What is Chlorella ?

Chlorella is a single-celled, water-grown algae

Chlorella is a single-celled, water-grown algae that consist primarily of a nucleus and a large amount of directly available chlorophyll, a nutrient vital to the health of our bodies. Chlorella contains more chlorophyll per gram than any other plant in the world. Chlorella is a whole food and a terrific source of protein.
It is extremely rich in vitamins, minerals, amino acids, essential fatty acids, polysaccharides, and a host of other beneficial compounds.
Content of Broken Cell Wall Chlorella

Benefits of Chlorella

Chlorella is the highest known food source of RNA at 10% and contains digestive enzymes, such as chlorophyllase and pepsin. Containing 60% pure digestible protein, Chlorella is also one of the highest sources of protein on the planet - far exceeding that of animal products like beef, chicken and fish, which are only 18-30% protein.

Chlorella contains vitamins C and E, an array of B vitamins, amino acids, folic acid, beta-carotene and lysine. It is extremely rich in iron and calcium.

Supporting heavy metal detoxification as well as fat loss, chlorella provides support to the entire body, particularly to the endocrine, cardiovascular, and digestive systems.

Chlorella contains a number of antioxidant benefits, supporting healthy immune function as well as promoting a healthy youthful vigor and vitality. In addition, it supports healthy glucose and cholesterol levels. More about Health Benefits