general guidance only. Recommendations made can depend on your lifestyle. You may require more or less nutrients than stated (applies to GDAs and RDAs). Information provided is not to be taken as medical advice. People with medical problems or questions should consult a health professional. Information provided on this website is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.