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Ten také slouží k ukládání studentských seminárních prací z předmětu Cosmetology, který je vyučován na 1. lékařské fakultě Univerzity Karlovy.

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  1. Jeevanjit Kaur Dhillon says:

    Jeevanjit Kaur Dhillon (Group 1055)
    Usage of freshwater algae for regeneration and detoxification of the body (spirulina,chorella,etc)

    When the term algae is used in todays modern society in refers to simple eukaryotic organisms, which can either be unicellular or multicellular and have their pigments localized in membrane-bounded intracellular bodies (plastids), have no vascular system, and do not develop from an embryo. Algae are a diverse group of organisms that exist in various shapes and sizes and have different ecological roles. Millions of species of algae exist in either freshwater or marine water. These species of algae are inconspicuous and do not cause any harm to humans and is often used in the line of cosmetology. The most commonly encountered groups of freshwater algae are green algae, diatoms, blue-green algae, spirulina and chlorella. Spirulina and chlorella are subgroups of green algae which are most commonly used for regeneration and detoxification.
    Spirulina is unique as it contains the rare blue pigment phycocyanin, a powerful antioxidant that protects cells from damage. Studies show that spirulina activates the immune system to prevent the progression and spread of cancer cells. Research on viral infections and allergies shows that spirulina holds promise in treating illnesses such as AIDS, herpes, and influenza. What is so special about this certain type of algae that allows for the name as “natures super algae” ? Unlike the tough cellulose of other plants, spirulina has a unique cell structure of easily digestible sugars and amino acids. Therefore it has the ability to sink cholesterol and triglycerides, helping to prevent atherosclerosis and related conditions of stroke and heart attacks.
    Other benefits of spirulina is that it is an extremely healthy option for vegetarians as it consists of more protein than red meat itself. If you’re a vegetarian, you may turn to plant-protein sources such as nuts, beans, lentils, and soy products. . None of the above-mentioned sources of protein compare to the protein punch delivered by spirulina which is actually shocking news for most vegetarians out there as they probably should be more aware of these facts.
    Spirulina is an excellent source of vital amino acids and minerals which are easily assimilated by your body.
    Other extremely important factors of spirulina are its ability to help save million of lives in Bangladesh due to arsenic poisoning due to the toxic waste released in the waters. It also helps to balance blood pressure and help normalize cholesterol and naturally lowers the risk of stroke.
    Secondly, chlorella algae is a single-celled, green freshwater algae with a high affinity for binding heavy metals and other toxic substances, thus lending itself to the detox process. Chlorella is used as a healing agent both interally and externally. Physicians, traditional healers, and nutritionists recommend the use of micronized chlorella algae to fight a broad spectrum of lifestyle diseases. Micronized chlorella has the extraordinary ability to stimulate the body’s own healing and detox powers.
    Chlorella stimulates the growth process and is therefore ideal for children, particularly when mental and physical growth has been slowed or hindered. Chlorella strengthens the body’s metabolism as a whole, and the proof of an improved state of health can be observed in the regeneration of hair and nails. It has enormous reproductive capacity, and can, in fact, quadruple its population in 20 hours.

    Other uses of chlorella are against vascular disease, cancer, liver and kidney disease, high blood pressure, arthritis, digestive disorders, diabetes, skin problems, weakened immune system and ADHD and hyperactivity. Chlorella invigorates the body’s metabolism and aids in the repair and recovery of damaged tissues, if it can be digested and assimilated- which is only possible with the micronized form which is the main reason why it may be used in aiding many of the listed diseases.
    In conclusion, spirulina and chlorella are two separate micro-algae organisms which have existed on earth since the dawn of time. Both are revered as powerful superfoods in many traditional societies, and today are more relevant than ever for achieving overall health and well-being.

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