Yaeyama Chlorella pulver (250g)

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Yaeyama Chlorella pulver
Arguably, one of the very best in the world! Enjoyed by millions of people every day, broken cell wall Yaeyama Chlorella is a pure, natural whole food supplement with no synthetic additives, radiation-free and packed with essential vitamins, macronutrients, micronutrients, protein, minerals, enzymes, aminoacids, RNA/DNA and of course the Chlorella Growth Factor or CGF (Chlorella Extract). Chlorella is the richest known source of chlorophyll renowned for its powerful natural cleansing, detoxing and healing properties.

1 x 250g stand up resealable pouch

Suitable for vegetarians, vegans and children. Halal and kosher

Chlorella is a truly super green plant food. All its ingredients work synergistically in perfect balance creating a truly remarkable "complete" wholefood where the sum is bigger than its nutrient parts. Here are some of the most powerful aspects of its nutritional profile:

- 16 vitamins and 8 minerals (plus vital trace elements and minerals);
- 19 amino acids (including the 9 essential);
- The highest concentration of RNA/DNA nucleic acid in all known plant foods;
- The richest source of chlorophyll known to man;
- Highly digestible complete protein;
- Essential fatty acids - Omega-3 and Omega-6;
- Nutritional co-factors including enzymes, polysaccharides and sterols.



Researched Chlorella Benefits

Here are seven scientifically proven chlorella benefits you can expect to receive by incorporating this superfood into your daily diet.

1. Detoxifies Heavy Metals
If you have mercury fillings in your teeth, have been vaccinated, eat fish regularly, have been exposed to radiation or consume foods from China, you may have heavy metals lurking in your body. It is important for your overall health and wellness to be proactive in detoxing heavy metals and toxins.

One of chlorella’s most significant health benefits is that it wraps itself around even stubborn toxins residing in our bodies, such as lead, cadmium, mercury and uranium, and keeps them from being reabsorbed. Regular consumption of chlorella can even help keep heavy metals from accumulating in our bodies’ soft tissues and organs in the first place. 

2. Detoxifies Radiation and Chemotherapy
Radiation therapy and chemotherapy are the most common forms of cancer treatment today. Anyone who has gone through either of these
treatments, or knows anyone who has, knows what a toll they take on the body. Chlorella’s high levels of chlorophyll have been shown to protect the body against ultraviolet radiation treatments while removing radioactive particles from the body. According to researchers from Virginia Commonwealth University Medical College, “Cellular components and functions of the immune system remain at or near normal levels and are less adversely affected when patients are undergoing chemotherapy and/or taking immunosuppressive medications such as steroids.”

The university’s two-year study allowed researchers to observe that glioma-positive patients have fewer respiratory infections and flu-like illnesses when taking chlorella. 

3. Supports Your Immune System
Research published in 2012 in the Nutrition Journal found that after 8 weeks of chlorella intake, NK cell activity improved. Researchers from the Yonsei University in Seoul Korea studied healthy individuals and their immune system’s response to chlorella supplements. The results showed that chlorella supports a healthy immune system response and helps “natural killer” cell activity. 

4. Promotes Weight Loss
Losing weight is difficult, especially as we age. In a study published in the Journal of Medicinal Food, researchers state, “Chlorella intake resulted in noticeable reductions in body fat percentage, serum total cholesterol, and fasting blood glucose levels”. (5)

Chlorella benefits you by helping to regulate hormones, helping with metabolism, improving circulation, and promoting higher levels of energy. It also helps to reduce weight and body fat, and removes stored toxins.

As our bodies lose weight, toxins are released, and can be reabsorbed. It is important to flush these toxins out of our system as quickly as possible. Chlorella’s ability to surround the toxins and heavy metals resident in our bodies helps facilitate elimination and prevent reabsorption.

5. Makes You Look Younger
Research continues to reveal that chlorella may also slow the aging process, making you look younger. A study published in the journal Clinical Laboratory revealed that chlorella greatly reduces oxidative stress, that can be caused from pollution, stress and a poor diet. (6)

The reason chlorella is so effective at giving you younger looking skin is because it naturally increases levels of vitamin A, vitamin C and glutathione in your body which eliminates free-radicals and protects your cells.

By just taking 1 teaspoon or a couple capsules daily of a chlorella supplement, you can see results in as little as 2 weeks.

6. Fights Cancer
It is believed that all human bodies at some time develop cancer cells. Properly functioning immune systems have the ability to attack and destroy these cells, before they have the chance to take hold and create cancer. A recent medical study found that chlorella helps fight cancer in several ways. 

First, when taken preemptively, it strengthens the immune system, so our bodies respond properly. Second, because it removes heavy metals and toxins from our body, we are less likely to get environmentally based cancers. Third, studies have shown that individuals once diagnosed with cancer, chlorella enhances the action of T cells helping to fight new abnormal cells. And, as mentioned above, if cancer is diagnosed, and chemotherapy or radiation therapy is used, chlorella can help to fight the side effects and be used in addition to natural cancer treatments.

