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Neither an animal nor a plant, spirulina is actually a natural freshwater alga that is incredibly high in protein and also contains iron, vitamin A, vitamin B6 and several other micronutrients. Making sure you keep your micronutrient intake up is important to ensure an optimal physical condition.
Minerals play an important role in several biological functions. For this reason, it's absolutely necessary to have them in your diet!
Since it is a bacteria species, spirulina is not considered to be of animal origin, making it suitable for vegetarians and vegans alike.
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Add 1-3 teaspoons (up to about 10g) to oatmeal, muesli, granola or desserts.
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