Giving high quality concentrated nutrition better than any other algae have made it a super strong food – also known as astronaut food.
We’re sharing some interesting nutritional facts on the amazing Spirulina, and the benefits DXN Spirulina can bring to your health! According to scientific studies certain food groups are Acidic and some are Alkaline.
Dr. Ragnar Berg, Swedish-born nutritionist and Nobel Prize Winner conducted research on the acid-alkaline ratio and body pH in the diet and was one of the first to realize the importance of an alkaline diet. His findings suggested to restore health the diet should consist of 80% alkaline foods and 20% acidic foods, to build maximum resistance against disease.
Acidic Food is all meat, fish, shrimp, pasta, dried foods, wheat, rice, processed cheese, granola, bread and flour. Alkaline Food is vegetables, fruits, seaweeds, sweet potato, almond milk, quinoa, bee pollen and egg white.
Athletes need extra nutritional support and elements.
Spirulina contains Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA) which is known to give prostaglandins, the principal hormones which regulate cells in the body, including the heart, skin, circulatory and muscular system. The right levels of prostaglandins are required for good health and developing sports performance. This is why many world class athletes use spirulina to help improve their performance and stamina.
“Spirulina is a high quality food, rich in iron, safe for consumption and an extremely nutritional supplement for children.” – World Health Organization, 1992.
Spirulina is one of the most nutrient rich foods available and that has made it a superb food for dealing with children suffering from diseases, malnutrition and weakened immune system. With very low calories it can provide speedy recovery to any weight loss program, while it’s rare nutritional ingredients have an unmatched digestibility.
There have been over 200 studies that show the nutritional benefits of regularly consuming Spirulina. To help maintain good health, an alkaline diet and longevity, use DXN Spirulina daily, a super food and gift to humans.
□ Rich in Antioxidants
□ Natural Heavy Metal Detoxification
□ Anti-Cancer Effects
□ Eliminates Candida
□ Lowers Blood Pressure
□ Improves Blood Circulation
□ Reduces Cholesterol
□ Increases Metabolism Fat Burning
□ Helps with Diabetes
□ Provides Energy and Vitality
DXN currently holds international top quality and health certifications, the core business activities of DXN include the cultivation, manufacturing and marketing of health food like Spirulina. This ensures that DXN Spirulina is 100% organic, 100% chemical free, non GMO and being manufactured in strict compliance to meet the highest standards of quality and food health.
ISO International Standards ensure that products and services are safe, reliable and of good quality. ISO is an independent, non-governmental international organization with a membership of 163 national standards bodies. ISO 9001 is a set of requirements for quality management systems and ISO 14001 is for environmental management systems. Successfully meeting the highly respected regulatory requirements of the ISO 9001 Standard shows that DXN is committed to total quality management and constantly improving the quality of management process, focusing on the customer, and ensuring the excellent quality of it’s spirulina constantly remains the same.
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