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Chlorella and Its Efficacy in Subhealth State

  • 3 years ago

It is well-known chlorella has many benefits towards the elderly and the sick because of its rich nutrient enable fast recovery.

Chlorella contains an almost complete range of vitamins (apart from vitamin D), all the main minerals, large amounts of iron and calcium that render it very useful to anemic people, 19 amino acids and 60% of vegetable protein. It has 10 times more vitamin A than beef liver per gram.

Chlorella can be a useful help in the fight against cancer, because of the fact that Chlorella reinforces white blood cells and stimulates macrophage activity, and this remains true even during chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment.

Tested on adult animals and humans, Chlorella accelerates cellular regeneration and stimulates cicatrization, as has already shown in the studies on ulcers and refractory wounds.


Are you satisfied with your health state? 

Something about your body isn’t right, but your doctor is unable to find anything particularly wrong with you? If so, you could be having a sub-health condition which shows up in symptoms such as chronic fatigue, poor appetite, and general body weakness. weakness

There are many causes leading to sub-health conditions including poor lifestyle habits, extreme personalities, pollutions and stresses from work and life. According to the Red Cross Society of China, white-collar workers and those with higher education levels are more prone to sub-health due to the nature of their work and lifestyle.

When your body in a sub-health condition, organs will undergoing aging and degrading process and progressively weakens your immunity. If neglected, you will have immunity breakdown and prone to illnesses.

Signs of sub-health include aches, fatigue easily or eyestrain, indigestion, sleep disorders, nervousness, distraction, nausea, poor mood, neck and shoulder pain, absent-minded, dizziness and headache, cold hands and feet, constipation, dizziness when standing up, etc.


The active component in Chlorella save you from falling sick

516g10bZkQLDeep in the heart of each chlorella cell is a unique complex called chlorella growth factor (CGF). Chlorella grows and reproduces at an astounding rate. CGF promotes faster than normal growth without adverse side effects, and it appears to enhance RNA/DNA functions responsible for the production of proteins, enzymes, and energy at the cellular level, stimulating tissue repair, dramatically accelerate growth, and protecting cells against some toxic substances. CGF is a physiologically activating substance containing complex nucleotide peptides, amino acids, polysaccharides, and other derivatives.

As chlorella researcher and pioneer nutritionist, Dr. Bernard Jensen, Ph D. explained, “Foods rich in nucleic acids (5% to 15% RNA and 0.5% to 1.5% DNA) provide cell-protective effects which help ensure long life. The body can absorb and use nucleic acid components directly, which saves the energy that would normally be used in synthesizing them.”

In sum, chlorella contains vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, essential fatty acids, chlorophyll, a vast array of phytonutrients, and is high in digestible protein. Many nutritionists and health advocates who have researched chlorella think it is one of nature’s “perfect foods” to restore your energy and find your health back!

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