Spirulina Powder 500g
Spirulina is one of the world's richest nutrients from plants. It provides valuable protection and nutrients.
Spirulina is high in protein, vitamins, minerals, carotenoids, and antioxidants. Spirulina is one of the richest sources of protein and it contains protein up to 65-70%! Spirulina helps the horse's body to build muscle mass, helps the horse to cope better at work as well as speed up the recovery.
Spirulina contains a huge amount of a variety of important minerals for example selenium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron, zinc and sulfur. Spirulina is also rich in sulfur-containing amino acids (methionine & cysteine), B-group vitamins (B1, B2, B6), beta-carotene and vitamin K, as well as large amounts of essential fatty acids.
Spirulina is also an unparalleled GLA source: more gamma-linolenic acid can only be obtained from breast milk! 2 tbsp of spirulina contains 131 mg of GLA.
Spirulina is rich in phycocyanin, which is a very powerful antioxidant and also helps to balance the body's immune system. The blue-green ingredients in spirulina protects the body from the sun's UV rays. It also improves the fertility of mares and can also be used for pregnant animals. Also suitable for the treatment of stress, fatigue, anxiety.
Spirulina is ideal for horses for example:
Seasonal respiratory allergies
Skin rashes and other skin allergies
Poor immune system
Increase energy and metabolism
2300% more iron than spinach
3900% more beta-carotene than carrots
300% more calcium than milk
375% more protein than meat or tofussa
phytonutrients 31 times more than blueberries
Dosage: 500 kg horse: 1-2 tablespoons of up to 2 times a day.
Dogs: 1 teaspoon - 1 tablespoon / day.
1 tbsp = 8 g.
Nutritional values 100g:
384 kcal of energy, fat, 7.3g carbohydrates 11.2g, protein 64.4g, sodium, 0.65g, iron 217mg, magnesium 500 mg, iodine 0.5mg, potassium 2000 mg , selenium 30ug, GLA 762mg, vitamin K 2000ug, beta-carotene 375 mg
Spirulina is an algae, which belong to two different generations, blue-green algae (Cyanophyta), as well as blue-green algae (Oscillastoriaceae).