Chlorella is a freshwater algae rich in many nutrients.
Chlorella is more expensive than spirulina due to the longer and more complicated production process. Its composition includes, among others, vitamins C, D, E and B vitamins. It is also a valuable source of: iron, calcium, zinc, phosphorus and iodine. It owes its dark green colour to the presence of chlorophyll.
Chlorella, thanks to the content of vitamin B12 and iron, is especially popular among vegetarians, vegans, pregnant women and active athletes. It contains more than twice as much nucleic acid and chlorophyll as spirulina, but less protein and a hint of beta-carotene.
Chlorella is the only green source of a nutrient called Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF). Thanks to CGF, it improves growth processes in children, maintains health in old age, heals injuries, and initiates growth where it has been stopped by disease or degeneration.
Due to one of the highest levels of chlorophyll, Chlorella is recommended for all ailments that require a cleansing, renewing and anti-inflammatory action, such as chlorophyll. The combination of the immune stimulating action of CGF and the antiviral effect of chlorophyll means that chlorella helps to heal many disorders related to the presence of viruses and fungi that rob the body of energy.
Composition: Powdered Chlorella
Dissolve a portion of the product, 5 g (1 scoop) in 100 ml of water, milk, juice, eat once a day, preferably after a meal, immediately after preparation.
Do not exceed recommended servings for consumption during the day. The product cannot be used by people who are allergic to any of its ingredients.
Another way to serve Chlorella is to add it to muesli, smoothies, desserts or salads.
Keep out of the reach of small children. Store in a dry place at room temperature in tightly closed containers.
Dietary supplements cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Remember that only a healthy lifestyle and a balanced diet ensure the proper functioning of the body and maintain good condition.