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CHLORELLA

Urban Breastfeeding? Might want to read this.

All of our packaging always gives you the taxonomic name of our ingredients however, it seems like Chlorella is the one you guys are wondering the most about. We are proud to say we use Chlorella pyrenoidosa.

Anyhow, back to the eye-catching heading we used which you can read about here.Basically, the urban lifestyle as well as eating meat leads to us consuming pollution which contains dioxin, but Chlorella can help (as it so trendily is called) detox i.e. decrease toxic levels in your blood. The study was performed in Japan on 35 pregnant women to measure the dioxin levels in their blood and breastmilk later on when nursing. 18 of the 35 women who supplemented their diet with Chlorella, had lower dioxin levels in their breastmilk.

Chlorella has also been identified to be able to decrease cholesterol levels compared to placebo groups in the studies. Profiles with mildly high cholesterol levels were given 5g/day for 2 weeks to achieve -1,6% in total cholesterol. Something you perhaps too could achieve with YOU: Hustle.

We’ve read a lot about Chlorella resulting in better hair quality however, we haven’t found any scientific articles related to it yet so won’t suggest it just yet. Instead, we’d like to link you over to an article showcasing the increased aerobic endurance capacity arriving from Chlorella intake. One of many reasons for us suggesting YOU: Hustle as pre workout tablets!

Quality of Chlorella can vary very much between different producers. We quality test the Chlorella in 6 steps after production:

  • HPLC (High performance liquid chromatography)
  • UV (UV-Visible Spectrophotometer)
  • Double-Wavelength Screener
  • GC-MS (Gas Chromatography – Mass Spectrometry)
  • AFS (Atomic Fluor Spectrophotometer)
  • Heavy metal testing (Automatic Absorption Spectrophotometer)

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