frozen spirulina

If you’re an athlete, you know the exhilaration of pushing your body to new limits. Likely, you’re also familiar with the painful recovery afterward. It’s easy to reach a state of fatigue and limited performance when you overexert yourself.

Cue, frozen spirulina to the rescue.

This natural component helps to balance the body and aid in muscle recovery, so that your muscles spring back to the best possible shape.

So, in this post, we’ll examine the benefits of frozen spirulina and why so many athletes swear by it.

Let’s dive in!

What Is Spirulina?

Spirulina is an incredibly nutritious, blue-green algae that grows in alkaline freshwaters. It is carefully farmed in fully enclosed ponds in limited regions of the US such as South Florida and promotes good health with many unique benefits for endurance athletes.

Spirulina is a plant based super-food that can provide your body with many vitamins and nutrients that are otherwise difficult to come by in a demanding diet.

Maintain and Develop Muscle Mass

About 70% of fresh spirulina’s weight consists of amino acids. These are the building blocks of protein. In comparison to beef or eggs, this is a much higher density of protein. Spirulina also has a 50% concentration of essential amino acids, including:

  • Valine and Leucine, these aid muscle lesion repair
  • Isoleucine, which synthesizes with other non-essential amino acids
  • Methionine, which acts as an antioxidant

All of these amino acids also support the development and maintenance of muscle.

Why Else Is Frozen Spirulina Great for Athletes?

Spirulina is rich in ironand contains one of the only readily available sources of phycocyanin on the planet. Iron deficiency is common among female athletes. In endurance sports, spirulina can thereby help keep up strength and enhance performance. 

Spirulina also has a high concentration of calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus. All of which are heavily involved in energy metabolism and also help with recovery. It can even prevent muscle cramps and spasms.

In fact, phosphorus has also been shown to improve sports performance and could lead to overall increased muscle strength and endurance.

Frozen Spirulina Is 100 % Bioavailable

Athletes with a plant based diet can sometimes struggle to get enough B12 and protein in their meals. These are integral to the production of red blood cells. The natural source of these vitamins is usually found in animal products.

Frozen Spirulina can supplement these vitamins and is one of the best plant based sources of these nutrients available on the planet.

Freshly Frozen Spirulina Over Powders

The benefits of spirulina are apparent. But, here’s why athletes choose to take frozen spirulina over the powdered component.

Frozen spirulina is five times more potent than the dry variant, namely because most of the spirulina’s benefits get lost in the drying / powdering process.

Our spirulina is packaged fresh and shipped frozen. You can easily add it to a smoothie or even water to give you that boost of protein and vitamins in the mornings. 

Try Fresh Spirulina

Now you know why athletes choose frozen spirulina. It’s an easy and effective way of supplementing their diets and ensuring they have all the vitamins, minerals, nutrients and amino acids that their bodies need.

Try our spirulina today, or ask us any questions you may have about it – we’re more than happy to help!

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