Nature's Most Complete Superfood
Spirulina has been a fundamental food for many civilizations since ancient times. It is a blue-green algae that has an abundance of vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, phytonutrients and antioxidants. Every cell of Spirulina is 60% protein with all essential amino acids. And it has zero calories!
Detoxify and Rejuvenate
Antioxidants are powerful substances that protect our cells from damage. Spirulina is a natural detoxifier, it helps rid the body of toxins and heavy metals that we are exposed to daily. Spiruvive’s fresh raw Spirulina is virtually tasteless - a testament to its quality. See Study.
Spirulina’s energy powers are fueled by Omega-6, this essential nutrient found in plant-based oils, and is easily absorbed by the body and helps in releasing energy, improving brain function and stimulating skin and hair growth.
Spirulina contains nature's only source of phycocyanin, which enhances the body's defences. It carries plentiful benefits in combatting allergies, cardiovascular problems, and possesses high anti-inflammatory properties. See Study.
Fresh and Local to B.C.
Grown in Richmond, B.C in a controlled micro-climate system, we not only strive to deliver a pure and quality Spirulia but also one that contains all the vital live enzymes that are essential for you. While dried Spirulina is more dense in nutrient content, the drying process can take all those valuable nutriets out of it and make it difficult to digest. Fresh Spirulina on the other hand, comes with a wide range of vital live enzymes that replenish and reactivate the cells and organs of the body. Also, we keep our live Spirulina in its liquid form, because research shows that liquid fresh Spirulina is 6 times more absorable by the body than in dried form. Here are 3 reasons to switch from powdered to fresh Spirulina.
Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy Free
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans, you can add Spirulina to practically anything. Swirl into your morning juice for a supercharged day or add to your smoothie to hop on board the green juice trend.’