As a part of your spirulina detox diet, begin each day by whipping up a healthy, tropical smoothie. This should include 200 to 500g of unripe (green) papaya with the skin left on, a host of other fresh tropical fruits, and a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. Toss all this into a blender, pulse until smooth, drink it down, and after 20 minutes, follow it up by consuming 10g of spirulina.
Cut fat and grease out of your diet, and start eating fresh fruit, plenty of greens, and occasional lean protein. Vegetables and fruits are alkalizing, so make sure these form the main part of your meals, and are supported by a small serving (around the size of your palm) of lean protein like chicken, fish, or veal.
Wait 20 minutes after each meal (lunch and dinner), and then take 5g of spirulina. You can also sprinkle spirulina on your food, and intensify the diet by incorporating apple cider vinegar into it. This can be used in salad dressings, and as a tart ingredient in sauces. Other small ingredients that should be incorporated into your diet include cayenne pepper and olive oil.
Another great way to include apple cider vinegar is to incorporate it into your drinking water – this will boost the effects of your daily spirulina intake to a great extent. You will need to drink 1/4 of your body’s weight in ounces of water (preferably distilled) everyday, and add one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar to every 30 oz. of water.