Should You Add Chlorella To Your Diet?
We're all for maintaining our health and fitness here at Elite Daily, and I personally encourage health and fitness via clean eating and exercise, but of course, here and there, a gimmick attracts your attention.
A new natural supplement that seems to be gaining increasing popularity amongst the green juicing crowd is chlorella. Chlorella is a sea algae that's supposedly ultra-vitamin potent, and aids in keeping your skin, nails and hair healthy.
Is it worth the attention and does this supplement deserve the hype? Apparently, it does. Chlorella acts as an anti0toxin as well, a kind of cleansing agent, and has been popular in Asia for quite some time. Chlorella is high in fiber, a good source of magnesium, omega 3, calcium, iron, and various beneficial nutrients.
Sounds great! So how should you take chlorella? Steer clear from chlorella in pill form, which apparently loses its nutrients and becomes more concentrated. Focus on in taking chlorella in its most natural form, by eating or drinking it.
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