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HOW TO TURN EVERY MEAL INTO A NUTRITIOUS POWERHOUSE IN A SECOND

February 17, 2020

Guess what? Healthy eating isn’t as hard as you think. It also doesn’t have to take up a lot of time or money.

You could simply turn every sweet or savory meal from smoothies to cookies, to pancakes or even pasta into a nutritional powerhouse only by adding some Spirulina in it.

I know what you are thinking…

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WHAT’S WITH THE TASTE?

Spirulina is a superfood that is incredible for our health, but because spirulina is a type of algae its taste could be quite unusual at first (you do get used to it quickly though).

Because it contains powerful antioxidants and nutrients, it is absolutely worth taking as we’ll quickly feel incredible, revitalized and full of natural energy. The benefits of taking spirulina, in the long run, are even more amazing!

While high-quality spirulina certainly does feature its own particular smell and taste, it should not be an unpleasant one. A very strong odor or taste indicates a high rate of oxidation or contamination and thus a damaged product.⁠ (stay away)

IF YOU EVER HAVE to TRY ANY SPIRULINA BEFORE - YOU WILL BE SURPRISED WHEN YOU TRY OURS!

Our spirulina powder tastes and smells so much better than the commercial varieties you may have tried before. We have really spent so much time sampling different spirulina from farms around the world until we found the most perfect organic farm to use for our capsules (Organic Spirulina & Chlorella capsules) and for our new product – Organic Spirulina powder & Mushrooms extracts  

 

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HOW TO RECOGNISE A HIGH-QUALITY SPIRULINA POWDER?

  1. HOW IT LOOKS

Good spirulina features an attractive dark green matte color.

  1. HOW IT SMELLS

A very strong fishy odor indicates a high rate of oxidation.

  1. IS IT ORGANIC?

Non-Organic Spirulina could be contaminated from toxins, heavy metals, fertilizers, etc.


For you who haven’t tried our Spirulina & Mushrooms powder yet its tastes more milder than any other Spirulina product, because we use really high quality Certified Organic Spirulina, free of any chemical, uncontaminated, unpolluted.

We talk about a nutrition powerhouse here, and how can medicinal mushrooms not be inside this formula? Since they are not only a superfood for the immune system, brain, and energy but they are extremely high in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants as well.

So… I am sure you will love mixing it in your smoothies or your pancakes and here is a recipe that you are going to love!⁠

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1 MINUTE HEALTHY PANCAKES

These light and fluffy Spirulina Pancakes are gluten-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free. They will keep you full and satisfied without all of the fillers and processed fats. 

RECIPE

1 mashed banana

1 stirred egg

1 scoop Spirulina & Mushrooms @herbal_code

 

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Mix the ingredients
  2. Heat a non-stick pan over medium heat
  3. Cook for 1 minute
  4. Use a thin spatula to flip
  5. Cook evenly the other side
  6. Serve with toppings

 

 

IDEAS FOR TOPPINGS

Maple syrup

Honey

Jam

Nuts

Fruits

Chocolate chips

Whipped cream

Peanut butter

Granola

 

You won’t believe how good they taste!

Send us your delicious result on Instagram or Facebook to be featured!

 

 

Sources:

Demelash, S. (2018). Spirulina as a main source of tryptophan for mental illness: Improving the level of serotonin through tryptophan supplementation. Global Journal of Medicine and Public Health.

Karkos, P. D., Leong, S. C., Karkos, C. D., Sivaji, N., & Assimakopoulos, D. A. (2011). Spirulina in clinical practice: Evidence-based human applications. Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Wu, Q., Liu, L., Miron, A., Klímová, B., Wan, D., & Kuča, K. (2016, August). The antioxidant, immunomodulatory, and anti-inflammatory activities of Spirulina: An overview. Archives of Toxicology, 90(8), 1817–1840

Rop, O., Mlcek, J., & Jurikova, T. (2009). Beta-glucans in higher fungi and their health effects. Nutrition Reviews.

Meyer, M. (2016). SPIRULINA Survival Food for a New Era: Amazing Healing Success with the Blue-green Algae - Delicious Recipes with the Primal Nourishment. BoD, Norderstedt.




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