Sunshine and freshwater nurture chlorella power

Chlorella is a kind of freshwater algae, a unicellular organism, which grows in areas with clean water and sunlight. It is said that chlorella was born over 540 million years ago and discovered by Dutch researchers in England in 1890.

Chlorella is, with a diameter of 3 to 8 micrometers, very small green algae which multiplies each cell four times every 20 to 24 hours, and increases the number of cells one after another, by 4 the next day and by 16 two days later. In this way, it has survived with its strong vitality until now, while dealing with drastic changes on the earth such as ice ages and volcanic activity.

One of characteristics of chlorella is its richness of ingredients. The most representative ingredients among them are protein. Chlorella contains approximately 60% of protein, which is extremely high among plants. Moreover, it contains all nine essential amino acids and its amino acid score which is an indicator of high-quality protein is 100 (full score). Chlorella also contains over 60 nutrients and ingredients, including various vitamins and minerals.

The number of cells contained in 1g of chlorella powder is several tens of billions. Strong vitality and rich nutrients are concentrated in each cell. Chlorella is a "plant-based whole food" that allows you to eat whole plant foods and absorb their power into your body in a well-balanced manner.
*As chlorella is a unicellular organism, the number of cells = the number of chlorella.

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