Thanks to her high pace of growth, and outrageous nutritional values, people often talk about Spirulina as a means to save humanity in a case of an apocalyptic disaster. Indeed, Spirulina is a good friend to have in times of trouble, offering all the nutrients a human body needs, as well as protection from disease and even from nuclear radiation.
Who Should Grow Spirulina?
Obviously, Spirulina makes a great solution to problems such as food scarcity, disease and malnutrition in third world countries. Volunteer teams from all over the world have gone out of their way to teach the art of growing Spirulina in India, Kenya and other “developing countries”. When I hear about these delegations, I often find it ironic that actually, most people in the west know nothing about growing food, let alone about Spirulina. In fact, people in the “developed world” are also experiencing malnutrition, in the form of obesity, anorexia, bulimia, and lack of self esteem. For the most part, this is derived from economic incapability and a great lack of awareness, and the result is that many of us are still living on cheap, industrial, unhealthy foods that degrade our health over time. It is no wonder then that cancer, diabetes, and heart conditions are so widespread.
How Spirulina can Promote Human Health
Spirulina has been proven to an effective treatment for many chronic diseases, primarily because it strengthens the immune system and detoxifies the body. Among other conditions, Spirulina can seriously improve the quality of life for people with Diabetes, Alzheimer, Parkinson, Arthritis, Allergies, and the list goes on and on.
Whether or not Spirulina can cure cancer is open for debate, but one thing we do know for certain is that if you eat Spirulina daily, you’re very unlikely to get cancer in the first place. Same goes for viruses, germs and parasites, which are the second most common death cause in the world (and are generally a pain in the neck).
Why Grow Spirulina at Home?
Growing Spirulina is EASY, inexpensive, and much less time consuming than growing vegetables. You need very little water and space and you can even grow it indoors, given that you have a window with enough sunshine. Eating fresh spirulina provides greater nutritional value than dried Spirulina, and saves the need of shipping, which pollutes the planet with greenhouse gases. Above all, growing Spirulina is an important skill to have no matter where you are in the world.
Adopt Spirulina into your life to strengthen your immune system, improve your health, and boost your energy levels with vital life force! Enjoy the abundance that has been given to you to free you from all slavery, hunger, disease and distress, and share this valuable experience with anyone in need to help make our planet a better place!
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