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Top 15 Amazing Chlorella Health Benefits that Make it the Ultimate Superfood for Eye Health and More

Have you heard about the miraculous green superfood that is one of the earliest known living foods on the planet? Close to 3 billion years old (yes, you read that right!), chlorella, a nutrient-rich alga packs an extraordinary amount of health benefits that continue to benefit us all the way into the 21st century.

We've raved about the health benefits of spirulina, but its close cousin chlorella is just as amazing. This miraculous green alga is packed with phytonutrients, important amino acids, beta-carotene, B-complex vitamins, chlorophyll, and rich minerals, and does wonders to protect, revitalize and strengthen the body against the daily stressors of everyday life.

In this post, we'll cover 15 chlorella health benefits you should know about and why you'll never want to go another day without this incredible superfood.

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What Is Chlorella?

Even though it's been around for billions of years, chlorella was first discovered in 1890, after the arrival of the microscope. Chlorella is a single-cell freshwater microalga or seaweed which makes it difficult to see with the naked eye unless it is available in massive quantities.

Coming back to spirulina, another freshwater algae we love, both spirulina and chlorella are similar in terms of the incredible health benefits they offer. Where they differ is that spirulina is multi-celled where chlorella is single-celled. As the earliest known species on the Earth, chlorella has the amazing ability to reproduce eight times a day, making it a highly sustainable superfood.

Although there are several different species of chlorella, chlorella vulgaris, is the most common form used in supplements.

The name "chlorella" actually comes from the Greek "chloros" meaning "green," and the Latin suffix "ella," or "small." It gets this name due to its unmistakable dark green color which comes from its incredibly high chlorophyll content, which no doubt contributes to some of its health benefits — but that's just the start for what this small green alga can do.

How Does Chlorella Benefit Your Body?

Research shows that chlorella supports the entire body by improving heart health, promoting hormonal balance, counteracting the effects of chemotherapy, reducing blood pressure, eliminating heavy metals, and detoxifying the body.

Chlorella was, in fact, one of the first whole foods to go into space, with NASA having recognized that they can "rely on microalgae to supply essentials including food, water and oxygen." 

According to chief biotechnologist Harald Helisch, at the Institute of Space Systems, "Chlorella biomass is a common food supplement and can contribute to a balanced diet thanks to its high content of protein, unsaturated fatty acids, and various vitamins, including B12."

Chlorella is comprised of a "unique and diverse composition of functional macro- and micro-nutrients including proteins, omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, polysaccharides, vitamins and minerals," making it incredibly nutrient-rich and beneficial.

Chlorella has been known to be beneficial for:

  • Controlling blood sugar
  • Reducing high cholesterol
  • Regulating blood pressure
  • Protecting the liver and heart
  • Detoxifying the body
  • Combating oxidative stress
  • Improving cognition and mental function
  • Boosting energy
  • Enhancing physical performance
  • Preventing anemia
  • Treating fibromyalgia
  • Alleviating PMS (premenstrual syndrome)
  • Lowering the risk of macular degeneration in the eyes

Chlorella Nutrients That Make it a Top-Ranked Health Food

While chlorella might be small, it ranks HUGE on nutrition.

In fact, did you know chlorella packs in more nutrients than other greens such as broccoli, kale or spinach?

And while we all know that we should be eating more leafy greens, it can be difficult to incorporate the recommended number of servings required to benefit on a therapeutic level.

While the exact nutrient composition of chlorella depends on how the microalgae is sourced and processed, by supplementing with high-quality organic chlorella supplements, you can receive all of these nutrients in a simple tablet form, that comes with no strong aftertaste.

Listed below are all the nutritional qualities this miraculous green seaweed is packing:

Protein, Omega-3s, Vitamins and Minerals

Protein: Chlorella is 55–60% protein, making it a highly-rich complete protein source because it contains all the required essential amino acids needed for our nutrition. This makes it an excellent plant-based protein source for vegetarians and vegans.

