MicrOrganics Green Nutritionals Yaeyama Pacifica Chlorella 500mg 500 Tablets
Chlorella is an ancient single celled freshwater micro algae containing chlorophyll and many other useful phytonutrients. Thought to have had its genesis 2 billion years ago, chlorella is found naturally in freshwater rivers and waterways, but is now grown by aquaculture for human consumption.
Chlorella is one of the world’s most powerful cleansing and detoxifying foods. Packed with vitamins and minerals this superfood is rich in chlorophyll and antioxidants and also acts as a healing and anti-inflammatory agent.
The most common use of Chlorella is as a nutritional supplement. As well as being rich in carotenoids and chlorophyll, Chlorella contains Vitamins A, all the B's, C and E, and unlike synthetic forms found in multi-vitamin supplements – are in their natural form. Vitamins are however just the start, Chlorella is packed with minerals including potassium, zinc, magnesium, iron and calcium contains around 55% complete balanced protein.
Yaeyama Chlorella 99.5%, tricalcium phosphate 0.5%
Start-up: 3 tablets (half serve = 1.5g) daily, for the first week
Maintenance: 6 tablets (one serve = 3g) daily
Optimal: 12-18 tablets daily
Take between meals and drink 1-2 litres of pure water daily
Chlorella is a powerful detoxifying food, so when starting always take a smaller amount for the first week, with an adequate intake of pure water. It is possible some new users may not tolerate chlorella - in the event that you experience stomach upset or nausea when taking chlorella, either reduce the amount you are taking or stop taking chlorella completely and seek advice from your health care practitioner. If pregnant, breastfeeding or taking medications, always consult your health care practitioner before starting on Chlorella.
There are some people who cannot tolerate chlorella and experience a strong allergic vomiting reaction after consuming it. This is extremely unusual and only affects a very small percentage of people. For this reason we always suggest starting off with a small serve and being cautious on day one and during the first week or so.