Helen Barratt

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Byron Bay Australia / Researching potential adverse health effects of untested spirulina, a cyanobacteria that can produce the neurotoxin BMAA linked to Alzheimers Parkinsons & MND
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The Emerging Science of BMAA: Do Cyanobacteria Contribute to Neurodegenerative Disease?

Australian Researchers Discover Potential Blue Green Algae Cause & Treatment of Motor Neuron Disease (MND) & (ALS)

Murray River Toxic Algae Bloom Now Stretching over 1,400 kilometres. Would you drink this? Spirulina is also potentially a toxic algae that can produce #BMAA linked to #Alzheimers #ALS #MND #PD #MS

Murray River Toxic Algae Bloom Now Stretching over kilometres. Would you drink this? Spirulina is also potentially a toxic algae that can produce linked to

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Spirulina

10 spirulina benefits and side effects http://www.draxe.com #health #holistic #natural

The superfood spirulina is arguably the most nutrient-dense food on the planet, and spirulina benefits major health concerns such as cancer, Candida and more.

Spirulina contains up to 5 times more protein than meat – up to 65% in some instances, and contains as many as 100 different nutrients including many vitamins, potassium, copper, iron, selenium, zinc and magnesium. It is one of the few products that contains all the essential amino acids, as well as five times more beta-carotene than carrots.

Spirulina contains up to 5 times more protein than meat - up to in some instances, and contains as many as 100 different nutrients including vitamins.