Ingredients per serving:
- 300 g peeled pineapple;
- 5 teaspoon spirulina powder.
All ingredients should be thoroughly whisked in a blender and served with love.
Spirulina is a species of seaweed that is one of the oldest sources of nutrition on Earth. It appeared on the planet about 3.5 billion years ago. The source of almost all antioxidants known to date that inhibit oxidative processes leading to aging of the body, and also prevent the growth of cancerous tumors. Spirulina is the richest source of organic iron (58 times more than in raw spinach, and 28 times more than in raw beef liver). It contains a large amount of easily digestible calcium, 18 essential amino acids and enzymes. It is an excellent source of vitamin B12, as well as important elements such as sulfur, zinc, iodine, silicon and chromium. Spirulina is 70% composed of balanced, easily digestible vegetable protein and is an excellent source of protein, even for athletes during muscle building.
Today, in order to supply the body with a daily dose of vitamins and minerals, a person must eat about 1.5 kg of vegetables and greens a day. Just 1 gram of spirulina replaces 1 kilogram of vegetables! NASA and the European Space Agency use spirulina as the main food for long-term space travel. Spirulina contains chlorophyll, which is an excellent tool for blood purification and removing heavy metals and other toxins from the body. Spirulina is a magic wand for those with a sweet tooth. When you have a strong craving to eat cake or sweets (fast carbohydrates), take spirulina, and after 15-20 minutes this craving will disappear, because spirulina will nourish your cells with minerals and vitamins that your body needs.