So many Superfoods to choose from, which is best?
Wheatgrass Vs. Chlorella Vs. Spirulina Vs. Barley Grass
Wheatgrass, chlorella, spirulina and barley grass are all plants that can be taken as supplements, pills or in juice form. But which is better?
Certain health claims of wheatgrass include helping the immune system fight off infections and colds, improving joint pain, skin disorders and constipation. Wheatgrass is high in vitamins, minerals and fiber. It can be used as a serving of vegetables, and it is commonly juiced to a drinkable liquid. It can also be sold in pill form, juice or liquid extract.
Chlorella is also called green algae and is commonly used in Japan to treat a variety of health conditions including cancer and strengthening the immune system. Chlorella is a single-celled alga that contains a high amount of chlorophyll, which is used by plants to convert light to energy. As it is a single cell organism it is easier for the body to assimilate.
Spirulina is a blue green algae that is available in pills, powder or flakes. Spirulina is high in vitamins, minerals, carotenoids and protein. According to experts, spirulina may help boost the immune system.
Barley grass is made from the young green leaves of the barley plant. Barley grass may assist in lowering cholesterol, as it is rich in fibre.
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