There are two types of people in this world. People who have constipation and people who will have constipation in the future. If you are the former, don’t worry. You are not alone…
More than 4 million Americans deal with constipation on a regular basis. A similar percentage of the population worldwide feel bloated and uncomfortable every day.
Bad news – if you don’t change your habits you will live with constipation forever.
Good news – it’s easy to get done with it. Once and for all.
What causes constipation?
According to the National Institutes of Health, constipation is a condition in which you have less than three bowel movements in a week. This is accompanied by hard, dry and small stools which often are painful and hard to “release”.
Basically, there are two reasons behind constipation: lack of water and lack of fiber.
If you are dealing with constipation, it’s often because there isn’t enough water in your stool, a problem that occurs when too much water gets absorbed or you just drink too less. Remember that thirst alone is not a good way to measure dehydration. You need to drink more than you think, and if you are reading this article, you are probably constipated and looking for help. That means you probaly aren’t drinking enough water.
This is easy to fix! Before you will look for a more drastic way to deal with your problem, start with drinking more water.
Get a glass of water, now!
The second reason behind constipation is as easy to fix as the first one. You just need more fiber. And here comes the power of chlorella
How can chlorella relieve constipation?
Chlorella is one of the better sources of fiber, but the power of chlorella comes from its complexity.
Chlorella has about 80% vegetable protein. It is rich in nucleic acids and has very high levels of vitamin A (beta carotene). In addition, it is also a rich source of vitamin C and iron. Chlorella is an effective remedy for anemia or malnutrition. It enriches and cleanses the blood as well as improves the work of the nervous system and brain. It works closely with the immune system, helps to remove toxins from the body and fights off harmful bacteria. This improves the body’s ability to defend against contamination such as smog, pesticides and harmful elements present in the environment around us. These fine algae can also be used to combat free radicals. Chlorella has high levels of chlorophyll and can be used as an analgesic and anti-inflammatory.
And finally, Chlorella has natural digestive enzymes. Thanks to all of that, chlorella causes the healthy lactic bacteria in the gut to grow 4 times as fast as normal, improving your digestion and bringing relief.
Chlorella dosage for constipation
We recommend our standard dose, 6 tablets a day (or 3g of powder). Remember to drink at least 2 liters of water every day while taking chlorella. Chlorella is full of fiber and drinking more water than usual is necessary. Without water, fiber alone can worsen your problems!
Tablets or powder?
Both versions are effective. It’s a matter of preference. Tablets are more convenient. Powder can be used in smoothies or cooking.