Health Benefits of Chlorella
Originates from: Japan and Taiwan
Interesting fact: Between 1940 and 1950, when the world was facing the hunger crisis, Chlorella helped people survive.
How to use it: Chlorella can be added to smoothies, dishes, be taken in capsules or you can get a liquid form to add to water.
Helps with constipation
Boosts immune system
Cleanses the blood
Promotes optimal blood pressure
Reduces pain in fibromyalgia
Contains all the B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E, beta-carotene, amino acids, magnesium, iron, trace minerals, carbohydrates & higher amount of protein (more than 50%) than meat
Per grams of weight helps with mold elimination
May reduce cancer risk
Effective for hormone balance
Increases white blood cell count
Detoxifies harmful radiation
Reduces body odor
Supports removal of heavy metals
Prevents release of histamine
Helps tissue growth & repair
High amount of vitamin K
Identical to human blood except center
Element is magnesium rather than iron
Great for disaster kits
Green Chlorella Smoothie Mix
½ avocado (pit removed) *gives a creamy texture
1 C water or a plant based milk
1 tbsp chlorella (if you get on well with it feel free to add a little more)
A handful of watercress
A sprig of mint leaves
Add all of these ingredients to your blender/smoothie maker & process until smooth.
May add some ice to the mix.
Pour into a tall glass and enjoy!
Chlorella has caused people to experience nausea and abdominal discomfort.