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What Is Spirulina?

Spirulina, or Arthrospira, is a blue-green alga that became famous after NASA successfully used it as a dietary supplement for astronauts on space missions. It can modulate immune functions and exhibits anti-inflammatory properties by inhibiting the release of histamine by mast cells. Multiple studies have been conducted investigating the efficacy and potential clinical applications of Spirulina in treating several diseases. A few randomized controlled trials and systematic reviews suggest that this alga may improve several symptoms and may even have anticancer, antiviral, and antiallergic effects. This review addresses current and potential clinical applications, issues of safety, indications, side-effects, and evidence levels. Areas of ongoing and future research are also discussed.

What Make Spirulina A Superfood?

Spirulina is a type of blue-green algae that is rich in protein, vitamins, minerals, carotenoids, and antioxidants that can help protect cells from damage. It contains nutrients, including B complex vitamins, beta-carotene, vitamin E, manganese, zinc, copper, iron, selenium, and gamma linolenic acid (an essential fatty acid). Spirulina — like any blue-green algae — can be contaminated with toxic substances called microcystins. It can also absorb heavy metals from the water where it is grown. For these reasons, it is important to buy spirulina from a trusted brand.
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Why Fresh Spirulina And Not Dried Or Powdered?

The Traditional Way Of Dried and Dead

Almost all Spirulina on the market today, and in the past, comes in a pill or powder form. For this to happen, companies expose the Spirulina to a very high heat to dry it. This process essentially kills it and irreversibly alters the vital nutrition. Removing the water removes it’s essential  life force. Even  with re-hydration, the powdered product can never come back to life. This is NOT  the ideal way to access all of the nutrients that Spirulina provides.

The Key is Bio-Availability!

Live, Fresh Spirulina impressively contains 95 percent bio-availability. Bio-availability refers to the notion of a substance’s ability to be absorbed into circulation readily without needing hours of digestion. This means that 95 percent of the nutrients like a full range of amino acids, all the B vitamins, and all of the antioxidants, are actually absorbed readily when you consume Fresh Spirulina. Spirulina that is in powder or pressed pill form has significantly reduced bio-availability. With all of the awesome vitamins and minerals packed in this superfood, why would you want to lose out on most of it?

THOUSANDS Of Published Research Papers

Spirulina has been extensively researched throughout the years by several institutions.  The UN and WHO both applaud Spirulina for it’s extremely high nutritional value and sustainability.  It has even been called, “The world’s most sustainable food” and has been considered a way to help or possibly even end the world hunger crisis. 

 While most of this research was done to Spirulina while in a dead, powdered form it still had miraculous results! Now Kyanos Farms offers Spirulina as a whole food and not just a dead powder. This means that the bio-availability is MUCH greater.  The enzymes and other whole, unblemished proteins, nutrients, vitamins and minerals  are immediately available for absorption to the bloodstream.  Some suggest that Fresh Spirulina’s bio-availability is up to 45% higher than powdered!

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