Chlorella Gold - 300 tablets
Chlorella is a single-cell algae found in freshwater, it is the most alkaline plant in the world. The ability to improve health conditions is due to its alkalinity of 30 times more than other vegetables and fruits.
Role of Calcium in our body:
• Regulate the heart function
• Blood clotting
• Transmission of nervous system messages
• Strengthening the bones and teeth
• Regulating muscle functioning, such as contraction and relaxation
• Relieve stress, promote good sleep and elevates mood
What is Chlorella?
Chlorella is a single-cell algae found in freshwater, it is the most alkaline plant in the world. The ability to improve health conditions is due to its alkalinity of 30 times more than other vegetables and fruits. According to historical records, it has survived on Earth for over 2.5 billion years. It is one of the earliest lifeforms on Earth. Its strong vitality allows it to adapt to a variety of intensive chemical and physical stresses within the environment.
It contains protein, chlorophyll, beta-carotene, Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF), amino acids, vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients of the human body. According to experts, Chlorella possesses a substantial amount of a complete range of nutrients than other vegetables. It also helps to alleviate or eradicate symptoms associated with certain chronic diseases by strengthening the body. Hence, it is also known as a “super food”.
The simplest, most primitive and natural green algae has also brought us hope for human health!
Who needs Calcium?
Children: The bone tissue is constantly growing, Calcium is required to build strong bones.
Teenager: Rapid growth and development of the skeleton during adolescence, Calcium requirement is high to build the peak bone mass. Sufficient Calcium intake is important to strengthen the bones, so that less likely to get bones related diseases in later year.
Adults: Sufficient Calcium is needed to maintain bones health, although less Calcium is required compare with developmental stage.
Pregnant Women: Sufficient intake of Calcium is needed for the healthy development of infants with strong bones and teeth.
Postmenopausal Women: Menopause leads to decrease in Calcium absorption and greater bone loss due to the decrease in estrogen production, which increases the risk of osteoporosis. Adequate intake of Calcium helps to reduce the rate of bone loss in all women.
Elderly: As we grow older, bones loss Calcium. Both men and women will experience bone thinning with increases in age. Although we cannot reverse the bone loss, however adequate Calcium can ease the speed of bone thinning and reduce the risk of osteoporosis among the elderly.