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Natural & Medical Sciences Research Center
University of Nizwa, Sultanate of Oman: Spirulina:
Food of the Future
The genus Spirulina belongs to photosynthetic bacteria that cover
the groups Cyanobacteria and Prochlorophyta.Spirulina is a blue-
green, free-floating, filamentous cyanobacteria (micro-algae)
characterized by cylindrical, multicellular trichomes in an open left-
handed helix.S. platensis occurs in Africa, Asia, and South America,
whereas S. maxima is confined to Central America.
Spirulina is a blue-green micro-algae, this super food dates back
over 3 billion years and is the most well-known of these algae. A
potent nutrient-dense whole food, spirulina is over 60%-70%
protein, and is a complete protein, supplying all eight essential
amino acids. It is low in fat, but does contain vital essential fatty
acids, including very high amounts of Gamma Linolenic Acid
(GLA).GLA is a hormone precursor, and is found conducive to
healthy heart functioning and circulation. It also has anti-
inflammatory properties, which are beneficial for skin and hair. It
has been hailed as the “food of the future”, besides being considered
as an ideal food for astronauts by NASA. Spirulina was consumed
by the ancient Aztecs but became popular again when NASA
proposed that it could be grown in space for use by astronauts.
Spirulina may be the single most nutritious food on the planet.The
quality of the protein in spirulina is considered excellent-comparable
to eggs. It gives all the essential amino acids that you need.
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Cultivation: They occur naturally in tropical and subtropical lakes
with high pH and high concentrations
of carbonate and bicarbonate. Most cultivated spirulina is produced
in open-channel raceway ponds,with paddle wheels used to agitate
the water. Spirulina thrives at a pH around 8.5 and above, which will
get more alkaline, and a temperature around 30°C (86°F). They
are autotrophic, meaning that they are able to make their own food,
and do not need a living energy or organic carbon source.
Basically, Spirulina consists of 55-70% protein and 5-6% lipid.
Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) constitute 1.5-2% of the total
lipid content of this alga. In fact, Spirulina spp. is rich in-linolenic
acid (36% of the total PUFAs), vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B6, B9, B12,
vitamin C, D and E), minerals (K, Ca, Cr, Cu, Fe, Mg, Mn, P, Se, Na
and Zn), pigments (chlorophyll a, xanthophyll, β-carotene,
echinenone, myxoxanthophyll, zeaxanthin, canthaxanthin,
diatoxanthin, 3-hydroxyechinenone, β-cryptoxanthin, oscillaxanthin,
phycobiliproteins, C-phycocyanin, and allophycocyanin) and
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Composition of Spirulina
Protein and Amino Acids
The highest protein content of any natural food
Recycle of Medium
A Schematic Diagram of Production System of Spirulina
Potential Applications of Spirulina:
Fluorescent Markers/ Restriction
Spirulina: The Green Factory
Potential Applications of Spirulina:
1.Human Health: (i) Poly-unsaturated fatty acid such as gamma-
linoleic acid (GLA) is a group of essential fatty acids particularly
favorable for its application in nutraceutical and pharmaceutical
industries. GLA plays significant roles in improving human body
functions including cancer, diabetes, heart disease, arthritis,
Alzheimer's disease, etc.(ii)Anticancer & Anti-viral activities:
Consistently high levels of Phycocyanin (ranging between 15-18%)
give Spirulina its unique blue color. Phycocyanin is widely known as a
blood builder and also shows potent anti-viral activity and anti-cancer
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GLA is a hormone precursor, and is found conducive to anti-
inflammatory properties, which are beneficial for skin and hair.
2. Use as Feed and Feed Additives:
(i) Use of Spirulina in Poultry: Afew studies on the use of Spirulina
as a very effective agent in inducing preferred yolk color have been
(ii) Use of Spirulina in Aquaculture: Spirulina formulated feed
increases the growth rate of many species. It improves the palatability
of the feed.It was also reported that fish fed with Spirulina have less
(iii) Use in Crustaceans: A specific application of Spirulina, mainly
as a colorant pigmentation agent in the diet of the black tiger prawn
 Busson, F. (1971) Spirulina platensis (Gom.) Geitler et Spirulina geitleri J.de
Toni, Cyanophycées Alimentaires, Service de Santé, Marseille.
