What is Chlorella?
Chlorella is a type of freshwater algae with over 50+ years of scientific research supporting its health benefits. Chlorella can be a key supplement in your regime when it comes to improving the health of your gut and your immune system. Fun fact, Chlorella isn’t technically considered a vegetable because it lacks roots, stems, leaves, or any other typical plant structure, in fact it is a single cell algae and one of the most primitive algae on earth.
How does Chlorella Benefit me?
Here are just a few benefits of taking chlorella: * May support healthy digestion * Promotes regularity * Helps maintain normal cholesterol levels * Boosts energy levels * Keeps blood sugar balanced * Aids in cellular repair *Boosts Immune System *Controls Sugar Levels *Fights Cancer Cells *Helps Detoxify Your Body. While it’s not a common household item, chlorella has become increasingly popular with health-conscious community looking to optimize their diet.
Nutritional Information on Chlorella
Chlorella is more nutritionally dense than most fruits and vegetables and considered a superfood. Chlorella contains high amounts of fiber, complex B vitamins (thiamin riboflavin, niacin, pyridoxine, pantothenic acid, chlorine, biotin, vitamin B12), chlorophyll, carotenoids, iron, zinc, calcium, Vit. A and C, amino acids, chlorophyll and many other trace minerals that are vital to healthy living. As well as being easy to digest, chlorella capsules have no taste or smell.
Furthermore, studies have concluded that Chlorella is also known to detoxify the body of radiation and chemotherapy for cancer patients. It is due to the high levels of chlorophyll in Chlorella that protects our body from ultraviolet radiation and removes radioactive particles from your body. In particular, an article written by Owen Bond, he cites the book “Chlorella,” where some “studies have found that chlorophyll-rich foods, such as chlorella, spirulina and alfalfa, can decrease radiation toxicity. Chlorella, in particular, has the ability to neutralize radiation and mercury-related conditions in the body and to remove poisonous substances, including cadmium, dioxins and PCBs.”
Difference between Chlorella Capsules and Tablets
Let’s start with Capsules first. Chlorella Capsules hold anywhere from 60% – 90% active ingredients making them far more potent than tablets. Our Chlorella capsules are housed in a vegetable capsule thereby rendering no after taste, unlike tablets tend to have a very pungent after taste.
There are two types of chlorella commonly available on today's market: cracked cell chlorella tablets (containing smaller particles) or whole-cell (granule form). Cracked-cell chlorella has gone through a process that breaks open the cell wall in order to gain the benefits contained within.
Side Effects of Taking Chlorella Supplements
You should avoid using it if you have any allergies to seafood. Most common side effects include green discoloration of the stools and gas during the first two weeks of use due to detoxification. You shouldn’t take supplements if you’re currently pregnant or breastfeeding. Always consult with your doctor before beginning any new diet or supplement regimen and to discuss possible interactions with any other medications you take.
Dosage Instructions and How to Take Chlorella Supplements
Take an appropriate dosage per instructions on bottle. As with any supplement if you should experience discomfort cut back as the body adjust. Always drink the recommended amount of water for your height and weight especially while detoxing.
Serving Size: 1 Capsules;
Capsules Per Container: 60;
Bottle Color: White;
Bottle Size: 175cc;
Lid Color: White