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Chlorella, Organic

Chlorella, Organic

$35.94

Chlorella is one of natures most complete super foods! Our Organic Chlorella Supplement offers the world's richest sources of chlorophyll and complete protein (all of the essential amino acids). Chlorella is packed with vitamins, minerals and green phyto-nutrient power. A daily must for a nourishing diet. 

Organic Chlorella vulgaris with Chlorella regularis (broken cell). Protein content is guaranteed at over 50%; chlorophyll over 25%; carotenoids over 5 mg/g; nucleotides over 1.3 mg/g; 16 types of vitamins; 14 types of minerals; 2 essential fatty acids (ALA and GLA); and 4 dietary fibers averaging 14%. Each bottles contains 120 tablets at 500mg each tablet. No excipients, binders or fillers of any kind - just pure organic chlorella.

  • Chlorella contains all the factors necessary to bring forth new life.
  • Chlorella is a one-celled green alga—amongst the first of green plants to emerge 2.5 billion years ago.
  • Chlorella is the world's richest source of chlorophyll with nearly 10 times the amount of chlorophyll found in alfalfa.
  • Chlorella is the world's richest source of chlorophyll with nearly 10 times the amount of chlorophyll found in alfalfa.
    • Because of its chlorophyll content Chlorella is perhaps the most powerful plant in the world in capturing the Sun's energy, converting it into chemical energy—captured in its organic molecules.
    • Chlorella has the fastest growth rate of any plant—one cell would become enough cells to equal the volume of the earth in 63 days.

FOOD SCIENCE: THE APPLICATION AND USE OF CHLORELLA. *

Chelating, Binding & Inhibiting Heavy Metals

Cline, J. C. (2015). Nutritional aspects of detoxification in clinical practice. Altern Ther Health Med21(3), 54-62. Article

Hyun Park, J., Choi, J. W., Lee, M. K., Choi, Y. H., & Nam, T. J. (2019). Protective effects of Hizikia fusiforme and Chlorella sp. extracts against lead acetate-induced hepatotoxicity in rats. Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences22(1), 2. Abstract

Huang, Z., Li, L., Huang, G., Yan, Q., Shi, B., & Xu, X. (2009). Growth-inhibitory and metal-binding proteins in Chlorella vulgaris exposed to cadmium or zinc. Aquatic toxicology91(1), 54-61. Article

Jang, M. K., Kim, I. H., Hong, S. Y., & Om, A. S. (2008). Chlorella vulgis protects against lead-induced hepatic toxicity in rats. The FASEB Journal22(1 Supplement), 709-5. Abstract

Kim, Y. J., Kwon, S., & Kim, M. K. (2009). Effect of Chlorella vulgaris intake on cadmium detoxification in rats fed cadmium. Nutrition research and practice3(2), 89-94. Article

Kim, Y. J., Jeong, S. W., Kwon, S. H., & Kim, M. K. (2009). Effect of Chlorella vulgaris Intake on Antioxidative Capacity in Rats Oxidatively Stressed with Dietary Cadmium. Food Science and Biotechnology. Abstract

Li, J., Yu, H., & Luan, Y. (2015). Meta-analysis of the copper, zinc, and cadmium absorption capacities of aquatic plants in heavy metal-polluted water. International journal of environmental research and public health12(12), 14958-14973. Article

Maruyama, I., Uchikawa, T., Kanno, T., Ando, Y., Kitsuki, H., & Yasutake, A. (2018). Chlorella supplementation decreases methylmercury concentrations of hair and blood in healthy volunteers. Fundamental Toxicological Sciences5(3), 117-122. Article

Merino, J. J., Parmigiani-Izquierdo, J. M., Toledano Gasca, A., & Cabaña-Muñoz, M. E. (2019). The Long-Term Algae Extract (Chlorella and Fucus sp) and Aminosulphurate Supplementation Modulate SOD-1 Activity and Decrease Heavy Metals (Hg++, Sn) Levels in Patients with Long-Term Dental Titanium Implants and Amalgam Fillings Restorations. Antioxidants8(4), 101. Abstract

Mori, C., & Todaka, E. (2017). For a healthier future: a virtuous cycle for reducing exposure to persistent organic pollutants. J Epidemiol Community Health71(7), 660-662. Article

Morita, K., Ogata, M., & Hasegawa, T. (2001). Chlorophyll derived from Chlorella inhibits dioxin absorption from the gastrointestinal tract and accelerates dioxin excretion in rats. Environmental Health Perspectives109(3), 289-294. Article

Morita, K., Matsueda, T., Iida, T., & Hasegawa, T. (1999). Chlorella accelerates dioxin excretion in rats. The Journal of nutrition, 129(9), 1731-1736. Article

Olasehinde, T. A., Olaniran, A. O., & Okoh, A. I. (2017). Therapeutic Potentials of Microalgae in the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease. Molecules22(3), 480. Article

Pore, R. S. (1984). Detoxification of chlordecone poisoned rats with chlorella and chlorella derived sporopollenin. Drug and chemical toxicology, 7(1), 57-71. Abstract

Rezania, S., Taib, S. M., Din, M. F. M., Dahalan, F. A., & Kamyab, H. (2016). Comprehensive review on phytotechnology: heavy metals removal by diverse aquaticlants species from wastewater. Journal of hazardous materials318, 587-599. Article

Shim, J., Son, Y., Park, J. M., & Kim, M. K. (2009). Effect of Chlorella intake on Cadmium metabolism in rats. Nutrition research and practice3(1), 15-22. Article

Shim, J.Y., Shin, H.S., Han, J.G., Park, H.S., Lim, B.L., Chung, K.W., Om, A.S. (2008). Protective effects of Chlorella vulgaris on liver toxicity in cadmium-administered rats. J Med Food, 11(3):479-85. Abstract

Shim, J. Y., & Om, A. S. (2008). Chlorella vulgaris has preventive effect on cadmium induced liver damage in rats. Molecular and Cellular Toxicology4(2), 138-143. Abstract

Umemoto S, Otsuki T. (2014). Chlorella-derived multicomponent supplementation increases aerobic endurance capacity in young individuals. J Clin Biochem Nutr, 55(2), 143-6. Article

Wu, Y., & Wang, W. X. (2014). Intracellular speciation and transformation of inorganic mercury in marine phytoplankton. Aquatic toxicology148, 122-129. Abstract

Yang, M., Youn, J. I., Kim, S. J., & Park, J. Y. (2015). Epigenetic modulation of Chlorella (Chlorella vulgaris) on exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Environmental toxicology and pharmacology40(3), 758-763. Abstract

Yang, H., Li, Y., & Zhang, S. (2008). Studies on the dynamics and mechanism of absorbing copper and lead and cadmium ions by Chlorella vulgaris. Journal of Biotechnology136, S570.

