1 . I can’t take iodine, is it possible to take the Living Blue?
Spirulina is a freshwater micro algae therefore it contains a small amount of iodine and consequently Living Blue can be consumed by people who do not have the right to consume iodine products .
2 . Why does the Living Blue has a sweet taste ?
The sweet taste is due to the vegetable glycerine which is not a sugar. We do not add any sugar in Living Blue and consequently it is safely consumable by people who should avoid taking too much sugar in their diet, for example, diabetics or people who are dieting .
3 . What is the Living Blue way of action ?
Living Blue is a food supplement of high quality and it is very concentrated. Living Blue is made of vegetable ingredients in a proprietary formula that has been the subject of a patent by the ECOSYSTEM laboratory. This is the reason why our food supplement will help you to naturally strengthen your body’s defenses. Analyzes showed that the Living Blue contains a very significant amount of Phycocyanin in its native form. Living Blue is a natural product, 100% vegetable origin and contains no chemical preservatives, or dyes.
4 . You say that there is not dyes yet Living Blue is 'blue' ?
Living Blue actually has a very nice blue color. This blue color is due to the phycocyanin which is a natural pigment that is involved in photosynthesis of Spirulina. When we think of photosynthesis we immediately think of the color green which is the usual color of photosynthetic plants on earth. But in aquatic environments, there are many more pigments! Spirulina contains a fluorescent marvelous beauty which is the blue pigment phycocyanin.
Our laboratory has developed an innovative technology that allows extracting stably the phycocyanin in its natural native form. This technology has been the subject of an international invention patent.
5 . What are the properties of phycocyanin ?
Phycocyanin is a molecule that has been the subject of numerous scientific studies worldwide . These studies have proven that phycocyanin is a potent antioxidant which is remarkably effective in helping to protect against oxidative stress. Phycocyanin helps detoxify the liver, protect the kidney, strengthen the immune system and so on …
6 . How to take the Living Blue ?
Living Blue is taken at a dose, that is to say, a cap or a spoon, fasting morning and one dose in the early evening diluted in a glass of water.
7 . Are there any incompatibilities ?
Living Blue fits everyone. This is an excellent dietary supplement for the elderly, but also athletes, stressed people, pregnant women, people recovering, adolescents growing and all the other types of group …
Moreover, as Living Blue is made only with ingredients of plant origin, it is not only compatible, but also highly recommended for people who have a vegetarian or vegan diet. Indeed, Living Blue is made with Spirulina that is recognized for its high concentration of bioactive natural food. But this is not all, Living Blue naturally contains vitamin B12, which is present in a very significant amount in spirulina. This vitamin is often deficiency in vegetarians and vegans immune system.
8 . What are the differences between Spirulina and Klamath algae ?
Klamath Algae is a complex seaweed that we do not know how to cultivate it properly and it grows in a single location in the world , the Klamath Lake, in the United States. The problem is that the Klamath lake contains several species of algae, including toxic algae called Microcystis aeruginosa and during the harvest both algae are often present. A report by the French Health Safety Agency in 2006, warns against products based on AFA (Klamath algae) because some batches could contain up to 2 micrograms per gram of dangerous toxins from the toxic algae Microcystis aeruginosa.
This problem does not exist and can not happen with the Living Blue as our food supplement is made with Spirulina, which grows in a very specific environment that excludes contamination by other algae. It is not by chance that the Spirulina microalgae is the most consumed in the world. Spirulina has been consumed for thousands of years and therefore it is the micro algae on which we have the most hindsight. But this is not all, we now know how to improve the culture environment of spirulina to get very high quality extractions, then it is obviously not possible with the AFA algae as this is not cultivated.
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