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What exactly is chlorella?
Chlorella is a one cell water plant.  It’s a very small bit of algae.  It is the green coating on found on ponds that grows in slow moving watery areas. 

What is Chlorella used for?
Chlorella has the unusual ability to pick up & hold heavy metals (such as mercury) and carry them out of the body. Heavy metals, if left in the body, can be very detrimental.

What is the recommended dosage of Chlorella?
The recommended dosage of Chlorella is approximately 3 grams per day, which equals 10 tablets (300 mg each) for approximately 3 months.  

Can Chlorella be taken on an empty stomach?
We have never heard of any problems taking chlorella on an empty stomach.

What are the ingredients in Chlorella?
Chlorella vulgaris powder, magnesium stearate (anti-clumping agent) & Silicic acid. 

How does E-Lye Chlorella differ than others on the market?
Most other chlorella is grown in regular ponds & is exposed to whatever debris flies over, or is blown into, the pond.  E-Lyte Chlorella is grown in glass tubes inside of a glass building and is totally free of contamination. It is a patented process that is safe & absolutely pure.  To our knowledge, ours is the only Chlorella available that is manufactured this way.

Are there any side effects from taking Chlorella? 
Not to our knowledge.

What are the capsules made of?
E-Lyte chlorella is sold in tablet form, not in capsules.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are for educational purposes only.  These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any illness, disease, or condition.


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