Iron: Chlorella has shown to reduce anemia in pregnancy, possibly due to its high iron content.

Omega-3s: Chlorella also contains important omega-3 essential fatty acids, critical for brain and mental health.

Vitamins and minerals: Rich in a host of essential vitamins and minerals, chlorella supplementation can provide you with iron, vitamin C (helps to absorb iron), zinc, magnesium, copper, B vitamins, calcium, phosphorus, and potassium.

Apart from its rich content of protein, omega-3s, and vitamins and minerals, what makes chlorella truly miraculous is that it is richly packed with chlorophyll, antioxidants, and an important component known as the Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF).

Chlorophyll

Chlorophyll is vital for the process of photosynthesis — trapping light from the sun to create food. And the central atom of the chlorophyll molecule is magnesium, making chlorophyll-rich plants a natural source of this key mineral.

Chlorella contains the "green photosynthetic pigments chlorophyll-a and -b in its chloroplast," which has shown to have promise to "treat inflammation and related diseases."

Antioxidants

Chlorella contains several potent antioxidants such as beta-carotene, lycopene, zeaxanthin, and lutein (which support vision health). These antioxidants are known to combat oxidative stress and help fight many chronic conditions such as heart disease, arthritis, and cancer.

Lycopene is an important carotenoid, a natural pigment and a key antioxidant that protects against cell damage. Although the majority of the world's lycopene (close to 80%) comes from tomatoes, chlorella marina is "recommended as a better natural source with increased activity and without side effects in the treatment of anti-inflammatory diseases."

Research showed that chlorella supplementation reduced oxidative stress and increased "antioxidant status" in chronic cigarette smokers. The study also concluded that "C. vulgaris might prevent the disease burden and mortality rate associated with smoking."

Since chlorella has shown capability in limiting oxidation, it can help counter diseases caused by oxidative stress.

Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF)

Found in the cell nucleus of chlorella, CGF or Chlorella Growth Factor is a complex combination of key nutrients including amino acids, vitamins, essential fats and more. CGF is unique to chlorella and is not found in spirulina or any other microalgae. Chlorella growth factor helps facilitate the rapid rate of cell reproduction, allowing chlorella cells to multiply and grow rapidly. CGF has shown to improve RNA and DNA functions (key molecules responsible for storing and retrieving genetic information, and protein and enzyme production), that help the body get rid of toxic substances and prevent diseases.

One animal study showed increased immunity levels in mice who were fed CGF extracted from chlorella cells which contained "56.6% protein, 42.59% amino acid, 6.8% nucleoside acid, 4.8% polysaccharide and 1.7% vitamin." The study concluded that CGF could be used as a "function food to enhance human′s immunity."

Another study showed that chlorella growth factor (CGF), could possibly be used as an alternative to antibiotics to enhance growth performance and immune responses in broiler chickens.

Top Chlorella Health Benefits

What makes chlorella an incredibly powerful superfood?

Below you'll discover 15 proven benefits that you can hope to reap by including this superfood into your daily diet routine.

Chlorella for Eye Health

Remember how we mentioned above that chlorella contains potent antioxidants such as zeaxanthin and lutein? Well, they may just be what you need in supporting your vision health.

Research shows that, "lutein, the most abundant carotenoid in Chlorella, together with zeaxanthin have been shown to be associated with eye health and function."

Lutein is a powerful carotenoid synthesized in dark, green leafy plants and also found in microalgae like chlorella. It is known as the "eye vitamin" as it helps to safeguard the eye's macula by protecting it from damaging blue light (emitted from artificial lighting and digital devices).

Zeaxanthin is another essential carotenoid and when combined with lutein, makes a highly effective duo in promoting vision health.

Studies have shown that both lutein and zeaxanthin can help protect against AMD (age-related macular degeneration), eye strain and fatigue, cataracts, and even help to prevent loss of vision and blindness.