Yoshida, N., Ikeda, R., & Okuno, T. (2006). Identification and characterization of heavy metal-resistant unicellular alga isolated from soil and its potential for phytoremediation. Bioresource technology97(15), 1843-1849. Article

Yun, H., Kim, I., Kwon, S. H., Kang, J. S., & Om, A. S. (2011). Protective effect of Chlorella vulgaris against lead-induced oxidative stress in rat brains. Journal of Health Science57(3), 245-254. Abstract

Zahran, E., Awadin, W., Risha, E., Khaled, A. A., & Wang, T. (2019). Dietary supplementation of Chlorella vulgaris ameliorates chronic sodium arsenite toxicity in Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus as revealed by histopathological, biochemical and immune gene expression analysis. Fisheries Science85(1), 199-215. Abstract

Zahran, E., & Risha, E. (2014). Modulatory role of dietary Chlorella vulgaris powder against arsenic-induced immunotoxicity and oxidative stress in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus). Fish & shellfish immunology41(2), 654-662. Abstract  

Protective Properties: Antioxidant, Anti-inflammatory, & Antimicrobial

Abd El Baky, H. H., & El-Baroty, G. S. (2013). Healthy benefit of microalgal bioactive substances. J. Aquat. Sci1(1), 11-23. Article

Borowitzka, M. A. (1995). Microalgae as sources of pharmaceuticals and other biologically active compounds. Journal of Applied Phycology7(1), 3-15. Abstract

Breinholt, V., Hendricks, J., Pereira, C., Arbogast, D., & Bailey, G. (1995). Dietary chlorophyllin is a potent inhibitor of aflatoxin B1 hepatocarcinogenesis in rainbow trout. Cancer Research55(1), 57-62. Article

Buono, S., Langellotti, A. L., Martello, A., Rinna, F., & Fogliano, V. (2014). Functional ingredients from microalgae. Food & function5(8), 1669-1685. Article Cha, K. H., Kang, S. W., Kim, C. Y., Um, B. H., Na, Y. R., & Pan, C. H. (2010). Effect of pressurized liquids on extraction of antioxidants from Chlorella vulgaris. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry58(8), 4756-4761.

Cha, K. H., Kang, S. W., Kim, C. Y., Um, B. H., Na, Y. R., & Pan, C. H. (2010). Effect of pressurized liquids on extraction of antioxidants from Chlorella vulgaris. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry58(8), 4756-4761. Abstract

Chanda, S., Dave, R., Kaneria, M. and Nagani, K. (2010). Seaweeds: A novel, untapped source of drugs from sea to combat infectious diseases. In A. Méndez-Vilas, (ed.), Current Research, Technology and education topics in Microbiology and Microbial Biotechnology (pp.473-480).

Dashwood, R., & Guo, D. (1995). Protective properties of chlorophylls against the covalent binding of heterocyclic amines to DNA in vitro and in vivo. In Princess Takamatsu symposia (Vol. 23, pp. 181-189). Abstract

Do Nascimento, T. C., Cazarin, C. B., Maróstica Jr, M. R., Risso, É. M., Amaya-Farfan, J., Grimaldi, R., ... & Zepka, L. Q. (2019). Microalgae biomass intake positively modulates serum lipid profile and antioxidant status. Journal of Functional Foods58, 11-20. Abstract

Haidari, F., Homayouni, F., Helli, B., Haghighizadeh, M. H., & Farahmandpour, F. (2018). Effect of chlorella supplementation on systematic symptoms and serum levels of prostaglandins, inflammatory and oxidative markers in women with primary dysmenorrhea. European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology229, 185-189. Abstract

Halperin, S. A., Smith, B., Nolan, C., Shay, J., & Kralovec, J. (2003). Safety and immunoenhancing effect of a Chlorella-derived dietary supplement in healthy adults undergoing influeza vaccination: randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Cmaj169(2), 111-117. Article

Hasegawa, T., Matsuguchi, T., Noda, K., Tanaka, K., Kumamoto, S., Shoyama, Y., & Yoshikai, Y. (2002). Toll-like receptor 2 is at least partly involved in the antitumor activity of glycoprotein from Chlorella vulgaris. International immunopharmacology2(4), 579-589. Abstract

Hernayanti, H., & Simanjuntak, S. B. I. (2019). Antioxidant Effect of Chlorella vulgaris on Rat Liver Induced by Carbon Tetrachloride. Biosaintifika: Journal of Biology & Biology Education11(1). Article

Hussein, H. J., Naji, S. S., & Al-Khafaji, N. M. S. (2018). Antibacterial properties of the Chlorella vulgaris isolated from polluted water in Iraq. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research10(10), 2457-2460. Article

Kim, K. A., Cha, K. H., Choi, S. J., Pan, C. H., & Jung, S. H. (2014). The extract of Chlorella vulgaris protects transformed retinal ganglion cells from oxidative stress‐induced cells death. Journal of food biochemistry38(2), 129-139. Abstract

Klein, A. V., & Kiat, H. (2015). Detox diets for toxin elimination and weight management: a critical review of the evidence. Journal of human nutrition and dietetics28(6), 675-686. Abstract

Konishi, F., Mitsuyama, M., Okuda, M., Tanaka, K., Hasegawa, T., & Nomoto, K. (1996). Protective effect of an acidic glycoprotein obtained from culture of Chlorella vulgaris against myelosuppression by 5-fluorouracil. Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy42(5), 268-274. Abstract

Kumar, S. S., Chaubey, R. C., Devasagayam, T. P. A., Priyadarsini, K. I., & Chauhan, P. S. (1999). Inhibition of radiation-induced DNA damage in plasmid pBR322 by chlorophyllin and possible mechanism (s) of action. Mutation Research/Fundamental and Molecular Mechanisms of Mutagenesis425(1), 71-79. Abstract

Kwak, J. H., Baek, S. H., Woo, Y., Han, J. K., Kim, B. G., Kim, O. Y., & Lee, J. H. (2012). Beneficial immunostimulatory effect of short-term Chlorella supplementation: enhancement of natural killer cell activity and early inflammatory response (randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial). Nutrition journal11(1), 53. Article

Laguna, M. R., Villar, R., Calleja, J. M., & Cadavid, I. (1993). Effects of Chlorella stigmatophora extract on the central nervous system. Planta medica59(02), 125-130. Abstract

Lee, S.H., Kang, H.J., Lee, H.J., Kang, M.H., Park, Y.K. (2010). Six-week supplementation with Chlorella has favorable impact on antioxidant status in Korean male smokers. Nutrition, 26(2), 175-83. Abstract

Mayer, A. M., & Hamann, M. T. (2005). Marine pharmacology in 2001–2002: Marine compounds with anthelmintic, antibacterial, anticoagulant, antidiabetic, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antimalarial, antiplatelet, antiprotozoal, antituberculosis, and antiviral activities; affecting the cardiovascular, immune and nervous systems and other miscellaneous mechanisms of action. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology140(3-4), 265-286. Abstract

