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PhillyLyme
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I am planing to start a detox program and Chlorella was one of the items that keeps comming up but I wonder since most of it comes from Japon if there are any source that ensures it is radiation free?
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I was told that biopure is radiation free. That's what I use and really like it.
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new chapter sells all natural organic supplements.

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diagnosed with MS, 1988-Diagnosed with Lyme Disease 2009. Also babesia and bartonella.
Currently not on antibiotics. Taking Metalloclear for high lead and mercury since October 2012. Rifing since June 2012

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PhillyLyme
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But where does it come from
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Tammy N.
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King Chlorella. I contacted the company last year and they reassured that they had enough "raw product" to produce 2 year's worth of their supplement. In the meantime, they are working on a new source.

Also, I would completely trust Biopure.

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PhillyLyme
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Thanks all...

Tammy I see 2 King Chlorella. One by NutriCology and one by Allergy Research Group. Which one are you using

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glm1111
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Wheatgrass Juice produced here in this country is another good option. www.evergreenjuices.com

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Tammy N.
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I've used both... from what I understand, they are both the same company....one was suppose to be for practitioners and the other for regular retail.
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http://www.mountainroseherbs.com

Mountain Rose Herbs -- all kinds of greens powders but also see red stuff like Hibiscus Flower powder to make your own splendid beverage.

Excellent group - in Oregon.

I just emailed them and their reply states they have strict & multiple controls regarding the purity of their products, specifically regarding effects from the disaster in Japan.
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I was listening to a radio program about Fukishima. The host said he has a geiger counter & he tried it on some green tea & it was radioactive! I think he bought it in Nevada or Texas...

So, this is a big issue. I bought King Chlorela. I used to take the Japanese kind.

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