Where is Morlife Spirulina grown

Spirulina - how it works against wrinkles, obesity and allergies

Spirulina is an alga that belongs to the “superfood” category. That is completely appropriate, because the alga is a superlative in the field of food and has a huge treasure trove of nutrients and vital substances. It has many enzymes and the obese high chlorophyll content, is basic and has a positive effect on the organism. The spirulina alga has many advantages for our body and above all activates the self-healing powers.

The effect has been proven in many scientific studies. The Spirulina experience shows that the nutritional composition of Spirulina Bio is excellent, as is the bioavailability of the capsules. Whether tablets, spirulina chlorella or spirulina powder, the body is quickly and comprehensively supplied with everything it needs with this alga. Every cell in the body is supplied with sufficient oxygen and the necessary nutrients. The immune system is strengthened and the excess acids and toxins as well as other pollutants are comfortably excreted by the algae.

The alga is a blue-green and spiral-shaped microalga. It occurs in freshwater lakes, in springs with natural water and also in saltwater lakes. Due to its blue-green hue, it also gives the water a greenish color. It is even harvested and cultivated in reservoirs around the world. The blue-green alga has been grown by humans for centuries for the many health-promoting properties it possesses. The Aztecs took the algae from Lake Texcoco and today they are staple foods for the population in Chad, Africa because of their high nutritional value. There the alga also grows richly in the salt water lakes.

The effect is caused, among other things, by the high protein content (up to 70%) in the algae. That's more than in beef and chicken or soybeans. Therefore, the alga has all amino acids (essential and non-essential) and has a particularly high iron value. It contains beta-carotene, minerals and many vitamins (including vitamin B12). It also contains phycocyanin, a pigment-protein-antioxidant complex that is only ever found in blue-green algae. Many diets lack precisely these vitamins and nutrients.

The alga helps provide people with energy and strengthen their immune system. The antioxidants from the spirulina alga or the spirulina chlorella allow the body, as the spirulina experience shows, to function under optimal conditions. Those who do not like to eat vegetables very much - which often applies to children - can consume a lot of greens in this way. The alga also helps people who do not have the time to eat healthily because of work or other stress to eat appropriately.

The microalgae were the first existing life forms on earth. Many people know the green algae that grow in the lakes by the sea, they are often also called "seaweed". However, the microalgae are tiny and unicellular organisms. They come in different types depending on their phytopigment and phytonutrient levels. The spirulina alga is very often researched for its health benefits.

There are actually around 30,000 species of algae and the spirulina alga is one of the most primitive algae. The cell walls are soft and very easy to digest, in contrast to other algae. Spirulina algae are the most effective algae and the most nutritious algae.

If you compare the spirulina alga with the spirulina chlorella alga, you will find that the spirulina alga is a spiral and multicellular type of algae and has no nucleus. Around 1940, many scientists often confused the alga with the Spirulina Chlorella alga. However, there are strong contrasts between Spirulina Algae and Spirulina Chlorella Algae. The spirulina alga is blue-green in color and is even 100 times larger than the spirulina chlorella. The Spirulina Chlorella is a unicellular microorganism that is spherically shaped and has a nucleus that is green.

There are also differences between the two algae in terms of cultivation. The spirulina alga grows best under alkaline conditions in ponds or rivers. The alga also needs a lot of sun and relatively mild temperatures. The Spirulina Chlorella, on the other hand, loves fresh water, where many other organisms can also be found, so harvesting is sometimes not that easy.

Spirulina and Spirulina Chlorella also differ in production. Spirulina Chlorella, for example, has to be produced mechanically so that it is also suitable for consumption by the human organism. This is the only way the body can release the nutrients and bioavailability is only given in this way. This manufacturing process is expensive and that's why it is the purchase price of the Spirulina Chlorella is higher. The spirulina alga, on the other hand, has an easily digestible cellulose layer and can be eaten immediately and has good bioavailability.

The spirulina chlorella and the spirulina alga also differ in terms of the nutrient content or the vital substance content. However, they are both considered to be "superfoods". The alga contains more of the essential amino acids, more iron, more protein, more B vitamins and on top of that also vitamin C, D and vitamin E. The spirulina chlorella alga also has many advantages for the human organism.

The Spirulina Alga and the Spirulina Chlorella differ in:

  • the form
  • the cultivation
  • the production
  • the nutritional content