Apparently, few people are paying attention to the data on chlorella. Despite articles on chlorella’s nutrient and detoxification capacities, health-conscious consumers are not rushing to brick-and-mortar or online stores to make sure they get their daily doses.
Maybe it’s the yucky powder that’s difficult to ingest. There are green tablets that are easy to take with water, but you do have to take more than one daily for an extended period of time.
Mike Adams of HealthRanger.com explained the virtues of green superfoods in a special report a few years ago. He recommended using chlorella as a superfood, up to five grams (5,000 mg) daily. It generally takes a few weeks to become aware of the benefits.
Chlorella powder is more economical, but most people find it easier to swallow twenty tiny 250 mg tablets to get five grams, than figure out how many grams are in a tablespoon of chlorella and then to find a way to cope with the taste.
We are bombarded by toxins in the air, water, food, and from within by mercury amalgam fillings. Our major pollutant filter, the liver, needs all the support it can get. Chlorella offers that support abundantly.
Perhaps some independent laboratory studies will contribute scientific evidence to support the anecdotal material you may have encountered…
Read more: Natural News