KOS Organic Spirulina Powder
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Spriulina - and its reputation for powerful nutrition - is no stranger to the health-conscious. High in protein and loaded with vital nutrients, it is one of the world's most popular supplements.
Spirulina, a top-seller in the KOS Pantry, is so packed with protein and phyto-nutrition it’s one of nature’s wonders and a perfect partner for KOS’ dedication to plant-based foods. It is “scalable”; easy to grow and consume en masse. And, it produces its own energy from sunlight. We love the direct access to nature’s source of life. The idea of dining on sunlight makes us smile. Grin, actually.
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Spirulina Powder is 60%-70% protein - double that of red meat - with 39 grams in a serving. It’s considered one of the few plant sources of “complete protein,” as it contains all the essential amino acids your body needs but can't produce itself.
Extensive evidence shows Spirulina has “potent antioxidant and antiinflammatory activities.” It contains active ingredients, phycocyanin and β‐carotene, proven to scavenge free radicals and inhibit oxidative stress that leads to chronic inflammation.
Spirulina is rich in nutrients, some of which aren't found in the average daily vitamin. The FDA reports it has significant amounts of calcium, niacin, potassium, magnesium, B vitamins, iron, other trace minerals, essential amino acids and protein.
Symptoms and chronic diseases due to heavy metal toxicity are a problem for millions. Spirulina’s chlorophyll binds with toxic metals to help remove them. In a small but significant study, Spirulina and zinc were found to be a potential detoxifier.
Blue Green Gift from Nature
A multi-tasking algae
Spirulina is one of the top researched and recommended options for green-grown protein. It is readily available, easily digested and efficient. A “complete” protein; it’s unrivaled in the plant world.View research
Oxidative damage can harm DNA and cells by creating chronic inflammation. High-protein plant foods like Spirulina seem to stem overproduction of cytokines that contribute to inflammatory response.View research
Phytonutrients to fight pain
Spirulina is “one of the most nutrient-dense foods on Earth” says a noted health journal. Maybe that’s why NASA packed it in astronauts’ lunch boxes on moon flights. “One small superfood for mankind?”View research
From Mesoamerica to the moon
Spirulina is an equal opportunity organism that grows in both fresh and saltwater. It dates back to the Aztecs who consumed it for energy and stamina. It gradually went out of favor but was “rediscovered” as a staple in the lunchboxes of NASA astronauts. It is a cyanobacterium that produces energy from sunlight via photosynthesis and considered one of the best sources of green protein on the planet.
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