Chlorella is a single-cell microalgae which represents the richest natural source of chlorophyll, but it also contains a significant amount of beta-carotene, mixed caretonoids, vitamin B-12, vitamin C, iron and proteins.
We decided to enlighten the mystery surrounding this unusual product.
Just like the spirulina, the chlorella has a high nutritional value and can be greatly beneficial to the human health. It contains vitamins B complex, C and E, minerals (especially magnesium), potassium, iron and calcium.
How does the chlorella affect the organism
- It accelerates the metabolism.
- The fibrous materials in the Chlorella improve your digestion and accelerate the growth of the beneficial bacteria in the stomach.
- It detoxifies the body
- It reduces the blood pressure and cholesterol
- It boosts the immune system
Great amount of chlorophyll and magnesium affect the cardiovascular system and helps in treating arterial hypertension. It purifies the intestines, kidneys, liver and the bloodstream, and thus stimulates the production of red blood cells.
Chlorella contains digestive enzymes and pepsin that can help the digestive functions of the body, and by being basic, it helps in maintaining the PH value in the body.
The recommended dosage is 3 capsules per day, or consuming one teaspoon mixed in liquid of your choice, three times a day.