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Updated on December 27, 2010

Blue Green Algae

When you read about Blue Green Algae you may find it to be one of the most nutritious foods that we know of, packed with enzymes , proteins, vitamins, minerals, lipids and all sorts of good things that most of our normal diets lack.

So it would only stand to reason that if we added this amazing substance to our diets that we may feel better?

I found out about it while traveling through the south pacific in the late 1970s.

They called it Spirulina and just happened to grow it where I was in Hawaii.

Being a surfer and coming to the realization that if I had better nutrition, I may be able to stay in the water longer and surf more waves. So I started searching for simple cheap nutritional substances that were loaded with everything my body needed to surf those Hawaiian waves.

Its very in-expensive and you will find it at many of the drug stores in the USA today. Its sold everywhere as Blue Green Algae sometimes you will see it called (Aphanizomenon-flos-aquae). I used to buy it from the health food stores in powder form and cap it myself.

Nutrients in Blue Green Algae are readily available to the body. The body only uses only a small amount of energy to convert this superfood into usable energy.

If your body is tired and starving for nutrition you will be amazed how different you will feel, from just adding a small amount to your diet. You could say how could I be starving? Look at yourself are you 25 or more pounds over weight?

Many times I see people over eating and craving sweets with lower energy levels benefiting from blue green Algae. You can give all the nutritional facts about a product it doesn't mean anything to me unless it does what I want it to do.

Blue green Algae has done more for me and many other people I have talked to personally than any other so called health product I have ever come in contact with.

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How to add Blue Green Algae to your Diet

Adding Blue Green Algae to your diet is simple. Most people notice the difference he first day because many of our bodies are craving much of the nutrition that is in the algae.

The first day I started using it I felt more energy, so I burned more calories just because I felt better and moved around more. I experimented with it for several weeks adding it to recipes, milk shakes etc. I found that I mostly prefer to take it in pill form.

There are very few foods known that have so much chlorophyll, vitamin B12, beta-carotene, iron, protein, enzymes, amino acids. As a result, it will help to increase your energy, correct imbalances, oxygenate cells and can help you obtain high levels of physical and mental health.

When I started seeing blue green algae in almost every store I thought more people would start taking it. Not so ! I recommend taking it for general health, but also if you feel run down, tired and lethargic.

For many people it has helped with depression, probably because it can make you feel like you want to do something again, kind of like getting your batteries recharged.

Normally I do not like to be dependent on any substance that I may not be able to buy in the USA readily. Plenty of times I found some great Chinese herb or food that really made me feel good only to be cut off from it . Or worse supply goes down and the price goes up. There are plenty of people growing and selling Blue Green Algae all over the world. I haven't found any product that I truly prefer except the least expensive. I bought a bottle of 750 mg yesterday 90 caps for under $5.00 US.

So to me Blue Green Algae is a good deal for you wallet and your health. I hope you find this information useful. Thank you for visiting.

Blue Green Algae

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Spirulina (Blue Green Algae) or Chorella?


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  • apricotmousse profile image


    8 years ago

    Wonderful hub. That was very informative.

  • profile image


    10 years ago

    Blue green algae has so many benefits but I have never tried the capsules.I think I must if I wanna reamain healthy.Thank you so much Rik.

  • coolbreeze profile imageAUTHOR

    Rik Rodriguez 

    10 years ago from Hawaii

    Yes MrM is a trip isnt he. Great people here on hubpages thank you for stoping by ;-)

  • ChristineRitter profile image


    10 years ago from Ohio

    Great hub I have read about it, and thought about trying it, haven't yet. Lmao at MrMarm's comment ! Heehee

  • MrMarmalade profile image


    10 years ago from Sydney

    Great hub

    It is no secret in the World that Australia has

    had a 7 year drout. The main water Dam for Sydney

    has gone from 29% full to 69% Full.

    It is getting covered Blue Green Algae.

    I do not know if it bears any resemblance to your

    Blue green Algae.

    The boffins at the top keep assuring us it is harmless.

    Perhaps I should send this hub to them.

    They will find another way for the State to make more money.

    Thank you

  • adventure profile image


    10 years ago from U.S.A.


    Great info. This stuff really works. I've tried it. The chlorophyll and enzymes, vitamins and minerals in it really help tip the body away from being too acid.

  • djtphn1 profile image


    10 years ago from Riverside County, California

    Great hub, Rik, I think I will actually try some from one of your ads? Sounds like it may work, although I never realized it until now.


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