If you’re planning a detox, don’t start without MicrOrganics UK’s Hawaiian Spirulina. A complete and natural whole food, this microscopic blue-green alga is cleansing, satisfying and highly nutritious. It aids detox by helping cleanse the digestive tract, keeping energy levels high and feeding the body with all its essential nutrients in a natural form that won’t overload your system.
Spirulina spurs on detox because it:
- Is very alkaline, so aids digestion
- Regulates blood sugar levels that sometimes go haywire while detoxing
- Conditions the skin, hair and nails
- Provides protective antioxidants and nutrients, including essential fatty acid GLA
- Provides essential protein and vitamins
- Supplies pure yet powerful nutrition* to support the body as it ‘rests’ from traditional meals
- Curbs your appetite and holds back hunger pangs: just one teaspoon of powder or four tablets one hour before eating a meal will do the trick, thanks to its 60% protein content
- Boosts energy levels, thus helping to overcome the energy slump that so often accompanies detoxing
How do I take spirulina?
Look out for a pure brand: MicrOrganics UK’s Hawaiian Spirulina is grown without herbicides or pesticides and is 100% natural. Take at least one heaped teaspoon of Spirulina powder (3 grams) or six tablets a day. Shake the powder into fruit juice or a smoothie or take the tablets whole with water or fruit juice. Take more if you need more energy. (Being a food not a supplement, you can’t have ‘too much’.)
Where can I buy Spirulina?
Find MicrOrganics UK’s Hawaiian Spirulina range in independent health food stores or online at www.microrganics.co.uk. The powder costs from £11.95 for 110 grams and the half-gram tablets cost from £8.95 for 110: post and packaging are free on all size orders to UK addresses.
* Note to editors
Spirulina is nature’s richest whole food source of complete protein and is highly recommended by nutritionists for its almost complete absorbability. It contains the entire anti-oxidant spectrum and is the only known whole-food source of Phycocyanin, a powerful immune stimulant. Low in sodium and cholesterol, Spirulina contains 18 of the known 22 amino acids, including all eight essential amino acids. It also contains vitamin E, vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6, plus 14 minerals including iron, selenium, copper, manganese and zinc. All these vitamins and minerals are bonded to the amino acids, making them far easier for the body to assimilate.
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