Keep all sickness and ailments at bay with Valar Life’s Spirulife. If you’ve been yearning for a completely natural, plant-based alternative to the numerous immunity booster capsules that exist in the market today, Spirulife is your answer! Packed with vital vitamins and minerals, Spirulife packs the punch of all age-old immunity-boosting herbs, brews, and concoctions combined together.
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Spirulina is a blue-green alga that grows in fresh and marine waters. It is not something new as its story dates back to the ancient period and it has been traditionally consumed due to its high nutritive value and health benefits. It is power-packed with protein, vitamins, essential fatty acids, minerals and phytonutrients. It would be a healthy choice to include spirulina in our everyday diet.
WHO has recognized Spirulina as “The greatest superfood on Earth”.
NASA study – “ 1 kg of Spirulina is nutritionally equal to 1000 kgs of assorted vegetables”
United Nations, WHO, 1974 – “Spirulina is the best food for tomorrow, the answer to world food hunger and malnutrition”
FAO (Food and Agricultural Organisation) – “best food for tomorrow”
FDA (Food and Drug Administration) – “excellent nutrition supplement
WHAT MAKES IT MORE SPECIAL!!!!
-It has (60 -70%) protein which is a completely digestible protein. More protein than any other plant source. ( 35% more than soya bean, 3% more than whole milk, 25% more than peanuts, 14% more than grains, 25% more than fish)
-Contains all 9 essential amino acids required by our body that makes Spirulina a complete protein
-More Beta carotene ( precursor of vitamin A) than carrots (700-1700mg/kg).
-180% more calcium than whole milk
-A good vegetable source with the highest quantity of Gamma-linolenic acid, an essential fatty acid.
-Rich dietary source of zeaxanthin that is crucial for eye health
-More antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties in 3g of Spirulina than in 5 servings of fruits and vegetables.
DIRECTIONS TO USE:
One or two capsules per day or as directed by a physician
Spirulina (Arthrospira platensis)