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Proteins are an essential part of life, so they can provide important insights into how Spirulina can help improve overall health and health. Spirulina is a blue-green microalgae, which mainly exists in freshwater lakes, ponds and rivers. It is also one of the most abundant protein sources in the world. In fact, Spirulina provides more protein grams per gram than beef, chicken, fish or even soybeans.

Spirulina and Protein

Proteins consist of complex amino acid chains, which are essential for the formation and repair of muscles and bones. However, amino acids can also play several other basic functions in the body. For example, amino acids in proteins manage insulin levels in the body, maintain the immune system, transport minerals throughout the body, and so on.

Eight of the 22 amino acids found in proteins are essential for healthy body function, but the human body cannot produce them. Therefore, these eight amino acids can only be obtained through one diet. The remaining amino acids are considered unnecessary because the body has naturally produced them. However, in order for the body to deal with non-essential amino acids, essential amino acids and sufficient nitrogen are needed for synthesis.

Unlike several other proteins, Spirulina is considered a "complete protein" because it is a good source of all eight essential amino acids. In addition, the protein in Spirulina can digest 85% to 95%, making it one of the most powerful and effective proteins. Because the cell wall found in Spirulina does not contain cellulose, its amino acids are almost immediately absorbed by the human body.

Spirulina and How to Clean Blood

Spirulina is rich in chlorophyll, which makes it a very effective blood cleaner. In fact, this microalgae contains more than ten times the chlorophyll content of traditional garden vegetables. Chlorophyll in Spirulina helps to form red blood cells in the body, and also provides the body with more easily absorbed magnesium. This combination of chlorophyll and magnesium helps to oxygenate the blood while removing toxins from the blood.

The blue color in Spirulina is actually formed by phycocyanin, allophycocyanin and other anthocyanins. These phytonutrients have been shown to help increase the number of white blood cells in the body. In addition, polysaccharides from Spirulina platensis have been shown to enhance immunity, provide antiviral activity, help eliminate radiation and heavy metals in the body, and improve the functional productivity of bone marrow, thymus and spleen cells.

Spirulina - the world's most powerful superfood

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