Miyazawa, Y., Murayama, T., Ooya, N., Wang, L. F., Tung, Y. C., & Yamaguchi, N. (1988). Immunomodulation by a unicellular green algae (Chlorella pyrenoidosa) in tumor-bearing mice. Journal of ethnopharmacology24(2-3), 135-146. Abstract

Morimoto, T., Nagatsu, A., Murakami, N., Sakakibara, J., Tokuda, H., Nishino, H., & Iwashima, A. (1995). Anti-tumour-promoting glyceroglycolipids from the green alga, Chlorella vulgaris. Phytochemistry40(5), 1433-1437. Article

Morin, O., Guihard, R., Guihard, D., & Vermeil, C. (1980). New approach to the study of the experimental inhibitory effect of the unicellular alga Chlorella pyrenoidosa against the murine sarcomas BP8 and L1210. Comptes rendus des seances de la Societe de biologie et de ses filiales174(1), 74-81. Abstract

Noda, K., Ohno, N., Tanaka, K., Kamiya, N., Okuda, M., Yadomae, T., ... & Shoyama, Y. (1996). A water-soluble antitumor glycoprotein from Chlorella vulgaris. Planta medica62(05), 423-426. Abstract

Nomoto, K., Yokokura, T., Satoh, H., & Mutai, M. (1983). Antitumor activity of Chlorella extract, PCM-4, by Oral Administration. Gan to kagaku ryoho. Cancer & chemotherapy10(3), 781-785.

Panahi, Y., Mostafazadeh, B., Abrishami, A., Saadat, A., Beiraghdar, F., Tavana, S… Sahebkar, A. (2013). Investigation of the effects of Chlorella vulgaris supplementation on the modulation of oxidative stress in apparently healthy smokers. Clin Lab, 59(5-6), 579-87. Abstract

Ogawa, K., Fukuda, T., Han, J., Kitamura, Y., Shiba, K., & Odani, A. (2016). Evaluation of Chlorella as a decorporation agent to enhance the elimination of radioactive strontium from body. PloS one11(2), e0148080. Article

 Singh et al. Inhibitory potential of Chlorella vulgaris (E-2S) on mouse skin papillomagenesis and xenobiotic detoxification system.Anticancer Research. 1999; 19:1887-92. Abstract

Susatyo, P., Rifanda, A. A., Simanjuntak, S. B. I., & Chasanah, T. (2018). Antioxidant Effect of Clorella vulgaris on Wistar Rat Kidney Induced by CCl4: A Histopathological Review. Biosaintifika: Journal of Biology & Biology Education10(1), 169-175. Article

Tanaka, K., Yamada, A., Noda, K., Hasegawa, T., Okuda, M., Shoyama, Y., & Nomoto, K. (1998). A novel glycoprotein obtained from Chlorella vulgaris strain CK22 shows antimetastatic immunopotentiation. Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy45(6), 313-320. Abstract

Tanaka, K., Yamada, A., Noda, K., Shoyama, Y., Kubo, C., & Nomoto, K. (1997). Oral administration of a unicellular green algae, Chlorealla vulgaris, prevents stress-induced ulcer. Planta medica63(05), 465-466. Abstract

Tanaka, K., Tomita, Y., Tsuruta, M., Konishi, F., Okuda, M., Himeno, K., & Nomoto, K. (1990). Oral administration of Chlorella vulgaris augments concomitant antitumor immunity. Immunopharmacology and immunotoxicology12(2), 277-291. Abstract

Tanaka, K., Konishi, F., Himeno, K., Taniguchi, K., & Nomoto, K. (1984). Augmentation of antitumor resistance by a strain of unicellular green algae, Chlorella vulgaris. Cancer Immunology Immunotherapy17(2), 90-94. Abstract

Umemoto S, Otsuki T. (2014). Chlorella-derived multicomponent supplementation increases aerobic endurance capacity in young individuals. J Clin Biochem Nutr, 55(2), 143-6. Article

Yoshida, N., Ikeda, R., & Okuno, T. (2006). Identification and characterization of heavy metal-resistant unicellular alga isolated from soil and its potential for phytoremediation. Bioresource technology97(15), 1843-1849. Article

Yun, H., Kim, I., Kwon, S. H., Kang, J. S., & Om, A. S. (2011). Protective effect of Chlorella vulgaris against lead-induced oxidative stress in rat brains. Journal of Health Science57(3), 245-254. Article

Heart, Liver, & Brain Health

Ebrahimi-Mameghani, M., Sadeghi, Z., Farhangi, M. A., Vaghef-Mehrabany, E., & Aliashrafi, S. (2017). Glucose homeostasis, insulin resistance and inflammatory biomarkers in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: Beneficial effects of supplementation with microalgae Chlorella vulgaris: A double-blind placebo-controlled randomized clinical trial. Clinical nutrition36(4), 1001-1006. Abstract

Ebrahimi-Mameghani, M., Aliashrafi, S., Javadzadeh, Y., & AsghariJafarabadi, M. (2014). The effect of Chlorella vulgaris supplementation on liver enzymes, serum glucose and lipid profile in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Health promotion perspectives4(1), 107. Article  

Gupta, V. K., Singh, S., Agrawal, A., Siddiqi, N. J., & Sharma, B. (2015). Phytochemicals mediated remediation of neurotoxicity induced by heavy metals. Biochemistry research international2015. Article

Khanzadeh, N., Poozesh, R., & NourAzar, A. (2018). Investigating the Effect of Eight Weeks of Aerobic Exercise and Chlorella Algae Supplementation on Plasma Levels of Paraoxonase-1 and Lipid Hydroperoxide in Diabetic Male Rats. Complementary Medicine Journal of faculty of Nursing & Midwifery8(1), 2206-2217. Abstract

Keshri, J. P. (2012). Algae in medicine. In J.P. Keshri & R. Mukhopadhyay (Eds.), Medicinal Plants: Various Perspectives, 31-50. Article

Kim, S., Kim, J., Lim, Y., Kim, Y.J., Kim, J.Y., Kwon, O. (2016). A dietary cholesterol challenge study to assess Chlorella supplementation in maintaining healthy lipid levels in adults: a double-blinded, randomized, placebo-controlled study. Nutr J, 15(1), 54. Article

Konishi, F., Mitsuyama, M., Okuda, M., Tanaka, K., Hasegawa, T., & Nomoto, K. (1996). Protective effect of an acidic glycoprotein obtained from culture of Chlorella vulgaris against myelosuppression by 5-fluorouracil. Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy42(5), 268-274. Abstract