Furthermore, studies have shown that the quantity of both these carotenoids in the retina is directly dependent upon the amount that is consumed. One study concluded that supplementation with both these antioxidants improved macular pigment optical density (MPOD) "both in AMD patients and healthy subjects with a dose-response relationship."

Therefore, choosing a source that provides a highly bioavailable form of these nutrients is essential.

A study titled, Bioavailability of Lutein in Chlorella Powder, clearly showed that lutein in chlorella powder (CP) is "highly bioavailable," and that " results clearly show that a single ingestion of 3 or 6 g of CP in tablet form raised serum lutein concentrations in healthy humans."

Other research has shown that "chlorella intake would be effective for improving and maintaining lutein concentrations in human erythrocytes" or red blood cells.

Chlorella also contains the antioxidant beta-carotene, which along with vitamins C, E, zinc and copper (found in chlorella) have shown to decrease the risk of AMD (age-related macular degeneration) by 25%.

In addition to being a rich source of lutein and other antioxidants, chlorella's unique Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF) helps rebuild and regenerate cells which in turn promotes vision health.

Chlorella also showed a strong antioxidant effect and decreased the formation of cataracts in diabetic rats by controlling oxidative stress. The study concluded that "chlorella has antioxidant activity and may be beneficial for the prevention of diabetic complications such as cataracts."

All of this solidifies the fact that chlorella is a sustainable and bioavailable natural source of important antioxidants and CGF, and daily supplementation can potentially help to support your overall eye health.

Chlorella for Detoxification

Sure, it's important to get your vitamins and minerals, but it's equally important to get harmful toxins and pollutants out of your system, and chlorella does an incredible job of that.

Naturally rich in chlorophyll and other potent nutrients, chlorella is a natural detoxifier and can help rid the body of harmful heavy metals, chemicals, and even radiation.

Chlorella chelates, or binds, to toxic substances and helps excrete them out of the body. It even helps to eliminate stubborn toxins such as mercury, lead and cadmium and prevents them from being reabsorbed. These heavy metals chelate or bind to chlorella in the digestive tract and are then eliminated from the body through excretion.

Research has shown that chlorella may also be used to prevent heavy metal toxicity in the first place.

One study showed that routine chlorella intake decreases the chance of heavy metal poisoning in the bloodstream. It also helps to reduce the risk of muscular and bone damage due to elevated levels of cadmium in the body. The study concluded that "chlorella is an appropriate source which counteracts heavy metal poisoning, to decrease the damage of tissues by decreasing cadmium absorption."

Other research has shown that chlorella can attenuate or reduce the toxicity of certain heavy metals such as cadmium and lead in the liver, kidneys, and brains of animals.

Another study showed that regular supplementation of chlorella in mice accelerated the rate of which toxins were removed from the body in the form of sweat and urine.

Dioxins are damaging cancer-causing substances found in food due to the way food is produced.  Research shows that dioxins can easily be passed in breast milk raising concerns of disorders in nursing infants due to this toxic substance. Chlorella supplementation in 35 pregnant women, who took the tablets for 6 months while they were pregnant, reduced "dioxin levels in breast milk" being passed to nursing infants.

Based on the research so far, it seems chlorella can help enhance the body's ability to eliminate toxins and should be a part of your routine detox.

Chlorella for Radiation and Chemotherapy

Anyone who has ever had radiation therapy and chemotherapy can tell you what a high toll these treatments can have on the body. 

Supplementing with chlorella has shown some promising results in alleviating some of the adverse effects of radiation on the body and even helping to eliminate radioactive particles.

A 2-year study on glioma or brain cancer patients showed that supplementing with chlorella reduced " respiratory infections and flu‐like illnesses" in patients undergoing chemotherapy.

But perhaps more impressive than its ability to chelate and flush out radioactive toxins is chlorella's ability to actually protect from radiation.

