Benefits of Hawaiian Spirulina
Spirulina is one of nature’s original superfood supplements that supports:*
Supports healthy aging by boosting the immune system*
Supports normal cholesterol and lipid profiles*
Supports a healthy and active lifestyle by providing good nourishment*
Supports overall cellular health*
Suggested Serving: 6 tablets daily (500 mg each tablet = 3 grams per day) Servings per Jar: 66 servings = Over 2 full months support. Refrigerate after opening to ensure freshness.
For more details on nutritional content, please visit our typical analysis page.
People love spirulina! Read reviews from satisfied users on our testimonials page.
Hawaiian Spirulina 500mg 400 Tablets:
Directions: 6 tablets daily with or between meals.
Refrigerate after opening.
Why Take Hawaiian Spirulina?
Hawaiian Spirulina contains natural and functional nutrients that are clinically proven to enhance human health.
More nutrition, gram per gram, than any other Spirulina on the market
Source of carotenoids, GLA, SOD, and phycocyanin
Excellent source of Vitamins A, K1, K2, B12 & Iron
Complete protein with essential and non-essential amino acids
Q. How many times a day should I take Hawaiian Spirulina?
A. The recommended dose is 3,000 mg or 3 grams. The 500 mg tablets should be taken 6 times daily to fully maximize the benefits of Hawaiian Spirulina.
Q. Do I need to take Hawaiian Spirulina with food?
A. This comes down to individual preference. Because spirulina is considered food itself, it is not necessary to take with other food. Check out our spirulina recipes page to find easy and delicious ways to mix spirulina into meals and beverages.
Q. Can I take Hawaiian Spirulina before I go to bed?
A. You can take it whenever you desire but it should be noted that the energy boost Hawaiian Spirulina provides can impact sleep quality. Our recommendation is to take spirulina in the morning or least 4 hours prior to going to bed.
Q. Is Hawaiian Spirulina ok for pregnant women?
A. Spirulina may be taken by pregnant or nursing mothers. Some of the nutrients in spirulina that are beneficial to women who may be pregnant or nursing include: iron, calcium and protein. To be safe, pregnant and nursing women should discuss any diet changes with their primary doctor or practitioner.
Q. Can children take spirulina?
A. Spirulina is great for children. It is even helpful for kids who do not like to eat vegetables as it can be easily mixed in with many of their favorite beverages. Younger children may want to take a lesser dosage than adults. Find easy and delicious food recipes in our recipe section.
Q. If I have never taken Spirulina, can I still take the full recommended dose?
A. Yes. Taking the full dose is recommended for adults to fully receive all the health benefits Hawaiian Spirulina has to offer. There is no concern if you have never taken it before except the recommendation is for younger children to take a smaller dose than adults.
Q. How can I expect to feel when taking Hawaiian Spirulina?
A. When consistently taking spirulina, you can expect to feel more energized. Many spirulina advocates report feeling less tires and healthier than they did before taking it. Hawaiian Spirulina provides support to nearly every single organ and bodily function so you may feel a wide range of different health benefits.
Q. Is there anything I should take in congruence with spirulina?
A. BioAstin Astaxanthin is an excellent supplement to add with Hawaiian Spirulina. It is among the world’s most powerful antioxidants and supports brain health, eye health, joint health and much more. The two work well to provide the body with a large range of different health benefits.
Q. Is this product organic?
A. Because of the way Hawaiian Spirulina grows it is not considered organic. However, it is free of dairy, lactose and soy. It is Non-GMO, pesticide and herbicide free, and is 100% Vegan.
Q. Can I get an adequate amount of spirulina from the food I eat?
A. No. Spirulina is a green algae that is grown in freshwater lakes, ponds and rivers and is unlikely to be consumed in regular diets.