Spirulina is a type of bacteria called cyanobacterium commonly known as blue-green algae that grow in both fresh and salt water. Like plants, it generates energy from sunlight through the process of photosynthesis. It grows and thrives in warm water alkaline ponds and rivers. Protein is one of the important components in the diet. This is one of the best possible sources of protein. This protein in spirulina is commercially grown in large-scale culture systems for human and animal consumption.
Spirulina contains 40 to 80% protein and has a very high growth rate. For its growth, it requires little water, land, and can grow in any climate in tropical regions. in commercial aquaculture such as fish, shrimp, and livestock; Spirulina is used as a dietary supplement either in wet or dry form.
The scientific name of domestic spirulina is known as Crocus sativus L. from the family Iridaceae.
Spirulina contains many nutrients in high concentrations.It has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.It is good for the heart as it can lower LDL and triglyceride levels.Prevents LDL cholesterol from being oxidized.It appears to have anti-cancer properties and works well against oral cancer.Controls inflammation in the nasal airways (symptoms of allergic rhinitis).Effective against anemia.Useful for HIV patients as it strengthens the immune system.Improves muscle strength and stamina.Increases brain energy as it increases ribonucleic acid.Studies in animals have shown a decrease in blood sugar levels.Improves the health of the digestive system.Has anti-aging properties.One tablespoon contains 4 grams of Protein, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine 11% of RDA), Vitamin B2 (15% of RDA Riboflavin), Vitamin B3 (Niacin 4% of RDA), Copper (21% of RDA), Iron (11%) it happens. RDA), also contains omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids (about 1 gram), manganese, potassium and magnesium.
For commercial and large scale production, Spirulina has to be grown in regions with suitable climatic conditions. Tropical and sub-tropical regions are suitable places for its growing. It requires sunlight throughout the year. The growth rate and production of Spirulina depends on various factors such as wind, rainfall, temperature fluctuations and solar radiation. Required temperature For Spirulina : For high production with high protein temperature between 30° to 35°C is ideal. Spirulina can survive between 22° to 38°C
Benefits Of Spirulina: Spirulina is an algae that is found in water. This vegetation grows in lake, waterfall or salt water. It has great importance in Ayurveda. Spirulina is also used in many medicines in Ayurveda. Protein and vitamins are found in abundance in Spirulina. About 60 percent of spirulina provides protein and other essential amino acids to the body. More than 18 vitamins and minerals are also found in it. The body gets vitamin A, iron, calcium, carotene and antioxidants from spirulina. Due to being rich in nutrients, it is called a superfood. It is also used in many Ayurvedic medicines. The body gets many benefits by consuming spirulina.
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