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Good Health Spirulina Tablets

  • Good Health Spirulina Tablets
$16.90

Good Health

Good Health Spirulina Tablets

$16.90
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Good Health Spirulina is a super food made from a Blue green algae. Spirulina is naturally rich in many nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, essential fatty acids and chlorophyll. It is naturally high in iron and has a higher percentage of protein (60%) than any other food. It's no surprise that it’s regarded as one of nature’s top super foods. Ideal for any age from children to the elderly.

Key Features

  • Hawaiian grown
  • Dried using special patented Ocean Chill Drying™
  • Grown in spring water free from contaminants, pesticides, industrial waste and herbicides.
  • Rich in iron

Key Benefits

  • Known to be the best source of Spirulina in the world
  • Ensures the Spirulina contains the highest nutrients content available – contains high levels of Iron, Beta carotene and Zeaxanthin
  • Superior quality
  • The clean fresh water gives the Spirulina a clean fresh taste

Serving suggestion

If you are new to taking Spirulina it is best to start slowly and build up to the recommended dose. 1 serve = 6 tablets (equivalent to 6gms).

Adults: Suggested dose is to take 1-3 serves per day (tablets can be taken all at once or with each meal).

Nutritional Information

Serving size: 6 tablets (3g) Qty per serving* Qty per 100g*
Energy 42kJ 1390kJ
Protein 2.0g 67.0g
Fat- total
-saturated
0.2g
0.1g
5.0g
2.2g
Carbohydrate
-sugars
0.5g
NIL
16.0g
NIL
Sodium 36mg 1170mg
Vitamin B12 (450% of RDI) 9 mcg
300mcg
Vitamin K (94% of RDI) 76mcg 2500mcg
Iron (58% of RDI) 7mg
233mg
Chromium (25% of RDI) 51mcg 1670mcg
Zeaxanthin 8mg 250mg
Total carotenoids 14mg 467mg
Superoxide Dismutase
30 units 1000 units
*Specified values are averages

Formulated without

Gluten, egg, dairy, soy, yeast, wheat, artificial flavours, artificial sweeteners or artificial colours.

Contra-indications

No known contra-indications. May be taken with other medications and supplements. No side effects known to be reported. People with hereditary haemochromatosis or iron overload should not take iron containing supplements.