Pure & Concentrated Ingredients

No binders or excipients, just 100% natural Spirulina.


Proprietary Formulation

With Clinically Validated Dosage


Efficacy Proven by Scientific Studies

Superfood for longevity.


High Bioavailability & Highly Effective

Most easily absorbable form of nutrients into our body.


Spirulina – The Superfood Legend


Spirulina is a blue-green microalga that has been around for millions of years. Spirulina is one of nature’s most nutritious superfoods. Ecologically grown Spirulina contains one of the highest densities of protein found in any food, offers more beta-carotene than carrots, more iron than raw spinach, and more calcium than milk on gram per gram basis.



Earthrise® Spirulina

CeleBeaute Spirulina uses the number 1 spirulina on earth, Earthrise® Spirulina. 
Since 1976, Earthrise® has produced and cultivated the purest, cleanest, and safest spirulina on earth. Earthrise® farm was the first spirulina farm in North America, established in 1976, and today is the largest spirulina farm in the world. With over 40 years of experience and a 108-acre site, Earthrise® has continued to produce high quality and safe spirulina for consumers around the world.
CeleBeaute Spirulina is Non-GMO, 100% Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Irradiated, Pesticide & Herbicide Free & Kosher Certified. It tastes delicious in comparison to some of the cheaper spirulinas produced in China and India.
To learn more about Earthrise®, please visit http://earthrise.com/

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Benefits of Spirulina

  1. Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory

Spirulina contains phytonutrients that have strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities. These antioxidants support cellular health by protecting cells from the damaging effects of reactive oxygen radicals. (Gemma et al., 2002; Belay, 2002, Gershwin & Belay 2007)
  1. Brain Health

Spirulina may prevent the loss of memory by lessening Aβ protein accumulation, reducing oxidative damage and mainly augmenting the catalase activity. (1) In contrast to simple antioxidants, which can only neutralize single free radicals before becoming inactive, catalase and glutathione peroxidase can continue neutralizing free radicals for as long as they are provided with the proper vitamins and minerals.(2)  This makes these enzymes much more powerful than individual antioxidants. (3)
  1. Cardiovascular Health

Scientific evidence shows that Spirulina supports a healthy cardiovascular system, and protects from oxidative stress.
  1. Cellular Health

Free radicals can cause damage to parts of cells such as proteins, DNA, and cell membranes by stealing their electrons through a process called oxidation. Antioxidants in spirulina such as Phycocyanin can help fight free radicals in the body.
  1. Eye Health

Spirulina contains 15x more Vitamin A (Beta-carotene) than carrots Vitamin A nourishes the cornea and helps produce moisture for your eyes Spirulina contains nutrients such as Essential Amino Acids, & Zinc which may help ward off age-related vision problems such as macular degeneration & cataracts. Vitamin A deficiency is the leading cause of preventable blindness in children worldwide. (11)
  1. Immune Support

Several animal and human studies have shown that spirulina supports immune function. In particular, Spirulina has been shown to promotes innate (inborn) immunity, the body’s first line of defense. In this regard it promotes macrophage function, T-cell proliferation and Natural Killer Cell activity. It is also important in the regulation of antibody production (acquired immunity). (Mao et al., 2005; Hirahashi et al., 2002; Belay, 2002, Gershwin & Belay, 2007)

SOURCE REFERENCE

Belay, A. 1997. Mass culture of Spirulina (Arthrospira) outdoors – The Earthrise Farms Experience. In: Vonshak, A. (ed.) Spirulina platensis (Arthrospira): Physiology, Cell-Biology and Biotechnology. Taylor and Francis. pp. 131-158.

Belay, A. 2002. The potential application of Spirulina (Arthrospira) as a nutritional and therapeutic supplement in health management. Journal of the American Nutraceutical Association. 5: 27-48.

Cohen Z. & A. Vonshak. 1991. Fatty acid composition of Spirulina and Spirulina-like cyanobacteria in relation to their chemotaxonomy. Phytochem. 30: 205-206.

Cohen Z., M.C. Margheri & l. Tomaselli. 1995. Chemotaxonomy of cyanobacteria. Phtochem. 40: 1155-1158.

Gershwin, M.E. & Belay, A. (eds.) Spirulina in Human Nutrition and Health. CRC Press, 312pp.

Hirahashi T, M. Matsumoto, K. Hazeki, Y. Saeki, M. Ui, T. Seya. 2002. Activation of the human innate immune system by Spirulina: augmentation of interferon production and NK cytotoxicity by oral administration of hot water extract of Spirulina platensis. Int Immunopharmacol. 2(4):423-34.

Gemma, C., M.H. Mesches, B. Sepesi, K. Choo, D.B. Holmes & P.C. Bickford. 2002. Diets enriched in foods with high antioxidant activity reverse age-induced decreases in cerebellar beta-adrenergic function and increases in proinflammatory cytokines. J Neurosci.15;22(14):6114-20.

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Mao T.K,, J, Van de Water & M.E.Gershwin 2005. Effects of a Spirulina-based dietary supplement on cytokine production from allergic rhinitis patients. J Med Food. 8(1):27-30.

Tomaselli, L. 1997. Morphology, ultrastructure and taxonomy of Arthrospira (Spirulina) maxima and Arthrospira (Spirulina) platensis. In: Vonshak, A. (ed.) Spirulina platensis (Arthrospira): Physiology, Cell-Biology and Biotechnology. Taylor and Francis. Pp. 1-15.

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