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Spirulina – advices on how to start, how much to take and what to take.

A friend of mine decided to start taking spirulina (yeahh, congrats Louise!) but she's not too sure where to buy spirulina, which one to buy spirulina and how much to take . There is so much spirulina out there, so many different forms, different origins, different it gets confusing. This is…
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The best natural supplements to reduce high cholesterol – or your daily dose of spirulina (Get your cholesterol in check – Part III)

In the previous posts, here and here,  we talked about the different strategies you could put in place to reduce naturally your cholesterol levels. The strategies were 1/ Exercise every day 2/ Drink water - at least ½ your weight in ounce 3/ Reduce the food that makes your cholesterol go out…
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How to lower you cholesterol naturally and can spirulina really help? (Get your cholesterol in check – Part II)

So here are the 5 key elements you should put in place to ensure you reduce your cholesterol naturally. As I mentioned in the previous post, this is not a magical potion; you will actually have to take action and take ownership of your own health! But don’t worry every…
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How to naturally reduce your cholesterol? And can spirulina really help?? (Get your cholesterol in check – Part I)

There are 5 strategies that you must apply if you want to regulate you cholesterol levels. Before detailing them, I have to warn you: THIS IS NOT A MAGICAL POTION. You will have to actually DO things and CHANGE your lifestyle if you want to regulate your cholesterol levels. But…
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Spirulina protects against Alzheimer, Parkinson and other neurodegenerative diseases ♥

I just read a pretty interesting paper about spirulina and microglial cells, called "Spirulina and C-phycocyanin reduce cytotoxicity and inflammation-related genes expression of microglial cells" (you can read it here if you are interested in the science). Microglial cells are the cells found in your brain and spinal cord. They are…
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