Chlorella is a green, single-celled, water-grown microalgae. Chlorella gets its name from the rich amount of chlorophyll it contains, which is more per gram than any other plant. Chlorophyll is one of the greatest food substances for rejuvenating the blood and cleansing the bowels and other elimination systems such as the liver. Chlorella is extremely rich in vitamins, minerals, amino acids, essential fatty acids polysaccharides and a host of other beneficial compounds.
supports the function of the brain and liver
improves digestion and elimination
helps regenerate the body
detoxifies the body
protects against radiation
supports healthy weight loss
enhances the immune system
accelerates the healing process
supports the immune system to destroy bacteria, viruses, and food borne illnesses
provides 60 percent pure digestible protein (far exceeding that of animal products)
contains digestive enzymes to assist digestion
has twenty times more RNA than sardines (which promotes longevity)
contains high quantity of essential fatty acids
fights free radical damage
boost the immune system
helps rebuild nerve tissue damage damage througout the body (used to treat Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease)
Scientific documentation indicates that Chlorella is effective in reducing the symptoms of numerous types of diseases such as:
low blood sugar disorders
viral and bacterial infections
Three grams per day is a good maintenance dosage of chlorella. Chlorella greatly assist healthy digestion and overall digestive tract health. It is best to introduce chlorella gradually into the diet in order to allow the body to adapt to its deep regenerative effects on the digestive systems.
Some people cannot tolerate chlorella, which may be due to a cellulase insufficiency. Consider using a different microalgae (spirulina, AFA blue-green algae, or marine phytoplankton) or take a digestive enzyme supplement with cellulase in it to help digest the chlorella.