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Chlorella Vulgaris available in Chiang Mai Thailand

Chlorella is a single celled algae that grows in fresh water ponds and lakes. Its colour is a bright rich green, due to its high measure of chlorophyl

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July 18, 2013 (FPRC) -- Chlorella is a single celled algae that grows in fresh water ponds and lakes. Its colour is a bright rich green, due to its high amount of chlorophyll. Fossil proof has shown this ancient superfoods origin to be 3 billion years ago! This makes it one of the original foods on planet Earth.

The name Chlorella is interpreted from the Greek chloros, meaning green, and the Latin diminutive suffix ella, meaning tiny.

The subsequent health benefits of chlorella vulgaris are those that have been backed up by scientific studies and research. In the area of nutrition there is lots of health and nutrition statements that may or may not be true. It was the intent to search through the various studies and pull out the positive aspects of chlorella vulgaris that appeared the most confirmed.

It is an attractive potential food source because it is high in protein and other essential nutrients; when dried, it is about 46% protein, 20% fat, 20% carbohydrate, 4% fibre, and 10% minerals, and vitamins. Mass-production techniques are now being used to grow it in big man-made circular ponds. It is also plentiful in calories, fat, and vitamins.

As a consequence of its unique ability to bind with mercury, lead, and cadmium, the alga (chlorella vulgaris) has become increasing popular as a heavy metal "detoxifier". Studies indicate that chlorella (vulgaris etc.) displays a outstanding capability to (safely) draw these dangerous metals from the gut and intestinal tract (where they tend to build up). Like blue-green algae, clinical studies on Chlorella suggest effects including polychlorinated dibenzodioxins detoxification in humans, and animals, healing from radiation exposure in animals, and the capability to lower high blood pressure, lower serum cholesterol levels, accelerate wound healing, and boost immune functions in humans.

Broken cell wall chlorella often comes as a dried powder. This can be easily mixed into shakes, fruit drinks, salad dressings, and other recipes. If you do not enjoy the taste of chlorella in your meals then you can also purchase it as chlorella capsules. This may be the easiest way to make sure to consume it daily and enjoy the various chlorella benefits.

It is estimated that more than 7 million men and women in Japan consume Chlorella everyday and proves it to be a extremely powerful nutritional "all-in-one-formula" whole food for a continuously increasing number of pleased consumers.

Chlorella is a real superfood, offering a multitude of positive aspects that significantly outweigh most foods.

Through the inclusion of chlorella to our diet plan, the possibility to cure and repair the body on numerous levels, including the fundamental cellular level.

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