By Bob McCauley, ND
One student wrote me:
Hello there Bob
I was reading your blog on Chlorella and Warferin just yesterday, but being in the UK, I wasn’t sure how old it was?
I’m in recovery from an extensive full leg DVT, which occurred last August, due to what we think was hormone replacement therapy!
I’m on my feet and much better, and now off Warferin, but on Aspirin!
I was wondering Chlorella being so high in Vitamin K, can i take it if im on low dose Aspirin, or would it work better for my blood on its own?
I’ve read the amazing reviews of Chlorella and really would love to try it as i have no energy after gaining so much weight due to the blood clot and really want to get back to normal! I feel taking Aspirin, long term, can only be more risky than a natural product?
Can you offer advice ?
All green foods have Vit. K – including chlorella. When you start putting anything in your body that is not natural it creates imbalances in the body that lead to disease. Warferin (aka, Coumadin) is completely unnatural so it interferes with nutrients found in natural foods such as those found in chlorella; then the manufacturer claims that certain nutrients found in the natural whole food interferes with the drug when in fact it’s the other way around.
Nature, and natural foods it produces, leads to health. Medicine, doled out by doctors, does not lead to health. Medical professionals are enablers that promulgate disease by failing to encourage people to change their diet to one of more raw fruits and vegetables while discouraging those that cause disease, i.e. cooked foods. In short, doctors know not what they do.