Chlorella


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Chlorella

a microscopic green alga of high protein content, used commercially as an additive in foodstuffs and confectionary.
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Olarte and Albaro pledged to build a small farm that would harvest green algae or Chlorella vulgaris, which would be used for purposes of medicine, food and supplements.
SUPER BERRY CHIA PUDDING INGREDIENTS (serves 2) ripe banana; 100g blueberries; 250g raspberries; 250ml coconut milk; 6 tablespoons chia seeds; 2 teaspoons maple syrup or honey; 1tsp Sun Chlorella powder serve: 60g raspberries; fresh berries top METHOD 1.
BROCCOLI, FENNEL AND PEAR SOUP Ingredients 1tbsp olive oil 1 small onion, chopped 1 garlic clove 150g broccoli, chopped 1 fennel bulb, chopped 600ml vegetable stock 1 pear, cored and chopped 1tsp Sun Chlorella powder olive oil for drizzling Method Heat the olive oil in a large pan and saute the onion and garlic for a couple of minutes.
The studied microalgae strains were Chlorella sp., Coleastrum sphaericum, Scenedesmus acuminatus and Scenedesmus spinosos and Coleastrum sphaericum and Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata, all previously isolated in the Brazilian Mid-Western region (Minillo, Godoy, & Fonseca, 2013).
Elderberry & Port, Organic Chlorella Powder, 350ml, batch code L2-17-88-382, L2-18-99-382, L2-17-311-383, best-before date N/A
[ClickPress, Thu Nov 15 2018] Chlorella is a microscopic organism that grows in fresh water.
The powdered formula also contains immune-boosting green tea, rose hips, chlorella, and elderberry flower for internal body wellness support.
Two batches of chlorella powders have been taken off sale as they contain sulphites, which are not mentioned on the label.
Naturya is recalling a batch of its Organic Chlorella Powder because the product contains sulphites, which are not mentioned on the label.
Chlorella vulgaris is fast-growing green microalga which produces high levels of biomass and lipids under natural conditions.