NUTRITION FACTS

Spirulina Nutrient Comparison

  • Spirulina has 300% more calcium than whole milk (Good for bones, osteoporosis, growth of children)
  • Spirulina has 2300% more iron than spinach (Good for blood, prevents anemia)
  • Spirulina has 3900% more Beta Carotene than carrots (Good for eyes, strong antioxidant, immunity)
  • Spirulina has 375% more protein than tofu (Building block for muscle tissue, necessary in diet)
  • And the list goes on and on…

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Gandalf spirulina, a precious food with exceptional characteristics:

  • A protected cultivation site that respects the ecosystems in place;
  • Water naturally rich in minerals and free of any contamination (other organisms, heavy metals, herbicides or pesticides);
  • Harvests 12 months a year (Hawaii) thanks to ideal climatic conditions (guarantee of freshness);
  • An exclusive and patented drying process that preserves the integrity of ultra-sensitive nutrients such as beta-carotene;
  • The most appreciated green "superfood" in North America.

GANDALFTM SPIRULINA

A NATURAL COMBINATION OF ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS TO GOOD HEALTH

Proteins: 18 amino acids

  • Maintains and restructures the tissues of the human body.
  • Helps the formation of antibodies, hormones and enzymes.

Vitamin A (as beta-carotene)

  • Helps the formation of solid teeth and bones.
  • Helps the development and maintenance of good vision in the dark.
  • Helps the maintenance of the skin and the mucous membranes in good condition.

Thiamine (vitamin B1)

  • Releases energy from carbohydrates.
  • Helps normal growth.

Riboflavin (vitamin B2)

  • Factor that contributes to energy metabolism and tissue formation.

Niacin (vitamin B3)

  • Helps growth and normal development.
  • Contributes to energy metabolism and tissue formation.

Calcium

  • Helps the formation and maintenance of bones and teeth.

Phosphorus

  • Helps the formation and maintenance of bones and teeth.

Magnesium

  • Contributes to energy metabolism, tissue formation and bone development.

Iron

  • Contributes to the formation of blood hemoglobin.