Blue algae spirulina powder Product Details Introduction
Blue algae spirulina powderis a kind of lower plant, belongs to the cyanophyta, rivulariaceae. They and bacteria, intracellular no real nuclei, say again so blue bacteria. Blue green algae cell structure original, and is very simple, it is the earth appears the earliest photosynthetic organisms, on this planet was formed in 3.5 billion. It grows in the water, in microscopy the form for spiral filamentous, so its name.
Product name: Blue algae spirulina powder
Particle size: Pass 80~120 mesh
Appearance: Dark green fine powder
Specs: 60%min protein
Function: Immune& Anti-Fatigue
Our Blue algae spirulina powder is Natural & Organic, Non-GMO, Non-Allergen and ISO22000 HACCP KOSHER HALALcertificated
It can help keeping body weight, keep suitable body shape
Can promote immune system and antioxidant activity
Can contribute to sound cholesterol levels
It can improve gastrointestinal and digestive health
It can support cardiovascular function
It can enhance natural cleansing and detoxification
This powder contains a lot of amino acids, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients,help body with better health careener
This can be made into tablets, capsules and powder form, these can prevent various of diseases
It can nourish and cure the skin
How does Spirulina differ from Chlorella and other blue-green algae?
Granted, both are incredibly powerful superfoods that can benefit anyone who takes them as part of their daily health regimen, but spirulina and chlorella are definitely two different varieties of a similar type of microalgae.
Physical Differences Between Spirulina and Chlorella
Spirulina and chlorella are very similar in the fact that they are both types of micro-algae, but whereasspirulina is a spiral-shaped, multi-celled plantwith no true nucleus, chlorella is a spherical-shaped single-celled micro-organism with a nucleus. Spirulina can sometimes be up to 100-times larger than chlorella.
In addition, while spirulina is a blue-green form of algae, chlorella is a solid green-colored form of algae.
Cultivation Differences Between Spirulina and Chlorella
Spirulina tends to grow best in fresh water ponds, rivers, and lakes that have a relatively high alkaline content. Moderate temperatures and abundant sunshine are required in order to produce exemplary crops. In most natural environments, the waters where spirulina flourishes is usually home to very few other organisms, so harvesting the crop is easier. Meanwhile, chlorella, which is also grown in fresh water, tends to occupy water with other organisms due to its microscopic size, making it much more difficult to harvest and cultivate.
Chlorella is also traditionally more difficult to process than spirulina, due to the fact that it has an indigestible cellulose wall. Therefore, chlorella requires processing before it can be made available for human consumption. It first has to undergo a complex process in order to mechanically break the cellulose wall. If the cellulose wall isn't broken, then the body won't be able to digest it. This process is not only complex, but it requires expensive equipment to perform. Therefore, the cost of the product is ultimately significantly higher.
In comparison, spirulina has a perfectly digestible cellulose wall, therefore it is readily available for consumption, and immediately digested and absorbed when taken.
Nutritional Differences Between Spirulina and Chlorella
Both spirulina and chlorella are classified assuperfoods, so they are both among the richest nutrient sources on the planet. But, spirulina has a higher percentage of protein(Phycocyanin) and iron, as well as all eight essential amino acids; potassium; zinc; calcium; vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6 and B-12. Spirulina also has a higher percentage of beta-carotene, while chlorella has a greater level of chlorophyll (due to its dark green color).
Additional Differences Between Spirulina, Chlorella
●Spirulina contains Phycocyanin, a pigment-protein complex, it boosts the immune system, increases energy and metabolism, and improves digestion!Who knew algae could be so wonderful?
●Spirulina offers the highest level of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), a "good fat" that is vital for the health and function of the brain, heart, and other body organs and systems