SPIRUNULINA-CHLORELLA BALANCE [Fonctional food]
SPIRULINA-CHLORELLA BALANCE is a balanced nutritional supplement with the ideal ratio of Spirulina (70%) and Chlorella (30%). Spirulina-Chlorella Balance contains a wide range of micronutrients: Vitamins, Minerals, Essential amino acids, Essential fatty acids and Phytochemicals.
Spirulina and Chlorella are two micro-algae which have been growing for millions of years in the pure water surrounding the equatorial region.
These microalgae are edible for humans, so they can be consumed like any other form of food. These micro-algae contain an impressive range of nutrients: Vitamins, Minerals, Trace elements (micro minerals), Essential fatty acids, Proteins, Nucleic acids (RNA and DNA), Chlorophyll, and a broad spectrum of phytochemicals. In fact, they contain each nutrient that the human body needs (theoretically speaking you would be able to survive on them). Spirulina and Chlorella proportionately contain more proteins and also more digestible proteins than animal food (chlorella is a source of protein, consisting of 58% of proteins). Moreover, these proteins contain all 8 essential amino acids which the human body needs.
The following substances are found in large quantities in Spirulina and Chlorella:
• All group B Vitamins, including Vitamin B12 that is practically never found in plants.
• Vitamin C - Vitamin E - Macro Minerals: Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, etc. ...- Micro Minerals (dietary minerals)
- Omega 3 fatty acids- Muco Polysaccharides- Beta-carotene - Nucleic acids (RNA-DNA) - Chlorophyll - Chlorella growth factor
Instructions of use
Every day 3x10 capsules with a little water during meals. This dose is best increased gradually according to the following schedule:
Week 1: 3x3 per day
Week 2: 3x5 per day
Week 3: 3x7 per day
Then continue to take 3x10 per day.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Keep out of reach of young children.
Nutritional supplements should not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Children, pregnant women and women who are breastfeeding, consult your pharmacist before use.
Check with simultaneous intake of medicines.
No long-term use without professional advice
Range of usage
CompositionIngredients per 30 capsules
Spirulina platensis Geitler powder 10,50 g (Gomont), Chlorella vulgaris Beijerinck powder 4,5 g, Gelatine, Anti-caking agent (Magnesium stearate)
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