Properties, benefits, use and dosage

The Benefits of Spirulina

This algae has many virtues such as being low in calories and rich in nutrients including vegetal proteins, carotenoids, enzymes, iron, gamma-linoleic acid and antioxidants. It is particularly recommended for children who suffer from malnutrition, athletes, people recovering from illnesses, pregnant and nursing women, the elderly - the list goes on...

Spirulina helps fight anaemia

Spirulina is an important source of iron (800mg to 1800mg per kg, or 20 times more than wheat germ !). Iron is a mineral that is found mainly in foods of animal origin, which is why spirulina is very beneficial for vegetarians, athletes, people who are anaemic, pregnant women, adolescents and those with iron deficiencies.

Instructions for use

To take advantage of all the benefits of spirulina, it can be sprinkled on all dishes and mixed with fruit juices and vegetables (see recipes). Eaten daily, spirulina offers all the micro and macronutrients essential for good health, beauty, radiance of the skin and hair and nail quality. It will provide the feeling of fullness, strength and vitality (see Belda Sisso, id).


Maison de la spiruline guarantees the best quality spirulina. Therefore, there is no particular dosage to follow or particular warnings against overdose. Our advice to benefit from all the advantages of spirulina is to start with a quarter teaspoon a day and gradually increase the amount consumed according to individual taste preferences and well-being.