10 Reasons Why Spirulina Should Be Added To Your Diet Right Now

Arthrospira platensis, commonly known as Spirulina is a cytobacteria (or blue-green algae as they are often called) – a single-celled microscopic organism native to many fresh-water environments around the globe. Spirulina thrives in all-natural, non-polluted water where it converts sunlight into the many vitamins and nutrients that make it one of the world’s healthiest and most nutritionally-complete “Super Foods.”