Chlorella Vulgaris and Chlorella pyrenoidosa are the kinds most often used for consumption by people. They are single-cell green algae found in freshwater.
Its name is a blend of the ancient Greek “chlorros” (green) and the Latin diminutive suffix “ella”. Chlorella is a source of complete proteins, vitamin E, vitamins from B group (incl.)
Chlorella has been existing on our planet for at least two million years, but only in the recent decades has it become the subject of in-depth studies about its useful properties and nutritional qualities.
Vitamin B12 in the form of methylcobalamin), growth factors, chlorophyll, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, zinc, iodine, omega 3 fatty acids (ALA , DHA, EPA), beta-carotene, mucopolysaccharides, nucleic acids (RNA, DNA), enzymes (chlorophyllase and pepsin).
Chlorella is sometimes used as an alternative medication for the prevention of oncological diseases, for enhancing the action of vaccines, and for increasing the number of white blood cells.
A quite specific and important quality of chlorella is its ability to build and restore nerve tissues, whose health is important for the prevention of a number of degenerative diseases such as MS, Alzheimer's disease, sciatica, Parkinson's disease and others.
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