Chlorella and Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism

  • Joints
  • Thyroid

I have been suffering from Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism for 8 years, food intolerances,osteoarthritis and musculotendinous pain as well as sleep disorders.

At the end of May 2011, I started a detox cure for my heavy metal poisoning (Klinghartd protocol). With large doses of chlorella powder (about 18 g in 3 doses per day, associated with bear garlic and coriander in mother tincture). All this over a period of about 3 months, then the same thing but with 12 g in 2 intakes/day until today. In the first results obtained, I felt my physical form improving as well as my morale: the impression to find my joy of living.

After several months (about 6 months) I realized that I did not have my usual winter colds and illnesses: nothing, no flu, no gastro etc! Yet everyone around me was getting sick.

Since this spring, my muscular pains and contractures are 3 times less important and I forget to go to my physio and osteo sessions.

My osteoarthritis has been forgotten (I have been taking Chondrosulf since December) but I feel that my ground is much less inflammatory than before.

I have the impression that I am going back in time and I can see that I am in better shape than some of my colleagues of my age (I am almost 59).

I have not tested my intoxication to heavy metals since the beginning of this cure but I am sure that my organism works better and that makes me want to continue: because frankly, who would want to stop when finally there is no more pain and that one feels better in his body and his head?

This improvement of my physical condition encourages me to continue in this research and I have resumed a gymnastic activity in addition to my daily walk; I have also stopped my (very modest) consumption of wine and, for dietetic and environmental reasons, I am also thinking of reducing my consumption of meat.

This chlorella cure has become a daily gesture that I am not ready to stop…!


Anonymous, 18 March 2015
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