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SPYru has developed a revolutionary new water infused with Spirulina, a naturally grown algae containing 70% pure protein. Spirulina has been touted by the U.N. as the ‘Food of the Future’ because of its high protein content.

Protein Made Easy

“Spirulina” is a single, simple ‘active” ingredient that is a proven healthy food with a history going back to the Aztecs when Cortez arrived in Mexico. The indigenous people of the Lake Chad region have been consuming Spirulina cakes for centuries. Containing 65% pure and highly digestible protein, all essential amino acids, and over 20 vitamins and minerals, the United Nations World Food Conference describes Spirulina as "the best food for the future."

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SpyruWater has entered the market with a unique proposition and position: its fundamental ingredient—spirulina—is proven healthful over centuries and scientifically endorsed by globally recognized organizations like the United Nations and World Food Bank.

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Health Benefits

Spirulina is used worldwide by athletes, adults, diabetics, children, pregnant women and generally health conscious people.

Along with just about all of the diet supplementations now available, it could be challenging to find one that is befitting your particular dietary needs. Should you have established that you want to include dietary supplements to your weight loss plan, you should consider the benefits of spirulina, typically thought to be a “super food”, in fact – “The Superfood”.

It contains about 70% protein, the vitamins E, C (beta carotene) and B complex, a number of minerals, phycocyanin and chlorophyll. If you think that carrots are rich in beta carotene, you will be surprised to know that the spirulina herb contains a lot more! The truth is, it is the richest beta carotene food ever.

Because of its contained nutrients, the consequent benefits of spirulina to our body should not be surprising. However, spirulina does not only promote overall health and nutrition. The health benefits of spirulina extend into many uses, most of which are medical in nature.

Spirulina is largely used as an antioxidant, anti-viral agent, weight loss aid and even lipid and cholesterol lowering. Let us look through the many health benefits of spirulina in detail.

Spirulina and Diabetes. Spirulina has been found to have significant positive effects on people suffering from type 2 diabetes mellitus. It is reported that spirulina has the ability to reduce the fasting blood sugar levels in the body after 6 to 8 weeks of intake.

Spirulina and Weight Loss . Spirulina today is most popular as a therapy for weight loss. It is mostly marketed now as the most vitamin rich appetite suppressant. Spirulina is actually one of the non-meat products which contain the highest protein content, along with all the essential nutrients and amino acids, without the unnecessary carbohydrates or fats. Your waistline will surely be kept where you want it.

Spirulina and Cholesterol. Based on the same concept as above, spirulina is also promising in terms of lowering blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Also, spirulina is said to contain gamma-linoleic acid (GLA), which is found uniquely in mother’s milk. This essential fatty acid is vital to promoting heart health in general.

Spirulina and Cancer. Spirulina has long been established to have cancer fighting ingredients. It helps boost the immune system. Not only that, spirulina has been seen to reverse the signs of aging.

* Encouraging weight loss

* Counteracting toxins in the body

* Helping purify the liver

* Increasing mental alertness

* Lowering blood cholesterol and excess triglycerides

* Helping fight viral infections

* Treating radiation sickness

* Enhancing ability to generate new blood cells

* Improving blood sugar problems

* Strengthening the nervous system

* Strengthening the immune system

* Removing toxic metals such as lead and mercury from the body

* Improving healing of wounds

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About Spirulina

Spirulina is a blue-green, one-celled form of algae which thrives in warm, alkaline saline bodies of water such as lakes and ponds. It has a long history of being used for human consumption for its many health benefits. Over the years, spirulina has nourished the citizens of Africa, Asia, and South America. The Mayas and the Aztecs used the algae as a central part of their diet. Today, spirulina is consumed by health conscious people all over the world.

Spirulina is popular with health conscious people because it packs such a potent nutritional punch. This algae weighs in with an impressive 60% all-vegetable protein, and also contains a powerful combination of important vitamins and minerals such as iron, vitamin E, zinc, B-complex, copper, calcium, and magnesium. It is also a rich source of the antioxidant beta-carotene and the essential fatty acid gamma linolenic acid (GLA). In other words, spirulina is an exeptional form of algae.

This “super” algae is a deep blue-green color because of the chlorophyll and phycocyanin. . Chlorophyll is thought to soothe inflammation and normalize the secretion of digestive acids. The pigment that gives spirulina its blue cast is phycocyanin, which is related to the human pigment bilirubin. Bilirubin is important to healthy liver function and the digestion of amino acids. These natural pigments are both easy-to-digest, so the human body can absorb the nutrients quickly. Spirulina is gaining in popularity with environmentalists because this aquatic plant can be grown efficiently without destroying valuable resources.

Spirulina can produce 20 times more protein per area than soybeans, 40 times more than corn, and 200 times more protein per area than beef cattle. It also uses less water per area of protein than other foods. In fact, spirulina growers claim the only significant water loss is through evaporation. In addition, since algae production expands using non-fertile land and brackish water, spirulina farming does not cause soil erosion. There are many people who think farming spirulina is one of the simple ways we can “regreen” our planet.

It’s hard to believe that a concentrated source of nutrients such as spirulina isn’t full of calories, fats, and starches. Amazingly, it is only seven percent fat, and most of that is in the form of essential fatty acids. These essential fatty acids help break up cholesterol in the bloodstream and affect the health of hair, skin, and nails.

Spirulina also contains very little calories, sugar, or starch.

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Spyru Inc. is a privately held corporation dedicated to developing retail products based on the benefits upon which Spirulina as a product can provide for health and wellness.

Spyru is dedicated to providing top quality products on the basis of entirely ecologically friendly processes and manufacturing policies.

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