An all-natural and sustainable alternative for your protein needs!
The algae known as Spirulina is one of the most fascinating ‘SuperFoods’ or ‘Food for the Future.’ Spirulina has many benefits, rarely if ever seen in a single food. Spirulina is high in protein, rich in vitamin B12, has 12 vitamins and 8 minerals, has strong chlorophyll and phycocyanin and beta-carotene, and has high phytonutrients. We have taken spirulina and created easy to consume and wholesome snacks.
61-65 % Higher protein
61-65% (3 times higher then fish, 6 times higher then egg, 2 times higher than soy beans)
1.5 % Higher Vitamin B12
35-38 μg / 100g (1.5 times higher than animal liver)
40 times richer Beta Carotene
140-330mg / 100g (5 times higher than carrot, 40 times higher than spinach)
10 times richer calcium
130mg / 100g (10 times higher than milk)
65 time richer Iron
33mg / 100g (65 times higher than spinach, 30 times higher than beef)
Rich in nutrients
Spirulina is rich in vitamins C, B1, B6, B5 and E, minerals, such as copper, zinc, and manganese, useful enzymes, and dietary fiber
Very high protein
5 gram spirulina = 5 kilogram assorted vegetables
12 vitamins C, B1, B2, B3, E, B12, etc.
8 minerals Iron, Calcium, Sodium, Magnesium, etc
High chlorophyll and Phycocyanin content
Boost Your metabolism and Aids fat burning
Improve eyesight, Promotes brain health
Detoxifies and balance the body
Improves look and health of skin
Great source of nutrients and good for diet management
100% Safe No side effects
Toxin & alfatoxin free
Low PAH and heavy metal levels
Free from sulphites
No synthetic substance
Free from pesticide
No sterilisation and radiation process
Free from contamination
Free from herbicides
Occurs when viruses enter cells in the body and begin reproducing, often causing illness.
Chemical-driven liver damage.
Deficiency of red blood cells or of hemoglobin in the blood.
Disease of the heart or blood vessels.
Convention for the Use of Food Micro-Algae and the Intergovernmental Institution for the Use of Spirulina against Malnutrition declaration has been established. Further, observed status has been granted for micro-algae products for the work of the Global Economics. It seems that this is greatly aiming to encourage greater attention to the production and use of Spirulina. As a result, this tiny little blue-green algae has been treated the candidate of the future to reduct world-wide hunger and poverty and to combat the food crises overall, while to improve the prospects for sustainable development.