(Chlorella) - the algae from a group of green algae. Chlorella is a single-celled algae that creates colonies in nature. Chlorella is rich in proteins (60-66%), sugars (5.4 g / 100 g), fats (6-12.8 g / 100 g), chlorophyll (1875 mg / 100), vitamin A (32-50.000 iu / 100g), vitamin E (8.2-22 mg / 100 g), xanthophyll (138 mg / 100), inositol 120 mg, vitamin B1 (1.78 mg / 100 g), vitamin B2 (6.32 mg) ), vitamin B6 (1.40 mg), vitamin B12 (0.28 mg), vitamin PP (23.6 mg), vitamin B5 (1.10 mg), folic acid (1.03 mg), vitamin K ( 2.27 mg), vitamin H (0.20 mg), vitamin C (25 mg), calcium (183 mg), potassium (1020 mg), magnesium (265 mg), iron (185 mg), zinc (38 mg)/100 g).
It has a nourishing effect, stimulates tissue regeneration and detoxification processes. It has diuretic, antiatherogenic and immunostimulating effects.
It supports the development of useful intestinal microflora and their normal peristalsis. Chlorelin contained in Chlorella works as a natural antibiotic. It destroys pathogenic bacteria while supporting the growth and spread of friendly bacterial flora. Lactobacillus, included in chlorella, that is the most desired bacteria in the bowel and multiplies four times faster. This algae affect the formation of blood, supports the activity of white blood cells and cleanses the blood. Chlorella is currently the richest source of chlorophyll. Chlorophyll, the structural structure of the molecule, is similar to haemoglobin. It has a positive effect on the formation of red blood cells, which is used to treat anaemia. In addition, chlorophyll has an antibacterial effect, stabilises blood pressure, strengthens the heart muscle and accelerates the wound healing process. Chlorella alga helps neutralise free radicals and rejuvenates the body. By slowing down the oxidation of cells and the elimination of free radicals, it prevents premature ageing. The removal of free radicals is also important in the prevention of cancer. The Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF) accelerates tissue regeneration, cell division and growth. It improves the quality and condition of the skin. It supports the general regeneration of the body. Chlorella accelerates the healing process of wounds (incl. post-operative wounds), tissue regeneration and mental weakness accompanying the recovery time. Chlorella reduces the acidity of the body's internal environment. The development of acidosis can occur in the course of many diseases such as diabetes, alcohol poisoning, kidney disease (renal failure) and gastrointestinal tract, lung, and cardiovascular system. The best way to counteract acidosis is to eat food rich in chlorophyll. Chlorella is one of the best options. It lowers cholesterol level, prevents atherosclerosis. Chlorella binds cholesterol, allowing the bowel to eliminate its excess. In the case of hypocholesterolemia, chlorella promotes the synthesis of cholesterol in the body.