 Mahasin, G.T., Robert, D.M. (1988) Characterization of Spirulino Biomass for
CELSS Diet Potential NASA Contractor NCC 2-501.
 Belay, A. (2002) The potential application of Spirulina (Arthrospira) as a
nutritional and therapeutic supplement in health management. J. Am. Nutraceut.
Assoc., 5, 27-48.
 Kato, T., Takemoto, K., Katayama, H. and Kuwabara, Y. (1984) Effects of
Spirulina (Spirulina platensis) on dietary hypercholesterolemia in rats, J. Jap. Soc.
Nutr. Food Sci., 37, 323.
 Hayashi, O., Katoh, T. and Okuwaki, Y. (1994) Enhancement of antibody
production in mice by dietary Spirulina platensis, J. Nutr. Sci. Vitaminol., 40,
 Saxena, P.N., Ahmad, M.R., Shyam, R., Srivastava, H.K., Doval, P. and Sinha,
D. (1982) Effect of feeding sewage-grown Spirulina on yolk pigmentation of
White Leghorn eggs, Avion Research, 66, 41.
 Kato, T. (1989) Cherry salmon fed Spirulina, Dainippon Ink and Chemicals,
Inc., July, 1989, Tokyo, Japan, unpublished paper
 Liao, W.L., Nur-e-Borhan, S.A., Okada, S., Matsui, T. and Yamaguchi, K.
(1993) Pigmentation of cultured Black Tiger Prawn by feeding with a Spirulina-
supplemented diet, Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 59, 165.
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Dr. Sally Warren, Board Certified Traditional Naturopath:
Protein; a lot or a little?
Protein is always in the food news. Recently, however, it is promoted
with packaged foods such as pancakes, cookies, shakes, snacks, bars,
drinks - even water - proclaim their mega portions of protein! We are
so obsessed with this nutrient, but can the body actually use these
higher amounts? People believe that greater protein intake makes for
leaner, more muscled bodies without having to do much more than
consume it. The truth is that the body can only use a certain amount
of protein, depending upon physical activity and body type. One can
only actually absorb what the body needs. The rest is stored as fat.If
too much protein is consumed, it can promote health risks.
To really understand protein, one needs to know how the body breaks
it down. It is harder to digest than other food groups.
After swallowing, your stomach acid begins the breakdown process
by literally “unfolding” the molecules. This prepares the protein for
digestion by enzymes, such as pepsin, to make smaller pieces of
protein, called peptides, which are amino acids joined in short
chains.Amino acids are then used throughout the body, not just in
muscles but also in enzymes, hormones, cell structures, transportation
of molecules, and storage of nutrients in the body. The body sends
protein where it is needed for survival, not just for bigger biceps or
six-pack abs. And since it takes a lot longer to digest protein than
carbohydrates, it can be helpful when people want to feel full longer.
When a person eats more protein than is required, it has to be
processed, and the nitrogen formed is passed through the kidneys.
Excreting all the extra nitrogen is a lot of extra strain for the kidneys
and may cause weight gain.
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High levels of nitrogen are dehydrating and toxic, and therefore
hard on the organs, and may cause kidney stones. So, extra
protein may be not only pointless, but also damaging.
The popular ketogenic diet assists in weight loss by forcing the
body to burn stored fat and not sugar. This is best done by
eating more fatty foods than by eating more protein. The low
carb, high protein style of dieting can shock the body, and
studies have shown that ketosis cannot be maintained. Over
90% of subjects in the study, who ate high quantities of protein,
eventually gained the weight back. These high protein diets can
be stressful on the kidneys, so short term dieting using this
method is advised. Or better still, focus on good fat and
moderate protein, high plant-based meals..
In a study by the University of Texas, it was found that the
amount of 30 grams of protein (about a 3-oz serving of chicken)
could boost muscle building activity by 50%. However, even if
there were more protein in a meal, it went through the same
process and the achievement was the same. More did not lead
to greater muscle building. Real protein comes in many forms,
not just from steak, a bar or a shake! Dairy has protein,
although it should be used with caution, due to the lactose
content and the propensity for allergies. Make sure it is organic,
full fat, and from grass fed sources so it is not laden with
artificial hormones, pesticides, and stripped of digestive
enzymes, which can cause inflammation. It is best to eat
fermented dairy, such as yogurt or kefir. Eggs are another
complete protein, containing all nine of the essential amino
acids we need from food.
