Spirulina is the highest, most balanced and most digestible plant protein source known to the present world.
▪ It is a source of several important phytonutrients not found in any other green foods.
▪ It is a rich source of Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA) a rare essential fatty acid.
▪ It is world's richest natural source of Vitamin B-12 and Pro-Vitamin 'A'.
It is best natural source of anti oxidants, a natural anti ageing drug.
▪ It contains a whole spectrum of natural mixed carotene and xanthophyll phytopigments. Spirulina contains the highest amounts of chlorophyll, carotenoids and other plant pigments and colors that define green foods that makes it the most cost-effective of green foods.
▪ It is an excellent source of beta-carotene, vitamins, trace elements etc.
▪ It is world's richest natural source of protein, iron, vitamins, and minerals.
Spirulina is 100% natural, nontoxic and cholesterol-free. There are No known side effects of spirulina.
▪ It conforms to US FDA, Japanese and European Health Standards.
▪ It is consumed in its most natural form as no artificial flavours or colours are added in Spirulina products.

Thus it is an ideal food supplement that provides the body with the entire essential nutrients required daily, leaving you fresh, active and energetic through out the day. Researchers at NASA found it to be an excellent, compact space food for astronauts, as it is believed that 1 kg. of Spirulina is equivalent to 1000 kgs. of assorted vegetables. International health organizations have also summoned Spirulina as one of the "Greatest Super foods on Earth". Spirulina is being developed as the "food of the future" because of its amazing ability to synthesize high-quality concentrated food more efficiently than any other algae.

Benefits of Spirulina
Spirulina is an excellent natural food that contains vitamins, minerals and many other nutrients.
▪ It helps control obesity, heart diseases and arthritis. It helps protecting eyesight.
▪ It is natural source of anti oxidants that is a natural anti aging drug thus spirulina helps to stay young.
▪ It repairs body tissues and provides immunity and thus strengthens body's defense mechanism.
▪ It is world's richest natural source of GLA (Gamma-Linolenic Acid) that is rare essential fatty acid; it helps reducing cholesterol and benefits the heart.
▪ It is the only vegetable source of vitamin B12 and helps to calm nerves and fights stress. As it contains many nutritious values along with iron it is good for treating anemia and malnutrition.
▪ It enhances the body's ability to generate new blood cells.
▪ It regulates and improves the activity of some important parts of the immune system like: the Bone Marrow Stem Cells, Macrophages, T-cells and anti-cancer Natural Killer cells.
▪ It also helps improve the functioning of spleen and thymus glands.
▪ It has also been observed by the scientists that Spirulina enhances the numeric growth of macrophages and they become activated and more effective at killing germs.
▪ It is a safe and natural food that provides intense nutritional support for optimum health and wellness.

Spirulina acts as a functional food, feeding beneficial intestinal flora, especially Lactobacillus and Bifidus. Maintaining a healthy population of these bacteria in the intestine reduces potential problems from opportunistic pathogens like E. coli and Candida albicans. Studies show when Spirulina is added to the diet, as it is beneficial for intestinal flora increase. Based on some researches, scientists hope the use of Spirulina and its extracts may reduce or prevent cancers and viral diseases. Bacterial or parasitic infections may be prevented or respond better to treatment and wound healing may improve. Symptoms of anemia, poisoning and immunodeficiency may be alleviated. Scientists in the USA, Japan, China, Russia, India and other countries are studying this remarkable food to unlock its potential. Research is also going on to determine its usefulness against AIDS and other killer diseases.
Nutrient contents of Spirulina
Proteins - 65% (includes Phycocyanin - 15%)
Lipids - 6% (includes GLA-1%)
Minerals - 8%
Carbohydrates - 15%
Vitamins - 0.75%
Beta Carotene - 0.20%
Xanthophylls - 0.25%
Chlorophyll -1%
Moisture -3.80%.