Blue Green

By · Monday, June 15th, 2009

Blue Green

Spirulina is microscopic micro algae that grows in fresh water. They have existed for billions of years and are possibly the most nutritious and complete of nature. Is believed to contain the full range of nutrients that are required by people for health maintenance. Spirulina contains twelve times the amount of protein digestible as beef, with a much better balance of minerals than beef. There have been reports of people were nothing more than spirulina.

Spirulina contains complete protein, all the B vitamins, including vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin E, a number of minerals, including minerals, beta-carotene, chlorophyll, and omega-3 fatty acids, and a variety of other nutrients, and is a highly digestible food. Blue-green algae are named for the blue pigment, phycocyanin, and the green color of chlorophyll. The intensity of these pigments is hiding the fact that other pigments as carotenoids are present. These are red, orange and yellow are said to be responsible for the fact that flamingos in East Africa are pink, because they feed on naturally growing Spirulina lakes in Kenya. The pigment principal of these carotenoids is beta-carotene intake that allows people to make vitamin A as the body needs.

Spirulina has been used by some people as an aid to weight loss. Found that many people experience a reduced appetite if taken a few grams of spirulina thirty to sixty minutes before a meal. This is probably reasonable because the highly nutritious food and the fact that the body realizes it does not require such immediate intake nutrients, after all.

An unusual feature of blue-green algae is the fact that their cell walls are digested, which allows nutrients spread throughout the body, unlike other plant nutrients that are usually confined within a membrane making it more difficult to digest. Anyone who is ill and living on a restricted diet can benefit from the consumption of spirulina, and consumed a wide range of nutrients that can not be otherwise received. Great quantities are not required to receive such benefits by the fact that spirulina is rich in nutrients. Spirulina is also a useful aid for detoxification.

Spirulina is an excellent supplement for pregnant and lactating mothers, providing iron and protein without the imposition of fats and carbohydrates. Children who are fussy eaters would greatly benefit from as well, and says that hyperactive children benefit from a calming effect. As a plant source vitamin B12, spirulina is an excellent food for vegetarians, who also benefit from the quality of protein available, which would be receiving, in products of animal origin. Blue-green algae, if taken before exercise, give an energy boost due to the concentration of protein and other nutrients.

Japanese experiments have shown that the use of blue-green algae has significant benefits for people suffering from anemia, possibly due to conversion of chlorophyll in hemoglobin. Chorophyll is an excellent blood purifier and is absorbed directly through the cell membranes of the mouth, throat, stomach and intestines. Algae blue-green contain thousands of enzymes that together with the co-enzymes and vitamins and minerals your body to perform the functions required for survival.

Algae blue-green has the potential to alleviate much of the world hunger problem. When one considers the fact that soya produces acre per acre, ten times the amount of protein that cattle do, and which produce blue-green algae twenty times more protein, acre for acre, as soy is then brought to the inescapable conclusion that blue-green algae offer enormous opportunities to overcome food shortages in third world countries.

In conclusion, the opportunities offered by the use of blue-green algae, both in terms of our personal health, and in terms of overall health of the emerging nations can no longer be ignored.

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Blue in Green by. Miles Davis

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