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Other good sources of protein are beans, lentils, nuts, soy
(fermented is best), fish and seafood, nut butters, seeds such as
chia, sunflower, pumpkin, and quinoa, peas, hemp, even algae
such as spirulina.
Much of the protein shakes have either whey protein or pea,
since it is easier to assimilate and absorb.
Casein - the most abundant protein in milk - and soy are two
versions of protein that have issues. Casein can be an allergen
for some, is damaged in processing, and cannot easily be
absorbed, making these hard on the digestion. It is also found in
milk solids used to fortify foods with protein. Soy has a strong
estrogen stimulant, which can play havoc with women’s
hormones and cause men to become effeminate and grow
breasts. Harvard School of Public Health did studies into soy
protein and among other issues, found it cause cognitive
function decline. Plus, most soy comes from GMO products
that are sprayed heavily with pesticides.
The amount absorbed depends upon a number of digestive
circumstances, such as the correct enzymes to break down and
utilize the different long chain molecules that make up proteins,
and, more importantly, the need for repair and growth.
Here’s some food for thought: some of the largest and most
muscular creatures on the planet are herbivores.
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Prof. Rosalie Stafford,
Twigs and Sprigs
In the last issue of BioNatural Healing College E-Magazine, I talked
about one delectable type of live food, bursting with flavor and life
force: grapefruit seed sprouts. This month, I will talk about “twigs and
sprigs,” live food readily available from (1) a wild bush and (2) a
domesticated shade tree, both commonly found in the American
Southwest: Creosote (Larrea tridentata) and Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus
Enzymes and the Life Force: First, however, a few comments
regarding the benefits of eating live foods, victuals bursting with life
force and which provide a diet rich in enzymes. Nutritionist Steven
Lang writes: “Enzymes are complex organic substances that originate
from living cells.By initiating chemical changes in surrounding
organic substances, they help to transform and digest them. ... Live
foods are treasure troves of living enzymes, phyto-nutrients and other
compounds that are essential to proper digestion, absorption,
elimination, immunity, and health. Unfortunately, virtually none of
these delicate entities can survive temperatures greater than 116°
Fahrenheit (most enzymes start to degrade at about 106°), so they are
generally destroyed by the heat of cooking and most commercial
processing.” The Food Enzyme Institute observes: “Enzymes are the
construction workers of the body. Protein, carbohydrates, fats,
vitamins, and minerals are simply the building materials…. Food
enzymes are a natural and important component in our food supply, yet
they are systematically removed.” Others have spoken of enzymes as
performing the role of prana or chi — what is called in the Western
tradition the life force. 9
Certainly, the Standard American Diet (SAD), consisting of
processed foods methodically stripped of life force, contributes
to endemic poor health. By destroying enzymes, food
processors render food dead. Eating live food rather than the
“dead food diet” promoted by SAD actively reverses the trend
toward obesity, malaise, and chronic disease.
In Arizona where I live, Larrea tridentate is ubiquitous:
everywhere you look, you see miles and miles of Creosote
bushes. Throughout the Mojave, Sonoran, and Chihuahuan
Deserts of western North America (covering southeastern
California, southern Nevada, southwestern Utah, Arizona, New
Mexico, Texas, and northern Mexico), Creosote is a dominant
species of this desert biome.
Creosote is tough, clinging to life in an extraordinarily harsh
environment, a land where summer temperatures commonly
hover at 120F, where not a drop of rain might fall for years on
end, and where hurricane-force sandstorms strip paint from
automobiles. Creosote clings to life so tightly that it should be
no surprise to learn that one of the oldest plants on earth is an
eleven thousand year old Creosote plant, christened King
Clone, found in California’s Creosote Rings Preserve.
