What is Spiruvit?
Spiruvit is a 100% natural product which is produced from a highly nutritious blue-green algae called Spirulina. This microalgae is grown on lakes in tropical and subtropical regions. Spirulina has been used as a nutrient with different advantages since 16th century and has gradually been studied and confirmed by a large number of researches. It is a popular food supplement in Japan, also it is consumed in the United States, which is the main consumer of Spirulina, as a dietary supplement or health food and classified as “green foods”. Spirulina is a rich source of protein. It also contains chlorophyll, carotenoids, minerals, gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) and some unique pigments. The pigments give Spirulina its bluish tinge. Spiruvit is produced in developed laboratories of Roquette, Germany in full standard conditions and it is free of any additives. Spiruvit is available as 500mg tablet in the Market.
What does Spiruvit contain?
Spiruvit is composed of approximately 57.47% crude protein, vitamins, minerals and all the 22 essential amino acids. Consumption of plant based proteins has priority to animal proteins since the plant proteins molecules are smaller in size and has better absorption in digestive tract of humans. Spiruvit also contains 23.9% carbohydrate, 7.72% fat and 4.8% water. Vitamins and mineral content of Spiruvit include Vitamin A, C, E, K, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B8, and B9, potassium, sodium, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, zinc, copper and selenium.
Who can take Spiruvit?
Individuals who regularly exercise and they are on athletic diets People who are on a diet to control weight Vegetarians and all those who do not eat meat for any reason People who have weakened immune systems or they are in convalescent period Those who want to prevent heart diseases or cancer People who need to control their blood sugar and cholesterol level Those who suffer from digestive problems People who want to protect their liver and detoxify their body
How should I take Spiruvit?
Adults: 3-6 of 500mg tablets (500mg to 5g) per day Children: 1-3 of 500mg tablets (500 to 1500mg) per day (advised by physician) Amount and duration of usage depend on user’s age, health status and several other conditions. It is better to consult your physician or pharmacist first. If this is your first time of use, start with one tablet and increase the dose every 2 days. You can use Spiruvit with warm or cold water. You can use Spiruvit before, after or even with food. After taking Spiruvit, avoid alcohol, non-alcoholic soft drinks, tea or coffee for 30 minutes. It does not matter if you take it once, twice or three times a day. Drink at least an extra half liter of water per day. Athletes should take Spiruvit half an hour before starting their exercise. Take your last daily dose 4 hours before sleeping.
Spiruvit; food or drug?
Spiruvit is known as a functional food. Spiruvit was consumed as a highly nutrition food by people in ancient time, so spiruvit is a food from the historical point of view. However, it can help to treat some diseases and called healing food. For this reason, it is available as a supplement to the market. Given that many studies have confirmed the antimicrobial, antiviral and anti-oxidant potency of spirulina, spirulina extract can be expected to play an important role in producing more advanced drugs.
How is spiruvit produced?
Spirulina is usually grown in open ponds. Growth conditions in these pools are controlled; the minerals needed for spirulina are added, and light is needed through direct sunlight. Spirulina growth in these ponds is carried out without the use of any pesticide or toxic chemicals. But one of the problems with this approach is limiting its growth season. In addition, the issue of climate security is very important in this way, because this algae can easily accumulate pollution and heavy metals in the water and transfer it to the human body. But for the production of spiruvit, a new technology of photobioactor has been used. By this method, the growth of algae is carried out in closed environments and controlled conditions. Spirulina grows in crystalline spiral tubes, and the required light is supplied artificially. It can be assured that by this method, air and water pollution in the medium are eliminated and the quality of the product goes up.
Is Spirulina algae different with chlorella?
Chlorella is a green algae that is sometimes confused with spirulina. But chlorella is not a green-blue algae, but a green algae and more chlorophyll pigments. Historically, spirulina is older, has a larger size and has higher protein content. Chlorella algae for human use requires more complicated process than spirulina, because its cell wall is hard and not digestible in the human digestive system. The way these two algae are used is different, and their use varies in two different ways.
How can I buy SpiruVit?
SpiruVit is available in pharmacies throughout the country. If you like, you can buy spiruvit online. Click To See Online Stores