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|Minimum Order Quantity :||25KG||Packaging Details :||Sample：1kg/bag with Polyethylene bag. Orders: Professional Drum with Net Weight 25kg|
|Delivery Time :||7-15 days||Payment Terms :||L/C, T/T|
|Supply Ability :||1000kg per month|
|Place of Origin:||CHINA||Brand Name:||HONGDA|
|Part:||Whole Plant||Appearance:||Dark Green Fine Powder|
|Product Name:||Chlorella Powder||Test Method:||HPLC|
|Application:||Health-care Products, Food Field, Pharmaceutical Field, Cosmetics & Personal Care Products||Specification:||58% Protein|
|Shelf Life:||2 Years||Color:||Dark Green|
58% Protein Chlorella Powder,
Food Additives Chlorella Vulgaris Powder,
Herb Extract Chlorella Vulgaris Powder
|Product name:||Chlorella Powder|
|Part Used:||Whole Plant|
|Color:||Dark Green Fine Powder|
|Particle Size:||100% pass 80 mesh|
|Loss on drying:||≤5.00%|
|Acid insoluble Ash:||≤5.0%|
|Heavy metals(as Pb):||≤10ppm|
|Total microbacterial count:||NMT10000cfu/g|
|Total Yeast & Mold:||NMT1000cfu/g|
What Is Chlorella?
Chlorella belongs to the Chlorella phylum, Chlorella is a pervasive single-celled green algae. It is a spherical single-celled freshwater algae with a diameter of 3 to 8 microns. It is one of the earliest life on earth and appeared more than 2 billion years ago. It is an efficient photosynthetic plant that grows and reproduces by photosynthesis and autotrophic, and it is widely distributed. Chlorella, Chlorellaceae. Unicellular algae, often solitary, also have multi-cell clusters. The cells are spherical and elliptical, with a peripheral, cup-shaped or flaky pigment body inside. Asexual reproduction, each cell can produce 2, 4, 8 or 16 spore-like spores. When mature, the mother cell ruptures, the spores escape, and it becomes a new individual when it grows up. It is distributed all over the world, mostly living in small shallow waters, and there are also seafood species. There are fewer individuals under natural conditions, and artificial cultivation and mass reproduction. The protein, fat and carbohydrate content in the cells are high, and there are many vitamins, which are edible and used as bait. Chlorella is a high-quality green nutrient source food. Its main nutrients are even better than some major foods. It has the advantages of high protein, low fat, low sugar, low calorie, and rich vitamin and mineral elements. Therefore, Chlorella is a source of high-quality health foods such as food additives and health foods. Chlorella has a high protein content, but the nutrient content will vary depending on the algae species, strains, culture methods, and culture media. Chlorella has a high protein content, complete amino acid types and close to standard ratios, which can fully meet the growth needs of humans and animals. It is an excellent source of single-cell protein and can be used as a nutrient fortifier in the food industry. Pay attention when applying it. The combination with methionine, cystine and threonine further enhances its nutritional value through amino acid complementation.
9 Impressive Health Benefits of Chlorella
1. Very Nutritious
Chlorella’s impressive nutritional profile has led some to call it a “super food.” While its exact nutrient content depends on growing conditions, the species used and how supplements are processed, it’s clear it packs several beneficial nutrients.
Protein: Chlorella is 50–60% protein. What’s more, it’s a complete protein source, meaning it contains all nine essential amino acids.
Vitamin B12: Some chlorella varieties may also contain vitamin B12, but more studies are needed.
Iron and vitamin C: Chlorella can be a good source of iron. Depending on the supplement, it may provide anywhere from 6–40% of your daily need. It’s also an excellent source of vitamin C, which helps you absorb iron.
Other antioxidants: These tiny green cells provide a wide range of antioxidants.
Other vitamins and minerals: Chlorella provides small amounts of magnesium, zinc, copper, potassium, calcium, folic acid and other B vitamins.
Omega-3s: As with other algae, chlorella contains some omega-3s. Just 3 grams of chlorella delivers 100 mg of omega-3s.
Fiber: In large quantities, chlorella can be a good source of fiber. However, most supplements don’t provide even 1 gram of fiber per dose.
2. Binds to Heavy Metals, Aiding Detox
Chlorella has gotten some buzz for its ability to help the body “detox.” In fact, animal studies indicate that it’s effective at helping remove heavy metals and other harmful compounds from the body.
