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Chlorella is a one-cell alga which is very popular in Japan right now as it has a very positive effect on your health and digestion. It is a matter of time that it will be popular in Europe as well. Below you can find details of suppliers/growers of this powerful plant which has many benefits and grows very fast.


Chlorella is a one-cell alga, which exists already more than 2 milliard years on this earth. A Dutch Scientist, Mr. M.W. Beijerinck, found this alga in the year 1890. He called the alga Chlorella, Chloros (Green) because of the colour and Ella (small) because the shape if the alga is very small. The shape of Chlorella is a ball with its diameter of 2-10 micrometer and it grows in fresh water. The study on Chlorella started during the period of the first and Second World War and continued in U.S.A. and later in Japan. A dried Chlorella cell contains more than 50 % protein, a very high Chlorophyll value and a life activating material called CGF (Chlorella Growth Factor). Is has been shown that the CGF that are existing in the Cell walls can bind with heavy metals like lead, mercury and cadmium and therefore have a cleansing function. Therefore, since 1970 the demand for Chlorella has been growing.

Spirulina is a multiple cell algae, spiral form plant which grows in salt water. Dried powder of spirulina appears the same as Chlorella because of the green colour, but the difference in shape can be perceived easily through a microscope. The higher content of protein in Spirulina attracts the interest from the people however spirulina does not contain CGF.

Is top quality, because we use the Dark culturing method. Bright Culturing = open site culturing (outside), is used in Taiwan, Indonesia, China and south of Japan. The quality of the product here is dependent on the temperature and other influences of the weather, like rain (acid, and other things brought by the rain), pollution of other plants, animals and bacteria. This is due to the fact that culturing takes place outside. This method is less productive and cheaper. Dark culturing = inside, (the rooms are closed) is used by Daesang and in the Northern part of Japan. It is a complete hygienic, stabile process with a constant production.

VITAMINS: A (58.900Iu/100 gr.), B1, B2, B6, C, E (22.8mg/100 gr), carotene, folic acid, biotin, inositol, choline

MINERALS: Calcium, Iron, Phosphor, Sodium, Potassium, Zinc, Copper, Magnesium and Urea

AMINO ACIDS: Arginine, Lysine, Histidine, Phenylalanine, Typosine, Leucine, Isoleucine, Methionine, Valine, Alanine, Glycine, Proline, Glutamic-acid, Serine, Threonine, Aspartic acid, Tryptophane and Cystine.

FATTY ACIDS: 12.8mg/100 gr., unsaturated fatty acids 72.1%, saturated fatty acids 21.2%.
Energy 1.578 kJ (374 Kcal)
Carbohydrates 5.4 gr., fat 12.8gritamine: A (58,900IU/p100gram) B1, B2, B6, C, E (22.8mg/p100gram),

Our body needs vitamins, minerals and trace elements to stay healthy. Without sufficient required nutritional tissue a healthy body cannot stay alive. A lot of diseases exist due to insufficient nourishment, air and water pollution, toxic and stress. Research shows every time again that disease’s and dicease-like processes are always a consequence of insufficiency of required nutritional tissue.

We are often living too fast, the time flies and the rhythm of eating healthy is already quickly broken. Nutritional supplements are widely respected and in the medical world the supporting side effect of it together with a treatment are accepted.

There are a few known green nutritional supplements, like spirulina,wheat grass, and barley. One of the most remarkable from the green nutritional supplements is without a doubt CHLORELLA! Chlorella is not a medicine. It is a plant, which belongs to the family of the micro-algae. Chlorella does not kill viruses or microbes, every Chlorella cell contains proteins like fibres, chlorophyll, vitamins, minerals and amino-acids.

Chlorella is a single cell alga, one of the eldest forms of vegetable life on this planet. Chlorella is microscopic small, 2~8 micron, which is about the same size of our red blood cells. In spite of this smallness the cell wall of the chlorella algae exist of 3 layers, of which the most outer cellwall is remarkably strong. This is probably one of the reasons why this alga has exceeded so many years on earth.

It has shown that the tissue in the cell wall of the Chlorella, have a natural fixative power and can bind with heavy metals like mercury, cadmium, and due that fact have a very high cleaning effect. The combination of these cleaning tissue is also known as the CGF= Chlorella Growth Factor. Thanks to this high value of chlorophyll, Chlorella make it easier to digest nutritional tissue like proteins and it stops the growth of unwanted bacteria. The treatment of intestine and stomach problems can be supported effectively by Chlorella. Chlorella makes the blood more powerful, it helps to keep the calcium in the right level and it improves the absorption of iron.

