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Spirulina is one of the most nutrient dense supplements available on the market today. It has thousands of studies backing the beneficial effects of implementing this as a daily supplement because of it’s high quality nutrients. It’s time to take control of your body and bring some life back.
Because of it’s high volume of antioxidants which are necessary for fighting off many diseases, Spirulina has been cited as a progressive ‘superfood’ that is often used as a natural preventative measure for contracting diseases.
Spirulina is a worldwide recognized superfood, and it has been used directly to help regulate blood sugar levels, blood pressure, and cholesterol. Diabetics have often been recommended to use this to help their already prescribed medication. While this can’t completely erase the need for proper medication, it can help to make sure it is effective. 
It’s antioxidants work well to help the body recover from oxidative stress that was induced by strenuous exercise. Studies have shown that because of their supplementation many athletes have been able to recover faster and have reduced risk for injury. Adding this simple supplement to your routine could make you last longer and hurt less the next day.
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Spirulina is an effective supplement to improve overall health. It has far reaching benefits because of it’s densely packed nutrient base.
Take as a dietary supplement, we recommend 6 capsules daily before meals.
We do not recommend using this as a replacement for medication. Please consult your physician before taking if you suffer from any chronic illness, are under the age of 18, are pregnant, or are nursing. If adverse reactions do occur please stop taking this supplement and consult your physician immediately.
Spirulina -(Arthrospira Platensis) is the world’s oldest superfood, and is one of the riches supplements on the market. It’s benefits reach into improving heart and lung health, building muscles and endurance, and providing your body with much needed substances at a safe level.
Q. Is Spirulina really algae?
A. Yes. Fun fact; Spirulina is one of the oldest lifeforms on earth and it responsible for producing the oxygen that helped build life forms on earth.
Q. Can you take too much?
A. As with anything you can take too much. The benefits of this being an all natural substance, though, is that whatever your body doesn’t need it will release it through urine to help prevent any negative outcomes.
Q. Are there any adverse side effects?
A. There are no found side effects, although some people may be allergic to some parts of this substance. We recommend that if you notice any side effects that you stop taking the supplement and consult your physician immediately.