Biochlorella_5 Top Triggers of Autoimmune Deficiencies
The antiviral activity of chlorella, its poison-absorbing qualities and its ability to stimulate the immune system have been described as early as 1967, by Shirota Minoru, et al. (10)
In the Japanese scientific community, chlorella is known as a "biological response modifier". Studies have confirmed repeatedly that chlorella can bring substantial health benefits to people with a depressed immune system.

Chlorella, by inducing higher levels of interferon, stimulates the production and activity of macrophage and T-cells, thus enhancing the immune system's ability to combat harmful substances like bacteria and viruses.

Interferon has been shown to promote the elimination of many kinds of intracellular bacteria as well as numerous infections and viruses, running the entire gamut from cold and allergies to cancer and strokes. (Please refer to Researches and Observation section for more information.)

  • Allergies usually result from a weakened liver and inappropriate immune system responses to certain foreign substances, which trigger the production of immunoglobulin E. The administration of at least three months of Chlorella has often induced a noticeable improvement, through the cleansing of the colon and liver, promoting a stronger immune system. In a 1997 Japanese study conducted on children with atopic dermatitis, over sixty percent of children who were given 15 to 25 chlorella tablets showed improved skin conditions and bronchial asthma(38); and with other studies on mice, chlorella extract has shown "significant improvements" in food allergies, such as egg and milk.(39)

  • Chlorella extract (CGF) has been given to patients who were being having surgery, radiation, or chemotherapy, and to others whose immune system was suppressed as a result of brain tumors. Results showed these patients' immune systems remained at near normal levels and that they were less adversely affected by the immunosuppressive treatments when chlorella was administered.
    (Merchant, Rice & Young from the Medical College of Virginia, 1990 study.)
  • Also, according to research, a diet supplemented with protein fragments called "nucleotides" can help to restore the health of the immune system, and to fight off viral and bacterial infections. Chlorella and the CGF are rich sources of nucleotides. In a study on mice, a diet fortified with nucleotides saved 47% of those injected with lethal doses of staphylococcus, a deadly bacterium, while the ones on a diet without nucleotides all died!(37)

  • People with arthritis have macrophage cells that are particularly sensitive to viruses and other poisons. Food allergies or inflammatory bowel disease inducing arthritis are good examples of this process.

    Chlorella strengthens the intestine and helps clear away toxic substances. This protects the body from infiltration by bacteria, fungi and toxins through the bowel wall, thus preventing the damaging of the joints.

    Also the high level of Vitamin A and Beta-carotene in chlorella may help suppress inflammation due to rheumatoid arthritis (12).

Arthritis is an acidic condition of the joints and chlorella has been shown to neutralize acidic conditions by raising the pH level of the body, making it more alkaline.

Many people have claimed as well that chlorella has helped their gout, a condition caused by elevated levels of uric acid that precipitate in the joints and tissues.

Patients who suffer from arthritis or chronic bowel syndrome disease have been treated with the use of chlorella. Small doses are taken initially and then increased very gradually to test for sensitivity to chlorella.

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