Dunaliella Salina Powder

$ 20.22

Dunaliella Salina is an organic, all natural orange food color.

You’re gonna be making awesome orange cakes and smoothie bowls with it!

It’s one of nature’s richest sources of natural beta-carotene and contains many of the carotenoids commonly found in fruit and vegetables.

  • Dunaliella Salina Powder is 100% natural and vegan
  • Contains high amounts of antioxidants & minerals
  • Extremely high quantities of beta and alpha-carotene
  • Rich in Magnesium which is essential for your cell metabolism.
  • Beautiful, natural and intense orange color
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Description

100% Natural Orange Food Dye

Our natural Dunaliella Salina Powder is perfect for delicious orange smoothies, lattes, baked goods, noodles …

It tastes like a mix of rose hip and matcha and is lushly orange, naturally!

Dunaliella salina is arguably the most nutrient dense food source known.

Dunaliella salina can contain more than twice the chlorophyll of Spirulina, 8 times the mineral content and over 6,000 times the antioxidant content.

  • Servings: 15-25 (2 tsp/serving)
  • Color: Bright Orange
  • Taste: A mix of rose hip and matcha
  • Ingredients: Dunaliella Salina Powder, Dextrose
  • Country of Origin: Germany (Dextrose) & China (Dunaliella Salina)
  • Shelf life: 2 years from production date
  • Storage Instructions: Dry, Cool & Dark Conditions
  • Dietary & Allergy Info: Gluten Free | Dairy Free | Vegan | Natural | GMO Free
  • Net Weight: 50g/1.8oz

Our delicious Dunialella Salina Powder is a perfect substitute for carrots or oranges. Simply add a 1-2 tsp of this intense orange powder to your food instead and your dessert, beverage of cafee latte will transform into beautiful orange! Best of all, it’s 100% organic and natural and grown sustainably in salt water – where else do you find an eco-friendly orange food dye that doesn not contain any harmful chemicals?

The Dunialella Salina is an orange/green algae growing in salt water. The algae’s naturla habitat are high-salt environments such as salt evaporation ponds and salt lakes. The most important components of Dunialella are Beta carotene, other carotenoids including alpha carotene, lutein, and lycopene, glycerol and protein.

At high salt concentration the Dunialella develops, in addition to photosynthesis, a second photosystem to process the sunlight. The algae with the melodious name “Dunaliella Salina” contains, among other things, the valuable carotenoids. These are a precursor to the precious vitamin A, which i.a. important for the cell and DNA generation.

Our Dunialella Salina has a perfect certificate of analysis to assure the highest quality possible. The powder is safe to consume for people all ages no matter the serving size.

Dunaliella Salina Powder – Nutritional value per bag

Dunaliella Salina Powder – Nutritional value per serving

Health Benefits and Scientific Research on Dunialella Salina
Health Benefits and Scientific Research on Dunialella Salina
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  2. Oren, A. A hundred years of Dunaliella research: 1905–2005.  2005 July 4.doi:  10.1186/1746-1448-1-
  3. Farahat N., et al. Optimization of salt concentrations for a higher carotenoid production in Dunaliella salina (Chlorophycceae). Journal of Phycology. 2011. 47 (5), 1072-1077
  4. Oren, A. A hundred years of Dunaliella research: 1905–2005.  2005 July 4. doi:  10.1186/1746-1448-1-2
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  6. Chidambara Murthy, K.N. In vivo antioxidant activity of carotenoids from Dunaliella salina–a green microalga. Life Sciences. 2005. 76 (12), 1381-1390
  7. Tsai, C.F., et al. Protective effects of Dunaliella salina – a carotenoids-rich alga – against ultraviolet B-induced corneal oxidative damage in mice. Molecular Vision. 2012. 18, 1540-1547.
  8. Xue, LX. Experimental study on extract of Dunaliella salina in preventing NSAR-induced cancer of proventriculus in mice. Zhonghua Yu Fang Yi Xue Za Zhi. 1993. 27 (6), 350-353.
  9. Amar, E.C., et al. Enhancement of innate immunity in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss Walbaum) associated with dietary intake of carotenoids from natural products. Fish & Shellfish Immunology. 2004. 16 (4), 527-537.
  10. Raja, R., et al. Protective effect of Dunaliella salina (Volvocales, Chlorophyta) against experimentally induced fibrosarcoma on wistar rats. Microbiological Research. 2007. 162 (2), 177-184.
  11. Xue, LX. Experimental study on extract of Dunaliella salina in preventing NSAR-induced cancer of proventriculus in mice. Zhonghua Yu Fang Yi Xue Za Zhi. 1993. 27 (6), 350-353.
  12. Nagasawa, H., et al. Inhibition by beta-carotene-rich algae Dunaliella of spontaneous mammary tumourigenesis in mice. Anticancer Research. 1989. 9 (1), 71-75.
  13. Sheu, M.J., et al. Ethanol extract of Dunaliella salina induces cell cycle arrest and apoptosis in A549 human non-small cell lung cancer cells. In Vivo. 2008. 22 (3), 369-378.
  14. Mo, E., et al. Anticancer effect of Dunaliella salina under stress and normal conditions against skin carcinoma cell line A431 in vitro. Iranian Journal of Fisheries Sciences. 2012. 11 (2), 283-293.
  15. Hsu, Y.W., et al. Protective effects of Dunaliella salina–a carotenoids-rich alga, against carbon tetrachloride-induced hepatotoxicity in mice. Food and Chemical Toxicology. 2008. 46 (10), 3311-3317.
  16. Chidambara Murthy, K.N., et al. Protective effect of Dunaliella salina–A marine micro alga, against carbon tetrachloride-induced hepatotoxicity in rats. Hepatology Research. 2005. 33 (4), 313-319.
  17. Murthy, K.N. Comparative evaluation of hepatoprotective activity of carotenoids of microalgae. Journal of Medical Food. 2005. 8 (4), 523-528.
  18. Sheu, M.J., et al. Molecular mechanism of green microalgae, Dunaliella salina, involved in attenuating balloon injury-induced neointimal formation. British Journal of Nutrition. 2010. 104 (3), 326-335.
  19. Karppi, J., et al. Serum carotenoids reduce progression of early atherosclerosis in the carotid artery wall among eastern Finnish men. PLoS One. 2013. 8 (5). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0064107
  20. Bansal, M.P. and Jaswal, S. Hypercholesterolemia induced oxidative stress is reduced in rats with diets enriched with supplement from Dunaliella salina algae.American Journal of Biomedical Sciences. 2009. 1 (3), 196-204.
  21. Chidambara Murthy, K.N. In vivo antioxidant activity of carotenoids from Dunaliella salina–a green microalga. Life Sciences. 2005. 76 (12), 1381-1390.

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