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HealthForce Superfoods Spirulina Manna Powder -- 5.25 oz

HealthForce Superfoods Spirulina Manna Powder
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HealthForce Superfoods Spirulina Manna Powder -- 5.25 oz

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HealthForce Superfoods Spirulina Manna Powder Description

  • HealthForce SuperFoods
  • Spirulina is a Hard-Core Blue-Green Algae and Probably the Worlds Single #1 Superfood
  • Incredible Source of Full Spectrum, non-Toxic, Absorbable Nutrients and Compounds Including 60-70% Protein
  • Nature's Best Protein Powder
  • 100% TruGanic™
  • Supports Immune System Function, Blood Sugar & Kidney Function

Spirulina is a hard-core superfood and an incredible source of full spectrum, non-toxic, absorbable nutrients. It is 60-70% protien, making it the world's highest known source of protein. The protein in Spirulina contains all eight essential amino acids, making it a complete protein. It is a highly beneficial substitute for isolate protein powders (especially those of animal origin). Unlike the high uric acid forming protein form animal products that contributes significantly to osteoporosis and can cause kidney stress, Spirulina's protein is gentle on your kidneys and its Pycocyanin has been shown to actually help protect against kidney failure.


Spirulina provides high levels of chlorophyll, and also contains iron (non-toxic in whole plant form), vitamin A (as non toxic beta-carotene), a full spectrum of carotenoids, B-1, B-2, B-6, E and K. In addition, Spirulina provides a vast array of minerals, trace elements, phytonutrients and enzymes. Spirulina also offers beneficial fatty acids such as DHA, GLA and others which have been shown to possess potent anti-viral activity, chlorophyll, and other beneficial pigments. Spirulina is a whole food source of concentrated nutrients that has been used for centuries. The ancient Aztecs thrived on Spirulina from Lake Texcoco in Mexico. In addition, Spirulina is still harvested by the native peoples who live around the lake in Chad, Africa.


100% TruGanic™: TruGanic is a purist, hard-core quality standard significantly beyond Organic in addition to no pesticides, TruGanics includes authentic standards for production, non-toxic cleaning agents and pest control, electromagnetic radiation, processing agents, additives, air quality, and actual verification of purity.


Suggested Usage: Take 2 tablespoons per day, either all at once or divided. Spirulina is a food and can be taken in any quantity desired. It can be taken directly, mixed with water/juice, sprinkled on or mixed with food.


Suggested Adjuncts: A whole foods, organic vegan diet with emphasis on fresh raw foods, other green superfoods such as HealthForce Vitamineral Green™ and Earth™, Greener Grasses™, HealthForce Digestion Enhancement Enzymes™ and Liver Rescue™ 4.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 6.5 g 1 Level Tablespoon
Servings per Container: 22
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Total Calories29
Total Fat0.5 g0.7%
Total Carbohydrate1.4 g0.5%
   Dietary Fiber0 g0%
   Sugars0 g
Protein4.8 g
Sodium32.2 mg1.3%
Spirulina Manna
100% pure Spirulina powder (Spirulina platensis)
6500 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Spirulina is a water-grown, 100% vegetable plankton. It is a blue-green algae that grows in fresh water lakes throughout the world.
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8 of the Healthiest Superfoods to Enjoy This Summer

Superfoods seem to be a fickle lot, finding favor amongst the health-conscious cognoscenti one year and then left to wither on supermarket shelves the next. Sometimes, the health halo associated with so-called superfoods isn't totally earned or deserved, while many superfoods withstand the test of time admirably. Three Scoops of Matcha Ice Cream with Powder and Brush to Represent Healthiest Superfoods | Defined as any nutrient-dense food especially beneficial for health and well-being, some foods stand out more than others for their sterling nutritional profile. Consider the superfood superstars listed below—although this primer is by no means extensive—they are all well worth adding to your culinary repertoire.

1. Apple cider vinegar

What it is: Apple cider vinegar is made by fermenting the sugar from apples. This turns them into acetic acid, which is a main active ingredient in vinegar and may be responsible for its health benefits. What it does: Some studies suggest it may offer health benefits that include killing bacteria, lowering blood sugar levels and promoting weight loss. How to incorporate it into your diet: One of the easiest ways is to mix 1-2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with water to make a bracing tonic or tea, or you can simply add it to your salad dressing.

Vitacost Apple Cider Vinegar with Mother | Ashwagandha

What it is: A highly prized plant, native to India and North Africa, whose roots and leaves are used frequently in Ayurvedic medicine. In recent years ashwagandha has become quite popular in this country because of its multiple benefits. What it does: As an adaptogen, ashwagandha can help our bodies "adapt" to environmental and emotional stressors. Studies suggest it can help increase vitality, relieve stress and support brain and cognitive function. How to incorporate in your diet: You can get it in capsules, but the powder form is more versatile. Warm a glass of milk or water, whichever you prefer, and before it cools add in a quarter to a half teaspoon of the powder (or try this recipe for Macadamia & Ashwagandha Moon Milk). Mix well and drink. You can also add ashwagandha powder to smoothies or yogurt bowls.

