Is spirulina a yeast?

Answer Spirulina is a form of blue-green algae---not a yeast---that is used primarily as a nutritional supplement. Although related to kelp, spirulina is not a sea plant. It thrives in alkaline fresh-wate... Read More »

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How much nickel is in spirulina?

Spirulina, a blue-green algae considered to be a complete protein, does not contain the mineral nickel; however, it does contain trace amounts of minerals such as potassium, iron, phosphorus and zi... Read More »

Question about SPIRULINA once and for all?

I take it myself, it seems people say it is good for you, but the "BIG companies" like the FDA and stuff say its not so good or the effects "don't have enought evidence".I am not sure what to belie... Read More »

What is Hawaiian spirulina?

Spirulina is a microscopic algae that grows in both fresh and salt water. It is used as a food supplement that is high in B vitamins as well as an impressive assortment of other nutrients. Hawaiian... Read More »

Does Spirulina have Omega 3?

Spirulina comes from blue green algae and is an excellent source of both Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids. Spirulina also contains amino acids, vitamin B-12 and beta carotene.References:The Wolfe Cl... Read More »