Mizoguchi, T., Takehara, I., Masuzawa, T., Saito, T., Naoki, Y. (2008). Nutrigenomic studies of effects of Chlorella on subjects with high-risk factors for lifestyle-related disease. J Med Food, 11(3), 395-404. DOI:10.1089/jmf.2006.0180

Panahi, Y., Badeli, R., Karami, G. R., Badeli, Z., & Sahebkar, A. (2015). A randomized controlled trial of 6-week Chlorella vulgaris supplementation in patients with major depressive disorder. Complementary therapies in medicine23(4), 598-602. Article

Panahi, Y., Ghamarchehreh, M. E., Beiraghdar, F., Zare, R., Jalalian, H. R., & Sahebkar, A. (2012). Investigation of the effects of Chlorella vulgaris supplementation in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: a randomized clinical trial. Hepato-Gastroenterol59, 2099-103. Article

Peng, H. Y., Chu, Y. C., Chen, S. J., & Chou, S. T. (2009). Hepatoprotection of chlorella against carbon tetrachloride-induced oxidative damage in rats. in vivo23(5), 747-754. Article

Sano, T., Kumamoto, Y., Kamiya, N., Okuda, M., & Tanaka, Y. (1988). Effect of lipophilic extract of Chlorella vulgaris on alimentary hyperlipidemia in cholesterol-fed rats. Artery15(4), 217-224. Abstract

Otsuki, T., Shimizu, K., & Maeda, S. (2015). Changes in arterial stiffness and nitric oxide production with Chlorella-derived multicomponent supplementation in middle-aged and older individuals. Journal of clinical biochemistry and nutrition57(3), 228-232. Article

Otsuki, T., Shimizu, K., Iemitsu, M., & Kono, I. (2013). Multicomponent supplement containing Chlorella decreases arterial stiffness in healthy young men. Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition, 53(3), 166–169. Article

Ryu, N. H., Lim, Y., Park, J. E., Kim, J., Kim, J. Y., Kwon, S. W., & Kwon, O. (2014). Impact of daily Chlorella consumption on serum lipid and carotenoid profiles in mildly hypercholesterolemic adults: a double-blinded, randomized, placebo-controlled study. Nutrition journal13(1), 57. Article

Shimada, M., Hasegawa, T., Nishimura, C., Kan, H., Kanno, T., Nakamura, T., & Matsubayashi, T. (2009). Anti-hypertensive effect of γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA)-rich Chlorella on high-normal blood pressure and borderline hypertension in placebo-controlled double blind study. Clinical and experimental hypertension31(4), 342-354. Abstract

Tanaka, K., Koga, T., Konishi, F., Nakamura, M., Mitsuyama, M., Himeno, K., & Nomoto, K. (1986). Augmentation of host defense by a unicellular green alga, Chlorella vulgaris, to Escherichia coli infection. Infection and immunity53(2), 267-271. Article

Yun, H., Kim, I., Kwon, S. H., Kang, J. S., & Om, A. S. (2011). Protective effect of Chlorella vulgaris against lead-induced oxidative stress in rat brains. Journal of Health Science57(3), 245-254. Article

A whole complete food

Borowitzka, M. A. (1986). Micro-algae as sources of fine chemicals. Microbiological sciences3(12), 372-375. Abstract

Elsheikh, S. M., Galal, A. A., & Fadil, R. M. (2018). Hepatoprotective im‐pact of Chlorella vulgaris powder on deltamethrin intoxicated rats. Zagazig Veterinary Journal46, 17-24. Article

Freitas, H. R. (2017). Chlorella vulgaris as a source of essential fatty acids and micronutrients: A brief commentary. The Open Plant Science Journal10(1). Article

Lakshmi, S., & Sivakumar, R. (2018). Chlorella Algae Image Analysis Using Artificial Neural Network and Deep Learning. In Biologically Rationalized Computing Techniques For Image Processing Applications (pp. 215-248). Springer, Cham. Abstract

Kay, R. A., & Barton, L. L. (1991). Microalgae as food and supplement. Critical reviews in food science & nutrition30(6), 555-573. Abstract

Panahi, Y., Darvishi, B., Jowzi, N., Beiraghdar, F., Sahebkar, A. (2016). Chlorella vulgaris: A Multifunctional Dietary Supplement with Diverse Medicinal Properties. Curr Pharm Des, 22(2), 164-73. Abstract

Rani, K., Sandal, N., & Sahoo, P. K. (2018). A comprehensive review on chlorella-its composition, health benefits, market and regulatory scenario. Pharma Innov. J.7, 584-589. Article

Rodriguez-Garcia, I., & Guil-Guerrero, J. L. (2008). Evaluation of the antioxidant activity of three microalgal species for use as dietary supplements and in the preservation of foods. Food chemistry108(3), 1023-1026.Abstract

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One 500mg Tablet Contains: 
Calories  8.74
Protein  1.16g
Vitamin A (as beta carotene)  2080IU
Vitamin C  52.8mg
Thiamin (Vitamin B-1)  25.8mcg
Riboflavin (Vitamin B-2)  10.84mcg
Niacin (Vitamin B-3)  2mg
Vitamin B-6  17.6mg
Vitamin B-12  0.4mcg
Iron  4.2mg
Zinc  0.26mg
Magnesium  7.2mg
Potassium  13.8mg
Chlorophyll a  60mg
Mixed carotenoids  19.4mg
Total Nucleotides 2.6mg

Organic Chlorella: Green · Powerful · Complete

Supplement Facts:

Organic Chlorella                     2g (4 tablets)

Chlorella vulgaris, broken cell wall

Calories                                    10g

Protein                                        1g 

Capsule: Cellulose & Water

Suggested Use:

The Chlorella is designed to support the whole body with a powerful, complete nutritional profile.*

Heavy metals support: Take 4-8 tabs to bind heavy metals in the gut. Take 4-5 tabs before all dental appointments, including teeth cleaning appointments. Take 8 tabs before you eat seafood, along with 1-2 capsules of Garlic.*

Toxic environments: Take 8 tabs each day if you live or work in a toxic environment (e.g., “sick building,” hair or nail salons, stores filled with dust, very old buildings, new carpets, etc.). Take 8 tabs immediately after exposure to smoke, chemicals, dust, mold, or fumes of any kind. Add 1 caps of each High ORAC (40,000ppm Total ORAC, the most powerful anti-oxidant blend that is also broad-spectrum), Phyto Power, and Glucosinolates & Sulforaphanes (broccoli sprouts).*

Vascular: Take 4-8 tabs to support the vascular system.*

Heart Health: Take 4-6 tabs. As the greenest food, chlorella regenerates CoQ-10 for heart health.*

Travel: Take 4-6 tabs before leaving home, and during the flight. Take along with 1-2 capsules of Garlic to protect against cold/flu.*

Our Favorite: This is a huge favorite amongst many health care practitioners because it is so versatile and nutritious. The number one supplement in Japan, Chlorella is simply an awesome green food performing many functions in the body.*

Description

Organic Chlorella vulgaris with Chlorella regularis (broken cell). Protein content is guaranteed at over 50%; chlorophyll over 25%; carotenoids over 5 mg/g; nucleotides over 1.3 mg/g; 16 types of vitamins; 14 types of minerals; 2 essential fatty acids (ALA and GLA); and 4 dietary fibers averaging 14%. Each bottles contains 120 tablets at 500mg each tablet. No excipients, binders or fillers of any kind - just pure organic chlorella.

