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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 12




Re: Spirulina An Avoid?

Posted By: Bob L (O-)
Date: Wednesday, 13 October 1999, at 7:06 p.m.

In Response To: Spirulina An Avoid? (Sherry (A+))

The problem with algae (spirulina, blue green, chlorella and others) is that they can be contaminated with microbial toxins, fungi and more depending on growing environment, harvesting, processing and packaging procedures. While they do contain many nutrients, the cost is very high.

Some producers of blue-green algae like to say that the source of their algae (Klamath Lake) is the most pristine body of water in the continental U.S. I'm familiar with this lake, and it is not pristine, there are industrial and other sources of pollution in it.


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  • Spirulina An Avoid?
    Sherry (A+) -- Wednesday, 13 October 1999, at 2:41 p.m.
    • Re: Spirulina An Avoid?
      Bob L (O-) -- Wednesday, 13 October 1999, at 7:06 p.m.

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