Chronic diseases


Spirulina in diet and nutrition in people with chronic diseases

Improve the quality of life of patients with chronic diseases is a must, you can start including healthy foods (Spirulina) and have good habits of life, these are easy and very important alternatives to carry out.

Spirulina iron source

Spirulina contains iron in a bioavailable form and is also combined with a protein, ferredoxin, which allows its direct assimilation by the organism. Provides a large amount of folic acid and Vitamin B12, its consumption is a good choice with good results in people who need to increase the consumption of this mineral.

Spirulina source of carbohydrates

Contains carbohydrates such as Ramnosa, Glucano, Glycogen, are all slowly assimilated.

Spirulina source of natural antioxidants

The content of antioxidants such as Phycocyanin, Beta-carotene, Super oxide Dismutase and Vitamin E.

Spirulina protein source

  • It contains a highly digestible protein, therefore it does not generate toxic or bacterial residues in the intestine, nor does it promote colon irritation.
  • Does not produce allergic reactions like other types of proteins.
  • It is very green because of its rich chlorophyll

Spirulina contains essential fatty acids

The micro alga Spirulina contains polyunsaturated fatty acids, chlorophyll, essential amino acids and essential fatty acids such as the gamma-linolenic acid GLA.

The unique vitamin complexes of Spirulina and its antioxidants Beta-carotene, phycocyanin, Vitamin E, selenium and chlorophyll; they allow the body to provide natural antioxidants.