Considered harmless in its natural isotope, radioactive uranium (usually U-235) is a deadly pollutant often found in the aftermath of nuclear accidents or nuclear war.
Foods that naturally bind with high levels of uranium are excellent candidates for removing radioactive uranium from the digestive tract.
Both Hawaiian Spirulina and Clean Chlorella happen to have two of the highest MCC levels ever documented for capturing uranium. This may be why both spirulina and chlorella have traditionally been used in areas devastated by nuclear accidents or atomic bombs.
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