Chlorella gives again energy and helps with phenomena like winter-tiredness, it strengthens the immune system, it supports recovery after illness gives less chance to food allergies.

The self-regulating capacity of the body is able to correct and break down a lot, but takes up a lot of energy. The body captures its own immune system, which can eliminate certain damaging tissue. For this action the body needs certain vitamins (anti-oxidants) in sufficient amount like a/o. Vitamin A, C and E. Together with Chlorella Growth Factor they are working for the internal cleansing of the body. Chlorella purifies the blood, it breaks down bad tissue, and it cleans the intestines.

Hence, we want to slow down the risk of getting ill. Chlorella stimulates the immune-system to make  sure that we can feel fit every day!


1 kilo of 100% pure powder = 100 euros

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Chlorella is a green single-celled algae, about the size of a human red blood corpuscle, which is cultivated in large man-made freshwater ponds under artificially controlled conditions. It has the highest concentration of chlorophyll found in any edible plant (2-3%) and has been grown in the Pacific Rim for over 25 years. It is particularly popular as a health supplement in Japan and throughout the Orient.

An estimated 5 million Japanese take chlorella every day. Chlorella's broad spectrum health benefits, amply researched by Japanese scientists, include the impressive fact that it contains 60% protein, including all the essential amino acids, and high levels of beta carotene and chlorophyll.

Significant research has been done on chlorella and chlorella growth factor. CFG is a liquid extract from the algae cell nucleus containing proteins, vitamins, carbohydrates and nucleic acids. Many reports and clinical trials have shown CGF and chlorella to have activity against a variety of cancers and tumours, in humans and animals.

Chlorella is highly nutritious and has many health benefits. However, the digestive tract cannot effectively break down the tough cell wall. It is very important to use "cracked cell", or, "broken cell wall" chlorella, to obtain these benefits.

Chlorella is no doubt the most researched algae in the world - by scientists at the Rockefeller Foundation, Carnegie Institute, NASA, as well as in Japan, Germany, England, Russia, and Israel. The next section comprises quotes from some researchers and links to other material to support the information given in our Chlorella pages.

What is Chlorella?

Chlorella is a first class detoxifying agent, capable of binding and removing heavy metals such as lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, and other toxins, pesticides, herbicides, and PCBs from the body's tissues.

Chlorella is capable of removing alcohol from the liver. A Japanese study showed that taking 4-6gm of chlorella before consuming alcohol can prevent a hangover 96% of the time!

Chlorella is highly alkalizing, meaning that it helps restore the acid-base balance of the body’s tissues. (But this is no excuse to continue eating excess meats, starches, sugars, soft drinks and preserved foods, alcohol, coffee and tobacco, which all acidify the body!)

Chlorella is very good for the digestive system. Studies have shown it causes the friendly bacterial flora to multiply at four times their usual rate.

Chlorella is beneficial for bad breath and constipation and has been shown to play an important role in detoxification of the body.

Studies have also shown that it can lower serum cholesterol levels, boost the immune system and stimulate production of interferon, therefore possibly offering some protection against cancer.

Chlorella is also effective in healing skin wounds, both mild and severe. Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF) is the substance most closely associated with reported accelerated ulcer and wound healing. Powdered Chlorella has been used externally to heal wounds.

Chlorella is best taken 20-30 minutes before a meal and at bedtime. The usual dosage is between 3-12g/day. It is best not to take Vitamin C at the same time, so it is suggested that if you use Vitamin C you take that after your meal.

New users are generally recommended to start at a low dose and build up gradually. However, some research suggests that small doses mobilise more toxins than they can remove. If you feel unwell rather than that your digestion is adjusting to a new food, that may be an indication that you should increase your intake rather than reduce it, which could make your symptoms worse.

Vitamin A - Beta Carotene, Vitamin B1 - Thiamine, Vitamin B2 - Riboflavin, Vitamin 6, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Magnesium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Copper, Zinc, Iodine, Cobalt, Calcium, Iron, Niacin.
It also contains the following amino acids (protein): Arginine, Lysine, Histidine, Phenylalanine, Tyrosine, Leucine, Isoleucine, Mthionine, Valine, Alanine, Glycine, Proline, Glutamic Acid, Serine, Threonine, Aspartic acid, Tryptophan and Cystine.
It also contains all digestive enzymes including chloropyllase and pepsin, and lipoic acid, an important microbial growth factor.

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