  • Chlorella contains all the factors necessary to bring forth new life.
  • Chlorella is a one-celled green alga—amongst the first of green plants to emerge 2.5 billion years ago.
  • Chlorella is the world's richest source of chlorophyll with nearly 10 times the amount of chlorophyll found in alfalfa.
  • Chlorella is the world's richest source of chlorophyll with nearly 10 times the amount of chlorophyll found in alfalfa.
    • Because of its chlorophyll content Chlorella is perhaps the most powerful plant in the world in capturing the Sun's energy, converting it into chemical energy—captured in its organic molecules.
    • Chlorella has the fastest growth rate of any plant—one cell would become enough cells to equal the volume of the earth in 63 days.

Research 

FOOD SCIENCE: THE APPLICATION AND USE OF CHLORELLA. *

Chelating, Binding & Inhibiting Heavy Metals

Cline, J. C. (2015). Nutritional aspects of detoxification in clinical practice. Altern Ther Health Med21(3), 54-62. Article

Hyun Park, J., Choi, J. W., Lee, M. K., Choi, Y. H., & Nam, T. J. (2019). Protective effects of Hizikia fusiforme and Chlorella sp. extracts against lead acetate-induced hepatotoxicity in rats. Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences22(1), 2. Abstract

Huang, Z., Li, L., Huang, G., Yan, Q., Shi, B., & Xu, X. (2009). Growth-inhibitory and metal-binding proteins in Chlorella vulgaris exposed to cadmium or zinc. Aquatic toxicology91(1), 54-61. Article

Jang, M. K., Kim, I. H., Hong, S. Y., & Om, A. S. (2008). Chlorella vulgis protects against lead-induced hepatic toxicity in rats. The FASEB Journal22(1 Supplement), 709-5. Abstract

Kim, Y. J., Kwon, S., & Kim, M. K. (2009). Effect of Chlorella vulgaris intake on cadmium detoxification in rats fed cadmium. Nutrition research and practice3(2), 89-94. Article

Kim, Y. J., Jeong, S. W., Kwon, S. H., & Kim, M. K. (2009). Effect of Chlorella vulgaris Intake on Antioxidative Capacity in Rats Oxidatively Stressed with Dietary Cadmium. Food Science and Biotechnology. Abstract

Li, J., Yu, H., & Luan, Y. (2015). Meta-analysis of the copper, zinc, and cadmium absorption capacities of aquatic plants in heavy metal-polluted water. International journal of environmental research and public health12(12), 14958-14973. Article

Maruyama, I., Uchikawa, T., Kanno, T., Ando, Y., Kitsuki, H., & Yasutake, A. (2018). Chlorella supplementation decreases methylmercury concentrations of hair and blood in healthy volunteers. Fundamental Toxicological Sciences5(3), 117-122. Article

Merino, J. J., Parmigiani-Izquierdo, J. M., Toledano Gasca, A., & Cabaña-Muñoz, M. E. (2019). The Long-Term Algae Extract (Chlorella and Fucus sp) and Aminosulphurate Supplementation Modulate SOD-1 Activity and Decrease Heavy Metals (Hg++, Sn) Levels in Patients with Long-Term Dental Titanium Implants and Amalgam Fillings Restorations. Antioxidants8(4), 101. Abstract

Mori, C., & Todaka, E. (2017). For a healthier future: a virtuous cycle for reducing exposure to persistent organic pollutants. J Epidemiol Community Health71(7), 660-662. Article

Morita, K., Ogata, M., & Hasegawa, T. (2001). Chlorophyll derived from Chlorella inhibits dioxin absorption from the gastrointestinal tract and accelerates dioxin excretion in rats. Environmental Health Perspectives109(3), 289-294. Article

Morita, K., Matsueda, T., Iida, T., & Hasegawa, T. (1999). Chlorella accelerates dioxin excretion in rats. The Journal of nutrition, 129(9), 1731-1736. Article

Olasehinde, T. A., Olaniran, A. O., & Okoh, A. I. (2017). Therapeutic Potentials of Microalgae in the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease. Molecules22(3), 480. Article

Pore, R. S. (1984). Detoxification of chlordecone poisoned rats with chlorella and chlorella derived sporopollenin. Drug and chemical toxicology, 7(1), 57-71. Abstract

Rezania, S., Taib, S. M., Din, M. F. M., Dahalan, F. A., & Kamyab, H. (2016). Comprehensive review on phytotechnology: heavy metals removal by diverse aquaticlants species from wastewater. Journal of hazardous materials318, 587-599. Article

Shim, J., Son, Y., Park, J. M., & Kim, M. K. (2009). Effect of Chlorella intake on Cadmium metabolism in rats. Nutrition research and practice3(1), 15-22. Article

Shim, J.Y., Shin, H.S., Han, J.G., Park, H.S., Lim, B.L., Chung, K.W., Om, A.S. (2008). Protective effects of Chlorella vulgaris on liver toxicity in cadmium-administered rats. J Med Food, 11(3):479-85. Abstract

Shim, J. Y., & Om, A. S. (2008). Chlorella vulgaris has preventive effect on cadmium induced liver damage in rats. Molecular and Cellular Toxicology4(2), 138-143. Abstract

Umemoto S, Otsuki T. (2014). Chlorella-derived multicomponent supplementation increases aerobic endurance capacity in young individuals. J Clin Biochem Nutr, 55(2), 143-6. Article

Wu, Y., & Wang, W. X. (2014). Intracellular speciation and transformation of inorganic mercury in marine phytoplankton. Aquatic toxicology148, 122-129. Abstract

Yang, M., Youn, J. I., Kim, S. J., & Park, J. Y. (2015). Epigenetic modulation of Chlorella (Chlorella vulgaris) on exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Environmental toxicology and pharmacology40(3), 758-763. Abstract

Yang, H., Li, Y., & Zhang, S. (2008). Studies on the dynamics and mechanism of absorbing copper and lead and cadmium ions by Chlorella vulgaris. Journal of Biotechnology136, S570.

