Spirulina vs. Chlorella, Which One Should You Take?

 Seagriculture EU 2024

I​​f you are one of those people debating whether to start taking a microalgae food supplement, this video is for you. What are the benefits of spirulina vs. chlorella and how are they nutritionally different? Both spirulina and chlorella have very high protein content but differ in many ways. Both can be helpful, depending on your goals.

This video comparison of these two plant based superfood powders and supplements, courtesy of Superfood Evolution, may help you make the most informed choice based on your unique health objectives.

Disclaimer: All information in this video is for educational and general purposes only and is the personal view of the authors; not intended as medical advice, diagnosis, or prescription. This content has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to cure or prevent any disease. Always consult a medical professional to seek treatment for any health issue or medical concern.

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