"Blue Majik" Is the Latest Health Food Trend—No, Really



We've discussed the health benefits of Millennial Pink foods at length. Golden milk lattes are quickly populating cafe menus everywhere. At this point, the telltale green shade of matcha is practically passé. In our aesthetically driven world, it's not exactly surprising that health food trends are circling the rainbow—but it's just as well since a superfood's beautiful hue often denotes an abundance of nutrients.

Consider Blue Majik, which is the latest to hit the wellness vernacular. A derivative of the sea algae spirulina, this powder is quickly gaining buzz for its high antixoidant content and nutrient-density—not to mention the pretty aqua hue it casts on smoothies and lattes.

Curious about the specific health benefits? Keep scrolling for an expert POV.