Spirulina is probably one of the worlds most popular health supplements, being boasted as one of the most nutrient dense 'superfoods' there is, spirulina has made it into protein shakes, health bars, drinks and more! Spirulina is so popular, you can even find juice that contains in in convenience stores! Spirulina, although similar to chlorella, is a type of blue-green algae. Unlike chlorella, spirulina is a multi-celled organism. High in nutritional content, spirulina has been an important food source among many different cultures and regions.
Spirulina is also known as; AFA, Algae, Algas Verdiazul, Algues Bleu-Vert, Algues Bleu-Vert du Lac Klamath, Anabaena, Aphanizomenon flos-aquae, Arthrospira fusiformis, Arthrospira maxima, Arthrospira platensis, BGA, Blue Green Algae, Blue-Green Micro-Algae, Cyanobacteria, Cyanobactérie, Cyanophycée, Dihe, Espirulina, Hawaiian Spirulina, Klamath, Klamath Lake Algae, Lyngbya wollei, Microcystis aeruginosa and other Microcystis species, Nostoc ellipsosporum, Spirulina Blue-Green Algae, Spirulina fusiformis, Spirulina maxima, Spirulina platensis, Spiruline, Spiruline d'Hawaii, Tecuitlatl.