Great superfood – chlorella


In the West, chlorella has become popular as an economical way to get organic protein (it contains 65% protein), because it grows very quickly and is completely unpretentious. And in order to get, say, milk protein, you need pastures for livestock, fields for growing food for them, people … this process requires an enormous amount of resources. In addition, the content of chlorophyll in chlorella is greater than in any other plant, its protein has an alkalizing property, so the use of chlorella accelerates the process of recovery of the body after physical exertion. Chlorella is a complete food, and at the same time it can be used as a vitamin or mineral food supplement. Vitamins, minerals, enzymes, essential amino acids and protein in it in abundance. And most uniquely, chlorella is the only plant that contains vitamin B12. Chlorella contains 19 amino acids, 10 of which are essential, meaning the body can only get them from food. So chlorella protein can be considered complete, in addition, it is highly digestible (unlike many other complete proteins). In fact, this is such a complete product that for a long time you can eat only it (this phenomenon was discovered by NASA scientists when they were selecting the perfect food for astronauts). Chlorella is a powerful natural detoxifier. Unfortunately, in the modern world, the quality of air and water is steadily declining, and we have to put up with it. And this wonderful plant helps to reduce the stress of the body associated with environmental pollution. Daily consumption of chlorella helps maintain health. By affecting the immune system at the cellular level, chlorella prevents the occurrence of various diseases (unlike drugs that work with symptoms). Thanks to the deoxyribonucleic and ribonucleic acids contained in it, chlorella accelerates the process of cell regeneration in the body, slows down the aging process and accelerates the process of muscle tissue repair. When choosing chlorella, first of all, pay attention to its growth factor – 3% is a good indicator. The protein content should be 65-70%, and chlorophyll – 6-7%. The average daily recommended intake of chlorella is 1 teaspoon, however, if you really like it, do not be afraid to overdo it: it is not toxic and does not accumulate in the body. Those who are not recommended to get a lot of iron from food should not eat more than 4 teaspoons of chlorella per day. Source: Translation: Lakshmi

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