Heavy metals include some elements that are essential in small amounts, such as iron and copper, but these and other heavy metals like cadmium and lead can be toxic in larger amounts.
While it’s rare for people to have dangerous levels of heavy metals in their system, people can get exposed to heavy metals through pollution or certain jobs such as mining.
In animals, algae, including chlorella, has been found to weaken the heavy metal toxicity of the liver, brain and kidneys.
Furthermore, chlorella has been shown to help lower the amount of other harmful chemicals that are sometimes found in food. One of these is dioxin, a hormone disruptor that can contaminate animals in the food supply.
Based on this evidence, it seems that chlorella could help enhance your body’s natural ability to clear toxins.
3. Could Enhance Your Immune System
Your immune system helps keep you healthy by fighting off infections.
It’s a complex system made up of multiple mechanisms and cells that get into gear when an invader enters your body.
Chlorella has been found to enhance the immune response in both animal and human studies, although the evidence so far is limited.
In one small study, men produced more antibodies when taking chlorella than when they took a placebo. Antibodies help fight foreign invaders in your body, meaning this finding is quite promising.
In another small, eight-week study, healthy adults who took chlorella showed markers of increased immune activity.
Nevertheless, findings have been mixed, with some studies showing little to no effect.
For instance, one study found that chlorella supplements enhanced immune function in participants aged 50–55, but not those over 55.
So it’s possible that chlorella may have immune-boosting effects in some populations and age groups, but not in all. More and larger-scale studies are needed.
4. May Help Improve Cholesterol
Several studies have suggested that chlorella supplements may help lower cholesterol.
Specifically, several studies have shown that taking 5–10 grams of chlorella daily lowered total and LDL cholesterol and triglycerides in people with high blood pressure and/or slightly elevated cholesterol.
Chlorella’s content of the following may help improve blood lipid levels:
Niacin: A B vitamin known to lower cholestero.
Fiber: A cholesterol-lowering agent.
Carotenoids: Have been shown to naturally lower cholesterol.
Antioxidants: Help prevent the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, which is known to contribute to heart disease.
5. Acts as an Antioxidant
Chlorella contains several compounds that are considered antioxidants, including chlorophyll, vitamin C, beta-carotene, lycopene and lutein. These antioxidants can help fight many chronic diseases. Some of these antioxidants seem to reduce the production of advanced glycation end products (AGEs), which drive many of the complications of diabetes. In animals and lab studies, chlorella has interfered with the way genes age. Also, a human study showed chlorella supplements increased antioxidant levels in chronic cigarette smokers, a population at a higher risk of oxidative damage. Although much of this research is promising, it is still preliminary.
6. Helps Keep Blood Pressure in Check
Chlorella supplements could help promote heart and kidney health, which is essential for normal blood pressure.
In one study, people with mildly high blood pressure took four grams of chlorella daily for 12 weeks. By the end, these people had lower blood pressure readings than participants who took the placebo. Another small study in healthy men showed that taking chlorella supplements was linked to less stiffness of the arteries, a factor that affects blood pressure.One theory to explain this is that some of chlorella’s nutrients, including arginine, potassium, calcium and omega-3s, help protect arteries from hardening.
7. Could Improve Blood Sugar Levels
Some research shows that chlorella may help lower blood sugar levels. One study found that taking chlorella for 12 weeks lowered fasting blood sugar levels in both healthy individuals and those at high risk of lifestyle-related diseases.
Other studies have shown that supplementing with chlorella improves blood sugar control and increases insulin sensitivity in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. There isn’t enough research yet to say that you should take chlorella to manage blood sugar, but it may help when combined with other therapies.
8. May Help Manage Respiratory Diseases
Managing respiratory diseases like asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) often requires controlling inflammation. Chlorella has some components that can help reduce inflammation, including its many antioxidants. One study found that chlorella supplements improved antioxidant status in COPD patients, but that didn’t translate into any improvements in breathing capability. More studies are needed to determine its true effect on respiratory conditions, but chlorella might help with inflammation.
9. May Enhance Aerobic Endurance
Only one study has looked at chlorella’s effect on aerobic endurance, but it showed a positive effect. Researchers gave a group of young adults six grams of chlorella or a placebo daily for four weeks. At the end of the study, the chlorella group showed a significantly improved ability to saturate their lungs with oxygen, which is a measure of endurance. The placebo group did not experience any changes in endurance. This effect may be due to chlorella’s branched-chain amino acid content. Branched-chain amino acids are a collection of three amino acids that have been found to improve aerobic performance in various studies.
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