Sun Chlorella by Lovey ..... Body Odor Forum
Date: 5/8/2005 2:19:29 AM ( 17 years ago ago)
I started taking Sun Chlorella 9 days ago. I went on a cruise to Alaska 5 days after starting Clorella and people didn't smell me = ) I went into the casino and started playing a game and a large growd literally standed over me and everybody acted normal and into the game....NO SMELL! = ) It was this wonderful throughout the cruise!
Not only that....dairy seems to make my smell a lot worse, but since there wasn't hardly anything to eat that I could have, I had mashed potatoes in almost every meal with butter and still I didn't smell. I also ate butter to put the chlorella to the test. It passed with flying colors! Infact, my skin looks healthier and more alive than before.
I went to two health seminars on the ship and they talked about how algae cleans the toxins out of the skin, which clears up cottage cheese, spider veins, etc! They said there are cells that are under the skin that protect it. The problems is that they become coated with toxins if you don't take care of your body right. The toxins build up around the cells and eventually causes you to be able to visially see cottage cheese and other abnormalities in the body, like water retention leading to weight gain. They also had this guy there who had a Masters Degree in health and he mentioned that people with digestive problems stink for the same reason. I couldn't believe he even knew about that considering doctors deny it. He said the ocean is kept clean by algae...And if algae can clean the entire ocean, imagine what it can to when it enters your body. It was amazing hearing this after just getting my amazing results with Sun Chlorella. Now I feel free. I've escaped my smell hopefully for good and I can start living my life! = )
I was already planning on buying a juicer, but now I am sure I want to so I can make myself sme wheatgrass drinks and really knock these toxins out.
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