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Spirulina Chlorella PLUS

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Paket:

100 Tabletten

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Spirulina Chlorella PLUS Wirkstoffe/Tablette:

Spirulina Algenpulver

250 mg

Chlorella Algenpulver

250 mg

Weizengraspulver

100 mg

Luzernenblattpulver

100 mg

Patentierte Mischung**

140 mg

** Selleriepulver, Seealgenpulver, Krautpulver, Spinatpulver,
Löwenzahnwurzelpulver, Petersilienblattpulver, Luteinextrakt,
Likopinextrakt,
Rosenkohlblattpulver, Schwarzer Winter-Rettich Pulver, Aloe Vera Pulver, Brokkolipulver

Wozu und wem empfehlen wir es?

  • Zur Ergänzung bei Basenkuren,

  • beim übertriebenen Konsumieren von Speisen, die Säuren bilden (z. B. Fleisch, Tierfett, nicht kalt gepresstes Öl, verfeinertes Mehl, Zucker),

  • zur Ergänzung von essentiellen Aminosäuren.

Dosierung:

1 Tablette täglich

Spirulina Chlorella PLUS

Beschreibung:
Wir haben die Kombination von Spirulina und Chlorella Algen im Präparat Spirulina Chlorella PLUS mit Luzernen und Weizengras ergänzt. Das Chlorophyll in den Pflanzen kann das Säure-Basen-Gleichgewicht wohltuend beeinflussen uns so kann es schonend entschlacken, alkalisieren. Der Teil der Tablette ist auch eine patentierte Mischung, in der die nützlichen Stoffe von selten konsumierten Gemüsesorten und Pflanzen zu finden sind. Das Produkt bietet auch einen wirksamen Schutz vor freien Radikalen dank dem Extrakt von Likopin und Lutein.

Haben Sie gewusst, dass Untersuchung von Männern, die rauchen, auch die antioxidative Wirkung von Chlorella bewiesen hat? Außerdem hat es den Vitamin C-Gehalt und E-Gehalt erhöht und den Schaden von DNS gesenkt.*

Achtung! Bei Überfunktion von Schilddrüse konsultieren Sie vor der Verwendung der Algentablette Ihren behandelnden Arzt.

* Six-week supplementation with Chlorella has favorable impact on antioxidant status in Korean male smokers - Lee SH, Kang HJ, Lee HJ, Kang MH, Park YK., Nutrition. 2010 Feb;26(2):175-83. doi: 10.1016/j.nut.2009.03.010. Epub 2009 Aug 5.

Keywords: Spirulina Chlorella PLUS, Calivita, chlorella, kelp, alga


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Green Treasures for Our Health

According to some estimations the algae living in natural waters gives the greater amount of the whole living mass on Earth, so they are available in incredible amounts. Their usage is very extensive, not only does Oriental cuisine use it as basic material, but they are getting more popular in almost every country in the world. However they often get in the centre of research due to their potentially good effects on health.

It seems as though, they are actually gifts of nature, since beyond the fact that as foods they contain such valuable nutrients as good quality protein, Vitamins E and B, unsaturated fatty acids and antioxidants, in many cases they can be of help to us.
The most examined algae are Spirulina and Chlorella vulgaris. Several research has shown their beneficent effects. Without demonstrating it in its fullness, let’s see the latest results.
Research proves that chlorella alga’s high iron, folic acid and Vitamin B 12 content can be effective against pregnancy anemia and it can prevent high blood pressure during pregnancy.
A research done in India showed that the extract of spirulina can help during the therapy in case ofarsenic poisoning, which is a great problem in the region. Fortunately, arsenic poisoning in Europe is infrequent, but the risk of the accumulation of heavy metal in our body is significant, especially for those living in big cities and industrial areas. Another series of test demonstrated exactly that alga is capable of clenching heavy metal (for example, a part of lead as well) in the body, thus it cannot be absorbed in the blood and can be depleted.
Apart from this, spirulina has such benevolent effects that have an impact on much more people than the above mentioned heavy metal poisoning. A six week long examination done on smoking men showed that the level of Vitamin C and E increased significantly in the blood of the group that consumed spirulina while the damage caused by free radicals decreased. Mirroring the results, scientists claim that spirulina can be an important part of a healthy, balanced diet especially for smokers and people living in smoggy areas.


The results were further confirmed by another research where the effects of spirulina were examined on rats with diabetes. The results show that it can decrease the blood-sugar level and it can also positively affect one’s weight. According to another examination, due to its high calcium level it can lessen the risk of osteoporosis, the side-effect of the products used during diabetes therapy, meanwhile it helps regularize hiperglykemia and hiperlipidemia.
Good news for athletes and those who want to lose weight that according to examinations, it not only increases fitness and lenghtens the feeling of fatigue, but fat loss increases as well, thus the usage of chlorella alga can contribute to reaching or keeping a healthy body weight.
Algae can be great additions to an alkalizing diet. Combining it with other alkalizing green plants (for example, broccoli, spinach, parsley, Aloe Vera, which as part of a balanced diet in themselves help support the appropriate functioning of the body and help prevent free radicals) can be exceptionally effective.
We can see how extensively spirulina and chlorella can be used whether we would like to amend our healthy diet or increase our achievements.

Sources:
Six-week supplementation with Chlorella has favorable impact on antioxidant status in Korean male smokers - Sun Hee Lee M.S.a, Hae Jin Kang M.S.a, Hye-Jin Lee M.S., Nutrition Volume 26, Issue 2, February 2010, Pages 175-183
Chlorella pyrenoidosa Supplementation Reduces the Risk of Anemia, Proteinuria and Edema in Pregnant Women Shiro Nakano, Hideo Takekoshi and Masuo Nakano, PLANT FOODS FOR HUMAN NUTRITION (FORMERLY QUALITAS PLANTARUM)
Volume 65, Number 1, 25-30, DOI: 10.1007/s11130-009-0145-9
Ergogenic and Antioxidant Effects of Spirulina Supplementation in Humans - KALAFATI, MARIA1,2; JAMURTAS, ATHANASIOS Z.1,2; NIKOLAIDIS, MICHALIS G.1,2;, Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: January 2010 - Volume 42 - Issue 1 - pp 142-151
Comparison between the effects of alcohol and hexane extract of spirulina in arsenic removal from isolated tissues - Saha SK, Misbahuddin M, Ahmed AU., Mymensingh Med J. 2010 Jan;19(1):27-31.
Alterations in beta-islets of Langerhans in alloxan-induced diabetic rats by marine Spirulina platensis - P. Muthuraman, R. Senthilkumar, K. Srikumar, December 2009, Vol. 24, No. 6 , Pages 1253-1256
Spirulina protects against Rosiglitazone induced osteoporosis in insulin resistance rats - Sumeet Guptaa, H.J. Hrishikeshvanb and Prabodh K. Sehajpal Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice Volume 87, Issue 1, January 2010, Pages 38-43

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