What is Chlorella
Chlorella is an attractive potential food source because it is high in protein and other essential nutrients; when dried, it is about 45% protein, 20% fat, 20% carbohydrate, 5% fibre, and 10% minerals and vitamins.
Chlorella is a powerful natural detoxification agent. It can eliminate the harmful and unwanted chemical toxins that have accumulated in our body through pesticides in our food, heavy metals in air &water, and chemicals in drinking water.
Chlorella contains 2-7% chlorophyll, the highest of any known food. The property of detoxifying poisoning substances from the body is one of the important differences between chlorella and other nutritional supplements.
- Binds to toxic heavy metals like mercury,lead,cadmium,uranium,arsenic and helps eliminate them from your body
- Reduces blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol levels
- Helps prevent cardiovascular disease
- Diminishes asthma and allergy symptoms
- Helps protect the liver from toxins ,including drugs
- Helps control symptoms of ulcerative colitis
- Anti-inflammatory properties of chlorella improve arthritis symptoms
- Helps in enhancing digestion and bowel function
- Improves immune system
- Improves skin disorders
- Helps in preventing cancers and growth of tumours
- It has anti-ageing properties
- Can be used to cure anemia
- Helps in aiding weight loss
1.5 to 3 g /day (Maximum limit - up to 9g)
The most common side effects include diarrhoea, nausea, gas (flatulence), green discolouration of the stools, and stomach cramping.
Who Should Avoid?
Chlorella can contain iodine. Therefore, chlorella might cause an allergic reaction in people sensitive to iodine.
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