Profile: Our Japanese chlorella powder has a moderate algae flavor and is grown in concrete-lined ponds in Japan. Chlorella vulgaris is a single-celled algae that is thought to be one of the earliest living organisms on the planet. Chlorella is used in spice mixes, popcorn, and egg dishes and is known for its health benefits. Chlorella powder can also be encapsulated or tinctured and added to smoothies.
Blue-green algae called Arthrospira platensis is gathered and dried for its medicinal properties. The globe over, spirulina is grown and eaten as a food and nutrient source. Our organic spirulina powder can be used to season meals or blended into juices, smoothies, and green beverages.
In a pristine part of Japan, our Japanese chlorella powder is grown in concrete-lined ponds. When added to water, this chlorella powder has a milder algae flavor and produces a rich green brew.
Chlorella is a single-celled algae that some scientists say is one of the Earth's oldest living organisms, but it wasn't until the 1960s that Japanese scientists began researching it as a health supplement. Chlorella is well-known among natural health advocates as a good source of general nourishment. The outer cell wall of this chlorella has been shattered using a high-impact cryogenic jet-spray procedure, which pulverizes the algae's cell wall for improved digestion.
Spirulina has been a staple food for the indigenous populations of Mexico, Africa, and Asia for many years. Lakes and other inland bodies of water that are warm and alkaline are rife with blue-green algae. Gamma linolenic acid, an important fatty acid, is one of the 65 percent of amino acids in the plant's chemical composition (GLA). Spirulina is a well-liked dietary supplement for people who find it difficult to get enough calories and protein from diet alone, especially athletes who expend a lot of calories. This is because spirulina has a high concentration of amino acids. Spirulina is a great source of many additional nutrients, including many necessary vitamins and minerals, in addition to amino acids. Spirulina's nutritional benefits are undeniable, but research into its potential medicinal advantages is still in progress.
NOTICE: DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT IF PREGNANT OR NURSING.
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|Shelf Life:||2 Years.|
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