Chlorella algae contain:
- Sporopollenin: polyterpene found in the spore wall capable of fixing irreversible toxins and heavy metals of the intestine and helping to eliminate them.
- Chlorophyll: an extremely important biomolecule in photosynthesis that inhibits the absorption of dioxins and accelerates their fecal excretion. It also acts as an antioxidant eliminating free radicals, oxygenates blood and cells (structural resemblance to hemoglobin). Chlorella is known for the highest concentration of chlorophyll.
- Nucleic acid complex (DNA and RNA): favors tissue healing and repair in humans.
- Vitamins: A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, B12, C, D, E, K, choline and inositol. Vitamins contribute to physical performance and muscle recovery, preventing the onset of ailments, combating neural deterioration, reducing cholesterol, etc. among other functions.
- Minerals: phosphorus, calcium, potassium, magnesium, copper and iron. These minerals help to improve nerve transmission, muscle contraction, bone health, oxygen transport, etc.
- Carotenoids: including lutein and beta-carotene. These types of molecules prevent oxidation in non-photosynthetic organisms, as is the case with humans.
- Protein: Chlorella contains protein of high biological quality, which are proteins that contain all the essential amino acids (amino acids that the organism is not able to synthesize).
- Dietary fiber: is the part of food that is not affected by the digestive process improving the intestinal transit of the organism mainly through absorption of water and the corresponding increase in the volume of the bowel movement.
- Zinc: necessary for the normal metabolism of macronutrients, the synthesis of proteins such as collagen, the maintenance in normal conditions of hair, skin, nails and bones, the correct functioning of the immune system and the protection of cells against oxidative damage.
Take 2 tablets twice a day before meals with a large glass of water.
Gluten-free, lactose-free, high in fiber and suitable for vegans.