3 Ways to Eat More Spirulina

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Spirulina is an easy superfood to add to your diet, even if you don’t like the taste of freshwater algae! Yes, you heard that right: spirulina is a type of freshwater algae that people add to their diets because it is SO GOOD for the human body. Spirulina is packed with vitamins, minerals, protein, healthy fats, and chlorophyll.

  1. Make a Spirulina Smoothie

Have you ever tried a green smoothie? How about a spirulina green smoothie? I make spirulina smoothies every morning. They are delicious, I swear! The trick is to add a few tasty fruits like bananas, pears, apples, citrus fruits, and berries. Then you balance out the sweetness with some fresh greens and add a pinch of spirulina for a punch of superfood nutrients! Toss in some ice and non-dairy milk, give it all a whirl in your blender, and you’ve got a delicious, nutrient dense meal on the go!

  1. Make Spirulina Baked Goods

Spirulina can be easily added to baked good recipes. Simply add 1-2 tablespoons of dried, organic spirulina to the dry ingredients found in your recipe. Adding spirulina to baked goods gives your treats a bright green color, naturally, and adds a ton of important nutrients. I find the absolute best organic spirulina recipes on Pinterest!

  1. If All Else Fails, Try Spirulina Capsules

If you truly can’t stomach the taste of spirulina, you can purchase dried, organic spirulina in capsule form. Spirulina capsules contain all of the same nutrients that spirulina powder contains, but in a convenient, tasteless capsule. Spirulina capsules can be found online and at health food stores. When buying spirulina, in capsules or powder, be sure to choose a product that is 100% pure and USDA certified organic.

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