Vegetarian Times

Vegetarian Times

Earthrise Company has pioneered microalgae as a world food source since 1975
. After a prototype spirulina farm was tested, Earthrise Farms was built in the
remote California desert in 1982. It uses ecological growing methods and has ...

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To do what no other magazine does: Deliver simple, delicious food, plus expert health and lifestyle information, that's exclusively vegetarian but wrapped in a fresh, stylish mainstream package that's inviting to all. Because while vegetarians are a great, vital, passionate niche, their healthy way of eating and the earth-friendly values it inspires appeals to an increasingly large group of Americans. VT's goal: To embrace both.
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Spirulina Food for a Hungry World

Spirulina  Food for a Hungry World

microorganisms as foodstuff during the Second World War , but they had more of
an interest in the production of fats and oils from the microorganisms , and this
tended to dissipate the research effort . Germany began the production of fats
and ...

Author: Hiroshi Nakamura

Publisher: University of Trees Press

ISBN: UVA:X000625821

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 215

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Categories: Technology & Engineering

Vegetables and their Allied as Protective Food

Vegetables and their Allied as Protective Food

It contains the most powerful combination of nutrients ever known in any grain,
herb, or food. Since its rediscovery in the 1960's, scientists around the world have
extensively tested spirulina. Spirulina is single celled blue-green algae and is ...

Author: M.K. Rana

Publisher: Scientific Publishers

ISBN: 9789386237569

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 608

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The objective of preparing this book is to make the populace aware about health benefits of fruits and vegetables. This book containing very concise and precise information has been written in a very simple language, which can be explicable even to undergraduate students and common man. The information given in this book is truly based on scientific records of scientists working on particular aspects.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Food Additive

Food Additive

Mass culture of Spirulina outdoors: the Earthrise Farms experience. in Vonshak,
A. (ed.) ... Spirulina: World Food, How this micro algae can transform your health
and our planet, Published by Ronore Enterprises, Inc.PO Box 909, Hana, Maui, ...

Author: Yehia El-Samragy

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9789535100676

Category: Science

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A food additive is defined as a substance not normally consumed as a food in itself and not normally used as a characteristic ingredient of food whether or not it has nutritive value. Food additives are natural or manufactured substances, which are added to food to restore colors lost during processing. They provide sweetness, prevent deterioration during storage and guard against food poisoning (preservatives). This book provides a review of traditional and non-traditional food preservation approaches and ingredients used as food additives. It also provides detailed knowledge for the evaluation of the agro-industrial wastes based on their great potential for the production of industrially relevant food additives. Furthermore the assessment of potential reproductive and developmental toxicity perspectives of some newly synthesized food additives on market has been covered. Finally, the identification of the areas relevant for future research has been pointed out indicating that there is more and more information needed to explore the possibility of the implementation of some other materials to be used as food additives.
Categories: Science

Spirulina in Human Nutrition and Health

Spirulina in Human Nutrition and Health

Astonishingly rich in nutrients, Spirulina is one of the most popular and well researched functional foods in the multi-billion dollar global food supplement market.

Author: M. E. Gershwin

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1420052578

Category: Medical

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Astonishingly rich in nutrients, Spirulina is one of the most popular and well researched functional foods in the multi-billion dollar global food supplement market. This ancient species provides readily bioavailable protein along with carotenoids, essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals and has therapeutic applications in non-communicable disease such as diabetes milletus, hyperlipidemia, oxidative stress-induced diseases, inflammations, allergies, and even cancer. Growing scientific and market interests demand a high-quality, comprehensive, peer-reviewed volume on all aspects of this tiny aquatic plant. Drawing from the editors' expertise in nutrition and immunology as well as a prestigious panel of premier international researchers, Spirulina in Human Nutrition and Health provides the first complete compilation of the wealth of experimental data in a single accessible resource. Beginning with an introduction to the history and features of the plant itself, the book goes into great detail regarding its cultivation, handling, storage, and packaging, as well as applicable regulatory acts and organizations. It supplies explanations and reviews of studies involving Spirulina's use as a therapeutic food product and discusses its anti-oxidant profile and antioxidative and hepatoprotective properties. The book considers peer-reviewed studies on spirulina's effects on immunity, NK activation, and antibody production and highlights its role as an antibacterial and antiviral agent. The final chapters look at neurobiology and spirulina's effect on aging as well as potential interactions with pharmaceuticals or other bioavailable compounds. Extensively detailed and heavily referenced, Spirulina in Human Nutrition and Health is the definitive work on this highly nutritious food source.
Categories: Medical

Spirulina Micro Food Macro Blessings

Spirulina Micro Food Macro Blessings

The Myans of Central America were the first to cultivate Spirulina in a network of
waterways. The water containing the ... Larry Switzer, founder and original owner
of this plant is also author of the book, Earth Food Spirulina. The second ...

