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Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF)

July 7, 2017

 

 

Chlorella is, of course, the only source for CGF, which demonstrates yet more remarkable healing properties:

 

Chlorella Growth Factor promotes normal growth but does not stimulate the growth of disease processes such as tumors. Because its chlorophyll content is one of the highest of any food, chlorella is useful for the many conditions which benefit from chlorophyll’s purification, renewal, and anti-inflammatory properties. Treatment of viruses and fungi which sap energy, such as candida-overgrowth, Epstein-Barr virus, chronic fatigue immune deficiency syndrome (CFIDS), and AIDS, is advanced by the immune-enhancing qualities of CGF as well as the antiviral effect of chlorophyll.

- Healing With Whole Foods by Paul Pitchford

 

Chlorellan

Another immune-boosting substance found in chlorella is called chlorellan. It, too, has been clinically shown to enhance immune system function:

 

Chlorella has been shown to improve immune function in people undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy. Chlorella increases macrophage activity, activates both T-cells and B-cells, and has shown antitumor effects. In addition, chlorellan, a substance found in chlorella, stimulates interferon production.

- Herbal Medicine, Healing & Cancer by Donald R. Yance

 

RNA / DNA

There’s yet another immune-boosting element that’s unique to chlorella: nucleic acids, found in RNA and DNA. These nucleic acids are critical for health and longevity:

 

The nucleic acid in the human body (RNA/DNA) is responsible for directing cellular renewal, growth, and repair. The amount of nucleic acid in the body decreases with age; in fact, insufficient nucleic acid causes premature aging as well as weakened immunity. Nucleic acid is depleted by lack of exercise, stress, pollution, and poor diet. Replenishing RNA/DNA is therefore important to every aspect of bodily health and longevity. Since chlorella has a true nucleus, it is a more evolved organism than the other common green micro-algae and therefore may offer superior-quality RNA/DNA. This particular aspect of its RNA/DNA, measured by the CGF, strengthens immunity by improving the activity of T- and B-cells, which defend against viruses and other invading microorganisms, and macrophages, which destroy cancer and cellular debris in general.

- Healing With Whole Foods by Paul Pitchford

 

When it comes to immune boosting function, both chlorella and spirulina are miracle-class foods. Yet chlorella is clearly the more gifted of the two. For people who ask about boosting their im­mune system function, I frequently recommend adding both chlorella and spirulina to their diet, with emphasis on the chlorella.

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