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Egert Tablets Spirulina 3X80 Tablets

Product Code: 1374178
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  • $43.41

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Egert Spirulina 40gr/80 tablets Packaging 140 cc amber colored glass bottle, plastic cap, safety tape. Product content Each bottle contains 40 grams, approximately 80 tablets of 100% pure spirulina. It does not contain preservatives and gluten. WHAT IS SPIRULINA? Spirulina is a microscopic algae that belongs to the blue-green algae group. It is considered the descendant of the first photosynthetic creatures. Spirulina is a product produced in pools that respect the nature, consume the world's resources to a minimum and do not harm the environment. The ripened spirulinas are offered for consumption in their natural form, powder or tablet form after being filtered and dried without any processing. PROTEIN AND AMINO ACIDS Spirulina contains protein at the rate of approximately 65% ​​of its dry weight. Spirulina is followed by soybeans with 35%, milk powder with 35%, red meat or fish meat with 15-25%, eggs with 12% and milk with 3.2%. Proteins are made up of amino acids. Since essential amino acids are not produced by the human organism, they must be taken from the outside. The body also needs non-essential amino acids. However, the body can synthesize them. A protein is considered a complete protein if it contains all essential amino acids. Spirulina protein is a complete protein as it contains all essential amino acids. The cell wall of spirulina consists of mucopolysaccharides, there is no cellulose in its structure. This structural feature makes spirulina easily digestible and digestible. Protein Source % Water % protein Spirulina 5 60-70 Soy 8 36.7 Milk powder 4 36 Sardines 50 20.6 Trout 77.6 19.2 Chicken 61.3 19 Beef 56.5 17.4 Eggs 74 12, 8 Sheep's milk 81.6 5.6 Yoghurt 86.1 4.8 Cow's milk 88.5 3.2 FAT, CALORIES, CHOLESTEROL Spirulina contains 5% less fat than many other protein sources. 10 gr. Spirulina is 36 calories and contains almost no cholesterol. Spirulina is a low-calorie, cholesterol-free, low-fat protein. VITAMINS AND MINERALS Natural Beta-carotene: ( Provit- A ) Spirulina contains more beta carotene than concentrated carrots. High doses of vitamin A can be toxic. However, beta carotene, which is also found in spirulina and some plants, is safe. Because the human body converts beta-carotene to vitamin A only when it needs it. Vitamin B 12 and B complex vitamins: Spirulina is one of the richest sources of plant vitamin B12 in nature. 10 g of Spirulina contains 20 mg of vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 is necessary for the production of red blood cells and for nervous system functions. On the other hand, Spirulina contains thiamine, nisain and riboflavin. B6, niacin, biotin, pantothenic acid, folic acid, inositol are found at lower rates. Natural iron supplementation: Iron deficiency is common especially in women, children and the elderly. Generally, women do not get enough iron in their weight loss diets and experience problems related to anemia. Iron is essential for making red blood cells and a healthy immune system. There is 1 mg of iron in every 1 g of Spirulina. Calcium, magnesium, zinc and other trace elements: Spirulina contains more calcium than milk. Calcium is essential for bones and neural transmission. Deficiency can lead to osteoporosis (bone loss), especially in older women. Spirulina also contains high levels of magnesium. Magnesium has effects such as facilitating calcium absorption in our body and regulating blood pressure. Spirulina contains very low levels of sodium and iodine. Therefore, it is ideal for those who follow a salt-free diet. ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS: People need fatty acids from their daily diet. Essential fatty acids have functions such as regulating cholesterol levels and synthesizing prostaglandins. 10 grams of spirulina contains 225 mg of essential fatty acids, mainly linoleic and gamalinoleic acids. NATURAL PIGMENTS: Phycocyanin: Pigments are helpful in synthesizing many enzymes required in human metabolism. Spirulina gets its dark color from natural pigments produced at different wavelengths of sunlight. Phycocyanin is the most important pigment containing iron in the structure of spirulina. This pigment makes up 14% of the whole weight of spirulina. Chlorophyll: The general feature of green foods is that they contain high chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is known as a cleansing and detoxifying phytonutrient. It is sometimes called green blood because of its similarity to hemoglobin. Its green color is due to the magnesium ion it contains. Spirulina is one of the foods with the highest chlorophyll content with 1% chlorophyll. USAGE IN DIETS Spirulina is a natural food supplement. In addition to being used as a supplement to daily nutrition, it is also preferred in diets. 3-6 tablets of spirulina taken daily play an important role in giving a feeling of satiety and meeting the nutritional elements that cannot be taken during the diet. Spirulina is not a medicine. It is a food supplement. Supplementary foods cannot replace normal diet

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