How Eating Cilantro With Chlorella Can Eliminate Heavy Metals From The Body
Written by: Emilyn Gil
Why You Should Use Cilantro and Chlorella Together
Chances are, you have heavy metal in your body.
No, I don’t mean head-banging rock music.
And unfortunately, I also don’t mean Iron Man or Wolverine.
What I mean is heavy metals such as mercury, cadmium, aluminium and various others. These toxic heavy metals can enter your body by way of vaccines, radiation exposure, mercury tooth fillings and various foods. The probability that you have heavy metal toxins in your body is very high.
Some symptoms of heavy metal toxins are brain fog, insomnia, dementia, depression and anxiety. If you allow the toxins to build up for a long period of time, they can even damage your mental function, nervous function and some vital organs.
So how can you get rid of these toxins? Here is where cilantro with chlorella comes in.
One of the best ways to rid your body of heavy metal toxins is by taking cilantro with chlorella.
How Does Cilantro With Chlorella Work Exactly?
Since cilantro and chlorella have different qualities that powerfully compliment each other, they are a dream team when it comes to locating and washing out heavy metal toxins from your body.
- Binds to environmental toxins
- Repairs detoxification functions in the body
- Especially good at binding to heavy metals
- Can help repair the nervous system
- Contains lots of amino acids
- Great at binding and mobilizing heavy metal toxins
- Helps prevent gas and bloating
- Can protect from Urinary Tract Infections
- Helps the liver release bile
Using these benefits, the cilantro and chlorella game plan is simple.
Cilantro is excellent at mobilizing heavy metal toxins found in your body and getting them ready to be flushed out. However, it’s not so good at actually getting the toxins out, which means the toxins could easily settle right back down again in your body.
Chlorella’s special talent is being able to bind to the heavy metal toxins, grabbing them once they’re mobilized. Chlorella can then bind the toxins to the bile found in the liver.
Finally, as cilantro helps the liver to release bile, this process will begin and the toxins can then be carried out of the body as waste. And ta-da! Heavy metal toxins gone.
Send Those Heavy Metals Far Away
Don’t underestimate the power of this duo. If you’re feeling foggy brained or depressed from all your heavy metal toxins, let cilantro and chlorella do the work to get those toxins out of there!
You can include these two powerful detox foods in your diet by adding them to your recipes or juicing them.
Article Source: Get Holistic Health
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Emilyn Gil is a 22 year old English Major at UVU. She started writing at age 6, and since then has won several awards including the Scholastic Art and Writing Gold Key and was featured in the Kolob Canyon Review in Cedar City. Aside from the written word, her other passions include performing in the occasional musical theater production, and playing piano, guitar, and ukulele. Some of her favorite pastimes are baking, napping, and spending time with family. She likes monkeys, homemade rolls, and the color yellow. She has traveled to Ecuador, Argentina, Mexico, and Canada, and currently resides in Orem, Utah with her husband Jorge. You can find more of her work online at emilyaddn.blogspot.com or on Instagram at @emilyncan.
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