Image: Is chlorella the most potent superfood?

(Natural News) Did you know that chlorella, a type of microalgae, is one of the most potent superfoods in the world?

The video below – which was uploaded on the official Healing the Body Brighteon channel – features Derek Henry, founder of Healing the Body, a website that focuses on natural healing.

Henry, who is also the creator of the THRIVE Online Health Program, discusses chlorella, a superfood deemed as “the most powerful one on the planet.” He also talks about why chlorella is important to your overall health.

View the full Brighteon.com video here:

In the wake of a dirty food industry, a corrupt and inept political system, and government leaders who can’t be bothered to care about the state of the environment, nearly everything on the planet has become diseased, nutrient-deficient, and tainted.

However, there is good news. Organic farmers, natural health professionals, and a few leaders are standing up to the corruption and poisoning of people on the planet to create a movement invested in nourishing and sustainable practices. As a result, the options for clean food and proper healthcare are increasing, as is the harnessing of potent foods from nature to help overcome toxicities and malnutrition that has ruined people’s quality of life.

So where do you start if you want to eliminate toxins and nourish your body in a way that promotes a more rapid improvement in your health? How do you do something in months that may take years or decades to accomplish through other means?

You turn to the most nutritionally dense and cleansing food possible, and you’d do well to start with chlorella. (Related: Here are the best naturally detoxifying foods you can eat every day.)

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What is chlorella?

Chlorella is a single-celled microalgae growing in water and it’s one of the few edible species of its kind. Commonly referred to as a superfood or the “perfect food,” it has an incredibly comprehensive nutrient profile and could be considered the healthiest superfood on the planet.

A serving of chlorella offers the following benefits:

  • It contains antioxidants, beta-carotene, lutein, and polysaccharides.
  • It contains calcium, iodine, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosporus, potassium, and zinc.
  • It has vitamins A, C, E, and K. It also contains all B-vitamins.
  • It’s a great source of highly digestible plant protein.
  • It’s a powerful alkaline-forming food.
  • It’s a superior source of chlorophyll. This pigment, which makes plants green and healthy, also contains antioxidants, vitamins, and therapeutic properties that can benefit your well-being.
  • It’s chock-full of essential fatty acids like gamma linoleic acid.
  • It’s full of enzymes and other phytonutrients.
  • It’s rich in dietary nucleic acids like RNA and DNA.

By incorporating this kind of nutrition in your body on a daily basis, you can absorb more synergistic nutrients and healing power compared to any other supplement. When you consume “clean” chlorella every day, you’re giving your body access to a wide range of amino acids, enzymes, minerals, phytonutrients, and vitamins. This will enable your body to optimize different bodily processes.

Chlorella can also bind to heavy metals like aluminum, lead, mercury, and nickel. These toxins have been largely introduced to your body through fish, mercury amalgams, pollution, and vaccination. Some individuals take chlorella supplements to help support their body’s natural elimination of these toxic elements.

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Take nutrient-rich chlorella tablets to detoxify and to keep your body healthy and strong.

Watch the full video about the superfood chlorella, which you can view at this link.

You can read more articles about chlorella and other potent healing foods at SuperFoods.news.

Sources include:

Brighteon.com

Healthline.com


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