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Could drying process kill spirilina?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology

In brief: Oh, it's dead

Spirulina is dead, dried algae (actually, blue-green bacteria) in a bottle.
Like all once-living things, it contains nutrients and because of the marketing, people are willing to pay good money for it. It's been around for decades and when somebody tells you it's a "superfood", just put our hand over your wallet and move on.

In brief: Oh, it's dead

Spirulina is dead, dried algae (actually, blue-green bacteria) in a bottle.
Like all once-living things, it contains nutrients and because of the marketing, people are willing to pay good money for it. It's been around for decades and when somebody tells you it's a "superfood", just put our hand over your wallet and move on.
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