9 Powerful Benefits of Spirulina for Your Health


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REMEMBER: These Are The 9 MOST Powerful Benefits of Spirulina! Pay SPECIAL Attention to Benefit #8! These Tips Helped Over 26,000 Readers! AWESOME Photos Included!

You don’t have to worry; spirulina is not the newest miracle cure on the market. It has been around since the 1950´s, and while it does provide numerous health benefits, it is not a flash-in-the-pan!

It is more along the lines of a Super Food than anything else. It’s a type of blue-green algae that some people mistake for chlorella. These algae grow well in warm sunny bodies of water that are highly alkaline!

Although it has been around since the 9th century, its commercial production started in the 1970s by a French company. It can endure extreme levels in temperature as well as hydration.

The extensive list of things it can do has caused it to be re-evaluated as an excellent source of food, a nutritional supplement, and in some cases even an efficient medical treatment.

Way #1 – Maintains Your Eyes Healthy

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Spirulina contains a substance called xanthophyll that is like a carotene. You may have heard your parents tell you when you were growing up to eat your carrots, or you were going to have to wear glasses.

That’s because carrots have carotene in them as well. The xanthophyll helps to cut down on cataracts and the macular degeneration that comes with age.

Related research study:

“Thus, results show that UVB irradiation is able to induce apoptosis in ARPE-19 cells through oxidative stress; however anthocyanins and xanthophylls pre-treatment can attenuate this damage. This suggests that cyanidin-3-O-glucoside, lutein and zeaxanthin are effective in preventing UVB-induced damage in RPE [retinal pigment epithelial] cells and may be suitable as chemoprotective factors for the prevention of ocular damage. The use of natural dietary antioxidants might reduce ocular oxidative damage caused by UVB radiation.”

– Silván, J. M., et al. (2016). “A protective effect of anthocyanins and xanthophylls on UVB-induced damage in retinal pigment epithelial cells“, in Food & Function, Vol. 7(2).

Way #2 – Reduces Inflammation

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