Did you know that Spirulina powder supplement is considered a superfood? And before you dismiss this as a temporary fad, you may be interested to know that some of the original settlers in the American colonies survived food shortages by drying and consuming blue green algae, or what we call spirulina.
Spirulina grows on freshwater ponds and is technically algae, not seaweed, since it is not a saltwater organism.
Spirulina powder supplement is the dried, powdered version of the nutritious algae and contains several B vitamins and vitamins C. D. and E, as well as numerous minerals.
Follows these tips to buy and use this green superfood supplement.
Check the product description to make sure the spirulina is certified organic, or is grown naturally without the use of herbicides, pesticides or other harmful chemicals.
Make sure the spirulina powder supplement contains no additives, fillers or preservatives -- you should be buying just for the supplement with no other ingredients.
Consider buying spirulina tablets instead of powder if you would like to take the Chlorella algae supplement in pill form rather than using the powder.
Take spirulina by mixing 1 to 3 tablespoons into a fruit or yogurt smoothie every morning. If you make fruit or vegetable juices in a juicer, add the powder to the mix for an extremely nutritious drink.