Multiple mice studies have shown that mice supplemented with chlorella either before or just after being exposed to lethal levels of gamma-ray radiation were radically protected from damage to the cells and tissues.

Additionally, chlorella actually helped to boost the production of stem cells in both the bone marrow and spleen, thereby increasing the survival rate of mice that had undergone irradiation with gamma rays.

As a natural chelator chlorella can help to get rid of some of the toxins associated with chemotherapy, which can help to alleviate some of the adverse side effects of cancer radiation treatment.

Chlorella for Liver Disease

Chlorophyll, a key component of chlorella, is known for detoxifying the liver, amongst its many other benefits.

In one study, chlorella vulgaris supplementation in 60 patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) for 8 weeks improved fasting blood sugar and lipid profile. The study concluded it to be "an effective complementary treatment in NAFLD."

In another similar study, 70 patients with fatty liver disease who were supplemented with chlorella for 2 months showed decreased weight, improved glycemic status, as well as improved liver function.

Chlorella has also shown to protect against chemical-induced liver damage, as well as shown to reduce levels of the liver enzyme ALT (alanine transaminase), which indicates liver inflammation, in patients with hepatitis C.

These studies demonstrate that chlorella supplementation may help improve and support liver health.

Chlorella for Diabetes

Chlorella supplementation has shown to reduce blood sugar levels and also increase sensitivity to insulin.

In a randomized control trial that did a meta-analysis on several factors including cholesterol, blood pressure and blood glucose, chlorella supplementation on 797 subjects showed improved levels of fasting blood glucose.

The same study that showed improved liver function in 70 patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease demonstrated that those who supplemented with chlorella for 2 months showed decreased weight and improved glycemic status.

In mice, chlorella enhanced the ability of insulin to lower glucose thereby decreasing insulin resistance, and increasing sensitivity to insulin.

Chlorella also demonstrated the ability to control oxidative stress and decreased the formation of cataracts in diabetic rats due to its high antioxidant potency.

One study revealed that chlorella supplementation may help control diabetes in healthy individuals as well as those with "high-risk factors for lifestyle-related diseases." The study conducted on 17 patients over 16 weeks with a 4-week observation period showed that "chlorella intake resulted in noticeable reductions in body fat percentage, serum total cholesterol, and fasting blood glucose levels."

The research so far shows promise in chlorella's ability to lower and control blood sugar for diabetic patients.

Chlorella for Heart Health

Besides diabetes, high cholesterol is another major chronic condition most Americans face today. Chlorella has shown promise in controlling bad cholesterol and raising the levels of good cholesterol, thereby improving heart health.

Dried chlorella powder (C. pyrenoidosa) in "high-fat diets significantly decreased the levels of triglycerides, total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol," in rats and hamsters, as compared to animals who were on a high-fat diet but were not ingesting chlorella.

In another randomized control trial, chlorella supplementation for over 8 weeks at doses over 4 g/day on 797 subjects "significantly reduced" total cholesterol (TC), low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) in unhealthy participants and also reduced systolic and diastolic blood pressure in hypertensive individuals.

Researchers observed that "daily dietary supplementation with chlorella may reduce high blood pressure, lower serum cholesterol levels, accelerate wound healing, and enhance immune functions," in subjects with fibromyalgia, hypertension, and ulcerative colitis.

Another study also documented that a daily intake of 5 grams of chlorella decreased LDL cholesterol and triglycerides in those who had elevated cholesterol levels (were mildly hypercholesterolemic).

Chlorella's high content of carotenoids and antioxidants may be the contributing factor in improving blood lipid levels, due to the prevention of oxidation, which is known to contribute to cardiovascular illness. Although more studies are required, chlorella supplementation has shown promising potential in improving heart health.

Chlorella for High Blood Pressure

A lot of the studies we looked at above that demonstrate chlorella's ability to improve cardiovascular health, also show its ability to control hypertension and reduce blood pressure.