7. Lowers Your Blood Sugar and Cholesterol
Type 2 diabetes and high cholesterol are two of the serious chronic conditions facing many Americans today. Years of improper eating, stress and a lack of sleep have led many to one or both of these diagnoses. In a study published the Journal of Medicinal Food, researchers found that doses of 8,000 mg of chlorella per day (divided into 2 doses), helps lower cholesterol and blood glucose levels. Researchers observed first a decline in cholesterol levels, and then the improvement in blood glucose. They believe that chlorella activates a number of genes at the cellular level that improve insulin sensitivity, encouraging a healthy balance. 

Our Chlorella is cultivated on Ishigaki Island under the shining sun, with clean water and air, and in the rich natural environment. It is our mission to create high-quality Chlorella with hidden, infinite value, which is “truly useful to the health and happiness of mankind,” and disseminate it to the world.

We would like to serve humanity through the Chlorella business. We believe that advances in the Chlorella business will lead to accomplishing man's unchanged theme “being healthy and happy.”

What is Chlorella?
Chlorella is single-cell green algae that grows wild in fresh water, and it has long attracted attention as a health food. Chlorella has been on Earth since the birth of the planet owing to its astonishing vitality. The existence of Chlorella was recognized around the time when the first microscope was invented. The Dutch scientist, Beijerinck, discovered Chlorella about 120 years ago. The name Chlorella is taken from the Greek "chloros" meaning green and Latin "ella" meaning small.
Is there a relationship between green water in a fish bowl and Chlorella?

You may have experienced that when you placed a fish bowl on a sunny porch, water inside turned green before you knew. What turned the water green are members of Chlorella. Chlorella lives by us in fresh water such as paddles, marshes, ponds, and lakes, and has a worldwide distribution. It is considered the first organism on the Earth and is a plant maintaining the original form of over two billion years ago until today.
Chlorella is a small plant (single-cell plant)
Under a microscope, individual spherical organisms 3 to 8 microns (1 micron = 1/1000 millimeter) in diameter are observed in the green water as shown in the right picture. These organisms are tiny plants, Chlorella. They measure only a half of human red blood cells, and come together in a large number to form algae that are very useful for our lives.

Aonori (green laver) is related to Chlorella
Chlorella belongs to green algae network Kurorokokkumu Pirenoidosa eye department Ooshisuchisu academically.
The network has green alga Enteromorpha is our favorite.

As a fellow of the Others, such as belonging to a network of red algae Porphyra tenera is raised kelp brown algae belonging to the network everyday things often see, also, seaweed. These are all colleagues of Chlorella.

Chlorella consists of a single cell (unicellular organism)
While most living organisms consist of many cells, a single cell of Chlorella is an independent life form. It is called a unicellular organism. Although Chlorella is a microscopic plant invisible to the naked eye, it is provided with every organ and function necessary for a life in its cell as a complete organism. Chlorella is a marvelous unicellular plant possessing more ability and power than commonly seen plants.
An energetic plant that makes four offspring a day by itself
Various organisms reproduce either sexually or asexually. Chlorella makes wonderful asexual reproduction. Chlorella, about 3 microns in diameter, grows through photosynthesis by using solar energy and carbon dioxide in fresh water. Before it matures to close to 8 to 10 microns, two nuclear divisions occur, and continuously a parent cell undergoes cell divisions to form four offspring at a time. Chlorella is an organism that has been in existence and dividing for over two billion years.
A large crowd of Chlorella occupies the Earth?

Chlorella's vigorous reproduction keeps making four cells every 24 hours. The first one multiplies into four tomorrow and into sixteen the day after tomorrow, and this goes on. A month later, there will be a huge family of 4 (30), that is 100 kei (1 kei = 10,000 times a trillion). One hundred kei cells weigh 20 tons. If Chlorella continues to multiply at this rate, their calculated volume will be larger than that of the Earth (1.08332 x 10 (12) km3) in 63 days. Chlorella has such energetic reproduction ability as a science fiction movie of Chlorella occupying the Earth may be possibly made.

Requirements for growth and reproduction of Chlorella
A calculated scenario is as mentioned above, whereas Chlorella has requirements for life. To manage division, growth, and multiplication, Chlorella needs to absorb sufficient solar energy into chloroplasts, take in a small amount of inorganic salts as nutrients, take in carbon dioxide, and photosynthesize in clean fresh water. As cells multiply, they block off the light to each other. Chlorella without sunlight stops growing, and eventually dies. Even if it is cultured under favorable conditions, a monthly yield will be about 20 grams per square meter (dry weight). Such a tremendous multiplication as one cell grows to a huge family the size of the Earth in 63 days does not happen. Chlorella recovers vigorous reproductive ability when an even and sufficient supply of solar energy and carbon dioxide is available. It is an important plant useful enough to be a future food source when correctly cultured.

