Chlorella, also known as green algae, is a single cell seaweed. Scientifically, Chlorella is classified as Chlorella pyrenoidosa or Chlorella vulgaris. The whole Chlorella plant is processed for its nutritional value. The plant is a rich source of chlorophyll. When the cell walls are broken down for human ingestion, chlorella contains significant amounts of proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, fiber, nucleic acid, vitamins and minerals. Chlorella is used as a food and nutrient source as it supports good health and proper functioning of the body.
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Cautions During the first week, Chlorella may cause diarrhea, abdomincal cramping, flatus, and nausea.