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What is chlorella?
Chlorellas are unicellular microalgae.
They are characterized by their green color, due to the presence of chlorophyll.
There are many varieties with distinct properties, but chlorella vulgaris has exceptional therapeutic properties.
This freshwater algae is rich in :
- Vitamins A, B2, B5, B7, C and E.
- Essential amino acids.
Combined with psyllium and adzuki beans, it almost replaces meat for vegans.
How to take it?
Cultivated in an aquatic environment, these microorganisms reproduce rapidly.
The end product is a dark green powder, marketed as a dietary supplement.
Its pronounced seaweed taste, like spirulina, makes it a difficult food to eat.
It can be diluted in water, or added as an ingredient.
The benefits of chlorella combine well with those of condensed tannins.
Chlorella is appreciated by the skin and intestines.
This microscopic alga is used for the following properties:
Chlorella has shown promising results for the following diseases:
- Chronic inflammation.
- Crohn’s disease.
- Heart disease.
- Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Although chlorella has interesting therapeutic effects, it is not a cure in itself.
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What are the medicinal benefits of chlorella?
This high-protein superfood helps to :
- Eliminate heavy metals.
- Make up for deficiencies.
- Nourish cells.