LIFESTREAM IS 100% COMMITTED TO SUPPLY THE BEST SPIRULINA AND GREEN SUPERFOODS. WE ARE PROUD TO HAVE A FULL SPIRULINA RANGE AND BELIEVE LIFESTREAM SPIRULINAS ARE THE WORLD'S VERY BEST
What are the basic differences between them?
Lifestream Certified Organic Spirulina is rich in phytonutrients, carotenoids and chlorophyll and is perfect for those wanting a strong healthy immune system or for people recuperating, run down or under the weather.
Lifestream Bioactive Spirulina is the highest iron source, perfect for people feeling worn out, run down, tired or exhausted.
Lifestream High Phycocyanin Spirulina Blue is richer in phycocyanin, B3, GLA, Xanthophylls and Zeaxanthin making it the perfect for those under added stress and leading a hectic and active lifestyle.
Who can benefit from Lifestream Bioactive Spirulina?
People feeling run down or exhausted
People who are iron deficient
Sports or fitness people exercising regularly
Anybody looking for more energy
Lifestream Bioactive Spirulina was hand picked for its purity and nutritional potency from 35 varieties worldwide, it is richer in Iron and GLA and is perfect for people feeling worn out, run down, tired or exhausted. Lifestream Bioactive Spirulina is 100% unconditionally guaranteed. Lifestream Bioactive Spirulina is free of herbicides, pesticides, and irradiation, it is G.E. free and suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
We recommend Lifestream Spirulina to be part of and not a replacement for a healthy and balanced diet. Please follow all label instructions and remember, these foods may be new to your diet so you may want to start off with small amounts such as a ¼ of a teaspoon of powder or one to two tablets or capsules (per day for the first week) before building to a suitable level for your own personal needs. If you have a very sensitive digestive system or may be one of the very few people who have an algae allergy, please check with your Healthcare Practitioner before using Lifestream Spirulina. Lifestream Spirulina is a natural whole food and is not meant to prevent, diagnose or cure any disease condition. People with specific nutrient deficiencies may also need professional advice and should consult their Healthcare Practitioner.
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