Author: Harald Tietze

Publisher: Harald Tietze Publishing P/

ISBN: 9781876173166

Category: Algae as food

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Spirulina

Spirulina

Now, fortunately we have an effective answer to this: Spirulina, the most powerful food in the world. Spirulina is, in fact, a spiral-shaped blue-green microalga that is native to the alkaline lakes of Africa and Mexico.

Author: B. V. Umesh

Publisher: Unicorn Books Pvt Ltd

ISBN: 817806040X

Category: Cooking (Spirulina)

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Do you often feel run down, or fatigued? In fact, malnutrition can lead to a host of ailments, and despite our best efforts, it becomes difficult to meet all our nutritional requirements from everyday food sources. Now, fortunately we have an effective answer to this: Spirulina, the most powerful food in the world. Spirulina is, in fact, a spiral-shaped blue-green microalga that is native to the alkaline lakes of Africa and Mexico. Today it is a generic name used for the phenomenal food with unmatched nutritional benefits. This booklet outlines the preventive, therapeutic and restorative properties of this amazing food. the richest source of protein, it also contains very high amounts of beta-carotene, B Vitamins and minerals. All these make Spirulina the best and extremely digestible, high-energy, low-calorie, low-fat natural super food.
Categories: Cooking (Spirulina)

Spirulina Platensis in Poultry Nutrition

Spirulina Platensis in Poultry Nutrition

Spirulina World Food: How this micro algae can transform your health and our
planet. Ronore Enterprises, Incorporated, Hana, Maui, Hawaii Horton, J. D., Y.
BashmaNov, I. Shimomura, and H. Shimano. 1998. Regulation of sterol
regulatory ...

Author: Hosna Hajati

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781527524231

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Today, due to the high population of human beings, scientists are increasingly concerned with food shortages and searching for alternative sources of dietary protein, such as algae, insects, and worms. Spirulina represents a superior alternative source, as it has a high nutrient content without toxicity, and can be reared in many countries worldwide. Given the limited amount of studies on the advantages and disadvantages of using Spirulina in birds’ diets, this book fills an important research gap. It highlights the nutritional aspects of using Spirulina in poultry diets, and will appeal to animal husbandry and veterinary students, professors, feed formulators, poultry production consultants and farmers.
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Spirulina Algae of Life

Spirulina  Algae of Life

From another part of the world , in Vietnam , the Center of Child Nutrition of Ho
Chi Minh City has compiled supplementary food formulas containing Spirulina at
5 % total weight , and conducted nutrition trials in two orphanages of the city on
50 ...

Author: François Doumenge

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ISBN: UOM:39015032972401

Category: Algae as food

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Spirulina

Spirulina

BARR , T.N. , ( 1981 ) The World Food Situation and Global Grain Prospects ,
Science , 214 , 1087 . BAXTER , K. , & FOWDON , L. Eds . ( 1982 ) Food Chains
and Human Nutrition , Applied Science , London . BEASLEY S. ( 1981 ) Spirulina
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Author: Ripley D. Fox

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924073146684

Category: Algae culture

Page: 232

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Categories: Algae culture

Aquaculture Magazine

Aquaculture Magazine

Earthrise Farms , umque in the United States , is now producing up to one ton per
day of the new microalgae food : spirulina . This microscopic plankton when dried
into a dark blue - green powder is of percent protein ; in this regard , no other ...

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Herbal Medicine

Herbal Medicine

Effects of Spirulina on the serum blood glucose and lipid profile in diabetic rats .
Proc . ... World Rev . Nutr . Diet . 77 : 32 - 46 . Doshi , F . ( 1996 ) . Spirulina :
Nature ' s miraculous blessing for healthy living . ... Earth food Spirulina Pub .
Ronore ...

