Organic Spirulina Tablets 1kg
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Organic Spirulina Tablets 1kg

£12.99

  • A Form of Fresh-water Algae Cultivated in the Peninsula of the South China Sea
  • Gluten, Dairy Free, Soy Free and Vegan
  • A Good Source of Protein, Iron, B Vitamins and All 9 Essential Amino Acids
  • Various Claimed Health Benefits including Reducing Tiredness and Improving Cognitive Function
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Our highest quality of Organic Spirulina is a blue-green algae grown on a peninsula in the South China Sea. The consistent warm temperatures and long hours of sunshine make this the ideal location. Wet spirulina is placed in a drying chamber which removes all moisture while preserving the nutrient content leaving a fine powder that conserves all its nutrient content.

Since spirulina has no hard cell wall all of the nutrients can be easily absorbed. It is an excellent source of protein and as it contains all 9 essential amino acids it can be considered a complete source of protein. It also contains high amounts of iron, B vitamins, calcium and magnesium.

Claimed benefits of spirulina include supporting cognitive function, reducing tiredness and contributing to normal muscle function. However, as always, here at RealFoodSource we encourage you to do your own research into spirulina tablets and the benefits it can have for you.

Recommended Daily Intake:

Take three tablets per day, along with each meal for best results. 500mg per tablet.

Ingredients:

100% Organic Spirulina

Contains naturally occurring sulphites. May contain milk, nuts, peanuts and soya. 

Typical Values per 100g:

Energy 1408kJ/332 kcal

Fat(g) 0.0 of which saturates(g) 0.0, Carbohydrates(g) 12 of which sugars(g) 0.0, Fibre(g) 8.9, Protein(g) 66.0,  Salt 1.8

Country of Origin: China

Organic Spirulina Tablets 1kg
Energy
Fat
Saturates
Carbs
1408 kJ
0.0g
0.0g
12g
332 kCal
Low
Low
N/A
17%
0%
0%
5%
Sugars
Fibre
Protein
Salt
0.0g
8.9g
66.0g
1.8g
Low
N/A
N/A
Low
0%
30%
132%
30%
Typical values per 100g. % of an adults reference intake (source: NHS).