Chlorella is a champion of photosynthesis
Many plants live through photosynthesis, and the source of a life is solar energy in animals and plants alike. The daily yield of 20 grams per square meters indicates that Chlorella produces much more organic matter than regular plants. If we assume one gram of Chlorella has 5.6 kcal, the yearly calories will be 40,880 kcal per square meter. Compared with this, grains generate just 800 kcal per square meter. This shows that Chlorella's photosynthesis provides 50 times more food.
A one-million acre pond supplies protein sources for two hundred million people
Today, the food crisis is urgent. Scientists around the world are paying attention to nutritious Chlorella. Especially in the United States, research in this field is active. Some scientists reported that culturing Chlorella under favorable conditions in a one-million acre pond (approximate area of Tokushima Prefecture) would fulfill the protein need for the entire U.S. population (about two hundred million people). Now you know why Chlorella is called food for the 21st century.

Chlorella is a pesticide-free vegetable

Natural Chlorella needs to be cultivated as edible Chlorella to be incorporated into health maintenance and our diet. Chlorella is washed, cultured with ample solar energy, and manufactured in a continuous process starting from seed strains under strict control. When Chlorella is washed and cultured without losing its natural, rich proteins and various constituents, it is a bright, dark green and fragrant like macha or aonori. Chlorella produced this way can be called a highly nutritional pesticide-free vegetable containing abundant CGF as well.

The reason why human muscles do not turn into cow meat when people eat beef

Chlorella contains 50% or more protein. Both plant and animal proteins break down into about 20 kinds of amino acids. When eaten, proteins are first broken down into amino acids by digestive enzymes in the stomach. Then, human muscle proteins are synthesized using the amino acids absorbed from the intestinal walls. Thus, human muscles never turn into cow meat when people eat beef. Likewise, when people eat Chlorella or soy, they will not turn into plant people.

Eight pillars of essential amino acids

The twenty kinds of amino acids constituting proteins, except eight kinds can be made in the body. The eight kinds of amino acids cannot be made in the body by any means, and they are the most important amino acids in nutritional science as well. These eight kinds are called essential amino acids, which must be ingested via the mouth as food. If just one of the essential amino acids falls short to a standard value, the other seven kinds of amino acids cannot be fully active. The deficient amino acid is also called a limiting amino acid. Let's evaluate wheat proteins in this context. Wheat proteins contain less than a half of the required amount of lysine, an essential amino acid indispensable to growth stimulation. The limiting amino acid of wheat is lysine. On the other hand, Chlorella proteins contain a very large amount of lysine.

L-lysine trouble
The extremely small amount of lysine in wheat flour as a bread ingredient lowers protein activities as a whole. Due to this, a chemical substance, L-lysine is reluctantly added. Side effects of L-lysine, such as a carcinogen have been reported, and this has caused a social problem. Chlorella contains 1.5 times more natural lysine than wheat, therefore, about 5% Chlorella added to wheat will complete the essential amino acids and will improve the nutritional value.
Chlorella is a superman helping other proteins

Proteins in Chlorella do not work simply as proteins, but also have an important function of raising the assimilatory quotient by waking up proteins contained in other food and helping other nutrients in the body. If we assume one person takes in 60 g of protein a day, an intake of 2 g of Chlorella a day allows Chlorella proteins to cooperate with other proteins and give us the proteins we need. It may be the most ideal to keep eating Chlorella every day as a supplement so that the valuable nutrition sources you ate will not be wasted

What is a special substance CGF unique to Chlorella ?
Chlorella's proteins contain a special substance called CGF, which is a growth promoting factor with physiologically active activities. CGF is a kind of sulfur-containing nucleotide-peptide complexes, and its molecular structure and other details are currently being investigated by many scientists. CGF is not found in any higher plants, and its action attracts attention as a special substance found only in Chlorella.

Useful Chlorella besides as a protein source
Chlorella's extract is nearly tasteless and odorless. When it is added to food in a small amount, a softening effect on sourness, astringency, and bitterness, and a mellowing effect on stimulating the taste of alcohol are recognized. These are called the moderating effects of Chlorella. Other uses of Chlorella include a growth promoting action on lactic acid bacteria, yeasts, and Bacillus natto, and it is widely applied to production of lactic fermented milk drinks and natto on an industrial scale at present.

Other constituents of Chlorella

The fatty acid composition of Chlorella is the highest at 29% linolenic acid and about 14% of both palmitic acid and linoleic acid. Linoleic acid and linolenic acid are particularly essential fatty acids in nutritional science and are called vitamin F.  


Carbohydrates in Chlorella include both hemicellulose A and B as alkali-soluble polysaccharides and starch. In particular, some of the polysaccharides have medicinal cancer inhibiting activities, which are interesting future research subjects.

Chlorella is an outstanding alkaline food

Chlorella is an alkaline food rich in metals, such as potassium and magnesium, and valuable for keeping blood weak alkaline. A weak alkaline body is the first step to health. 

Chlorella is rich in vitamins. It is notable that the vitamin B12 (anti-anemic vitamin) content per one gram of Chlorella matches the daily requirement in humans. Furthermore, Chlorella helps in B12 synthesis via the intestinal bacteria in the human intestinal tracts.



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