Detoxifying with Chlorella


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  • My chlorella powder contains dangerously high RDA's of iodine, that's why I only use a pinch per week, I'd say 4 g/day might be riskful for the thyroid since I've heard that high intakes of iodine can affect it's function negatively.

  • There are different types of chlorella. You jumped from depression to liver disease to cholesterol to carcinogenic foods. This made the video unfocused and unclear to me.

  • I eat chlorella, spirulina, moringa, and wheatgrass daily. I actually like the taste of algae, it's pleasant. moringa not so much, it's strong and spicy, but very beneficial, it's been studied a lot.

  • All the Blue green Algaes that can be consumed are super alkalizing and puts you in a higher vibration. Super beneficial for depression. Also barley grass juice will clean your blood as well.

  • Don't forget to mention that indole 3 carbinol from the brassica family of vegetables (or from a supplement) and or Diindolylmethane (converted in the gut from indole 3 carbinol) or taken as a supplement (DIM) turn on phase 1 and phase 2 detoxification enzymes inside the cell. Fact. As far as fatty liver goes, you are probably better off looking at CBD or Lipoic Acid.

    In 1977, John and Eunice were admitted to the hospital in Cleveland, Ohio, in the throes of acute liver failure after ingesting deadly poisonous amanita mushrooms. Liver transplants were not common at that time, and death was inevitable. The chief of medicine assigned their case to Burton Berkson, MD, a medical resident at Case Western Reserve who had never had a patient die under his care, and the chief felt he needed the experience.

    Although his instructions were clear—observe and report on these deaths—Dr. Berkson contacted Fred Bartter, MD, at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and asked if he knew anything that might be helpful. Dr. Bartter mentioned alpha lipoic acid (ALA), citing animal studies showing that it helped with severe liver damage, and offered to overnight several vials. The next day, Dr. Berkson began administering intravenous alpha lipoic acid to these patients. Its effect was miraculous. Alpha lipoic acid stimulated rapid liver regeneration, and within two weeks, they were discharged from the hospital in good health. John and Eunice lived for 36 more years, well into their late 80s, forever indebted to Dr. Berkson and this incredible nutrient for liver disease.

  • Why CBD for liver disease: Sci Rep. 2017 Sep 21;7(1):12064. doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-10924-8.
    Cannabidiol attenuates alcohol-induced liver steatosis, metabolic dysregulation, inflammation and neutrophil-mediated injury.
    Wang Y1,2, Mukhopadhyay P1, Cao Z1, Wang H3, Feng D3, Haskó G4, Mechoulam R5, Gao B3, Pacher P6.
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    Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychoactive component of marijuana, which has anti-inflammatory effects. It has also been approved by FDA for various orphan diseases for exploratory trials. Herein, we investigated the effects of CBD on liver injury induced by chronic plus binge alcohol feeding in mice. CBD or vehicle was administered daily throughout the alcohol feeding study. At the conclusion of the feeding protocol, serums samples, livers or isolated neutrophils were utilized for molecular biology, biochemistry and pathology analysis. CBD significantly attenuated the alcohol feeding-induced serum transaminase elevations, hepatic inflammation (mRNA expressions of TNFα, MCP1, IL1β, MIP2 and E-Selectin, and neutrophil accumulation), oxidative/nitrative stress (lipid peroxidation, 3-nitrotyrosine formation, and expression of reactive oxygen species generating enzyme NOX2). CBD treatment also attenuated the respiratory burst of neutrophils isolated from chronic plus binge alcohol fed mice or from human blood, and decreased the alcohol-induced increased liver triglyceride and fat droplet accumulation. Furthermore, CBD improved alcohol-induced hepatic metabolic dysregulation and steatosis by restoring changes in hepatic mRNA or protein expression of ACC-1, FASN, PPARα, MCAD, ADIPOR-1, and mCPT-1. Thus, CBD may have therapeutic potential in the treatment of alcoholic liver diseases associated with inflammation, oxidative stress and steatosis, which deserves exploration in human trials.

  • I used to take take chlorella years ago. I wonder if any of the Mercury detoxifying claims are true. Also, some guy on YouTube tried to claim it was toxic or something

  • Wait, wait, wait, you mean that eggs do raise cholesterol levels? Oh, my stars! Interesting research tidbits about a superfood many of us plant-based people use as a matter of course. TFP!

  • they give chlorella to patients healing from chemotheraphy. doesn't seem sort of ridiculous to suggest people should be taking such a strong supplement when the healthcare community uses it for more serious maters

  • Heavy metal-free Triphala powder, or simply amla powder, with those cholesterol raising, cancer inducing foods, would be MUCH better in reducing cholesterol and protecting you from HCA than this

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