Chlorella is a type of algae that grows in fresh water. It's sometimes called seaweed. It's used for nutrition and as medicine. Chlorella is a good source of protein, fats, carbohydrates, fiber, chlorophyll, vitamins, and minerals. Most of the chlorella that is available in the U.S. is grown in Japan or Taiwan. It's made into tablets and liquid extracts.GET A QUOTE
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1.What is Chlorella?
Chlorella is a genus of about thirteen species of single-celled green algae belonging to the division Chlorophyta which is green powder and smells like fresh sea-algae, without unpleasant smell.
The cells are spherical in shape, about 2 to 10 μm in diameter, and are without flagella.
Their chloroplasts contain the green photosynthetic pigments chlorophyll-a and -b.
In ideal conditions cells of Chlorella multiply rapidly, requiring only carbon dioxide, water, sunlight, and a small amount of minerals to reproduce.
2.How Chlorella Works
Chlorella is a food source because it is high in protein and other essential nutrients; when dried, it is about 45% protein, 20% fat, 20% carbohydrate, 5% fiber, and 10% minerals and vitamins.
Mass-production methods are now being used to cultivate it in large man-made circular ponds. It is commonly used as a superfood and can be found as an ingredient in certain liquid-based cocktails.
When first harvested, Chlorella was suggested as an inexpensive protein supplement to the human diet. Advocates sometimes focus on other supposed health benefits of the algae, such as claims of weight control, cancer prevention, and immune system support.
3.Benefits and Uses
Help Get Rid of Toxins
Keep Your Immune System Strong
Boost Your Brain Power
Keep Your Heart Pumping
Reduce Aches and Pains
Boost Your Energy
Give You Glowing, Beautiful Skin
Ease Digestion Issues
Promote a Healthy Liver
Stabilize Blood Sugar