Spirunilla

 

Spirulina Vitamin Content

 

Spirulina Mineral Content

Vitamins

per 10 Grams

U.S. DV

% dv

 

Minerals

per 10 grams

U.S. DV

% U.S. DV

A (Beta Carotene)

23000 IU

5000 IU

460%

 

Calcium

70 mg

1000 mg

7%

C

0 mg

60 mg

0%

 

Iron

10 mg

18 mg

55%

E (A-Tocopherol)

1.0 IU

30 IU

3%

 

Phosphorus

80 mg

1000 mg

8%

K

200 mcg

80 mcg

250%

 

Magnesium

40 mg

400 mg

10%

B  1 (Thiamin)

0.35 mg

1.5 mg

23%

 

Zinc

300 mcg

15 mg

2%

B2 Riboflavin

0.40 mg

1.7 mg

23%

 

Selenium

10 mcg

70 mcg

14%

B3 Niacin

1.4 mg

20 mg

7%

 

Copper

120 mcg

2 mg

6%

B 6 Pyridoxine

80 mcg

2 mg

4%

 

Manganese

500 mcg

2mg

25%

Folate Folic Acid

1 mcg

0.4 mg

0%

 

Chromium

25 mcg

120 mcg

21%

B 12 Cyanocobalamin

20 mcg

6 mcg

330%

 

Sodium

90 mg

2400 mg

4%

Biotin

0.5 mcg

0.3 mg

0%

 

Germanium

60 mcg

 

 

Panthothenic Acid

10 mcg

10 mg

1%

 

 

 

 

 

Inositol

6.4 mg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spirulina Essential Fatty Acids

 

Dietary sources of GLA

 

mg per 10 grams

% Total

 

Food Sources

Oil Extracts

Myristic

1mg

0.2%

 

Mother’s Milk

Evening Primrose Plant

Palmitic

244 mg

45.0%

 

Palmitoleic

33 mg

5.6%

 

Spirulina

Black currant and borage seeds

Hepatadecanoic

2 mg

0.3%

 

Stearic

8 mg

1.4%

 

Earthrise farms  1995

Oleic

12 mg

2.2%

 

linoleic

97 mg

17.9%

 

Gama-Linolenic

135 mg

24.9%

 

Total

546 mg

100%

 

 

Spirulina Amino Acid Composition*

 

Spirulina Non – Essential Amino Acids Composition

Essential Amino Acids

per 10 Grams

% Total

 

Non – Essential Amino Acids

Per 10 Grams

% Total

isoleucine

350 mg

5.6%

 

Alanine

470 mg

7.6%

Leucine

540 Mg

8.7%

 

Arginine

430

6.9%

Lysine

290 mg

4.7%

 

Aspartic Acid

610

9.8%

Methionine

140 mg

2.3%

 

Cystine

60

1.0%

Phenylalanine

280 mg

4.5%

 

Glutamic Acid

910

14.6%

Threonine

320 mg

5.2%

 

Glycine

320

5.2%

Tryptophan

90 mg

1.5%

 

Histidine

100

1.6%

Valine

400 mg

6.5%

 

Proline

270

4.3%

 

 

Serine

320

5.2%

Earth Rise Farms 1995

 

Tyrosine

300

4.8%

 

Total Amino Acids

6200 mg

100%

Spirulina Natural Pigments

Pigments

Color

per 10 grams

% total

Phycocyanin

Blue

1400 mg

14%

Chlorophyll

Green

100 mg

1%

Carotenoids

Orange

37 mg

0.37%

Carotenes

Beta Carotene

Other Carotenes

Xanthophylls

Myxoxanthophyll

Zeaxanthin

Cryptoxanthin

Echinenone

Other Xanthophylls

54%

45%

9%

46%

19%

16%

3%

2%

6%

20 mg

17 mg

3 mg

17 mg

7 mg

6 mg

1 mg

1 mg

2 mg

0.20%

0.17%

0.03%

0.17%

0.07%

0.06%

0.01%

0.01%

0.02%

 

