Proteins, vitamins and minerals, omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, polysaccharides, phytonutrients, carotenoids, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, and a partridge in a pear tree (nearly)—Chlorella is a single-cell suitcase packed for a lifelong vacay.
Gastroenterologists assure us that passing wind up to 25 times a day is quite normal. Not that they would choose to be sharing your elevator when all this normalcy is being dispensed. How to turn down the gas? We know—you're asking for a friend.
Plants are medicine, and we’ve discovered about 15% of the species inhabiting Earth. What this means (among other things) is that the medicinal potential of all the undiscovered plant species, from the highest mountain ranges to the deepest, blackest reaches of the ocean, is almost unimaginable. Climate change may be about to sweep all those potential cures away.
Our primal chemical pleasures, buoyant good moods, and general sense of empathetic well-beingoriginate in the bowel to a large degree. Seriously. This is a feel-good phenomenon the Hallmark Corporation is at pains to monetize with a colorful series of bowel-themed greeting cards. We wish them luck.
Sinatra never sang about the large intestine—not that we know of, anyway. But like Frankie's beloved NYC, your gut is a crowded microbial metropolis whose tiny and pugnacious citizens whistle for taxis, order takeout at 3 in the morning, and generally live the high life. When jackasses from out of town show up to bring disorder, our bacterial buddies swarm and conquer, thanks to Inulin. Talk about a city that never sleeps!