Spirulina is a blue-green algae that contains some of the most concentrated nutrients you can find per ounce than almost any other food on the planet!

The main active compound in Spirulina is Phycocyanin, which has powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

With a myriad of nutrients, trace minerals, antioxidants, fatty acids and phytochemicals, it’s no wonder the UN World Health Organization has called Spirulina “the best food for the future!”


Boost Nutrition

If you’re feeling depleted and you’re not eating enough fruit and vegetables, you’ll want to add this nutritious superfood to your daily routine. Our Spirulina contains an abundance of important nutrients and antioxidants including iron, complete and absorbable protein, B vitamins, as well as vitamins A and K. It’s also rich in chlorophyll, fatty acids, GLA (gammalinolenic acid), trace minerals, and phytochemicals.

Get Energized

Feeling sluggish, drained, and exhausted? Spirulina can help you get energized without crashing. This nutritional superstar is rich in iron, magnesium, and B vitamins. And it doesn’t stop there - it’s much easier to absorb than iron supplements and contains 60-70% easily digestible and absorbable plant-based protein.

Brain Health

Suffering with brain fog, poor concentration, and mental fatigue? Being rich in iron, antioxidants, enzymes, and phytonutrients, Spirulina can help increase your mental focus, clarity, and improve overall brain function while drawing out heavy metals from the brain.

Detox From Toxins, Heavy Metals, & Radiation

Spirulina has a completely unique combination of phytonutrients that can help to purge toxins from the body, and draw out heavy metals from the brain, nervous system, and organs. Studies show the bright blue pigment in Spirulina called Phycocyanin has been very effective as a “radiation shield” and was used on the children of Chernobyl. It was found that in 20 days, the children who had 1 tsp/day of this superfood had 50% less radiation poisoning. A Russian Patent was awarded for Spirulina in 1994, deeming it a medical food for reducing allergic reactions from radiation poisoning. It’s effective treatment for detoxifying radiation poisoning has Spirulina on the radar for post radiation treatment of cancer patients.

Improved Digestion

Got gut problems? Healthy gut flora is the foundation of good health. Spirulina helps balance the digestive tract by suppressing bad bacteria (like e-coli and Candida) and stimulating beneficial flora. This promotes healthy digestion and proper bowel function, reduces bloating, as well as increases the body’s ability to absorb nutrients from the foods we eat and helps protect against infection.

Enhanced Athletic Performance

Spirulina increases energy and stamina levels in athletes, yogi’s, and gym dwellers. It’s high protein content helps build muscle mass while its high antioxidant and mineral content helps with recovery and muscle repair. It’s the perfect pre- and post- workout food! (Spirulina actually contains on average up to 10X more protein per gram than beef!)

Anti-Aging & Cellular Health 

Spirulina is the richest beta carotene food. The beta carotene found in spirulina is ten times more concentrated than carrots and will help protect your body from cell damage and aging. We continuously hear that TriPow improves our customers skin and eyes - keeping them looking and feeling younger!

Stronger Immune System

Tired of always catching a cold or the flu? Spirulina contains all the essential vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants, and phytochemicals to give your immune system a massive boost. By boosting the immune system you’re also supporting healthy aging.

May help with: cellular degeneration, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, candida, degenerative disease, and inflammation to name just a few.


Nutritional deficiency and our toxic environment are definitely contributors to poor health.
The many studies showing Spirulina boosts nutrition and aids in detoxification are reason enough to add it to your morning smoothie or raw food recipes.