What is Spirulina?
Spirulina is a member of the Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) family; it has a spiral multi-cellular, filamentous structure consisting of proteins and sugar and it contains no cellulose as commonly found in almost all-vegetable matter. All vitamins are found in Spirulina. Not until the early 1980‟s did the modern world turn its attention to the commercial cultivation of Spirulina today known as Arthrospira its scientific name. Today Spirulina is commercially cultivated in several of the leading countries in the world.95 % of spirulina can be easily digested in human body as spirulina has thin cell membrane and consists of proteins, polysaccharides, and enzymes that can be quickly dissolved into body. It is, therefore, considered as easily digestive food. Spirulina is suited to those who have problems about digestion or esophageal including also those old age people.