Creosote is the vegetation which perfumes the desert air after
precipitation: the cherished desert-after-a-rainstorm scent so
beloved by desert-dwellers. (The refreshing smell of creosote
comes from the resinous coating of its small, fuzzy leaves.) Not
only is Creosote a dominant species in the desert Southwest,
native peoples have long lauded the plant as a “cure-all,” the
go-to herb for a wide variety of diseases and conditions, from
fever, colds, sinus infections, fungal infections. stomach pains,
and diarrhea to arthritis and cancer. Creosote is known to be
analgesic, antioxidant, and antimicrobial. Creosote contains
NDGA (nordihydroguaiaretic acid), a bio-active plant
compound which clinical studies have shown to inhibit
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Creosote is also known to be toxic in large quantities: if you ingest
creosote daily for two months, you will very likely experience liver
damage. But certainly, the same thing could be said for many
pharmaceuticals! Moderation in all things is the watchword.
I consume Creosote very judiciously: every month or so, I snip off a
glowing green sprig and slowly chew and swallow. Many people
consider Creosote entirely unpalatable (with the flavor of burning
truck tires); I prefer to consider the resinous taste bracing.In my
opinion, the opportunity to partake of freshly-plucked live food
brimming with life force trumps the admittedly unpleasant flavor.
Another leaf which has a rather unpalatable flavor (unless you are a
koala) is Eucalyptus globules, a shade tree native to Australia and now
naturalized throughout California and Arizona. Tall and graceful, the
Eucalyptus has long, leathery leaves which rustle in the breeze; when
the sun shines through the newest little leaves, they glow like thin-cut
jade and seem to me to sing out a celebration of sun and soil and the
joy of life.
Eucalyptus leaves are known to contain cyanide compounds and, if
eaten in large quantities, are toxic — again, unless you are a koala. It
happens that a number of foods, from lima beans to apple seeds
(which I consider a delicacy and treat), contain cyanide compounds;
however, when eaten in moderation, these foods present no hazard,
and, I trust, neither does Eucalyptus.
Eucalyptus appears to have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and
antioxidant effects. Bachir and Benali observe: “Eucalyptus globulus
… [presents] a folk remedy for abscess, arthritis, asthma, boils,
bronchitis, burns, cancer, diabetes, diarrhea, diphtheria, dysentery,
encephalitis, enteritis, erysipelas, fever, flu, inflammation, laryngalgia,
laryngitis, leprosy, malaria, mastitis, miasma, pharygnitis, phthisis,
rhinitis, sores, sore throat, spasms, trachalgia, worms, and wounds.”
Like Creosote, I consume Eucalyptus leaves very judiciously: every
month or so, I snip off a glowing green sprig from the very end of a
branch, and slowly chew and swallow, actively savoring the
unpleasant flavor, knowing that the gracious essence of the graceful
Eucalyptus is becoming part of my being.
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Arteaga, Silvia, Adolfo Andrade-Cetto, and Rene Cardenas. “Larrea
tridentata (Creosote bush), an abundant plant of Mexican and US-
American deserts and its metabolite nordihydroguaiaretic acid.”
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 98 (2005) 231–239.
Bachir, Raho G. and M Benali. “Antibacterial activity of the essential
oils from the leaves of Eucalyptus globulus against Escherichia coli
and Staphylococcus aureus.”Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical
Biomedicine. 2012 Sep; 2(9): 739–742. doi: 10.1016/S2221-
Christopher, John R. “Chaparral or Creosote Bush or Greaswood
(Larrea tridentata; L. divaricata; Zygophyllaceae).” The Complete
Writings of Dr. John R. Christopher.
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Creosote bush (Larrea tridentata).” EthnoHerbalist. 2017.
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in the Field of Pharmacognosy Relating to Natural Medicinal and
Pharmaceutical Materials and the Plants, Animals, and Minerals from
Which They Are Derived. Plexus, 1997.
Lang, Steven. “Live Foods.” Experience Life! AUG 2001
“Plant Medicine Notes-Chaparral (Larrea Tridentata)” Northeast
School of Botanical Medicine.28Dec 2013. http://7song.com/plant-
Qabaha, Khaled, Sari Abu Ras, Jehad Abbadi, and Fuad Al-Rimawi.
