Spirulina for Nutraceuticals
Spirulina – Now Spirulina can be used as a Nutraceutical ingredient due to its unique combinations of Phytonutrients like Phycocyanin, carotenoids, Xanthophylls, GLA,(Gamma linoleic acids), Galactolipids, Sulfolipids, Chlorophyll, Minerals and etc.,
Spirulina is nature’s richest source of protein. Its protein value is six times more than eggs and 20 times more than milk, with protein content of 60-70% on dry weight basis.
Every kilogram of Spirulina on dry weight basis is equivalent to 1000kg of assorted vegetables in terms of nutrition.
Spirulina is a good source of beta – carotene that enhances and protects eye sight.
Spirulina is a good source of Gamma- Linolenic acid that reduces bad cholesterol in blood. Also reduces obesity, alcoholism and mental disorders.
Spirulina is a good “ANTIOXIDANT”, most powerful scavenger of free radicals in the body, thus can prevent diabetes, cancer, emotional fatigue and stress.
High content of potassium present in Spirulina controls hypertension and helps in proper functioning of heart muscles and nerves.
Spirulina is virtually fat free, so it helps in uniform weight reduction with no side effects.
|NATURAL COMPOSITION||SPECIAL FEATURES OF PRODUCTS||NUTRACEUTICAL BENEFITS|
|1.Proteins||More than 60% complete digestible protein; it is high nutrients of natural source of protein on earth. No single plant source can provide.||Energizes & Renews your body. A net protein utilization rate of between 50-61%.|
4.SOD: Superoxide Dismutase.
6. GLA: Gamma Linolenic Acid
|6 natural combinations
Vast amount phycocyanin present per gram
Chlorophyll is basically the blood of plants.
Spirulina- is richest whole food source of beta-carotene. Unlike other beta-carotene supplements..
Spirulina is not only rich in beta-carotene. It contains other very important carotenoids like zeaxanthin and beta-cryptoxanthin as well as lesser known carotenoids such as myxoxanthophyll and Echinenone.
The body absorbs natural beta-carotene ten times more easily than other.
It is second most prevalent carotenoid in Spirulina. It is nature’s richest sources of
Vitamin E by over 400 times
Spirulina- rich in Antioxidants such as phycocyanin, carotenoids, superoxide dismutase and Vitamins C and E.
It is “antioxidant catalyst” enzyme.
Polysaccharides are great constituent of Spirulina, show great benefits in human nutrition.
GLA is synthesized from linoleic acid, and from GLA the body makes a very important hormone – like substance called PROSTAGLANDIN E1(PGE1)
(Linoleic acid is classified as essential: the body needs it but cannot make it, so it must be supplied in the diet.)
Spirulina is an excellent source of Vitamin B12.
Spirulina is an excellent source of VitaminK1&K2.
Phycocyanin in Spirulina helps the strong antioxidant and immune boosting benefits.
Act as a powerful antioxidant, boost the immune system.
Supports cellular detoxification and body alkalinity.
Including beta-carotene and Zeaxanthin, which protect the skin and eyes.
Reduces aging, cancer risk, cholesterol & PMS.
Lower risk for several diseases.
Antioxidants protection to the eyes. Brain and central nervous system.
Eating foods rich in Antioxidants is great way to help prevent cancer and lower risk for severa l cardiovascular diseases.
An important antioxidant enzyme. Anti ageing.
Protects cells from toxic.
Great influence in neurodegenerative diseases
Calcium Spirulina inhibit the replication of viruses which causing disease in human being. Like HIV-1, Herpes simplex 1, Measles, Mumps, influenza and human cytomegalovirus.
PROSTAGLANDIN E1(PGE1) , Prevent heart attacks and strokes, helps to remove excess fluid, improves circulation, slows down cholesterol production , improves nerve function, and regulates cell division.
Prevent inflammation and pain.
A deficiency cause fatigue and moodiness, and eventually causes neurological damage.
It essential for normal growth and neurological functions
Vitamin K1: essential for blood coagulation.
Bone health for the development of bone marrow.
Reduce the memory loss ( Alzheimer”s.)
Vitamin K2: Plays key role in bone health.
Strengthening the skeleton and calcium binding.
Prevent the Osteoporosis