Yoshida, N., Ikeda, R., & Okuno, T. (2006). Identification and characterization of heavy metal-resistant unicellular alga isolated from soil and its potential for phytoremediation. Bioresource technology97(15), 1843-1849. Article

Yun, H., Kim, I., Kwon, S. H., Kang, J. S., & Om, A. S. (2011). Protective effect of Chlorella vulgaris against lead-induced oxidative stress in rat brains. Journal of Health Science57(3), 245-254. Abstract

Zahran, E., Awadin, W., Risha, E., Khaled, A. A., & Wang, T. (2019). Dietary supplementation of Chlorella vulgaris ameliorates chronic sodium arsenite toxicity in Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus as revealed by histopathological, biochemical and immune gene expression analysis. Fisheries Science85(1), 199-215. Abstract

Zahran, E., & Risha, E. (2014). Modulatory role of dietary Chlorella vulgaris powder against arsenic-induced immunotoxicity and oxidative stress in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus). Fish & shellfish immunology41(2), 654-662. Abstract  

Protective Properties: Antioxidant, Anti-inflammatory, & Antimicrobial

Abd El Baky, H. H., & El-Baroty, G. S. (2013). Healthy benefit of microalgal bioactive substances. J. Aquat. Sci1(1), 11-23. Article

Borowitzka, M. A. (1995). Microalgae as sources of pharmaceuticals and other biologically active compounds. Journal of Applied Phycology7(1), 3-15. Abstract

Breinholt, V., Hendricks, J., Pereira, C., Arbogast, D., & Bailey, G. (1995). Dietary chlorophyllin is a potent inhibitor of aflatoxin B1 hepatocarcinogenesis in rainbow trout. Cancer Research55(1), 57-62. Article

Buono, S., Langellotti, A. L., Martello, A., Rinna, F., & Fogliano, V. (2014). Functional ingredients from microalgae. Food & function5(8), 1669-1685. Article Cha, K. H., Kang, S. W., Kim, C. Y., Um, B. H., Na, Y. R., & Pan, C. H. (2010). Effect of pressurized liquids on extraction of antioxidants from Chlorella vulgaris. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry58(8), 4756-4761.

Cha, K. H., Kang, S. W., Kim, C. Y., Um, B. H., Na, Y. R., & Pan, C. H. (2010). Effect of pressurized liquids on extraction of antioxidants from Chlorella vulgaris. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry58(8), 4756-4761. Abstract

Chanda, S., Dave, R., Kaneria, M. and Nagani, K. (2010). Seaweeds: A novel, untapped source of drugs from sea to combat infectious diseases. In A. Méndez-Vilas, (ed.), Current Research, Technology and education topics in Microbiology and Microbial Biotechnology (pp.473-480).

Dashwood, R., & Guo, D. (1995). Protective properties of chlorophylls against the covalent binding of heterocyclic amines to DNA in vitro and in vivo. In Princess Takamatsu symposia (Vol. 23, pp. 181-189). Abstract

Do Nascimento, T. C., Cazarin, C. B., Maróstica Jr, M. R., Risso, É. M., Amaya-Farfan, J., Grimaldi, R., ... & Zepka, L. Q. (2019). Microalgae biomass intake positively modulates serum lipid profile and antioxidant status. Journal of Functional Foods58, 11-20. Abstract

Haidari, F., Homayouni, F., Helli, B., Haghighizadeh, M. H., & Farahmandpour, F. (2018). Effect of chlorella supplementation on systematic symptoms and serum levels of prostaglandins, inflammatory and oxidative markers in women with primary dysmenorrhea. European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology229, 185-189. Abstract

Halperin, S. A., Smith, B., Nolan, C., Shay, J., & Kralovec, J. (2003). Safety and immunoenhancing effect of a Chlorella-derived dietary supplement in healthy adults undergoing influeza vaccination: randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Cmaj169(2), 111-117. Article

Hasegawa, T., Matsuguchi, T., Noda, K., Tanaka, K., Kumamoto, S., Shoyama, Y., & Yoshikai, Y. (2002). Toll-like receptor 2 is at least partly involved in the antitumor activity of glycoprotein from Chlorella vulgaris. International immunopharmacology2(4), 579-589. Abstract

Hernayanti, H., & Simanjuntak, S. B. I. (2019). Antioxidant Effect of Chlorella vulgaris on Rat Liver Induced by Carbon Tetrachloride. Biosaintifika: Journal of Biology & Biology Education11(1). Article

Hussein, H. J., Naji, S. S., & Al-Khafaji, N. M. S. (2018). Antibacterial properties of the Chlorella vulgaris isolated from polluted water in Iraq. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research10(10), 2457-2460. Article

Kim, K. A., Cha, K. H., Choi, S. J., Pan, C. H., & Jung, S. H. (2014). The extract of Chlorella vulgaris protects transformed retinal ganglion cells from oxidative stress‐induced cells death. Journal of food biochemistry38(2), 129-139. Abstract

Klein, A. V., & Kiat, H. (2015). Detox diets for toxin elimination and weight management: a critical review of the evidence. Journal of human nutrition and dietetics28(6), 675-686. Abstract

Konishi, F., Mitsuyama, M., Okuda, M., Tanaka, K., Hasegawa, T., & Nomoto, K. (1996). Protective effect of an acidic glycoprotein obtained from culture of Chlorella vulgaris against myelosuppression by 5-fluorouracil. Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy42(5), 268-274. Abstract

Kumar, S. S., Chaubey, R. C., Devasagayam, T. P. A., Priyadarsini, K. I., & Chauhan, P. S. (1999). Inhibition of radiation-induced DNA damage in plasmid pBR322 by chlorophyllin and possible mechanism (s) of action. Mutation Research/Fundamental and Molecular Mechanisms of Mutagenesis425(1), 71-79. Abstract

Kwak, J. H., Baek, S. H., Woo, Y., Han, J. K., Kim, B. G., Kim, O. Y., & Lee, J. H. (2012). Beneficial immunostimulatory effect of short-term Chlorella supplementation: enhancement of natural killer cell activity and early inflammatory response (randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial). Nutrition journal11(1), 53. Article

Laguna, M. R., Villar, R., Calleja, J. M., & Cadavid, I. (1993). Effects of Chlorella stigmatophora extract on the central nervous system. Planta medica59(02), 125-130. Abstract

Lee, S.H., Kang, H.J., Lee, H.J., Kang, M.H., Park, Y.K. (2010). Six-week supplementation with Chlorella has favorable impact on antioxidant status in Korean male smokers. Nutrition, 26(2), 175-83. Abstract

Mayer, A. M., & Hamann, M. T. (2005). Marine pharmacology in 2001–2002: Marine compounds with anthelmintic, antibacterial, anticoagulant, antidiabetic, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antimalarial, antiplatelet, antiprotozoal, antituberculosis, and antiviral activities; affecting the cardiovascular, immune and nervous systems and other miscellaneous mechanisms of action. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology140(3-4), 265-286. Abstract

