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Spirulina (scientific name is Spirulina platensis) is a green filamentous algae that can only be seen as filaments formed by many single cells formed under a microscope. The latest research shows that they are not Spirulina but Arthrospira. The current scientific name of this species is Arthrospira platensis, of the Oscilatoriales family, Cyanobacteria. Spirulina has been studied for many years. They have superior properties and high nutritional value. Scientists around the world have considered Spirulina as a useful creature for humans. This algae was discovered by Dr. Clement, a Frenchman in the 1960s, when he went to Lake Chad in Central Africa. The scientist was astounded when the land was barren and famished all year round but the Aboriginal people were very robust and strong. When Clement learned about their food, she discovered that during the hunting season, they only used a green cake that was the material they picked up from the lake. Through analysis, she discovered that this type of cake called Dihe is Spirulina.

The World Health Organization (WHO / OMS) recognizes Spirulina as the best human health food in the 21st century. The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recognizes it as One of the best sources of protein.