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.