Chlorella is a class of single-celled green algae that grows naturally in fresh water, on the surface of soil and tree trunks around the world.
The very name “chlorella” comes from the Greek word “chloros”, which means “greenish-yellow”. And this is not surprising, growing, chlorella paints reservoirs in a bright green color due to the high content of chlorophyll.
Chlorella contains such macro-and microelements as: calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, copper, organic iron, sulfur, zinc, manganese, and chlorella cells are rich in iodine.
In this green algae there are a lot of B vitamins, the content of pantothenic acid with chlorella is not comparable to any of the natural sources.
The most interesting thing is that chlorella itself produces a large amount of vitamins, including B12, a lack of which is often experienced by raw foodists, vegans and vegetarians. The amino acid analysis revealed 40 amino acids, including all essential ones.
Chlorella has a beneficial effect on the human body.
- a Strong antioxidant. Rejuvenates the body and cells, keeping them young: the spectrum of carotenoids protects the body from the action of free radicals.
- Cleanses the body and supplies it with vital substances: consumption of Chlorella has strong cleansing properties. That is why it is so necessary for the body’s detoxification programs: sporopollenin binds toxic substances that are then excreted. Chlorella also reduces the level of toxic metals in the body: uranium and cadmium.
- Boosts immunity: Chlorella, part of Chlorella, strengthens the immune system, contributing to the production of interferon. Helps reduce the likelihood of infections such as acute respiratory infections and acute respiratory infections.
- It has an anti-cancer effect and is used in the complex therapy of oncological diseases.
- It helps with diabetes, as well as dysbiosis and candidiasis.
- Chlorophyll has an anti-inflammatory effect and accelerates the healing of damaged tissues, reduces inflammation and allergies.
- Promotes proper digestion. Chlorellin is a natural antibiotic with an antibacterial effect, preserves the intestinal microflora.
- It is suitable for people with liver diseases and those who want to restore the liver after alcohol abuse.
- It has an anti-stress effect, as it contains tryptophan-an amino acid from which serotonin is formed – the hormone of joy and happiness. In the evening, it turns into melatonin, which promotes healthy sleep.
- Strengthens the heart and blood vessels, lowers cholesterol.
- Contains a lot of digestible calcium.
The recommended daily serving of chlorella is 3 to 5 grams. One tablet weighs 0.25 grams. Usually, by consuming 5 grams a day, a person will be able to experience significant changes in digestion, energy levels and overall health. In the first month, it is recommended to take it twice a day. With the start of taking chlorella, you should increase the amount of water consumed per day. Chlorella can be taken at any time of the day, but it is especially useful in the morning on an empty stomach.
Composition: chlorella, calcium stearate (tableting component). Non-GMO.
Energy value per 100 g of product: 326 kcal/1364 kJ.
Nutritional value per 100 g of product: protein-56 g, fat-6 g, carbohydrates-11 g.
Recommended use: 3 tablets 3 times a day before meals.
Storage conditions: store at a temperature of 0 C to + 25 C and a relative humidity of not more than 75%.
Shelf life: 2 years from the date of manufacture.