Everything You Need To Know About Spirulina – Recipe Book by Tina Quick

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Spirulina superfood is extremely versatile and can be used in smoothies, drinks, salads, soups, and much more. This book offers dozens of amazing spirulina recipes that are not just healthy and tasty but also quick and easy to make.

Everything You Need To Know About Spirulina - Recipe Book by Tina Quick

You could be just one spirulina recipe away from a healthier you!

In this Spirulina recipe book you will learn what makes Spirulina such an amazing protein source, and how to use it to create delicious and nutritious dishes that will help you lose weight, have more energy and feel at your best.

Delicious Spirulina Recipes

I’ve heard people complain about spirulina’s taste being too “seaweedish”. Sure, it’s an acquired taste, but considering all the amazing and rare benefits it brings to your body, it makes sense to just experiment with different recipes until you find a few that you’re ok with. Spirulina superfood is extremely versatile and can be used in smoothies, drinks, salads, soups, and much more. This book offers dozens of amazing spirulina recipes that are not just healthy and tasty but also quick and easy to make.

About The Author, Tina Quick

Tina Quick has been vegan since age 19. She loves cooking healthy, delicious vegan food and teaching others how to eat a healthy plant-based diet.

About Spirulina

Spirulina is considered to be the most nutritionally complete of all food supplements, as it is one of the richest sources of many important nutrients, such as protein, vitamins A, B complex, and K, complex carbohydrates, iron, among others. It is also super rich in carotenoids such as yellow xanthophylls and beta carotene which have antioxidant properties. It also contains significant amounts of chlorophyll, fatty and nucleic acids, and lipids.

2 reviews for Everything You Need To Know About Spirulina – Recipe Book by Tina Quick

  1. Thomas Masters

    As a health and wellness enthusiast, I’m passionate about good nutrition. I know that blue-green algae are abundant in beneficial nutrients, but never realized that spirulina is the “creme de la creme” of the algae world.

    In Tina Quick’s “Everthing…” book, I found an exhaustive list of nutrients that does a body good. Besides the abundance of minerals and vitamins found in spirulina, I learned about its variety of amino acids and enzymes, so critical to our optimum health. And its protein content is higher than I expected.

    Its detoxifying effects can help relieve many digestive and related ailments, as the author’s research reveals. And spirulina may help with weight loss. A win-win combination!

    In addition to 10 recipes to consume spirulina are tips to use it externally, things I didn’t imagine. And the author’s Q and A section help answer questions many may have. Overall, an informative and eye opening read about the many benefits of spirulina, the “King” of the algae world. Recommended!

  2. Laura Cotton

    I have taken spiralina for five years. It is so nice to find out so much information in one book instead of small snippets here and there.Thank you for writing this!!!

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