There is also other research to support this. For example, in one study 80 participants with normal blood pressure or borderline hypertension who ingested GABA-rich chlorella tablets for 12 weeks "significantly decreased high-normal blood pressure and borderline hypertension." The study concluded that chlorella "is a beneficial dietary supplement for prevention of the development of hypertension."

The same study that showed that chlorella significantly reduced total cholesterol in 797 subjects, also showed that it reduced both systolic blood pressure (SBP) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP) in hypertensive participants.

Another study in healthy men showed that chlorella supplementation helps to protect the stiffening of arteries (a factor that affects blood pressure), and helps to prevent arteries from hardening.

The study suggested that an "analysis of the Chlorella-containing tablet detected nutrients that can reduce arterial stiffness, such as antioxidant vitamins, arginine, potassium, calcium, and n-3 unsaturated fatty acids. These results suggest that intake of a Chlorella-containing multicomponent supplement can decrease arterial stiffness."

If you suffer from hypertension, chlorella might be a good supplement to take due to the multiple nutrients it contains that have shown to have a blood pressure-lowering effect.

Chlorella for Anti-Aging

Chlorella has shown to have a protective effect against oxidative damage caused by free radicals which are known to damage cells and lead to early aging.

An Iranian study showed that chlorella has promising effects on reducing oxidation caused due to stress, in apparently healthy smokers. The study showed that chlorella vulgaris "might prevent the disease burden and mortality rate associated with smoking."

C. vulgaris extract might also have an anti-aging effect because it prolonged the lifespan of fibroblasts or skin cells, from both younger and older aged individuals. The study observed that "pre-treatment of Chlorella vulgaris resulted in a significant decrease in DNA damage suggesting a bioprotective effect against free radical attacks. A decline in DNA damage was observed in post-treated cells which proves Chlorella vulgaris to present bioremediative properties."

Since chlorella contains a high concentration of essential vitamins and antioxidants which are known to fight oxidative damage, and give you healthy, younger-looking, more radiant skin, supplementation with this superfood can potentially help to support anti-aging and make you look younger.

Chlorella for Gut Health

Chlorella is naturally rich in fiber and is also known to increase probiotics in the gut naturally. The fiber chlorella has is not digestible, which is good as it acts as fuel for the good bacteria in your gut, allowing beneficial probiotic bacteria to multiply.  

A Japanese study showed that due to is "rich supply of prebiotic food, chlorella can actually triple the rate of growth of good bacteria in the gut."

Since chlorella cannot be digested whole, supplements should be bought that clearly state that the chlorella is available in a "broken cell wall" state, and can be consumed.

Due to its fibrous nature, chlorella not only promotes probiotic growth but also helps in minimizing constipation and achieving regularity in motions.

Chlorella for Weight Loss

Chlorella's ability in reducing cholesterol, and controlling blood glucose levels along with eliminating stored toxins can all contribute to reducing weight and body fat.

In fact, as we lose weight, toxins are released and can be reabsorbed by the body. It is critical to remove these toxins from the body and prevent them from being reabsorbed. Chlorella is known for being able to flush out toxins such as heavy metals, which supports the weight loss process.

A study conducted on healthy individuals as well as those with "high-risk factors for lifestyle-related diseases" suggested that "chlorella intake resulted in noticeable reductions in body fat percentage, serum total cholesterol, and fasting blood glucose levels."

Although more conclusive studies are needed, adding chlorella to the diet has shown to reduce body fat percentage, blood glucose levels and also eliminate toxins which can all help with maintaining a healthy weight.

Chlorella for Immunity

Quite a few studies have demonstrated that chlorella may help to boost immune function and support a healthy immune system.

In a 2012 Korean study, short-term chlorella supplementation was shown to enhance Natural Killer (NK) cell activity and also improve early inflammatory response.

