Clinical Nutritionist, Gini Warner, Advocates for more Spirulina in Your Diet
Gini Warner is a Clinical Nutritionist that has been in practice for more than 20 years. Her passion is creating individually designed programs that work with your body to get results.
This isn’t about dieting. It’s about learning how to eat in a way that works for your unique system and helps you get the outcome you want. Gini has helped hundreds of people transform their health, lose weight, and look and feel better than they have in years. She currently using Spirulina in her diet.
What is Spirulina and what is good for?
Spirulina is a natural algae that is high in protein and a good source of antioxidants, B-vitamins and other nutrients. Spirulina has 60 to 70 percent protein. It is a plant-based complete protein that has all of the essential amino acids you need in your diet. This is especially beneficial for vegans and vegetarians that may not get enough iron or protein in their diet. It is also a good source of calcium, iron, magnesium and vitamins A, E, and K. According to USDA a single tablespoon (7 gram) of powder Spirulina contains: 4 grams of protein, 11% vitamin B1,15% of vitamin B2, 4% vitamin B3, 21% of copper of the RDA. Also, it has only 20 Calories and 1.7 grams of carbohydrates.
Spirulina will help to boost immunity, fight allergies, give you energy and reduce fatigue which make this blue-green algae a Superfood. Spirulina can be found in tablets and in powder form that can be added to smoothies or a cup of water. To learn more about nutritional supplements and healthy eating visit www.healthbygini.com
About Gini Warner
Gini’s ongoing relationship with her clients is a serious undertaking. She is committed to providing continuous email and phone support, and being available to answer all of your questions. As your counseling relationship grows, you will see Gini not only as a trusted adviser, but as someone who genuinely cares about you and your journey to health.