AARP Magazine Endorses Spirulina

The American Association of Retired People (AARP) Magazine is the world’s largest circulation magazine. The current issue features an article on Spirulina that begins by quoting the experiments of researcher Paula Bickford, PhD from the University of South Florida Center of Excellence for Aging and Brain Repair. Dr. Bickford reported that Spirulina “demonstrated improved neuron function in the brain, a suppression of inflammatory substances in the brain and a decrease in oxidative damage.”

“Five foods that can add years to your life:”

The AARP Magazine suggests that people add these five foods to their daily diet to add years to their life: The #1 food on the list is Spirulina, followed by berries (cranberries, blueberries and blackberries), leafy greens, nuts (almonds and walnuts) and flaxseed. for spirulina, the magazine suggests 1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon of Spirulina powder per day or the equivalent 3 – 7 grams in capsule or tablet form.

Hawaiian Spirulina Pacifica contains high levels of key nutrients such as carotenoids and enzymes and the lowest levels of heavy metals and contaminants.

For a copy of the AARP Magazine article or more information about Hawaiian Spirulina Pacifica please e-mail us at [email protected] or call 808.334.9415.

Cyanotech Corporation, a world leader in microalgae technology, produces BioAstin® Natural Astaxanthin and Hawaiian Spirulina Pacifica®—all natural, functional nutrients that enhance human health and nutrition, providing significant antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and immune response benefits. NatuRose® Natural Astaxanthin is a natural pigment source that also promotes animal health and nutrition, primarily in aquaculture. Phycobiliproteins are fluorescent pigments used in medical diagnostic testing and research. Cyanotech produces these products from microalgae grown at its 90-acre facility in Hawaii using patented and proprietary technology and distributes them to nutritional supplement, nutraceutical, cosmeceutical, and animal feed makers and marketers in more than 40 countries worldwide.

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