Are all chlorella or other algae the same?
Can Abeille d’Or chlorella replace vegetables?
Could we take chlorella while on medication?
How does Abeille d’Or Chlorella compare to spirulina?
How long after taking chlorella do we begin to see the effectiveness?
Is it suitable for children, pregnant women, or even infants?
We see CGF as 1 of the content in Abeille d’Or Chlorella, what is CGF?
CGF (Chlorella Growth Factor) is a nucleotide-peptide complex derived from a hot water extract of chlorella. It is made mostly of nucleic acid derivatives. Researchers have discovered that CGF is produced to promote the reproduction rate of chlorella. Experiments show that CGF promotes faster growth without adverse side effects, and it appears to enhance RNA/DNA functions responsible for the production of proteins, enzymes, and energy at the cellular level, stimulating tissue repair and protecting cells against some toxic substances.
As people age, cell processes slow down. The cell wall, which regulates fluids, intake of nutrients and expulsion of wastes, becomes less functional. Nutrient intake is less efficient and more toxic wastes remain in the cells. This leads to an increasingly acidic condition in the body that favors many kinds of chronic and degenerative diseases.
When we have a sufficient intake of foods rich in DNA and RNA to protect our own cellular nucleic acids, the cell wall continues to function efficiently, keeping the cell clean and well-nourished. When our RNA and DNA are in good repair and able to function most efficiently, our bodies are able to use nutrients more effectively, get rid of toxins, and avoid disease. Cells are able to repair themselves, and the energy level and vitality of the whole body is raised.
* Dr. Benjamin Frank, author of The No-Aging Diet, suggests that human RNA/DNA production slows down progressively as people age, resulting in lower levels of vitality and increased vulnerability to various diseases. Before chlorella was known to be a remarkable source of nucleic acids, Dr. Frank recommended a diet rich in nucleic acids to counter this “aging” process.
*Dr. Minchinori Kimura of Japan found levels of 1O% RNA and 3% DNA in Chlorella, which would make chlorella the highest-known food substance in nucleic acids. Used regularly, chlorella would assist in the repair of damaged genetic material in human cells, protecting the health and slowing down the aging process. Nucleic acids in digestion and assimilation are broken down and combined with other nutrients such as vitamin B-12, peptides and polysaccharides. That means that the DNA and RNA we eat do not directly replace human cellular DNA and RNA, but their amino acid combinations after digestion and assimilation immediately provide the “building blocks” for the repair of our genetic material. CGF content in Abeille d’Or Chlorella (about 20%) is one of the highest compared to most other algae products in the market which normally only carry 3% to 5% CGF.