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Spirulina – a healing superfood and body cleanser


This bluish-green plant is truly an all-powerful superfood that you should definitely add to your menu. Maybe you’re already familiar with spirulina, but if not, stay tuned as we’re about to go into more detail about what spirulina is, why you should still consume it and how to add spirulina to your diet.

What is spirulina?

Spirulina, or nutrient-rich blue-green algae, is an excellent substitute for protein powder. Spirulina contains 60-70% protein, giving even beef and chicken meat a run for its money with its high protein content. In addition, spirulina is rich in essential nutrients and antioxidants – including plant proteins, complex carbohydrates, iron, calcium, magnesium and vitamins A, K and B – making it an excellent source of vitamins and minerals. It is mainly cultivated in high pH, nutrient-rich water bodies in Africa, Asia, South and Central America, but nowadays spirulina is also cultivated in specialised algae farms around the world. The largest algae farms are in the US, Thailand, India and China.

Effective protection against heavy metals

Spirulina is one of the best body cleansers and an indispensable aid to the elimination of heavy metals. Vetikas help to eliminate toxic heavy metals such as mercury, aluminium, lead and copper from the body, thereby also contributing to the recovery from chronic autoimmune diseases, which are often caused by the build-up of harmful toxins and heavy metals in the body.

Spirulina 10 beneficial properties:

  1. boosts immunity;
  2. helps restore the nervous system and stabilise blood glucose levels;
  3. strengthens the thyroid gland;
  4. removes not only heavy metals but also other harmful toxins that have accumulated in the liver, intestines, brain, nervous system and thyroid gland;
  5. contains high levels of chromium and strengthens the adrenal glands;
  6. contains iodine and is effective against the Epstein-Barr virus;
  7. stops the growth of viruses and bacteria in the liver;
  8. protects against infections;
  9. supports eye health;
  10. helps prevent cardiovascular disease and much more.
Each Vimergy spirulina batch undergoes thorough and unbiased laboratory testing.

Which manufacturer to choose?

However, when choosing spirulina, you should be careful, always check its origin and, if possible, choose organic products. This way you can be sure that the plant is not contaminated with heavy metals or other toxins. Spirulina from China is particularly worth watching out for, as it tends to be contaminated with toxins, as the waters where spirulina is grown are often full of heavy metals. US spirulina, on the other hand, is considered the purest in the world, precisely because of the world-class quality of the growing environment and the meticulous laboratory purity control.

How to use spirulina?

Spirulina is great in a variety of smoothies! A nutritious addition to both green detox smoothies and delicious berry smoothies. In addition, it is also an important component of In a medical-grade heavy metal-removing smoothie . In the same way, Spirulina can be added to soup, sprinkled on a fruit salad or simply mixed with water and drunk to replenish energy reserves, for example after a workout.

Try it out:

1) A refreshing pineapple smoothie with Spirulina:

  • 1 ripe banana
  • handful of pineapple cubes (fresh or frozen)
  • handful of mango cubes (fresh or frozen)
  • 1tl Vimergy Spirulinate
  • 1-2 glasses of water or coconut water
  • lemon juice to taste (fresh)
  • ice if you wish

2) A medical-medium heavy metal smoothie:

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