Spirulina represents an important staple diet in humans and has been used as a source of protein and vitamin supplement in humans without any significant side-effects.
Spirulina causes a reduction in macrophage infiltration into visceral fat, leading to a prevention of hepatic fat accumulation, reduction in oxidative stress, improvement in insulin sensitivity and satiety.
Spirulina has beneficial effects in patients with impaired sperm motility or morphology
Spirulina has been proposed as a sustainable approach to prevent Protein Energy Malnutrition (PEM) and Protein Energy Wasting (PEW) in humans.
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