Active Ingredient: Low heavy metal Phycocyanin
Description: Blue fine powder
Botanical Source: Algae Blue Pigment
Main Specification: Color value E18 ±5%
Package: 5kg per Foil bag into Fiber Drum
What’s low heavy metal phycocyanin?
Phycocyanin is a pigment protein complex that is heavily sought after for its many health benefits. But where can get low heavy metal phycocyanin? What is the benefits of low leavy metal phycocyanin supplement?
Spirulina is a great source of phycocyanin, and its all natural. Our spirulina is cultivated in Inner Mongolina, China, where is based in North China, far away from pollution, with very low heavy metals of drinking well water.
People can be exposed to heavy metals though ingestion, inhalation, or contact with skin. The severity of health effects of heavy metals is related to the type and chemical form of each particular contaminant, and is also depends on the exposure time and dose.
Our phycocyanin is low heavy metals, with total heavy metals below 5ppm, which is the highest standard that can offer to the market in China.
Phycocyanin is one of the major pigment constituents of Spirulina, a Microalgae used in many countries as dietary supplement whose nutritional and therapeutic values have been very well documented. Phycocyanin is a blue colored pigment that belongs to the class of Phycobilli proteins found in Blue-Green algae. Spirulina is known to have nutritional advantages of high-quality protein content and other components such as vitamins; minerals, and essential fatty acids including γ -linolenic acid, and β-carotene.
Phycocyanin occurs as the major phycobiliprotein in many Cyanobacteria and as a secondary phycobiliprotein in some red algae. Phycobiliproteins are a small group of highly conserved chromoproteins that constitute the phycobilisome, a macromolecular protein complex whose main function is to serve as a light harvesting complex for the photosynthetic apparatus of cyanobacteria and eukaryotic groups. The most common classes of phycobiliproteins are allophycocyanin, phycocyanin and phycoerythrin.
Phycocyanin (Blue) and Phycoerythrin (Red) are two main natural pigments commercially produced from algae. Phycocyanins and phycoerythrins are photosynthetic accessory pigments collectively called Phycocyanobilins or Phycobiliproteins.
Antioxidant – Phycocyanin has the ability to fight off free radicals. Free radicals are unstable molecules that occur within the body and cause harm due to their instability. Phycocyanin, being a powerful antioxidant (like bilirubin) is able to interact safely with free radicals and prevent damage. It is important to have enough antioxidants to keep a stable antioxidant to free-radical balance.
Anti-inflammatory – Phycocyanin is shown to inhibit the COX-2 enzyme, which is responsible for much of the inflammation and pain that goes on in the body. Inhibiting this enzyme leads to both reduced inflammation and pain. This is a proven method of reducing and treating inflammatory type diseases such as arthritis.
Immune Booster – Another thing you should know is that phycocyanin is an antiproliferative as well as a proliferative. This means that it prevents or slows down the spread of cells and can also increase the spread of cells. It does so in a an optimal manner, slowing bad cells and increasing good cells. It has proven to be effective in treating diseases such as cancer by reducing, and in some cases eliminating the mutant cells.
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