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The Dangers of Spirulina: Ailments and Side Effects

  1. Is spirulina really healthy or is it all a myth? When foods are sold as superfoods, a bell must always ring. Superfoods almost always mean three things: the product is expensive, there is a huge marketing campaign behind it, and the health benefits are exaggerated. All this applies to spirulina. In addition, there may also be dangers behind the so-called healthy products. Spirulina contains so many poisonous substances and metals, excessive use can lead to various kinds of diseases and ailments. This can be prevented by consciously using spirulina.

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  1. How is spirulina promoted? Spirulina and danger to the cells Heavy metals Microcystin Kidney stones Allergies. Diarrhea and Stomachaches In conclusion: Know where to buy spirulina and how to use it

In conclusion: Know where to buy spirulina and how to use it

  1. In principle, spirulina can be a healthy addition to the daily diet. However, spirulina, like any superfood, is anything but essential for a healthy diet. Try to avoid sugar and fast carbohydrates and eat enough (cheap) vegetables. Do you still want to take spirulina? Then use it in moderation, trying to build up the amount slowly. Also watch out with children. When purchasing spirulina, it is best to buy it through a reputable health food store and not over the Internet, especially in view of the heavy metals it may contain. Remember, if something is too good to be true, it probably isn't true. Many superfoods are being exposed daily after consumers spend hundreds of dollars on them.

  2. In principle, spirulina can be a healthy addition to the daily diet. However, like any superfood, spirulina is anything but essential for a healthy diet. Try to avoid sugar and fast carbohydrates and eat enough (cheap) vegetables. Do you still want to take spirulina? Then use it in moderation, trying to build up the amount slowly. Also watch out with children. When purchasing spirulina, it is best to buy it through a reputable health food store and not over the Internet, especially in view of the heavy metals it may contain. Remember, if something is too good to be true, it probably isn't true. Many superfoods are being exposed daily after consumers spend hundreds of dollars on them.



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