Beneficial properties of Spirulina
Strengthens the immune system through specific polysaccharides that contains in
combination with the Haematopoiesis and immunomodulatory properties of phycocyanin.
Proteins, vitamins, minerals and polysaccharides improve all the mental and physical
performance, especially for the athletes and students. Spiroulina helps the weightlifters to
increase lung capacity without affecting their blood pressure.
It helps the digestive system by facilitating the process of digestion and the normal function
of the bowel and acts as a natural cleanser for the body by helping it eliminate toxins and metals.
The dry biomass of Spirulina contains up to 2 % gamma- linolenic acid (GAAP ), which is equal
to that of breast milk. The GAAP helps arthritis, obesity, cardiovascular disease and syndrome of
One of the greatest benefits of Spyroulina is that is the richest food in beta carotene,as it
contains ten mixtures of carotenoids. The natural carotenes that can be found in vegetables
and seaweed, such as Spirulina , appear to have anti -tumor and anti-toxin activity, unlike to the
synthetic forms of beta - carotene.
Nutritional studies in Germany, Japan and Crete showed that Spirulina reduces cholesterol,
triglycerides, and low the density of lipoproteins in the blood, acting beneficially in combating
It helps immediately to control anemia , low hematocrit and menstrual syndrome due to the
very high content of organic , readily assimilable iron.
Current studies are investigating the beneficial effects of spirulina in the prevention of cancer
(leukemia), the protection of people undergoing chemo radiation and because of its antiviral
action it helps those affected by the AIDS virus.