Another study showed that chlorella supplementation prevented the reduction of  "salivary SIgA secretion during a training camp for a competitive sport" in female athletes. Since vigorous exercise may reduce immunity, an increase in salivary immunoglobulin A (SIgA) with 5-weeks of chlorella supplementation indicated a boost in immune function.

This same effect was also seen in men who were supplemented with chlorella tablets for a month, with the study concluding that chlorella "improves mucosal immune function in humans."

Apart from its ability to detoxify a known toxin called dioxin, pregnant woman who ingested chlorella during pregnancy also showed increased levels of immunoglobulin IgA in breast milk, which is "considered to be effective for reducing the risk of infection in nursing infants."

Although more research is needed, chlorella has shown promise in having immune-boosting effects in both men and women.

Chlorella for Cancer

Chlorella has shown promise in boosting immune function which is important for fighting cancer cells. Chlorella not only strengthens the immune system but it also helps to eliminate toxins from the body, including heavy metals, reducing the possibility of cancer in the first place.

Research has shown that chlorella can help fight cancer in several ways, by mainly preventing cancerous cells from multiplying and also causing apoptosis, or cell death.

This superfood also increases the activities of NK (natural Killer) cells, which are a form of white blood cells that "play a major role in the host-rejection of both tumours and virally infected cells."

Chlorella has also been seen to enhance the activity of T cells through a protein it contains called CVS. T cells are another type of white blood cell, and chlorella activates them to fight abnormal cells, thereby preventing "metastasis or tumor progression."

Higher concentrations of chlorella have shown to suppress "tumor frequency by 61%" in mice with breast cancer.

In another study, lycopene extracted from chlorella showed promise in treating prostate cancer, due to its ability to curb the growth of and cause death in human prostate cells.

Apart from its potential anticancer abilities, chlorella can be used as a natural cancer treatment to fight the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation as mentioned above.

Chlorella for Pregnancy

Chlorella has shown promise in reducing the risk of anemia, possibly due to its concentrations of iron, vitamin B-12, and folate.

Research conducted on 70 pregnant women showed that chlorella supplementation of 6g/day during the 12th-18th week of gestation helps to reduce anemia, proteinuria (protein in the urine), and edema (swelling in the legs).

Although chlorella supplements are safe to take during pregnancy, you should always consult with your doctor before starting any supplement regimen while pregnant.

Chlorella for Physical Performance

Chlorella may enhance endurance and improve aerobic performance.

One study in young individuals showed that after a 2-week period, chlorella improved oxygen uptake (was able to saturate individuals' lungs with oxygen), which is one of the measures of endurance. This effect was not seen in the placebo group.

The study suggested that this "unicellular green alga, contains a variety of nutrients including amino acids, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals," which could explain its endurance enhancing abilities.

In fact, chlorella contains branched-chain amino acids, which have shown promise in enhancing exercise capacity.

Hot water extract of chlorella vulgaris has also shown to increase physical stamina in mice.

Another rat study showed that when chlorella supplementation was combined with high-intensity intermittent exercise (HIIE) training, it had "a more pronounced effect on exercise performance and muscle glycolytic and oxidative metabolism," meaning it improved both muscle metabolism and promoted physical performance.

Although more research is required, chlorella has shown potential in improving endurance and may even be used as a key supplement to improve physical performance in athletes.

Chlorella for Brain Health

Chlorella has shown to have protective abilities against dementia, Parkinson's, and has also shown to alleviate symptoms of depression and improve cognitive function.

In a mice study, Chlorella (C. pyrenoidosa), was shown to "possess great anti-inflammatory activities," and prevented inflammation, inhibited the loss of dopamine, and delayed the progression of Parkinson's Disease (PD).

Chlorella's antioxidant effects on the brain may have also contributed to its ability to protect against dementia by lowering oxidative stress and inflammation.

In stroke-prone hypertensive rats, the nutrient and carotenoid-rich properties of chlorella showed promise in improving the function of blood vessels, and significantly suppressing the "elevation of blood pressure," thereby preventing stroke and prolonging lifespan.

