A Chlorella é uma fonte vegana de B12, ferro e zinco, tem fortes propriedades quelantes para metais pesados, reforça o sistema imunitário, reduz o colesterol e o risco de anemia.

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Escrito por: Milos Pokimica em Agosto 3, 2023

Revisto Clinicamente Por: Dr. Xiùying Wáng, M.D.

Atualizado em 12 de janeiro de 2024
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Milos Pokimica é médico de medicina natural, nutricionista clínico, escritor de saúde e nutrição médica, e conselheiro em ciências nutricionais. Autor da série de livros Go Vegan? Revisão de Ciênciaopera também o website de saúde natural GoVeganWay.com

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