Spirulina is a blue-green algae that is often sold in powder form or tablets. Although Spirulina is distantly related to the kelp algae, it is not a sea plant. You've probably seen Spirulina on the shelves of health food stores as it's a popular source of chlorella, B12 and by weight, a good source of protein, with around 60% of its dry weight consisting of proteins.
We all know the importance of eating land veggies but in our country veggies of the sea are hardly consumed. Seaweeds are some of the most healthy and beautifying foods on the planet. if you want to have the long hair and skin of a mermaid then eat sea vegetables. Sea vegetables can also detoxify... Read more »