- — Natural Chlorella Powder
- — Very Low in Cholesterol and Sodium
- — Good source of Calcium and Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Iron, and Protein
Chlorella is a single-celled green microalga that lives in fresh water.
Chlorella is a source of protein – it is more than 50% of its dry weight, also contains a large amount of chlorophyll and other vitamins and nutrients. This seaweed contains many vitamins and trace elements in high concentrations, such as Vitamin A; Vitamin C; Vitamin E; B vitamins; Vitamin K, Magnesium; Iron; Zinc; Calcium; Phosphorus, Iodine and many others.
How To Use Chlorella Powder
Chlorella has a wide range of uses: cooking; cosmetology; manufacture of food additives; medicine manufacturing.
Fine powder does not lead to a change in taste, only complementing it.
Sprinkle with this microalga fresh salads, add it to your freshly squeezed juices, smoothies made from fruits, berries, and vegetables.
Chlorella is especially tasty, mixed in tomato juice. The chlorella is perfectly combined with various vegetable purees, soups, sauces. When using chlorella dishes should not be hot.
The recommended dosage of chlorella powder ranges from one to 4 teaspoons per day. It is recommended to divide the daily rate of powder into several steps to better absorb the valuable nutrients. Always drink chlorella 1–2 cups of pure water: this will help it to digest better.
Chlorella Powder Storage Tips
Chlorella powder should be stored in a dry and cool place away from heat and light in a tightly closed bag or container. Opened powder packaging must be consumed within three months.