Question: Who should not take chlorella?

Chlorella may make it harder for warfarin and other blood-thinning drugs to work. Some chlorella supplements may contain iodine, so people with an allergy to iodine should avoid them. Always tell your doctor about any supplements you are taking, including natural ones and those bought without a prescription.

Can chlorella be bad for you?

When taken by mouth: Chlorella is LIKELY SAFE when taken by mouth, short-term (up to 29 weeks). The most common side effects include diarrhea, nausea, gas (flatulence), green discoloration of the stools, and stomach cramping, especially in the two weeks of use.

What does chlorella do to the body?

Chlorella also contains a wide range of antioxidants such as omega-3s, vitamin C, and carotenoids like beta-carotene and lutein. These nutrients fight cell damage in our bodies and help reduce your risk of diabetes, cognitive disease, heart problems, and cancer.

What does chlorella do for the body?

Chlorella also contains a wide range of antioxidants such as omega-3s, vitamin C, and carotenoids like beta-carotene and lutein. These nutrients fight cell damage in our bodies and help reduce your risk of diabetes, cognitive disease, heart problems, and cancer.

Tell us about you

Find us at the office

Smack- Kinneer street no. 65, 62402 Kingston, Jamaica

Give us a ring

Drexel Lepak
+30 694 593 49
Mon - Fri, 7:00-15:00

Contact us