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Ever heard of Chlorella? If not, it’s a freshwater alga that some supporters have even branded as a “superfood.” Chlorella is touted to offer a wide range of health benefits such as helping improve cholesterol, enhancing the immune system, and managing blood sugar.  So, how does the fast-growing alga help you quit smoking?
⦁ Detoxification: According to a study appearing the Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, tobacco smoke contains toxic heavy metals – especially lead and cadmium.  Conversely, research shows that Chlorella helps remove harmful compounds and heavy metal from the body.  This makes the alga an important supplement for individuals who want to quit smoking and detox.
If detoxing it is important to start very slowly and to drink plenty of water. Chlorella is thought to ‘shake loose’ the toxins but the body still needs to flush them away. Other herbal / detox protocols may be beneficial such as milk thistle, dandelion, modified citrus pectin, additional vitamin C and alpha lipoic acid. If taking an alpha lipoic acid supplement as part of a detox regimen it is valuable to break the dose into 4 parts, taking them 6 hours apart, and ‘pulse’ with 5 days on, 5 days off. For further info on this, please research the “Cutler Protocol”.
⦁ Reduce Oxidative Damage: In a 2010 study appearing in the Journal of Nutrition, researchers investigated the impact of Chlorella supplementation to tobacco smokers.  The findings showed that the alga improved the antioxidant status in smokers and helped reduce the mortality rate.
⦁ Improve Cell Recovery: As you can guess, smoking wreaks havoc on the respiratory system. Luckily, Chlorella may help improve circulation, endurance and reduce inflammation – which is associated with several respiratory diseases. 
Based on emerging research, Chlorella is an alga that packs a massive punch as far as the health and rehabilitation of smokers is concerned. In addition to its long list of therapeutic benefits, the FDA notes that it’s “generally recognized as safe.” With this in mind, it’s an important natural supplement that should be a key component in your diet.
Please note that this content should never be used as a substitute for direct medical advice from your doctor or other qualified clinicians.
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