Chlorella has also proven to be an effective adjunct therapy to treat depression in patients suffering from major depressive disorder (MDD). Those who received "antioxidant-rich Chlorella vulgaris extract (CVE) as adjunct to standard treatment in patients suffering from MDD," showed an improvement in "physical and cognitive symptoms of depression as well as anxiety symptoms."

Further studies are needed, but with the research done so far, chlorella has shown promise in supporting brain and mental health.

Chlorella vs. Spirulina

Is one better than the other?  

Well, both chlorella and spirulina are considered to be superfoods, and although both are packed with chlorophyll and incredibly rich nutrients, there are some differences.

Both spirulina and chlorella are waterborne edible algae, and while spirulina is a multi-celled organism (with no nucleus), chlorella is a single-celled micro-organism with a nucleus. Color-wise, spirulina has more of a bluish-green hue while chlorella is more green.

Processing wise, spirulina can be consumed as is, however, chlorella is indigestible and needs to undergo some processing to have its cellular walls broken to enable nutrient absorption.

Both algae are high in chlorophyll, protein, and essential vitamins, and are known for their detoxification properties.

Depending on your health goals and your usage of other supplements, you may decide to go with either alga. It's recommended to pick one and try a small amount and see which one suits you best.

Both are available in powder or tablet form, however, we highly recommend either spirulina supplements or chlorella supplements instead of powder so you can get the therapeutic dosages you need in one shot, without any unpleasant aftertaste or teeth staining.

Chlorella Side Effects

As with any detoxification program, you might experience some symptoms when taking chlorella that may subside with use. Some of these effects include digestive issues, headaches, dizziness, weakness, rashes, and fatigue.

Chlorella tablets may also contain iodine, so if you are allergic or experience breathing issues, seek medical attention immediately.

Also, if you are on any immunosuppressant drugs or blood thinners such as warfarin, it is best to consult with your doctor before taking chlorella.

Although chlorella is considered to be safe during pregnancy, pregnant or nursing women should talk to their healthcare provider prior to taking chlorella supplements.

How to Choose Chlorella Supplements

Since chlorella has a very strong taste, it is best and easiest to take it in tablet form. When purchasing chlorella supplements make sure to buy organic chlorella so you know you're getting the best, purest quality possible.

As there as so many chlorella products available in the market, by buying organic chlorella supplements you know that they have passed stringent safety tests and have eliminated all types of unwanted chemicals and synthetic ingredients from the growing and processing phases.

Also, on the packaging make sure it says cracked or "broken cell wall" so you know the nutrients will be properly absorbed by your body.

Another key aspect to look for is from where the chlorella is sourced. Good sources include countries like India, Korea, Taiwan, and the U.S.A.

Why Choose GoodLifeProvision Pure Organic Chlorella?

  • 100% pure organic chlorella
  • Non-GMO, Gluten-Free
  • Easy to Take & No Aftertaste
  • Manufactured at an FDA-approved and GMP-certified facility in the USA
  • Vegetarian Safe
  • Safety Sealed for Your Protection
  • 2 Month Supply
  • Laboratory Tested
  • Fanatical One-on-One Support
  • Suitable for men & women
  • Choose your best dosage — 500mg or 1000mg

Key Takeaways

  • Similar to its close cousin spirulina, chlorella is a nutrient-rich green algae with enriching vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, protein and chlorophyll content
  • Chlorella can help detox from toxins and heavy metals, protect from radiation and chemotherapy, boost the immune system, protect cardiovascular health and improve vision health
  • It can also be used to boost energy, improve cognition and enhance physical endurance
  • Chlorella and spirulina are both beneficial in many ways, and choosing one over the other is often a matter of personal preference
  • Since chlorella has a strong aftertaste, we highly recommend using organic chlorella supplements to get the maximum therapeutic value with no aftertaste

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