Month: April 2016

Get Iodine Naturally – Best Organic Iodine Supplement?

With all the health risks associated with synthetic supplements out there, its a no-brainer that you want to get iodine naturally. And there is one great natural source of iodine that I want to bring to your attention. The source is... Spirulina! Yes spirulina. If you are unfamiliar with what this is, it is called a blue-green algae but is actually a cyanobacteria that is becoming more and more popular in the recent years due to its numerous health benefits. It is considered the most nutrient dense food on the planet and holds several records for nutrient concentration. But what I want to bring to your attention here is that spirulina is NOT a very good source of iodine. Sure it contains iodine, and plenty of it, but I do not recommend that you supplement spirulina for this reason an...

How To Ferment Spirulina – A Simple Way To Do It

Fermenting spirulina can be very beneficial, allowing its nutrients to be more easily absorbed. During fermentation sugars are converted into lactic acid. It kickstarts the digestion process and makes it easier for your body to get what it needs. Spirulina is often fermented for its protein content. Fermenting protein makes the individual amino acids more easily available, which means you have a better chance of absorbing them and getting your use out of them. The process of fermentation can be complicated but it doesn't have to be. I'm going to go over a very simple and easy to follow process that anyone can do, and it works just fine. How To Ferment Spirulina Steps: 1: Kefir Starter First you are going to start out with a probiotic, in this case I recommend a kefir starter. 2:

The Best Phycocyanin Supplement, I Present To you Spirulina

Phycocyanin is a pigment protein complex that is heavily sought after for its many health benefits. But how can get phycocyanin? What is the best phycocyanin supplement? Spirulina is a great source of phycocyanin, and its all natural. Supplementing spirulina will provide you with a good amount of phycocyanin, and I'll go over exactly how much phycocyanin you can expect to get. But first, for those of you who don't already know, or for those of you who just need a little refresher, I'm going to go over what phycocyanin is and its more important health benefits. The Wonderful Phycocyanin Phycocyanin is a phycobiliprotein that is common in many cyanobacteria, such as spirulina. It plays a very important rule in the process of photosynthesis and directly absorbs sunlight. One thing abo