Organic Traditions Ashwagandha Root Powder | Bee Pollen

What it is: Bee pollen, the result of industrious bees collecting the pollen from plants, is a nourishing mixture of flower pollen, nectar, enzymes, honey, wax and bee secretions. Bee pollen has gained superfood status in the health community because it’s higher in protein and has more concentration of amino acids than any other animal source. It’s loaded with nutrients, amino acids, vitamins, lipids and over 250 active substances. What it does: It’s said to boost energy levels, reduce inflammation and support immune health, liver function and digestion. How to incorporate in your diet: Use it as a yogurt topping, sprinkle over cereal or add to your smoothie.Bare Organics Bee Pollen |

4. Chia seeds

What it is: Chia seeds are tiny black seeds from the plant Salvia hispanica, which is related to mint. Originally used in Aztec and Mayan traditions, chia seeds are prized for their ability to provide sustainable energy. What it does: In recent years, the nutrient-rich seeds have become the darling of nutritionists because they are good sources of a-linolenic acid (an omega-3 fatty acid), fiber, protein, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. An exceedingly rich source of fiber that’s packed with protein, many health experts believe that chia seeds can aid weight loss by creating a sense of fullness. How to incorporate in your diet: Sprinkle them on top of cereal, yogurt, vegetables or rice dishes. Because of their ability to absorb both water and fat, they can be used to thicken sauces, bulk up a smoothie or as egg substitutes in recipes.

Mama Chia Chia Seed | Collagen

What it is: Collagen is found in the connective tissues of animal foods such as chicken and pork skin, as well as in the human body. What it does: Collagen is the basic building block for skin, hair, nails, bones, and joints. As a supplement, its list of impressive benefits includes glowing skin, joint health, increased athletic performance, improved digestion and high-quality sleep. How to incorporate in your diet: As a powder, collagen can be added into smoothies, baked goods, and coffee. It is also a key ingredient in bone broth, which draws the collagen out of beef, chicken or fish bones, leaving a flavorful liquid that you can drink straight up or use in other dishes.

YouTheory Collagen | Matcha

What it is: Matcha, which grows in Japan, literally means "powdered tea." It has much more potency than traditional green tea, in which the leaves are steeped and then discarded. With matcha, you’re drinking the actual leaves, which have been finely ground into an edible powder. Because the actual tea leaves are ingested, it’s a heftier source of nutrients than steeped green tea. It would take around 10 cups of green tea to equal the antioxidant and caffeine levels of 1 cup of matcha. What it does: Matcha is rich in antioxidants called polyphenols, which have been linked to exerting a protective effect on cells, improved blood sugar regulation, blood pressure health and overall anti-aging. One of the key polyphenols in matcha, called EGCG, has been shown in research to boost metabolism. How to incorporate in your diet: You can drink matcha hot or cold, plain, sweetened or added to plant or dairy milk to make a latte. If you are drinking in traditional style, mix about a teaspoon of matcha powder with a third cup of hot water (heated to less than a boil), then whisk with a bamboo brush until it froths. Matcha can also be added to sweet or savory dishes, such as pastries, chocolate and ice cream, or to soup, stir-frys and even matcha guacamole.

Ujido Ceremonial Matcha Green Tea Powder | Mushrooms

What it is: Edible fungi, like shiitake, oyster and lion's mane mushrooms, have been used for medicinal purposes, particularly boosting immunity, in Asian cultures for centuries. What it does: Mushrooms can support immunity, support healthy cholesterol levels and promote healthy inflammatory responses in the body. They’re also nutrient dense. How to incorporate in your diet: In powdered form, mushrooms can be added to smoothies, sprinkled over food, or added to your favorite recipes.

OM Lion's Mane Mushroom Powder | Turmeric

What it is: A relative of ginger, turmeric is a yellow root with powerful anti-inflammatory properties that has been prized in Indian cuisine and as a staple of Ayurvedic medicine for millennia. What it does: Turmeric contains three naturally occurring phytochemicals called curcuminoids, the most notable and researched of which is curcumin.” Studies suggest that consuming turmeric may be a safe and effective way to support the body’s inflammatory response. Turmeric may also assist in cognitive functioning. How to incorporate in your diet: You can include turmeric in your diet by drinking golden milk, cooking with ground turmeric spice, and taking turmeric pills. MegaFood Daily Turmeric Nutrient Booster Powder | statements have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

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