Author: Pravin Chandra Trivedi

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105129051699

Category: Herbs

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In Spite Of Increasing Urbanisation, A Large Proportion Of The Indian Population Has Retained Its Reliance Upon The Traditional Approach To Healthcare And Continues To Consult Traditional Medicinal Practitioners (Tmps) For Medical Treatment. India Is Sitting On A Gold Mine Of Well-Recorded And Well-Practised Knowledge Of Traditional Herbal Medicine. Amongst The Ancient Civilisations, India Has Been Known To Be A Rich Repository Of Medicinal Plants. The Rig Veda, Yajur Veda And Atharva Veda And Later On, The Charaka Samhita And The Sushruta Samhita Described The Properties And Uses Of Plants In Compounding Of Drugs And These Are Still Used In Classical Formulations. The Present Book Herbal Medicine: Traditional Practices Contains 17 Articles On Different Aspects Of The Subject. The Book Incorporates Articles On Traditional Phytotherapy For Jaundice; Medicinal Plants Used Against Gynaecological Morbidity; Indigenous Knowledge For Curing And Preventing Paediatric Diseases; Herbal Traditional Medicine For Sensory Organ Diseases And Other Ethnomedicinal Plants Used By Tribals Of India. Articles On Recent Approaches In The Development And Standardisation Of Formulations Of Herbal Drugs And The Role Of Biotechnology In Their Upgradation Provide Excellent Information On The Topic. The Book Also Covers Topics On Conservation Of Medicinal Plants In India, Strategy For Development Of Medicinal And Aromatic Plants And Application Of Industrial Wastes For Growth Of Medicinal And Aromatic Plants. Articles On Traditional Knowledge System About Veterinary Health Care Provide Information On Plants Used For Curing Animal Diseases. In Addition, General Articles Namely Soma Plants; Botanical Enigma And Hypoglycaemic Impact Of Spirulina Algae Have Added To The Value Of The Book. The Present Book Provides Excellent Glimpses Of The Rich Herbal Medicine And Traditional Knowledge Heritage Of India. The Present Book Will Serve Not Only As An Excellent Reference Material But Also As A Practical Guide For Herbal Healers, Vaidyas, Hakims, Research Workers And Students In The Field Of Medicinal Plants.
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International Food Marketing Technology

International Food Marketing   Technology

Spirulina : Perhaps , the Best Food on Earth ! by Rico R. Magda A promising blue
- green alga known which could be increased to 124 lb like protein ,
carbohydrates , fat , as Spirulina is now receiving world with long summer day -
length ...

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Spirulina the Whole Food Revolution

Spirulina  the Whole Food Revolution

But most important , Spirulina is a phenomenal new food . Spirulina consists of
60–70 ... When the world catches up with Spirulina aquaculture , the effects of
large - scale production will occur quickly and have a worldwide impact .
Spirulina ...

Author: Larry Switzer

Publisher: Bantam Books

ISBN: UCSC:32106009317329

Category: Algae as food

Page: 134

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Algae Microfarms

Algae Microfarms

Algae microfarms can empower people to grow healthy food in their own community for food security and self-sufficiency.Robert Henrikson founded one of the world's first and largest algae farms 35 years ago.

Author: Robert Henrikson

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ISBN: 148396826X

Category: Algae

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How algae microfarms can help transform our food culture by growing abundant healthy food in a very small area and extend the growing season, affordably and profitably. Algae are 20 times more productive than conventional food and are well known as nutrient dense superfoods with valuable health and medical benefits. Over the past 30 years, large farms have grown algae for food, feed and fuel for thousands of useful products. Now an era of microfarms is emerging. Algae microfarms can empower people to grow healthy food in their own community for food security and self-sufficiency. Robert Henrikson founded one of the world's first and largest algae farms 35 years ago. Now the time has come to introduce the algae microfarmers who are growing algae for healthy foods in their local communities.
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The Secrets of Spirulina

The Secrets of Spirulina

The task of feeding the world is totally beyond them , yet they cannot stop their
rationalizing and tune into the vast potential of the world's future food . Enough
Spirulina can be grown in the right conditions to feed the entire planet . What is
more ...

Author: Christopher B. Hills

Publisher: Nicholson

ISBN: UCLA:L0053090890

Category: Spirulina

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India Today

India Today

After all , who's got the time to regularly put together all the different foods our
bodies need in a day ? ... Try a food almost as old as the Earth TE pac teri MON
NASA found 1kg . of Spirulina nutritionally equal to 1000kgs . of assorted
vegetables ...

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Runner s World

Runner s World

Of course , Spirulina is not a perfect food - there's no such thing . There is only the
sensible combination of wholesome foods in a balanced diet , appropriate for
each person's age , lifestyle and biochemistry . Increasing nutritional awareness
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Category: Running

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Jumpstart

Jumpstart

During the aftermath of the disaster, a dose of 5 grams of spirulina for fortyfive
days successfully fought radiation poisoning.3 By now you may not be surprised
to learn that spirulina is the world's highest betacarotene food—ten times more ...

Author: David Herzog

Publisher: Charisma Media

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Category: Religion

Page: 240

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Offers practical and natural solutions to health needs by emphasizing the connection between mind, body, and spirit.
Categories: Religion

The World Food Book

The World Food Book

Beers and wines may also contain some vitamins and minerals , but these are
absent in spirits . as easily digested as Spirulina and its protein content is also
lower . The future for widespread commercial production of algae is uncertain ,
but ...

Author: David Crabbe

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ISBN: UOM:39015002650953

Category: Food

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Categories: Food