Want chlorella facts….you beat, coming right up! Collectively chlorella is a highly nutritious whole food that has many complete proteins in it; because of that it has a unique way of supplying the body with the necessary nutrients needed for health cell growth as well as repairs.
Algae – chlorella is a single-celled fresh water algae that’s green in color and well known for its antiviral and antibacterial properties.
Fresh Water Grown – chlorella is grown strictly in fresh water regions where the climate permits, typically it’s grown near the equator because there’s better sunlight there.
Chlorophyll – chlorella is extremely rich in chlorophyll – this is the pigment that gives the plant its green color. Chlorophyll is very good health supplement. It is a great detoxifier, supports good digestion and it a great alkalinize-er
Antioxidants – chlorella is very antioxidant-rich. It contains one of the most powerful antioxidants such as beta-carotene. Antioxidants are essential for optimal health helping to fight free radicals and repair the damage they have done.
Vitamin Content – chlorella is a wonderful energy booster due to the fact that it contains most all of the B vitamins that are necessary for healthy energy levels. It also contains other essential vitamins such as vitamin C, A etc…
Mineral Content – like vitamins, minerals are essential for everyday life too. They help the body grow, develop and maintain healthy levels. Chlorella contains minerals such as: iodine, iron, potassium, magnesium etc…
This is our favorite way to consume chlorella, yep; it can be delicious in a smoothie!
Our favorite recipe is: 1 banana, 1 cup almond milk, 1 tsp chlorella, ½ cup mango – blend it all up and presto – yummy smoothie
For more visit our Chlorella Smoothie Recipes Page
For Chlorella: we would recommend the powder form since it’s easier to add to your smoothie although if you are on the go tablets might be nice to have on hand.
When buying chlorella be sure to get a brand that features a broken or cracked cell wall – this means, they have taken the tough, indigestible portion of the cell wall and broken it so that your body can readily absorb the nutrients found inside.
Remember to take the serving size recommended for you, and to consult your doctor if you have any question.
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