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Studies confirm that spirulina can activate macrophages, natural killer cells, and other B and T cells – all of which possess antioxidant properties. More interestingly, research shows that algae exert beneficial effects on the neurological health (1).
There also is evidence that shows how spirulina can help in the prevention of chronic diseases like diabetes, cancer, and even asthma (2).