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Simply because chlorella is a rich source of protein that contains a large amount of essential amino acids, as well as being high in antioxidants, chlorophyll, beta-carotene and phytonutrients. NASA has chosen chlorella to be one of the first foods grown on space stations and as a nutritional staple in astronauts' diets. It is also the number one nutritional supplement taken by the Japanese.
That is why chlorella algae is more than just a food. It is made up of more than 60% bioavailable protein with nine essential amino acids necessary to build proteins and DNA, which are what repair damaged tissues and help the immune system to protect us from invading bacteria and viruses. The growth factor or Chlorella CGF is a combination of these amino acids and promotes the growth of the cells of the body and stimulates cell repair.
It also contains six members of the B complex vitamin (1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 12) and also vitamins A, C, E and K. It is very high in antioxidants and excellent for destroying free radicals. It contains minerals such as calcium, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus and zinc, and iodine, folic acid and a high percentage of iron.
Chlorella algae by strengthening our immune system can help us against the flu, colds, fungi such as candida and many other forms of pathogenic invasion.
But one of the most amazing properties of Chlorella is its detoxifying power, it binds toxins and heavy metals expelling them from our body.
Mercury in dental fillings and fish, lead in paint or water, cadmium in cigarette smoke, and platinum in cars are just a few of the metals that keep us from vibrant health. . Chlorella binds to heavy metals in the bloodstream and helps remove them from the body.