What You Need To Know About Chlorella for Fibromyalgia

chlorella for fibromyalgia

Chlorella is a popular superfood in some Asian countries, such as Korea, China and Japan. Initial studies suggest that taking chlorella for fibromyalgia can help relieve symptoms.

What is Chlorella?

Chlorella is a kind of micro algae believed to help with fibromyalgia. It is a single cell organism obtained in an aquatic environment. Despite having a single cell structure, the microorganism is considered a rich source of protein, vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. The oil extracted from chlorella is rich in pigments, fatty acids and antioxidants.

Proteins constitute almost 60 percent of the dry biomass of chlorella. The quality of protein obtained from the algae is much better than the usual standard prescribed by World Health Organization (WHO) for human nutrition. This is because it comprises of both essential as well as nonessential amino acids.

Clinical trials have shown that these micro algae can help in lowering cholesterol level. It also boosts the immune system and has antioxidant properties.


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  1. says: Tracey Valentino

    I have often wondered if there was a correlation between Fibromyalgia and PTSD since a vast majority of people I have worked with, in the past, have had some type of deep physical, emotional, medical, or spiritual trauma.

  2. says: Gail Stewart

    Crystal I had th with fibro. As well. Need to go to an orthodontics, they will line up your jaws first.. Then, I was put in me in braces.. I’ll tell you what Crystal, that was the BEST THING that I ever done!
    If your on meds. for fibro it will help you out with braces… GO FOR IT! Gail

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