Latest Studies Find: Spirulina Can Boost Immune System Response To Viral Infections
A study published last month in the journal Progress in Cardiovascular Disease (2020) revealed that phycocyanobilin (PCB), a compound in Spirulina, can boost the body’s response to viruses✊.
The study is in fact entitled “Nutraceuticals have potential for boosting the type 1 interferon response to RNA viruses including influenza and coronavirus” and reveals incredible and very timely findings about Spirulina.
Researchers observed “profound antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects” and explained that the PCB converts in the body to a compound that has a role in the immune system and “may have potential for boosting type 1 interferon response in the context of RNA virus infection”⚡️.
Type 1 interferons are immune cells that are antimicrobial, their role is to help prevent further spread of a virus to neighbouring cells and to activate the body’s innate system of killing off infection💥. We definitely want to be boosting these!
However, not all Spirulina is created equal…
For immune system support, it’s particularly important to ensure you choose a very clean source of Spirulina like ours - which is grown in pure mineral water💧 and tested free from toxins including heavy metals, chemical fertilisers and algal toxins💯.
Start off with 2 servings of our pure powder or easy tablets daily to give your body extra nourishment during the pandemic
Stir powder into water with a squeeze of lemon, or add to your smoothie
Keep a pouch with you in your bag or desk drawer so as not to forget
If you’re sick or have been near someone who is, increase your dose to 5x servings daily
N.B. This information isn’t intended to claim Spirulina can cure, treat or prevent the coronavirus. Do support your immune system with other foods and lifestyle measures.
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