Spirulina Fiber Shake

You might’ve heard of Spirulina before but perhaps you have been intimidated to try it, or perhaps you have the powder at home and you don’t know what to do with.

I hope this simple Spirulina drink will give you the confidence to experiment with it at home.

So, Spirulina is a bluegreen algae that is available as a powder and tablet. Although Spirulina looks like food from the future, it was actually used as a food source for the Aztecs and Mesoamericans until the 16th century.

I’ve been taking Parry’s Spirulina Powder for 1 month, and I adore this amazing product. I don’t know what your experience will be like, but for me this is awesome. After a week of taking spirulina, my skin totally cleared up from acne.
I guess it’s the effect of the toxins that have been released from my body with the help of the spirulina algae.
I know lots of people have a problem taking spirulina because they can’t stand the smell and taste of it. Yes, I should admit it tastes and smells a bit like a pond! However I love it as I know how good it is for me.
Anyway if you are one of those people who find spirulina’s smell and taste revolting, there are ways to disguise it. I find it’s great with fruit juice. Give it a try.

Health Benefits of Spirulina

  • Spirulina is Extremely High in Many Nutrients
  • Spirulina Protects LDL Cholesterol From Becoming Oxidized
  • Spirulina Appears to Have Anti-Cancer Properties
  • Studies Show That it May Reduce Blood Pressure
  • Muscle Strength and Endurance May Improve

So what more do you want? Go try it now

And for the adventurous, here is one simple Spirulina recipe:



Spirulina Powder


1/2 Cup Oats


1 Cup Milk


2 teaspoon honey


  1. In a blender, combine milk, oats, and honey.
  2. Add Parry’s Spirulina Powder.
  3. Blend until smooth.
  4. Pour into glasses and serve.

I am continuously using Parry’s Spirulina powder from the last few months and can see a difference.


You can buy it from here- http://www.amazon.in/dp/B01MDTGU77




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