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Spirulina Powder (Organic)

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For sheer concentration and variety of nutrients, Spirulina is regarded as nature’s ‘superfood’.

About this product

For sheer concentration and variety of nutrients, Spirulina is regarded as nature’s ‘superfood’. Spirulina yields more nutrition per hectare than any other crop or livestock - for example, a hectare of Spirulina yields 40 times more protein than a hectare of soya, and 200 times more protein per hectare than beef cattle.

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Categories Energy, Organic Products, Superfood Capsules & Powders, Metabolic Support, Vegan , Superfood Capsules & Powders, Energy, Metabolic Support and Organic Products
Status Powder
Form & Pack Size Free Flowing Powder
Pack Size: 150g
Dosage Instructions Mix 2-3 teaspoons (5-10g) daily into juice, shakes, smoothies, soup or yoghurt.
Age Restriction Suitable for all ages but it is advised to reduce dosage according to age and weight.
Packaging 500ml green PET bottle
EFSA approved claims N/A

100% Pure Organic Spirulina Powder

100g will provide:

Energy KJ and kcal 1594kJ/378kcal  

Fat

8.2g

of which:

Saturated fats

1.1g

Carbohydrates

9.1g

of which:

Sugars

3g

Fibre

7g

Protein

63.5g

Salt

1.1g

Vitamin D

6µg

Vitamin E

31.7mg

Thiamin (B1)

0.5mg

Riboflavin (B2)

0.7mg

Niacin (B3)

22mg

Vitamin B12

60µg

Potassium

1328mg

Calcium

452.8mg

Phosphorus

950mg

Magnesium

305.2mg

Iron

123.1mg

Zinc

3.6mg

Manganese

5.2mg

Chromium

280µg

Chlorophyll 1179mg

None 

  • Vegetarian & Vegan.
  • No artificial colours or flavours.
  • FREE FROM: GMO, Gluten, Wheat, Yeast, Dairy, Lactose, Corn, Nuts, Salt, Sugar, Soya & Starch.
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