Slimming with Chlorella
Chlorella's popularity has increased substantially recently and with good reason. It is an excellent source of many important nutrients and is also becoming popular as a component of diet programs or as a strategic tool towards weight loss. Of course there are many negative health effects and adverse effects of obesity. Chlorella can be a good partner in achieving good health and maintaining ideal body weight.
The reasons for the increase in people with weight related problems are varied. In most cases, an unhealthy lifestyle with lots of refined foods with low nutritional value are cited as one of the causes of weight gain and even obesity. Naturally enough exercise is very important, but all sports in the world will not help when bad eating habits persist. Chlorella has a beneficial effect on your digestive system and removes harmful substances from the body, making it easier for the body to effectively maintain weight. Chlorella makes the digestive system highly efficient and facilitates the disposal of waste. Problems associated with obesity and overweight are usually traced back to the accumulation of adverse chemicals in the digestive system.
When Chlorella is consumed on a regular basis the body will less and less crave irregular food intake and the hunger cycle will improve over time. This promotes a healthier diet. The key word here is 'nutrient density' or nutritional value. When you eat food with a high nutritional value (eg Chlorella), the body will much slower give a hunger signal than with foods having a low nutritional value. This allows the cycle of eating high-calorie foods to be broken.
Chlorella is also a very important source of amino acids. Some amino acids reduce the tendency to overeat. For example, phenylalanine stimulates the production hunger relief hormone cholecystokinin (CCK). In this way chlorella promotes healthier eating habits by reducing the tendency to snack and for this reason it is best taken on a daily basis, even after ideal body weight has been reached.