Chlorella

Chlorella.

Chlorella (Chlorella vulgaris) is a freshwater microalgae, which include some of the oldest surviving species on earth and provide nutrients and oxygen at the bottom of the aquatic food chain. Chlorella is a valuable source of proteins, polyunsaturated fatty acids, carotenoids and polysaccharides, as well as being one of the richest sources of chlorophyll. Chlorella has been reported to bind toxic metals in the gastrointestinal tract as well as having anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and anti-tumour properties and reduce blood pressure and cholesterol levels, speed up wound healing, enhance immune function and relieve inflammatory conditions such as fibromyalgia and ulcerative colitis.

References

K. Rani, N.S., P.K. Sahoo., A comprehensive review on chlorella-its composition, health benefits, market and regulatory scenario. The Pharma Innovation Journal, 2018. 7(7): p. 584-589.

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