Chlorella


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Chlorella

a microscopic green alga of high protein content, used commercially as an additive in foodstuffs and confectionary.

chlorella (kl·reˑ·l),

n green one-celled algae taken as a food supplement. A rich source of vitamins, proteins, chlorophyll, and nucleic acids.

Chlorella

a green alga, thought to be the origin of the achloric alga Prototheca spp., a sometime animal pathogen. See prototheca.
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Portugal-based microalgae supplier Alima specializes in chlorella, which the company's business development manager, Sofia De Mendonga, said "contains a vast array of micronutrients, from all the essential amino acids, as well as several trace minerals, vitamins A, B, C and E, and other important phytochemicals such as chlorophyll, lutein, zeaxanthin and carotenes.
In 2007 Nature Complete Chlorella and Spirulina were the first that the Soil Association ever certified.
Experimental studies with the mixture of Chlorella and Scenedesmus cultures were carried out in mechanically cleaned wastewater collected from the water supply and wastewater treatment company "Vilniaus vandenys".
Considerable reduction in Na+ during phycoremediation from wastewater of leather industry using Chlorella was reported [18].
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The vegan and gluten-free drink mix is made with organic wheat grass, barley grass, alfalfa, spirulina, spinach, chlorella and broccoli.
For a super-green boost, choose barley and wheat grass sprouts, spirulina, or chlorella mixed in drinks, and raw parsley in salads.
Detox is a blend of fruit juices with added ingredients such as Chlorella, a rich source of chlorophyll, blue green algae and green barley leaf, known for its detoxification properties.
Researchers at Saiseikai Nara Hospital, Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, and Hokkaido Medicinal Plant Research Institute, found that when Chlorella pyrenoidosa supplements were added to the diets of 23 pregnant women, the amount of dioxins transferred was reduced by as much as 30 percent.