Summary of Clinical Research with Spirulina

Medical Subject

Patient

Country

Year

Anti- Aids Viral Effect

Human Cells  

USA

1996

Anti – Viral Effect

Human Cells              

Japan

1996

Anti – herpes viral effect

Hamsters      

Japan

1993

Lowering Cholesterol

Humans        

Japan

1988

Lowering Cholesterol

Rats

India

1983

Lowering Cholesterol

Rats

Japan

1984, 90

Reducing Oral Cancer Tumors

Hamsters

USA

1986, 88

Reducing Oral Cancer Tumors

Humans

India

1995

Anti – Liver Cancer Tumor

Mice

Japan

1982

Builds Bone Marrow

Mice

China

1994

Immune enhancement

Rabbits

Russia

1979

Immune enhancement

Mice

Japan

1994

Immune enhancement

Mice

China

1991, 94

Immune enhancement

Chickens

USA

1995, 1996

Immune enhancement

Cats

USA

1996

Reducing Kidney poisons

Rats

Japan

1988

from Drugs and Heavy metals

Rats

Japan

1990

Reducing Liver Toxin from dioxin

Rats

Japan

1997

Effect against diabetes

Rats

Japan

1991

Reduces Blood Pressure

Rats

Japan

1990

Building Healthy lactobacillus

Rats

Japan

1987

Treating External Wounds

Humans

France

1967

Treating External Wounds

Humans

Japan

1977

Infection (Antibiotic action)

Microbial Cells

Puertorico

1970

Infection (Antibiotic action)

Microbial Cells

India

1978

Recovering from malnutrition

Humans

Mexico

1973

Recovering from malnutrition

Humans

Togo

1986

Treating Nutritional deficiencies

Humans

India

1991, 93

Treating Nutritional deficiencies

Humans

Romania

1984

Treating Nutritional deficiencies

Humans

China

1987, 94

High Iron Bioavailability

Rats

USA

1986

Correcting Iron Anemia

Rats

Japan

1982

Correcting Iron Anemia

Humans

Japan

1978

Iron deficit in Athletes

Humans

Macedonia

1998

Treating infirmities with GLA

Humans

Spain

1987

Radiation Protective effects

Humans

Germany

1986

Reducing Radiation allergies

Mice

China

1989

Detoxify radiation pollutants

Humans

Belarus

1999

 


 


Green Super food Nutrient Comparison

Composition

Spirulina Algae

Chlorella Algae

Aphaniz Algae

Barley Grass

Wheat Grass

Protein

62%

60%

58%

25%

25%

Carbohydrates

19%

18%

25%

54%

54%

Fats (Lipids)

5%

10%

5%

4%

4%

Minerals (Ash)

9%

7%

7%

12%

12%

Moisture

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

Vitamins per 10 Grams

Beta Carotene

23000 IU

5000 IU

12000 IU

5000 IU

5000 IU

Vitamin C

0 mg

4 mg

6 mg

31 mg

31 mg

Vitamin E

1 IU

1.5 IU

1.3 IU

3 IU

3 IU

B 1 Thiamin

0.35 mg

0.17 mg

0.05 mg

0.03 mg

0.03 mg

B 2 Riboflavin

0.40 mg

0.50 mg

0.50 mg

0.20 mg

0.20 mg

B 3 Niacin

1.4 mg

2.8 mg

1.3 mg

0.75 mg

0.75 mg

B 6

80  mcg

140 mcg

110 mcg

128 mcg

128 mcg

B 12

20 mcg

5 mcg

32 mcg

3 mcg

3 mcg

Folacin

1 mcg

 

10 mcg

108 mcg

108 mcg

Biotin

0.5 mcg

 

3 mcg

11 mcg

11 mcg

Panthothenic Acid

10 mcg

 

60 mcg

240 mcg

240 mcg

Inositol

6 mg

 

 

 

 

Minerals per 10 grams

Calcium

70 mg

30 mg

140 mg

52 mg

52 mg

Iron

10 mg

10 mg

3.5 mg

6 mg

6 mg

Magnesium

40 mg

30 mg

22 mg

10 mg

10 mg

Sodium

90 mg

36 mg

27 mg

3 mg

3 mg

Potassium

140 mg

80 mg

120 mg

320  mg

320 mg

Phosphorus

90 mg

90 mg

50 mg

52 mg

52 mg

Zinc

0.3 mg

1.20 mg

0.2 mg

0.5 mg

0.5 mg

Manganese

0.5 mg

 

0.3 mg

1.0 mg

1.0 mg

Copper

120 mcg

 