Miyazawa, Y., Murayama, T., Ooya, N., Wang, L. F., Tung, Y. C., & Yamaguchi, N. (1988). Immunomodulation by a unicellular green algae (Chlorella pyrenoidosa) in tumor-bearing mice. Journal of ethnopharmacology24(2-3), 135-146. Abstract

Morimoto, T., Nagatsu, A., Murakami, N., Sakakibara, J., Tokuda, H., Nishino, H., & Iwashima, A. (1995). Anti-tumour-promoting glyceroglycolipids from the green alga, Chlorella vulgaris. Phytochemistry40(5), 1433-1437. Article

Morin, O., Guihard, R., Guihard, D., & Vermeil, C. (1980). New approach to the study of the experimental inhibitory effect of the unicellular alga Chlorella pyrenoidosa against the murine sarcomas BP8 and L1210. Comptes rendus des seances de la Societe de biologie et de ses filiales174(1), 74-81. Abstract

Noda, K., Ohno, N., Tanaka, K., Kamiya, N., Okuda, M., Yadomae, T., ... & Shoyama, Y. (1996). A water-soluble antitumor glycoprotein from Chlorella vulgaris. Planta medica62(05), 423-426. Abstract

Nomoto, K., Yokokura, T., Satoh, H., & Mutai, M. (1983). Antitumor activity of Chlorella extract, PCM-4, by Oral Administration. Gan to kagaku ryoho. Cancer & chemotherapy10(3), 781-785.

Panahi, Y., Mostafazadeh, B., Abrishami, A., Saadat, A., Beiraghdar, F., Tavana, S… Sahebkar, A. (2013). Investigation of the effects of Chlorella vulgaris supplementation on the modulation of oxidative stress in apparently healthy smokers. Clin Lab, 59(5-6), 579-87. Abstract

Ogawa, K., Fukuda, T., Han, J., Kitamura, Y., Shiba, K., & Odani, A. (2016). Evaluation of Chlorella as a decorporation agent to enhance the elimination of radioactive strontium from body. PloS one11(2), e0148080. Article

 Singh et al. Inhibitory potential of Chlorella vulgaris (E-2S) on mouse skin papillomagenesis and xenobiotic detoxification system.Anticancer Research. 1999; 19:1887-92. Abstract

Susatyo, P., Rifanda, A. A., Simanjuntak, S. B. I., & Chasanah, T. (2018). Antioxidant Effect of Clorella vulgaris on Wistar Rat Kidney Induced by CCl4: A Histopathological Review. Biosaintifika: Journal of Biology & Biology Education10(1), 169-175. Article

Tanaka, K., Yamada, A., Noda, K., Hasegawa, T., Okuda, M., Shoyama, Y., & Nomoto, K. (1998). A novel glycoprotein obtained from Chlorella vulgaris strain CK22 shows antimetastatic immunopotentiation. Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy45(6), 313-320. Abstract

Tanaka, K., Yamada, A., Noda, K., Shoyama, Y., Kubo, C., & Nomoto, K. (1997). Oral administration of a unicellular green algae, Chlorealla vulgaris, prevents stress-induced ulcer. Planta medica63(05), 465-466. Abstract

Tanaka, K., Tomita, Y., Tsuruta, M., Konishi, F., Okuda, M., Himeno, K., & Nomoto, K. (1990). Oral administration of Chlorella vulgaris augments concomitant antitumor immunity. Immunopharmacology and immunotoxicology12(2), 277-291. Abstract

Tanaka, K., Konishi, F., Himeno, K., Taniguchi, K., & Nomoto, K. (1984). Augmentation of antitumor resistance by a strain of unicellular green algae, Chlorella vulgaris. Cancer Immunology Immunotherapy17(2), 90-94. Abstract

Umemoto S, Otsuki T. (2014). Chlorella-derived multicomponent supplementation increases aerobic endurance capacity in young individuals. J Clin Biochem Nutr, 55(2), 143-6. Article

Yoshida, N., Ikeda, R., & Okuno, T. (2006). Identification and characterization of heavy metal-resistant unicellular alga isolated from soil and its potential for phytoremediation. Bioresource technology97(15), 1843-1849. Article

Yun, H., Kim, I., Kwon, S. H., Kang, J. S., & Om, A. S. (2011). Protective effect of Chlorella vulgaris against lead-induced oxidative stress in rat brains. Journal of Health Science57(3), 245-254. Article

Heart, Liver, & Brain Health

Ebrahimi-Mameghani, M., Sadeghi, Z., Farhangi, M. A., Vaghef-Mehrabany, E., & Aliashrafi, S. (2017). Glucose homeostasis, insulin resistance and inflammatory biomarkers in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: Beneficial effects of supplementation with microalgae Chlorella vulgaris: A double-blind placebo-controlled randomized clinical trial. Clinical nutrition36(4), 1001-1006. Abstract

Ebrahimi-Mameghani, M., Aliashrafi, S., Javadzadeh, Y., & AsghariJafarabadi, M. (2014). The effect of Chlorella vulgaris supplementation on liver enzymes, serum glucose and lipid profile in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Health promotion perspectives4(1), 107. Article  

Gupta, V. K., Singh, S., Agrawal, A., Siddiqi, N. J., & Sharma, B. (2015). Phytochemicals mediated remediation of neurotoxicity induced by heavy metals. Biochemistry research international2015. Article

Khanzadeh, N., Poozesh, R., & NourAzar, A. (2018). Investigating the Effect of Eight Weeks of Aerobic Exercise and Chlorella Algae Supplementation on Plasma Levels of Paraoxonase-1 and Lipid Hydroperoxide in Diabetic Male Rats. Complementary Medicine Journal of faculty of Nursing & Midwifery8(1), 2206-2217. Abstract

Keshri, J. P. (2012). Algae in medicine. In J.P. Keshri & R. Mukhopadhyay (Eds.), Medicinal Plants: Various Perspectives, 31-50. Article

Kim, S., Kim, J., Lim, Y., Kim, Y.J., Kim, J.Y., Kwon, O. (2016). A dietary cholesterol challenge study to assess Chlorella supplementation in maintaining healthy lipid levels in adults: a double-blinded, randomized, placebo-controlled study. Nutr J, 15(1), 54. Article

Konishi, F., Mitsuyama, M., Okuda, M., Tanaka, K., Hasegawa, T., & Nomoto, K. (1996). Protective effect of an acidic glycoprotein obtained from culture of Chlorella vulgaris against myelosuppression by 5-fluorouracil. Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy42(5), 268-274. Abstract

Mizoguchi, T., Takehara, I., Masuzawa, T., Saito, T., Naoki, Y. (2008). Nutrigenomic studies of effects of Chlorella on subjects with high-risk factors for lifestyle-related disease. J Med Food, 11(3), 395-404. DOI:10.1089/jmf.2006.0180

