Spirulina is a safe natural food with numerous health benefits, without any
known side effects. Spirulina is suitable for vegetarian and vegan diets.

Dosage: Data from long-time consumption and scientific evidence suggest
that a daily intake of 1-5 grams results in significant health benefits.
Some people take as much as 10 grams up to three times a day.

Many people prefer to take spirulina as capsules or tablets.
Aurospirul encourages consumers to use spirulina as a rich and colourful
ingredient for fresh drinks and dishes. Consider a few general guidelines
before trying out different options.
For inspiration, check out these recipes.

Spirulina Crunchy

is nice to eat as a snack between
meals, or add as a seasoning on
your dishes, bread, fruits or salads.

Spirulina Powder

can be added to fruit or vegetable
juices or to dishes to enhance
nutritional content. It is tasty in
soups, salads, pasta and bread or
mixed with yoghurt.

Spirulina Capsules and Tablets

are convenient to take at any time
of the day - during or between
meals. Capsules are made from
cellulose. They are 100% vegetarian
(gelatine free).

  • Do not cook, boil or microwave spirulina, as this will affect many
    nutrients of the algae.
  • Consume any food or drink containing spirulina after it has been
    freshly prepared, to have the most benefit of the nutrients.
    Keep food and drinks with spirulina refrigerated.
  • You may also freeze freshly prepared spirulina drinks or dishes
    or use spirulina to make ice cream. Freezing does not affect the nutrients.
    Once the drink or dish has been defrosted, consume immediately.
    Do not refreeze.
  • Spirulina does not contain Vitamin C, but Vitamin C will help to absorb
    nutrients like iron. It is therefore recommended to combine spirulina
    with Vitamin C, ie. fresh lemon or orange juice.
  • Take spirulina on a daily basis for the best result.

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