Over the years, I start reading about natural supplements and all their benefits. Getting a healthy lifestyle means for me also improving my diet, different sports and natural supplements if needed. One of the natural supplements I tried was Chlorella.
Has lots of benefits and I don’t know if all this benefits helped me, but I tried Chlorella and it felt good. Usually, I try one supplement at a time so I can see any the benefits. When talking Chlorella I felt more energetic than usual and also kind of light. I lost some weight, but not too much, but that could be also from food and sports.
Chlorella is a single-celled fresh water algae and has the unique ability to reproduce 8 times a day, making it a sustainable nutrient source.
Chlorella’s rich green color comes from a high concentration of chlorophyll. Since thy tell us to eat a lot of leafy green vegetables, consuming organic, low-temperature-extracted chlorella supplements is one good way to start.
Chlorella contains: Vitamin A, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B6, Phosphorus, Zinc, Iron and Magnesium. Chlorella is more nutrient dense per gram than kale, spinach and broccoli.
- Supports an healthy hormonal function
- Helps with the effects of chemotherapy and radiation
- Lowers blood pressure and cholesterol
- Aids in detoxification of the body
- Detoxifies heavy metals
- Supports your immune system
- Promotes weight loss
- Makes you look younger because it naturally increases levels of Vitamin A, C and glutathione in your body
- Fights cancer
Chlorella comes with some cautions warnings:
- It contain moderate levels of iodine, so those with iodine allergies or thyroid conditions should avoid it.
- Due to its high Vitamin K content, it will increase clotting, so those with clotting disorder should avoid it
- Because of the iron, it should be used in moderation by men and post-menopausal women.
All I can say is this: Go and talk to your doctor. This is just information is not an advice or a way to help you with your problems. You should always check with your doctor.
16 thoughts on “Chlorella Benefits”
I’m all about my spinach protein shakes. Maybe chlorella would be a good change-up.
Taste was bad.
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Never heard of it! Interesting – and I take iron supplements.
I seen some stuff on Chlorella. I was wondering about it. I’ve been contemplating trying algae based vitamins.
Interesting. I’ve never heard of this stuff before. I’m not into supplements and the like, just eat ‘healthy’ Romanian style, but I might try it if I see it.
I unfortunately get sick when I take these supplements. It’s bad because they are healthy for you!
Sorry to hear that. That’s why I tell to check with your doctor before taking any supplements.
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Great information. I’m always looking for new stuff to try!
I enjoyed reading.