“Anti-Inflammatory Activity of Eucalyptus Spp. and Pistascia
Lentiscus Leaf Extracts.” African Journal of Traditionl,
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6. Published online 2016 Aug 12. doi: 10.21010/ajtcam.v13i5.1
Rodrigue, Frank. “Creosote Rings Preserve, Lucerne Va l l e y / Johnson
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Dr. Nadir Sidiqi Ph.D., an invited speaker at the International
Conference held at Sultan Qaboos University Muscat, Oman
on “Phytochemicals: Natural Alternative in Prevention of
Inflammation” (October 30-November 1 2018)
The human body has an amazing ability with respect to
inflammation that reacts in certain conditions to protect itself from
harmful stimuli, including irritants, damaged cells or pathogens. In
certain situation humans face unexpected health problems, due to
fever, cold and congestion, body pains, infections, digestive
symptoms, heart disease, shortness of breath, allergies, arteritis,
mode disorders, headaches and much more are linked directly or
indirectly to the inflammation.
It is important to understand and distinguish between inflammation
and infection. Inflammation whereas occurs when the human body
fights to remove those invaders. While infection occurs when
bacteria, fungi, virus or plasmodium invade the body. However,
there are certain foods, herbs, supplements, that humans eats along
with lifestyle play an important role in the prevention of
inflammation, while, other certain foods that consumers will initiate
the development of inflammatory diseases. The author Sunil Pai MD
“An Inflammation Nation (2016)” described in his book that
inflammation is a fundamental pathologic process. It consists of a
dynamic complex of cellular changes that are visible only under a
microscope. These changes include cellular infiltration and mediator
release, which occurs in the affected blood vessels and adjacent
tissues in response to an injury or abnormal stimulation caused by a
physical, chemical or biological agent. These clots are responsible
for the majority of heart attacks and most strokes.
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Inflammation and environmental factors: Adverse environmental
factors such as toxins from the food, pollutant chemicals (pesticides,
synthetic materials) from the air and water are significantly important
in the development of inflammatory diseases. For example, a
headache is one of the common types of inflammation, which is
temporary. Inflammation and their root causes: As pointed out by
Melanie Finley, in his book, “Fighting Inflammatory Disease:
Inflammation Explained + Anti-Inflammatory Recipes (2017)”.
•Low level of glutathione (the peptide that contains amino acids
and plays an important role in the oxido-reduction reaction)
•Low levels of vitamin D and antioxidant substances
•A high level of malondialdehyde (a marker of oxidative stress that
is formed when fats are oxidized)
•Increased levels of oxidized glutathione
•High levels of fructosamine (are compounds that result from
glycation reactions between a sugar and a primary amine)
•High levels of homocysteine (is a non-proteinogenic α-amino
•High level of peroxidation (is the oxidative degradation of lipids)
•Isoprostane (makers of oxidative stress that are formed when fats
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Natural Alternative Anti-
inflammatory: Phytochemicals of various
plants as anatural alternative in the
prevention of chronic diseases particularly
in the prevention of inflammation.For
example, pomegranate (Punica granatum
L), frankincense (Boswellia sacra)
And turmeric (Curcuma aromatica, C.
domestica, C. longa). However,let us focus
briefly in turmeric constituents include
three curcuminoids (curcumin,
bisdemethoxycurcumin).Over 7000 studies
have shown that curcumin has astrong
anti-oxidation and anti-inflammatory
activities based on the molecular basis of
curcumin’s attributed antioxidant, anti-
inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-apoptosis,
anti-cancer, and other related activities.
Curcumin has been used as aremedy for
the prevention and treatment of many
organ and tissue disorders, most of which
are associated with inflammation and
oxidative stress.Curcumin alleviates
oxidative stress, inflammation in chronic
diseases and regulates inflammatory and
pro-inflammatory pathways related to most
chronic diseases.Many factors involved in
the management and prevention of
inflammation as mentioned earlier need to
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Finley Melanie, Fighting Inflammatory Disease: Inflammation Explained + Anti-Inflammatory Recipes
Finley Melanie, Fighting Inflammatory Disease: Inflammation Explained + Anti-Inflammatory Recipes
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McCann, M.J.; Johnston, S.; Reilly, K.; Men, X.; Burgess, E.J.; Perry, N.B.; Roy, N.C. The Effect of
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and Interleukin-10 (IL-10) Variants Associated with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Nutrients 2014, 6,
Innovation, Educational Announcement (Conference,
Dr. Nadir Sidiqi on behalf of BioNatural Healing College
Participated as an exhibitor at the California Academy of
Nutrition and Dietetic Annual Conference April 11-13, 2019
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