Slimming using Spirulina
Spirulina is naturally rich in the amino acids phenylalanine and tyrosine. Phenylalanine
and tyrosine are used by the brain to build the neurotransmitter norepinephrine.
Norepinephrine is involved in the control of food intake. A low norepinephrine level
triggers the hypothalamus to send a hunger signal.
The hypothalamus is a gland deep in the center of the brain. It's main task is to regulate appetite.
Or: to determine when you are hungry and when you are full. The brain is constantly provided
with fresh blood. Blood sugar levels and amino acid levels in the blood affect the working of
the hypothalamus. Spirulina is the world's most digestible natural source of high quality protein
(amino acids). Spirulina maintains a constant level of amino acids and sugars in the blood and prevents
the usual effect of a low-calorie diet: hunger! You'll suffer less from fluctuations in blood glucose or
blood amino acid levels and will therefore experience less ups and downs like is the case in many