40 mcg

200 mcg

200 mcg

Chromium

25 mcg

 

5 mcg

 

 

Phytonutrients per 10 grams

Phycocyanin

1400 mg

none

 

none

none

Chlorophyll

100 mg

280 mg

200 mg

55 mg

55 mg

Total Carotenoids

37 mg

 

 

 

 

Gama Linolenic Acid

135 mg

 

 

none

none

Glycolipids

200 mg

 

 

 

 

Sulfolipids

10 mg

 

 

 

 

  1. Earthrise farms 1995,
  2. Yacyama Chlorella, 1995,
  3. Cell Tech Alpha sun.
  4. Cereal Grass Ed. by Ronald Seibold.

Adult Essential Amino Acid (EAA) Requirements Provided by Spirulina

EAA

Requirement g/day

Spirulina gm/10g

Spirulina %/10g

 

isoleucine

0.84

0.35

42

a. Jassby 1983, FNB 1975, Earthrise Farms 1995

b. includes cystine.

c. includes tyrsine

Leucine

1.12

0.54

48

Lysine

0.84

0.29

35

Methionine

0.70

0.20

29

Phenylalanine

1.12

0.58

52

Threonine

.056

0.32

43

Valine

0.98

0.40

41

 

 

Protein Quantity and quality for Spirulina and other protein food sources

 

Best Beta-Carotene Vegetables

Food

Protein %

NPU%

Usable Protein %

 

Food

Serving size

IU of Beta carotene

Spirulina

65

62

40

 

Spirulina

1 heaping tbspoon. (10 g)

23000

Dried eggs, whole

47

94

44

 

Papaya

½ Medium

8867

Brewers Yeast

45

50

23

 

Sweet Potato

½ Cup, Cooked

8500

Soy flour, Whole

37

61

23

 

Collard greens

½ Cup, Cooked

7917

Dried milk, skim

36

82

30

 

Carrots

½ Cup, Cooked

7250

Cheese, parmesan

36

70

25

 

Chard

½ Cup, Cooked

6042

wheat germ

27

67

18

 

Beet Greens

½ Cup, Cooked

6042

peanuts

26

38

10

 

Spinach

½ Cup, Cooked

6000

Chicken

24

67

16

 

Cantaloupe

¼ Medium

5667

Fish

22

80

18

 

Chlorella

50 Tabsp (10 G)

5000

Beef

22

67

15

 

Broccoli

½ Cup, Cooked

3229

Sesame Seed

19

60

11

 

Butternut Squash

½ Cup, Cooked

1333

Oats, Whole flour

15

66

10

 

Water melon

1 Cup

1173

Wheat, Whole flour

14

63

9

 

Peach

1 Large

1042

Tofu, Moist

8

65

5

 

Apricot

1 Medium

892

Brown rice

8

60

5

 

 

 

 

a. Switzer, The whole food revolution, 1982, pg 21

b. Value for Spirulina NPU from O. Ciferri, Spirulina

c. Values are for highest protein levels for these groups.

a.   Vegeterian Times, “Recipes with A+ Nutrition”, May 1986 pg 47

b.   Earth rise farms, 1995

d. Yacyama Chlorella 1995

 


Best Food Sources of Iron

 

Food

Serving Size

mg Iron

 

Spirulina

1 tbsp. 10 g

10.0

a.       The Complete Book of Vitamins and Minerals for Health pg. 182

b.       Earthrise farms 1995

c.       Yacyama Chlorella 1995

Chlorella

1 tbsp. 10 g

10.0

Chicken Liver, Cooked

3 ounces

7.2

Crab, Pieces, Steamed

½ cup

6.0

Beef Liver, Fried

½ cup

5.3

Soybeans, Boiled

½ Cup

4.4

Blackstrap molasses

1 Tbsp

3.2

Spinach, Cooked

½ Cup

3.2

Beef, broiled

3 ounces

2.9

Potato, baked

One

2.8

Scallops, Steamed

3 ounces

2.5

Pistachios, Dried

¼ cup

2.2

Broccoli, Cooked

1 spear

2.1

Cashews, Dry-roasted

¼ cup

2.1

Turkey, Dark meat

3 ounces

2.0

Spinach, raw chopped

½ cup

0.8

 

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