Common Names: Chlorella Botanical Name: Chlorella Pyrenoidosa Chlorella Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Chlorella Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.
Chlorella Benefits & Information
Chlorella is a green single celled freshwater algae with rigid cell walls. Humans are unable to digest the hard cell walls so they must be cracked before using as a supplement. Chlorella is used as a food source and a medicinal supplement. Chlorella is rich in protein, vitamin B12, vitamin C, Iron antioxidants, minerals, omega 3 fatty acids and fiber, making it a superfood. Studies have show that chlorella contains compounds that promote general wellness, supports a healthy immune system, promotes normal cholesterol levels, benefits digestive health, promotes healthy blood pressure levels, supports respiratory health, aides the body's natural detoxification process, and may benefit aerobic endurance. Other research has found that chlorella may support liver health, promote eye health and relieve premenstrual syndrome symptoms.
Chlorella powder can be used to make a tea or your own fresh filler-free capsules. Chlorella powder does not add additional flavor to food so it can be enjoyed in smoothies, yogurt, salad dressings, your favorite recipes, and baking.
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