Say Hi To The World’s #1 Superfood That May Help With Hypertension, Cholesterol and Constipation

May 10, 2018 Updated: October 8, 2018

There’s a teeny-tiny superfood with a huge nutritional punch, to help keep your heart strong and your digestion healthy.

Chlorella is an ancient superfood that has been in existence for 540 million years and contains concentrations of vitamins, minerals, nucleic acids, amino acids, enzymes and much more.

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Support Your Heart (Cardiovascular System)

Chlorella may help protect you from the number one cardiovascular cause of death in the U.S.—heart disease, including coronary heart disease, hypertension, and stroke.

But to tap into these benefits you must be able to digest the chlorella, which  can be difficult. The majority of chlorella sold on the market today is broken cell or cracked cell wall chlorella, which provides very little chlorella absorption.

Currently, only Sun Chlorella, one of the longest operating and premier producers of chlorella, provides the most digestible chlorella on the market through cell wall pulverization.

(Courtesy of Sun Chlorella)

This makes Sun Chlorella easy to digest and it’s this absorption that allows chlorella to help with many things, like your heart by supporting its elastic arteries and regulating your blood pressure.

Chlorella also contains Omega-3 and Omega-6 essential fatty acids that may lower the risk of heart disease.  The American Heart Association recommends omega fatty acids to make up at least 5 percent to 10 percent of our calories.

Regulate Your Blood Pressure

With 45.6 percent of U.S. adults suffering from hypertension, chlorella can support healthy blood pressure.

Regulate Your Cholesterol

Nearly one in three American adults have high cholesterol (hypercholesterolemia). Chlorella may help maintain healthy LDL cholesterol levels in your body.

Energize Your Blood

Chlorella may help to regulate hemoglobin and red blood cells, enabling oxygen to flow better in your body. Rich in iron, chlorella also contains vitamin C which is needed for iron uptake in the body.

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Healthy Bowel System

Chlorella may also help you to maintain a healthy bowel system.

As chlorella sweeps through your digestive system, it can bind to heavy metal toxins such as mercury, lead and cadmium, thereby cleansing your body. It’s chlorella’s cell wall that contains unique fibers that bind to toxins and digestive waste.

Pregnant women who suffer from constipation can take chlorella and start 6 months before conception to support their fertility. Chlorella can help remove heavy metal toxins which can hurt infant growth and health.

Important disclaimer: Do not substitute or stop any prescribed medication. Proper supervision and consultation with your physician is imperative.

 

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