Spirulina   il cibo del futuro



Blue-green algae is a group of 1,500 species of microscopic aquatic plants, of which spirulina is a well-known example. The two most common species used for human consumption are Arthrospira platensis en Spirulina maxima
Spirulina does naturally occur in Africa, Asia and South America, it habitates in tropical and subtropical lakes with a high pH level and high concentrations of carbonates and bicarbonates.

Most of the health benefits to humans that were adressed to spirulina and other blue-green algae supplementation are supported by anecdotes rather than scientific research. Spirulina is particularly rich in protein (60%) and it also contains carotenoids, vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids.

Gnocchi di spirulina con gelatina al pomodoro

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