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I love Spirulina!

I am having such a great year so far…I didn’t eat too many chocolate Easter Eggs this Easter and completed my 12 weeks on my detox  and now back on my beloved Spirulina…this is my natural boost injection from nature.  

I personally prefer using the powder as I blend of my favourite berries and a teaspoon of this green powder and add to my smoothie jar that I take to work daily.  This provides my natural source of vitamins and minerals, supporting all of my organs, fighting inflammation, and even boosting my immunity.

Did you know that Spirulina is a blue-green algae, and is believed to be one of the oldest life forms on  contains proteins, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and essential fatty acids that contribute to its health benefits?

Being a nutrient-dense superfood that can provide numerous health benefits, I know that they are crucial for maintaining general health and promoting wellness for my clients, this is why I share with everyone how much I love taking Spirulina daily. 

Something that may surprise you is that Spirulina consists of nearly 60% protein by dry weight and includes all vital amino acids, making it a comprehensive source of protein. In addition, it’s very low in calories and fat, with just 20 calories and 1 gram of fat per tablespoon. This is so good for everyone to know as my clients ask me if it will make them put on weight…and my hunger has completely left me and find that I am no longer cravings anything sweet and that is why I could control myself around all the chocolate Easter Eggs over Easter.

Did you know that Spirulina also contains minerals such as magnesium, potassium, and copper? Moreover, spirulina provides a small amount of carbohydrates, mainly in the form of easy-to-digest polysaccharides. These provide energy for your body without causing significant spikes in blood sugar levels.

One of the main antioxidants found in spirulina is phycocyanin. This compound is responsible for the algae’s characteristic blue-green color and plays a crucial role in fighting oxidative damage and providing anti-inflammatory benefits.

In addition to its antioxidant properties, spirulina also exhibits anti-inflammatory effects. I am no longer needing my chiropractor monthly as am feeling so good each morning as I jump out of bed no more back pain for me…my back would always seize up after a few sessions at the gym and now I don’t feel the tugging on my muscles. 

Being vegetarian, my iron has always been on the lower end and now it is the highest it has been in ages. My energy is high and I just know my immunity is in check as well as Spirulina rich in Vitamin C and beta-carotene. Not only great to assist with my iron levels but also to keep my cholesterol in check. In addition, some further positive facts on Spirulina is that it is rich in iron, about 58 times more than in spinach, and 18 times higher than that found in meat and how good is that!

I also love sharing with everyone that Spirulina is a support for blood sugar control as it contains nutrients that help regulate blood sugar levels, which can be beneficial in maintaining overall health.



What more can I say, this superfood is what makes me dance in great health daily along with my Green Omega, Green Magnesium and my daily home made Chai…can it get better than this…truly plant based living is all that I promote now as it is the way to move to your best ever health…

Live well,

Susan Gianevsky



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