Spirulina superfoods are amongst the healthiest in the world because they have been around since the dawn of time: they paved the way for other life to be born due to their high oxygen output. Their color is usually a mix between blue and green, and they are typically sold in compacted tablets or powders that can be safely ingested with other foods (or ingested by themselves).
The health benefits of spirulina superfoods are very interesting: a little known fact about spirulina superfoods is that they consist of over 50% protein, which is much more than both vegetarian supplements and most meats. In addition, spirulina superfoods include Beta Carotene for hair and nail growth, and healthy Amino Acids for digestion. A common misconception is that spirulina superfoods are a natural source of vitamin B12 for energy, but in fact this has been disproven over time.
In a broader sense, spirulina superfoods act to increase oxygen levels in the bloodstream and lower any acidic pH levels caused by coffee drinking, excessive sugar ingestion, and excessive meat consumption: all acidic foods. There are also some inherent risks of taking spirulina superfoods, however. They are minimal but should be noted, and are primarily related to any interaction with prescription drugs that one is taking for blood clots and immunity issues. Spirulina superfoods can even be used as a part of daily intake for livestock such as chickens, swine, and many types of fish as well: It is recommended that up to 10% of their food be full of spirulina superfoods.
Though spirulina is not yet endorsed by the United States National Institute for Health, the World Health Organization has in fact deemed it “...rich in protein,” and “...safe for children”. On top of this, the European Space Agency named “MELiSSA” has deemed it to be one of the foods which should be cultivated during interplanetary missions related to the cultivation of life on other planets.