In this section, I've talked about chlorella and spirulina as if they were twins. But they aren't: each has a unique nutritional profile. Although I strongly recommend using them both as part of every meal (I do), you may find yourself needing one or the other based on certain circumstances. So here's the score:
- A better source of chlorophyll, which makes it more detoxifying and cleansing.
- It is especially good for people with liver disorders or people who drink or smoke.
- It is very helpful for people with dry stools who suffer from constipation.
- It is especially good for people who need "rebuilding" -- people who suffer from degenerative diseases (muscle, nervous system, etc.) or people who are frail.
- Contains Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF), which boosts the immune system, reverses cancer, and offers other health benefits.
- CGF also helps repair nerve tissues throughout the body and is excellent for treating degenerative brain and nerve disorders.
- A superior source of digestible protein. Contains 12 times the protein of beef.
- Easier on the digestive system than chlorella, which can cause diarrhea in sensitive individuals.
- The best source of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), a "good" fat necessary for the human brain, proper heart function, and other body systems.
- Contains phycocyanin, a potent anti-cancer phytochemical that also gives spirulina its characteristic blue hue.
As you can see, both chlorella and spirulina offer a vast range of health benefits, and many of their strengths overlap. That's why I generally recommend that people consume both in substantial quantities. As a general rule, you should consume spirulina and chlorella in a 2:1 ratio. In other words, if you take 10 grams of spirulina a day, take 5 grams of chlorella, too.
If you are suffering from a particular health condition, increase your consumption of the micro-algae best suited for that condition. These health conditions are discussed in more detail below. Recommended dosages of chlorella and spirulina are also covered in more detail in the "how to take chlorella and spirulina" section later in this guide.
Now we'll take a look at the use of chlorella and spirulina for specific health conditions and dietary patterns.
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