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CLEAN UP YOUR NUTRITION

FRESH SPIRULINA FOR ENDURANCE


BIOAVAILABILITY OF FRESH SPIRULINA IS KEY


For athletes, the bioavailability of vitamin B12 and iron in SimpliiGood is key! Both iron and B12 are necessary when it comes to the production of red blood cells, and many athletes (especially vegans because these elements are found in animal produce) struggle to get enough of either nutrient. When B12 levels drop, your endurance suffers and you feel weak and fatigued. While you may have heard that spinach provides athletes with a great source of iron, SimpliiGood's Spirulina actually boasts 

3x more iron than spinach - ideal for athletes needing an iron boost.



PACKED FRESH & SHIPPED FROZEN


Taking SimpliiGood's Spirulina is a 27-calorie way to ensure that your nutrition as an athlete is balanced and nutrient-dense. It’s packaged fresh and shipped frozen, and thanks to the raw, fresh processing, it’s taste-free and odourless when well mixed in you pre or post-workout shakes. But more importantly, our fresh spirulina provides 150% higher nutritional value than dried spirulina, and has an absorption rate of 95%.



CLEAN POST-WORKOUT RECOVERY 


A serving of fresh SimpliiGood in your regular post-workout beverage of choice gives you the amino acids needed for optimal recovery and antioxidants to help reduce the inflammatory response caused by exercise. 


Adding SimpliiGood means more iron and B12 along with a higher fibre and lower saturated fat intake too! That leads to a happier microbiome and a more appropriately regulated bathroom schedule—key for athletes who find themselves dealing with gut issues. (A study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology shows 71% of runners and 65% of cyclists report suffering from GI problems.)

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