- New Latin Spīrulīna, genus name, from Late Latin spīrula, twisted cake; see spirula. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Researchers have suggested that supposed B12 supplements such as spirulina may in fact increase the risk of B12 deficiency disease, as the B12 analogues can compete with B12 and inhibit metabolism.”
“formally known as spirulina platensis, a nutrient-rich species of algae that grows in semi-tropical ponds and that is sold in the U.S. as a food supplement and a fish food -- "a key-driver to eradicate malnutrition, achieve food security and bridge the health divide with a special priority for the developing world and the least developed countries.”
“[WTS] 23,000 Words+ article on Spirulina including its Elibrary hii there guys i want to sell this huge article on spirulina which is quality rich and over”
“Quercetin, a potent antioxidant, promotes the action of bone-building cells and is found in green tea, red wine and microalgae such as chlorella, blue-green algae and spirulina.”
“Raw Spirulina Superfood snacks - so delicious made with dates, bananas and spirulina kids love them for their natural sweetness”
“You can add spirulina powder and you've got a nutrient rich five hour energy drink that feeds every cell of your body.”
“She never really understood how someone who ate tofu and tempeh and spirulina could also drink beer and smoke.”
“As an eczema sufferer my diet is very skin centric, and I keep a daily routine of spirulina, fish oil and vitamin C along with lots of green leafies and a minimum of over processed and super fatty/sugary foods.”
“I used the spirulina as an alternative to adding artificial food coloring.”
“Add spirulina to zucchini and it makes it really green!”
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