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Chlorella – algae helpful in the diet

In one of the articles we have brought you closer to the subject of spirulina and its extremely healthy properties. This text also deals with the healing and beneficial effects of sea algae on the human body. We invite you to read what chlorella is and why it is worth using.

  1. Preliminary information
  2. Where is chlorella applicable?
  3. Action on the human body
  4. Supplementation


  1. Preliminary information

Chlorella, like spirulina, is an algae that deals with water and moist areas. Due to the rich source of chlorophyll, proteins, vitamins and minerals, it is very important biologically. An interesting fact is the high content of vitamin A in the form of beta-carotene.


  1. Where is chlorella applicable?

Chlorella is used as a means of supporting physical activity of both people exercising professionally (bodybuilding and endurance and strength sports), as well as amateur. The preparation is also used to produce various health-promoting properties.


  1. Action on the human body

Chlorella has a very wide spectrum of reactions to the human body. It stands out here

– anti-sphenic action

detoxification character;

– stimulation of the digestive system;

– prevention of infections and peptic ulcers.

The only contraindication to the use of this plant is hypersensitivity to any of its components.


  1. Supplementation

The recommended daily dose of chlorella is between 6 and 10 grams. This product is available in two natural forms (marine alga) and as an ingredient in dietary supplements. There is no information on the adverse effects of chlorella on the human body.