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SPIRULINA Survival Food for a New Era
Who needs Spirulina? We all do! Why? Because of infertile soils we can hardly get any energy from our food. The blue-green microalga is concentrated solar power because it contains all the colors of the spectrum and thus all frequencies of light, just like the water of Lourdes.
M. E. Meyer was able to make the Blue-green Miracle known in German-speaking Europe and Russia through her same-named Spirulina bestseller and an appearance on Prime TV. Since then more and more people supplement their diets with the beneficial protein food. And more and more dentists use it for discharging amalgam and other poisons.
Around the globe sensational studies and reports prove: With Spirulina we can strengthen our immune system as well as stand up to pain, depression, diabetes, MS, cataracts, allergies, anemia, arthritis, liver fibrosis, Parkinson's disease, and even AIDS, cancer, and radium rays. We need the Green Gold now more than ever because it strengthens the heart, makes you fit and slim, provides for healthy eyes, skin and hair and deacidifies and regenerates all organs. Particularly benefiting from Spirulina are the sick, convalescent, heavy workers, athletes, stressed mothers, hyperactive children, the elderly, busy managers and our pets.
In the lovingly illustrated book with delicious recipes, the doctor of nutritionist has covered each chapter in note form and highlighted important parts. So cross-readers can attain a compact knowledge of the #1 superfood (AARP) in 30 minutes.
Marianne E. Meyer
Marianne Erika Meyer studied pedagogy in Frankfurt when she got to know and love her husband when buying a car. In the mid-1980s they moved to California for ten years. There, the author studied nutritional science. Her doctoral thesis on immune defense and Spirulina she published in her bestseller Spirulina, das blaugrüne Wunder. She lived alternately in southern Hesse, Morocco and in a farmhouse in Portugal working at times with behavioral adolescents. Now next to writing Marianne cares for wild cats and dogs. The sudden transition of her beloved husband into the spiritual world and his after-death communication directed her focus to spirituality.