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A refreshing lemonade by Kristin Dahl with powerhouse Chlorella. Chlorella is an excellent food to help gently detox the body of heavy metals and toxins, which can be especially helpful after being places with bad pollution or smoke as many of us have experienced this year during this year's fires. The perfect beverage before it gets too cold!

This hydrating and zesty drink is the perfect refined sugar-free alternative to traditional lemonade. Chlorella offers a boost of chlorophyll as well as the gentle detoxification of heavy metals. It’s also rich in iron, loaded with antioxidants and high in other essential vitamins, making it one of the most nutrient-dense superfoods available. Enjoyed this lemonade iced or warm all year long for an alkaline energy & immune boost! 

Ingredients & Benefits

Chlorella These algae contains many nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and omega-3 fats. It helps to support the body through boosting immune function, hormone function, and cardiovascular health. It also may help the body detox by binding to heavy metals and other toxins. 

Lemon Juice - Although acidic in nature, lemons produce an alkalizing effect in the body. They aid in digestion, detoxification, and support liver function while boosting energy and relieving belly bloating. 

Raw Honey - Rich in antioxidants, phytonutrients, and enzymes, honey also has antiseptic, antibiotic, and antimicrobial properties. Similar to bee pollen, local honey exposes our bodies to some of the pollen in the area and may help the body build up a tolerance to local allergens, making it an amazing natural antihistamine. 

Ginger - Ginger is great for improving digestion, relieving gastric upset, and reducing inflammation. 

It’s a natural anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic, helps to prevent infections, improves circulation, and aids in digestive function. 

Chlorella Lemonade


½ tsp. Chlorella

1 organic lemon, juiced 

½ - 1 tsp. raw honey

filtered spring water or sparkling mineral water 

ice and lemon wedges for serving 


1 tsp. fresh grated Ginger



Combine Chlorella, lemon juice and raw honey in a glass using a whisk until smooth.

Add ice and lemon wedges. Fill the glass with water of choice and stir well. 

Sip and enjoy this refreshing and ultra-hydrating tonic. 


Top with grated ginger.

Photos Courtesy of Kristin Dahl

Click here for Kristin Dahl's Seasonal White Dragon Matcha recipe.

Kristin Dahl

Kristin Dahl is a Los Angeles based nutritionist, herbalist, and women’s
wellness educator whose teachings emanate from her extensive education in
holistic healing, Ayurveda, herbal medicine, plant-based cooking, and
functional nutrition. Her book, The Art of Wellness, co-written with Olympic
Gold Medalist Stephanie Rice, has gained global attention for its integrative
guidance on health and wellness. Kristin’s approach merges the practical and
spiritual, educating and empowering individuals to take preventative steps
and make lasting change. Visit her websites:; + Instagram : @kristindahlnutrition