Panahi, Y., Badeli, R., Karami, G. R., Badeli, Z., & Sahebkar, A. (2015). A randomized controlled trial of 6-week Chlorella vulgaris supplementation in patients with major depressive disorder. Complementary therapies in medicine23(4), 598-602. Article

Panahi, Y., Ghamarchehreh, M. E., Beiraghdar, F., Zare, R., Jalalian, H. R., & Sahebkar, A. (2012). Investigation of the effects of Chlorella vulgaris supplementation in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: a randomized clinical trial. Hepato-Gastroenterol59, 2099-103. Article

Peng, H. Y., Chu, Y. C., Chen, S. J., & Chou, S. T. (2009). Hepatoprotection of chlorella against carbon tetrachloride-induced oxidative damage in rats. in vivo23(5), 747-754. Article

Sano, T., Kumamoto, Y., Kamiya, N., Okuda, M., & Tanaka, Y. (1988). Effect of lipophilic extract of Chlorella vulgaris on alimentary hyperlipidemia in cholesterol-fed rats. Artery15(4), 217-224. Abstract

Otsuki, T., Shimizu, K., & Maeda, S. (2015). Changes in arterial stiffness and nitric oxide production with Chlorella-derived multicomponent supplementation in middle-aged and older individuals. Journal of clinical biochemistry and nutrition57(3), 228-232. Article

Otsuki, T., Shimizu, K., Iemitsu, M., & Kono, I. (2013). Multicomponent supplement containing Chlorella decreases arterial stiffness in healthy young men. Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition, 53(3), 166–169. Article

Ryu, N. H., Lim, Y., Park, J. E., Kim, J., Kim, J. Y., Kwon, S. W., & Kwon, O. (2014). Impact of daily Chlorella consumption on serum lipid and carotenoid profiles in mildly hypercholesterolemic adults: a double-blinded, randomized, placebo-controlled study. Nutrition journal13(1), 57. Article

Shimada, M., Hasegawa, T., Nishimura, C., Kan, H., Kanno, T., Nakamura, T., & Matsubayashi, T. (2009). Anti-hypertensive effect of γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA)-rich Chlorella on high-normal blood pressure and borderline hypertension in placebo-controlled double blind study. Clinical and experimental hypertension31(4), 342-354. Abstract

Tanaka, K., Koga, T., Konishi, F., Nakamura, M., Mitsuyama, M., Himeno, K., & Nomoto, K. (1986). Augmentation of host defense by a unicellular green alga, Chlorella vulgaris, to Escherichia coli infection. Infection and immunity53(2), 267-271. Article

Yun, H., Kim, I., Kwon, S. H., Kang, J. S., & Om, A. S. (2011). Protective effect of Chlorella vulgaris against lead-induced oxidative stress in rat brains. Journal of Health Science57(3), 245-254. Article

A whole complete food

Borowitzka, M. A. (1986). Micro-algae as sources of fine chemicals. Microbiological sciences3(12), 372-375. Abstract

Elsheikh, S. M., Galal, A. A., & Fadil, R. M. (2018). Hepatoprotective im‐pact of Chlorella vulgaris powder on deltamethrin intoxicated rats. Zagazig Veterinary Journal46, 17-24. Article

Freitas, H. R. (2017). Chlorella vulgaris as a source of essential fatty acids and micronutrients: A brief commentary. The Open Plant Science Journal10(1). Article

Lakshmi, S., & Sivakumar, R. (2018). Chlorella Algae Image Analysis Using Artificial Neural Network and Deep Learning. In Biologically Rationalized Computing Techniques For Image Processing Applications (pp. 215-248). Springer, Cham. Abstract

Kay, R. A., & Barton, L. L. (1991). Microalgae as food and supplement. Critical reviews in food science & nutrition30(6), 555-573. Abstract

Panahi, Y., Darvishi, B., Jowzi, N., Beiraghdar, F., Sahebkar, A. (2016). Chlorella vulgaris: A Multifunctional Dietary Supplement with Diverse Medicinal Properties. Curr Pharm Des, 22(2), 164-73. Abstract

Rani, K., Sandal, N., & Sahoo, P. K. (2018). A comprehensive review on chlorella-its composition, health benefits, market and regulatory scenario. Pharma Innov. J.7, 584-589. Article

Rodriguez-Garcia, I., & Guil-Guerrero, J. L. (2008). Evaluation of the antioxidant activity of three microalgal species for use as dietary supplements and in the preservation of foods. Food chemistry108(3), 1023-1026.Abstract

Spolaore, P., Joannis-Cassan, C., Duran, E., & Isambert, A. (2006). Commercial applications of microalgae. Journal of bioscience and bioengineering101(2), 87-96. Abstract

Ingredients

One 500mg Tablet Contains: 
Calories  8.74
Protein  1.16g
Vitamin A (as beta carotene)  2080IU
Vitamin C  52.8mg
Thiamin (Vitamin B-1)  25.8mcg
Riboflavin (Vitamin B-2)  10.84mcg
Niacin (Vitamin B-3)  2mg
Vitamin B-6  17.6mg
Vitamin B-12  0.4mcg
Iron  4.2mg
Zinc  0.26mg
Magnesium  7.2mg
Potassium  13.8mg
Chlorophyll a  60mg
Mixed carotenoids  19.4mg
Total Nucleotides 2.6mg

Protocol

Organic Chlorella: Green · Powerful · Complete

Supplement Facts:

Organic Chlorella                     2g (4 tablets)

Chlorella vulgaris, broken cell wall

Calories                                    10g

Protein                                        1g 

Capsule: Cellulose & Water

Suggested Use:

The Chlorella is designed to support the whole body with a powerful, complete nutritional profile.*

Heavy metals support: Take 4-8 tabs to bind heavy metals in the gut. Take 4-5 tabs before all dental appointments, including teeth cleaning appointments. Take 8 tabs before you eat seafood, along with 1-2 capsules of Garlic.*

Toxic environments: Take 8 tabs each day if you live or work in a toxic environment (e.g., “sick building,” hair or nail salons, stores filled with dust, very old buildings, new carpets, etc.). Take 8 tabs immediately after exposure to smoke, chemicals, dust, mold, or fumes of any kind. Add 1 caps of each High ORAC (40,000ppm Total ORAC, the most powerful anti-oxidant blend that is also broad-spectrum), Phyto Power, and Glucosinolates & Sulforaphanes (broccoli sprouts).*

Vascular: Take 4-8 tabs to support the vascular system.*

Heart Health: Take 4-6 tabs. As the greenest food, chlorella regenerates CoQ-10 for heart health.*

Travel: Take 4-6 tabs before leaving home, and during the flight. Take along with 1-2 capsules of Garlic to protect against cold/flu.*

Our Favorite: This is a huge favorite amongst many health care practitioners because it is so versatile and nutritious. The number one supplement in Japan, Chlorella is simply an awesome green food performing many functions in the body.*

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