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November 2013 Issue

Uncovering Health Benefits for Spirulina and Salba

Spirulina, a type of algae that belongs to the cyanobacteria family, is harvested from ponds and other bodies of water, and can be found in powder, tablet or flake form. It is often lauded for it’s very high protein content; more than 50 percent of its calories come from amino acids.

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