Chlorophyll Content of Chlorella & Spirulina
Chlorella is the richest source of chlorophyll on planet Earth. What’s so good about chlorophyll? There’s nothing more cleansing and detoxifying than chlorophyll. And people who follow Western diets (high in processed foods and animal foods) are in desperate need of cleansing and detoxifying.
Here’s something interesting: chlorophyll actually helps remove heavy metals from your body that have accumulated due to the ingestion of contaminated food products. Certain sea foods are especially known to contain dangerous levels of heavy metals like mercury, but these contaminants are also found in animal products and even non-organic crops. If you’ve been eating refined foods, you undoubtedly have mercury, cadmium, arsenic, lead, PCBs and other contaminants in your body. The chlorophyll in chlorella actually helps remove those heavy metals from your body, which can have seemingly miraculous benefits to your health.
Another common source for contaminants is mercury fillings used by dentists. They call them “silver fillings,” actually, since they don’t want to openly admit they’re still putting mercury -- one of the most potent nerve toxins on the planet -- into the mouths of patients. These mercury fillings emit a steady stream of mercury vapor that gets absorbed into your body. Frequently, small bits of these mercury fillings crack, break off, and are swallowed with your food. In this way, nearly all dental patients in America and other “civilized” countries are subjected to routine mercury poisoning at the hands of their dentists.
Chlorella can help protect you against this mercury be escorting the mercury out of your body before it can do damage. If you take chlorella before and after receiving dental work, you will help protect yourself from the toxic effects of mercury fillings. This is especially important if you decide to have your mercury fillings removed, as more and more people are doing. The very process of drilling them out results in a tidal wave of mercury exposure in your body. Having a stomach full of chlorella offers considerable protection against the mercury bits you inevitably swallow during this procedure.
I underwent a full-scale mercury filling removal program myself. It required nearly ten sessions in the chair, and I used chlorella each time. As a result, I suffered no ill effects from the mercury removal. Today, my mouth is 100% free of mercury, and the chlorella that I continue to take on a daily basis protects me from dietary mercury that might find its way to my dinner plate.
Chlorophyll does much more than protect you from mercury, however: it’s also a general detoxifier that supports liver function so that your lives can do a better job of eliminating toxins from your system.
Amalgam removal detox protocol (according to Klinghardt, D.,Williams, L.)
Begin protocol at least 2 weeks prior to first mercury amalgam removal appointment and continue for at least 3 months after. Chlorella should be taken indefinitely.
Chlorella supplementation can range from one half a tablet to a maximum of 14 tablets daily, depending on individual tolerance. Too high a dose will cause symptoms of nausea, heartburn, diarrhea and headache.
For the first 8 days, take chlorella with meals at your maximum tolerance level, dividing it into smaller doses throughout the day.
On days 9 & 10 take 10 times the usual dose but not more than 60 tablets in a single day.
Days 11 & 12 are a “rest” period and no chlorella should be taken.
The 13 day begin the 12 day cycle again until all the amalgams have been removed and the body burden is at an acceptable level as determined by DMPS provocation.
Three grams per day is a good maintenance dose of chlorella for a person to take. With this amount no significant changes will be noticed, however, the body will get many of the nutrients it must have to function properly such as amino acids (protein), vital minerals, vitamins, carbohydrates and enzymes. Persons taking 5-7 grams per day is quite common and at this level will notice significant changes in digestion, energy and over-all health.