Considered a "superaliment", spirulina is an algae rich in proteins, carotenoids and iron. It acts on vitality, tonus and the rapid supply of energy.
A choice ally during periods of fatigue, it is also known to boost the immune system. A cure will be perfect as the new school year approaches or as winter approaches!
Spirulina is more and more recognised as having numerous benefits when practising sport. In particular, it acts on the reduction of muscular pain and cramps thanks to its high iron and B vitamins content.
Its high protein content allows the production and repair of muscles and tendons.
The botanical minute
Spirulina is a small algae that takes its name from its spiral shape.
This micro-algae is blue-green in colour.
Native to the lakes of the tropical belt, it is fairly easy to cultivate and was a real food resource in certain civilizations such as the Aztecs.