What they're saying about Superlina
I LOVE the Superlina Spirulina Powder. I’ve been adding it to my green smoothies in the morning for extra Vegan protein and it tastes amazing. I’m going to try the hummus recipe next!
A gluten-free, Vegan, Paleo, Keto, and diabetic-friendly source of plant-based protein...
Could Superlina Spirulina powder be better than organic? We think so! Superlina is cultivated in a controlled and environmentally sustainable facility, meaning that it isn’t open to nature (and all the things that come with it) and
Superlina farm-fresh Spirulina powder is:
High in plant-based protein and dietary fiber. Loaded with vitamins, minerals, and all essential and non-essential amino acids. Packed with antioxidants to boost your immune system and reduce inflammation. Gut-friendly and easy to digest, leaving you feeling fuller for longer. It is also brimming with beta-carotene, rich in iron and calcium, and is Vegan and Paleo-approved.
Spirulina is gaining worldwide acceptance as a food ingredient (and SUPER-food ingredient, no less) due to its availability and sustainability of production, extraordinary nutritional and bioactive properties, and plentiful functional properties.
Like most agriculture, the conditions need to be right for it to thrive. In spite of the fact that it can be cultivated in both fresh and saltwater environments, it grows best in alkaline lakes with a very high pH. As algae, it requires lots of sunlight, so there are certain parts of the world that have proven especially good for its growth, including Greece, Japan, India, Spain, and, thankfully for us, the United States
If it's Green, it's Good!
Spirulina is the ‘superest’ of all superfoods! Teeming with antioxidants, brimming with beta-carotene, and rich in iron, calcium, and protein—it’s even Vegan and Paleo-approved!
And yes, it’s green! Don’t be scared of the dark green color, its main active component is phycocyanin – the antioxidant substance that gives Spirulina its unique dark green color. Spirulina is a low-calorie (only 30 calories per tbsp), high-protein, and nutrient-dense addition to your diet. It’s loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that have many benefits for the mind and body. It can help regulate blood sugar, lower cholesterol as part of a heart-healthy diet, boost metabolism and so much more!