CHLORELLA: Benefits, Side Effects, Uses, Dosage, Warnings?
The Chlorella vulgaris is a freshwater alga , a single-celled plant organisms spherical shape, the size of red blood cells that make up our blood.
Chlorella also called Chlorella and Spirulina are two dietary supplements half composed of proteins .
Chlorella and Spirulina are two dopants natu ral, the complement energizing often used in complementation of dieting or sports diet.
The term "algae" commonly used, defines more than 40,000 species.
In fact, the term "algae" chlorophyll-rich organisms that thrive in water.
Chlorella and Spirulina are called "algae" but this is only true for Chlorella, Spirulina is actually a cyanobacterium.
Most of Chlorella versus Spirulina:
Chlorella is naturally rich in B vitamins including B12 bio assimilated.
3 grams of Chlorella Echlorial cover the recommended daily requirement (RDA) for B12.
While Spirulina contains pseudovitamine B12 which is not bioavailable to humans.
Thus, chlorella is a food supplement valuable for vegetarians.
Chlorella (Chlorella) contains four times more chlorophyll than spirulina.
Chlorella has a membrane made of indigestible fiber . These are the fibers that capture (chelate) heavy metals. These fibers, which are not considered are naturally eliminated from the body through the stool (feces).
Chlorella (Chlorella) is increasingly known for its cleansing and detoxifying vis-à-vis properties of heavy metals, mercury, lead, cadmium , .... but also with respect to dioxins and PCBs.
Chlorella contains natural fibers which give it its detoxifying power
To date, Chlorella is the most effective natural solution for removing heavy metals and dioxins.
It is imperative to choose a pure Chlorella: test chlorella grown in glass tubes
100 g chlorella tablets
Chlorella cconstitue a simple and natural way to preserve disorder due to the presence of toxic heavy metals in the body.
Health food supplement
Chlorella = freshwater microalgae!
Composition of Chlorella
Naturally rich in vitamin B12
Chlorella cells to burst _ digestibility?
Taxonomy & phylogenesis of Chlorella
Effects of Chlorella?
Chlorella stimulates our natural defenses
Stimulates development through CGF
Prevents deficiencies (B12, omega, minerals ...)
Fight against aging with antioxidants
A wellness through Tryptophan and omega3
The scientific and medical evidence
Chlorella and immune system
Power detoxification Chlorella
Prevention of diseases and deficiencies
Why consume Chlorella?
Chlorella and Prevention Health
Prevention of aging thanks to Chlorella
Pregnant and / or lactating
Chlorella is good for children
Chlorella is excellent in support of the Sick
Support schemes, risk of deficiency
Solve chronic constipation, ...
Set recurring problems: herpes, allergies. ...
Tips for using Chlorella
Powder or tablets?
Recommendations for use
Chlorella and Detox
Chlorella for our animals
Chlorella for our animals
Tips for using our amimaux
Chlorella and Spirulina differences?
Chlorella and purity
Chlorella must be pure Extra?
Why is purity essential?
Different methods of cultivation of micro algae
Culture in glass tubes
Comparative analysis between several Chlorella
Detailed analysis of our Chlorella
What you need to know about mercury and lead
Certifications quality Chlorella Echlorial
Are there a market a Chlorella certified "organic"?
Chlorella Natureland it is certified "organic"?
Quality guarantees with Chlorella Echlorial
Customer Testimonials from our Chlorella
Do we enjoy your experience and witness
Chlorella, miracle or reality?
Chlorella and herpes, mouth ulcers
Chlorella and fibromyalgia and Hyperhidrosis
Chlorella and allergies, Candida, Ashme
Chlorella and pain, osteoarthritis
Chlorella and well-being, fatigue, healing
Chlorella and hair, mucous membranes, skin, nails
Chlorella miraculous for our animals
Chlorella and menopause
Chlorella and constipation
Chlorella and thyroid
Science & News
Chlorella is a genus of freshwater algae . They are widely used.
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5 External links
Description [ Edit ]
Chlorella typologies form spherical, individually present cells and are characterized by chlorophyll a and b in green. The cells are very small with 2 to 10 microns in diameter.
The cell wall of these algae genus consists of a multilayered cellulose skeleton in the layers of polymeric hydrocarbon chains are incorporated. The cells contain a single chloroplast and scattered in the cytoplasm lying mitochondria .
The multiplication is done apparently exclusively asexually , it was in any case no gamete observed.
Systematics [ Edit ]
Chlorella vulgaris is the type species of the genus Chlorella . It was founded in 1889 by Martinus Willem Beijerinck described in Delft and is now in official culture collections such as the German Collection of Microorganisms cultured further.
The genus Chlorella is not a monophyletic lineage. It is probably even a polyphyletic genus whose common features by convergent evolution have emerged. 
In the AlgaeBase  The following 24 species (currently accepted taxonomically) as "currently accepted taxonomically" listed:
Chlorella angustoellipsoidea N. Hanagata & M. Chihara
Chlorella botryoides JB Petersen
Chlorella capsulata RRL Guillard, HC Bold & FJ MacEntee
Chlorella ellipsoidea Gerneck
Chlorella emersonii Shihira & Krauss
Chlorella fusca Shihira & Krauss
Chlorella homosphaera Skuja
Chlorella luteo-viridis Chodat
Chlorella -Algen under the microscope.
Chlorella marina Butcher
Chlorella miniata (Naegeli) Oltmanns
Chlorella minutissima Fott & Novakova
Chlorella mirabilis VM Andreeva
Chlorella ovalis Butcher
Chlorella parasitica (K. Brandt) Beijerinck
Chlorella peruviana G.Chacón Roldán
Chlorella rugosa JB Petersen
Chlorella saccharophila (Krüger) Migula
Chlorella salina Butcher
Chlorella spaerckii Ålvik
Chlorella sphaerica Tschermak-Woess
Chlorella stigmatophora Butcher
Chlorella subsphaerica H. Reisigl
Chlorella trebouxioides M. Puncochárová
Chlorella vulgaris Beijerinck
Terms [ Edit ]
In Chlorella explored Melvin Calvin the photosynthesis , which he in 1961 the Nobel Prize was awarded.
Chlorella can also be cultivated specifically. In terms of production technology, a distinction between the culture in open and closed systems. Chlorella is used for the production of food , food supplements and cosmetics . Since 1999 exists in Germany a production facility for microalgae in blocks / Altmark . In this alga is cultivated in a 500-km-long glass tube system.
Chlorella is in the alternative medicine often as a means of heavy metal  applied, especially during and after amalgam removals.
Advertising statements with the tenor "full nutrient spectrum of vitamins, minerals, protein and fatty acids" are considered by the supervisory authorities in Germany is misleading, as a dietary supplement from algae contain few nutrients in significant quantities. Similarly, statements that chlorophyll for humans is nutritionally important.