What benefits can chlorella provide?
According to the scientific studies and from many health professionals, chlorella is effective in:
- Detoxifying toxins such as lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, pesticides, insecticides and P.C.B. from the body (some of these chemicals are present in the polluted environment and the food chain that enters the body either knowingly or unknowingly, which can be dangerous to health).
- Stimulating the immune system. It has been shown that the hot extract of chlorella stimulates the immune system by producing interferons which are proteins that stimulate macrophage activity. The substance in chlorella responsible for this phenomenon is known as chlorella which resides in the chemical group of very large branched polysaccharides. This group has been receiving great attention lately for their interferon stimulating qualities. There are many other research papers that have been written on the immune function of chlorella.
- Wound healing.
- Pyorrhea (bleeding of the gums and loose teeth)
- Liver toxicity, hangovers from alcohol consumption, bowel toxicity, constipation, viral infections, ulcers, skin problems, allergies, arthritis, atherosclerosis, cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart problems, low libido, diabetes, depression, hypoglycemia, body odors, hormone imbalance, stress, eczema, jet lag, drug addiction, tobacco withdrawal, herpes simplex, gout, obesity, fibrous cysts, the common cold, flu, Epstein-Barr virus syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, candida yeast associated problems, etc.
- Improve energy
- Improve memory