Ingredients Glossary

Chlorella

ChlorellaBotanical name: Chlorella vulgaris

Alternative Names
Chlorella seaweed

Chlorella has been consumed in the diet for centuries in countries such as Japan, China, and Korea. Chlorella has been found to contain substantial amounts of lipids, including fatty acids and particularly polyunsaturated fatty acids, protein, chlorophyll, carotenoids, vitamins and vitamin K, minerals, antioxidants and unique pigments.

Traditional Use/Functions:
Chlorella has been used as a natural source of nutrients including proteins, vitamins and minerals, as a tonic to support general health.

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