Chlorella Powder - Thin Cell Wall (1 lb)

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This specialized strain of raw Chlorella algae has a thin cell wall allowing it to be easily digested. It is aseptically grown in closed stainless steel tanks completely eliminating the possibility of contamination from outside sources including microbes, pollution, toxic substances, and heavy metals. The thin cell wall increases digestibility by 80-90%+ over that of normal chlorella. This naturally thin cell wall chlorella powder does not need to undergo a separate process to break the cell wall which, can potentially damage the nutritional content. A secondary advantage of the advanced pure tank cultivation is that the chlorella has a naturally improved taste and smell when compared to those grown in open ponds. This strain is especially rich in chlorella growth factor (CGF) as well as vitamins, minerals, chlorophyll, beta-carotene, and other phytonutrients. Our raw thin cell wall chlorella contains absolutely no added binders, fillers, or flow agents.

If you are looking for a supplement to maintain overall health with additional cleansing properties, you'll want to add thin cell wall raw Chlorella to your nutritional program. Chlorella is an emerald green, single-celled freshwater microalgae widely recognized as one of the most potent nutritional whole foods on Earth. Each chlorella cell is a self-sufficient organism with all the plant's life functions taking place inside the cell. The result - an unusually high concentration of important nutrients. This tiny plant contains the highest known quantity of chlorophyll within a natural source. Chlorophyll is the 'green blood' of all plant life and has a chemical structure very similar to our own red blood molecules. Chlorophyll supports the transportation of oxygen around the blood supply and builds the red blood cell count. It nourishes and purifies the blood stream, kidneys, liver and bowel. Scientists and medical professionals have long recognized the importance of chlorophyll in the diet as a possible bowel supporting agent and natural deodorant, and topically as a wound-healer. Many green foods are good sources of chlorophyll, but results of recent laboratory tests show that Chlorella has more than five times more milligrams of chlorophyll per serving than wheat grass, twelve times more than barley and nearly 10 times more than alfalfa.

Advantages of our advanced pure tank cultivation method:

● High Digestibility / Thin Cell Wall
● Aseptically cultivated
● Consistently superior quality
● High CGF (Chlorella Growth Factor)
● Improved taste, color & smell
● Free of contaminants & heavy metals

Nutrients found in Chlorella:

● Known as the richest natural source of chlorophyll - deep cleansing
● More than 20 bioavailable (easy to digest) vitamins & minerals
● Rich in Beta-Carotene a powerful antioxidant that fights free radicals
● 19 amino acids - essential for tissue and cell regeneration
● Greater quantity of fatty acids than Spirulina or wild blue green algae
● 60% superior protein - three times the amount of steak or fish
● Contains most components of the vitamin B complex, especially B12, making Chlorella a recommended supplement for vegetarians

Some possible traditional uses of Raw Thin Cell Wall Chlorella Powder may include:

● May support a healthy immune system response
● Friendly bacteria growth is encouraged supporting your digestion
● Excellent for purifying
● May support a healthy PH level - essential for good health
● Possible Antiviral properties help to protect you from infection
● Broad spectrum nutrition that may support healthy energy levels
● Supporting healthy weight loss if you are dieting
● A natural deodorant, Chlorella helps to freshen your breath
● A good bowel cleansing agent that improves the overall digestive tract

Suggested Use: One teaspoon twice daily.

Botanical Name: Chlorella vulgaris

Other Names: Algue Verte d’Eau Douce, Bulgarian Chlorella, Bulgarian Green Algae, Chinese Chlorella, Chlorella Algae, Chlorelle, Clorela, Freshwater Green Algae, Freshwater Seaweed, Green Alga, Green Algae.

Ingredients: Thin Cell Wall Chlorella Powder

Origin: South Korea

Z Natural Foods strives to offer the best raw organic non-GMO products available. Our Thin Cell Wall Chlorella powder passes our strict quality assurance which includes testing for botanical identity, heavy metals, chemicals, and microbiological contaminants. offers raw Chlorella powder packaged in airtight stand-up, resealable foil pouches for optimum freshness. Once opened, just push the air out of the pouch before resealing it in order to preserve maximum potency. Keep your raw Thin Cell Wall Chlorella in a cool, dark, dry place.


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