Dr Mercola Spiru-Blue

    120 Tablets
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    • Ingredients
    • Instructions
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    Dr Mercola Spiru Blue Spirulina & Astaxanthin Brain - Body Superfood

    The ultimate superfood blue spirulina algae and astaxanthin to help boost brain health, oxidation stress, immune system function and detoxification from free radicals. Dr Mercola's spirulina microalgae is cultivated from a strip on land in India away from pollution, contamination, pesticides, chemical fertilisers and herbicides growing a pure product to give maxumim health to the body.

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    • Organic Spirulina (Arthrospira platensis) 2g
    • Phycocyanin 294mg
    • Chlorophyll 21mg
    • Haematococccus pluvialis (Algae) 42mg
    • LTotal Carotenoids 7.6mg
    • Astaxanthin 630mcg
    • Spirulina Extract (Phycocyanin)
    • Coating Natural Vanilla Flavoring, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose
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    Take 4 tablets per day


    Blue Spirulina v Green Spirulina

    Blue spirulina is premium product if you looking for regular green spirulina. On average, it can be tough to find blue spirulina in a food form and that too for an affordable price. Like the name states, blue spirulina gets its properties from blue-green algae. The bluish hue’s combination can be owed to the presence of the pigment cyanin. Aside from being a coloring agent, cyanin is a powerful antioxidant too. Dr Mercola Spiru-Blue tablets contain organic spirulina which is way more potent than the regular spirulina.

    Cyanin owns most of the nutritional values offered by the blue spirulina. Some of the common nutrients that can be wished for in every tablet would be vitamin A, Vitamin K, and Iron. The antioxidant nutrients of blue spirulina come as a separate and exclusive package in the form of superoxide dismutase enzyme, gamma linoleic acid, α-carotene. The nutrients absorbed through the Dr Mercola Spiru-Blue tablets can be boosted to the max of their usage power when they are best complemented with Vitamin C. This same adjunctive can be added to the diet that is majorly based on the intake of spirulina. Algae culture has become an off-the-limits trend in western countries these days. Nevertheless, like peanut allergies, there are always allergic reactions to algae that one must keep in mind before initiating a herd-following consumption of any form of algae. Physicians can guide you with the best options to go for by performing a few tests to rule out an allergic reaction to algae-based supplements.Astaxanthin is on the list of consumables of the people who have been on a kale diet ever since the celebs went all crazy on it since 2011. Astaxanthin is an additional carotenoid that can be looked out for in this supplement.

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