29/04/2010 06:51

Spirulina Powder Bulk

Spirulina is increasingly becoming well known throughout the world and is now cultivated commercially in organic pools finely controlled that mimic their natural habitat. This process is primarily to eliminate any possible contamination, which may include different types of pests, weeds and unwanted species of microbacteria for the production of pure spirulina powder bulk.

At present, the biggest company that produces commercial quantities of spirulina powder mass is located in the California desert where the controlled breeding is carried out from April to October. Ponds are supplied with water from the Colorado River, with carbon dioxide and various minerals needed for photosynthesis to produce pure spirulina. Many hours of intense sun exposure in the desert of California every day to promote rapid growth of spirulina bacteria.

After being collected, Spirulina is converted to a mixture of thick consistency, then dried and processed into powder spirulina. The powder is then packaged and sold commercially in many food stores across the country.
Nutritionists say Spirulina should be used only as a complement, not substitute for food, because it produces a lot of large amount of uric acid in the body when taken in large quantities and can cause irreversible damage to the kidneys.

Spirulina powder is good for you because it stimulates and maintains the immune system making you resistant to various diseases. It contains large amounts of carotenoids, a potent antioxidant that may protect against harmful free radicals that are abundant in the environment. Protects the heart, lowers blood pressure, prevent cancer, and is a powerful antiviral properties.

Spirulina is a rich source of minerals and contains all the B vitamins, gamma linolenic acid, and some unique pigments called phycobilins responsible for providing spirulina its blue color.

It contains more beta carotene than any other whole food that provides a constant flow of vitamin A.
It very rich in chlorophyll, which absorbs sunlight and on its energy to synthesize carbohydrates from carbon dioxide and water in a process called photosynthesis. It very rich in protein, which represents 65% of total content. It is also a very rich source of iron.

Bulk supplements spirulina powder can be purchased in health food and natural medicine stores  at the counters in shopping malls. It is also available in both tablets and capsules. You can also get the online virtual stores spirulina powder bulk, tablets and capsules.

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23/03/2010 20:05

Bulk Spirulina

Spirulina is a blue-green microscopic algae, processed from the spirulina cyanobacteria, that thrives in warm climates and warm alkaline water. It is a very rich source of carotenoids, a type of antioxidant that protects our cells from damage. It is 28 times richer in iron content than beef liver and 58 times richer than raw spinach. It has more beta carotene content than carrots and has a very high chlorophyll content. It accounts for 65 percent of its total protein content, surpassing that of soy beans. NASA, in fact wants to grow spirulina in the space station as it is considered one of the most efficient oxygen-producing foods available. Bulk spirulina could be an incredible source of super food!

Spirulina makes a great dietary supplement because of its rich vitamin and mineral content. It contains many vitamins including vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E and the B complex vitamins that include vitamin B1, riboflavin (B2), nicotinamide (B3), pyridoxine (B6), folic acid (B9), and vitamin B12. Spirulina is also rich in minerals, including a large amount of potassium, zinc, selenium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, chromium, iron and manganese.

It also contains vitamin K, zeaxanthin or lutein and the essential fatty acid, gamma linoleic acid and some unique pigments that give spirulina their bluish color, phycobilins including phycocyanin and allophycocyanin.

Spirulina, when processed and manufactured into fine granules becomes spirulina powder and sold in health food stores and pharmaceutical counters in major shopping centers across the country. Bulk spirulina powder is also sometimes available at these outlets where you can purchase it dried or freeze-dried. But for a steady and regular supply of bulk spirulina powder you can go online where you will find virtual nutritional supplements stores that sell not only bulk spirulina powder but also spirulina tablets and capsules.

Spirulina powder tastes very much like spinach and seaweeds and has a very mild flavor which makes it very appealing for culinary purposes. It can be freely used in cooking from preparing envigorating soups to all sorts of delicious and mouth-watering desserts.

Spirulina powder has been labeled a superfood due to the large amount of vitamins and minerals it contains, its very high protein content, its reasonable cost, and ease of producing it. It has also been declared as a potential element to fight global malnutrition and because of this, it has been strongly lauded and supported by the United Nations envisioning a world whose people are being fed with spirulina currently grown in abundance in thousands of ponds in areas like Lake Chad in Central Africa, Lake Texcoco in Mexico, and the Great Rift Valley in East Africa.

Previous studies conducted suggest spirulina may boost the immune system. It has antiviral and anticancer properties although more research is needed to further prove whether or not spirulina is indeed beneficial to humans.

Another reason why people take spirulina powder is that it is believed to alleviate the effects of allergic reactions. When regularly taken in small doses, spirulina powder regulates the amount of interleukin-4 in the body significantly reducing the potency of these allergies. These daily small doses can save the life of people suffering from minor allergies such as animal allergies and hay fever and get their bodies back to their normal function again.

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23/03/2010 12:45

First blog

Our new blog has been launched today. Stay focused on it and we will try to keep you informed. You can read new posts on this blog via the RSS feed.

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