Chlorella contains more Vitamin B12 than beef liver and 50 times more Chlorophyll than Alfalfa (the richest known source of Chlorophyll, hence its name), as well as many rare micro and macro elements. The composition is 60% protein (soybeans only have 30%), about 20% of Carbohydrates, and 10% of fat. Chlorella protein contains 19 amino acids, including all of the essential ones. Its equivalent to animal proteins with only one difference: Chlorella contains less Methionine. It is also rich in Lysine, an amino acid which is missing in diets that are high in wheat.

Chlorella contains more than twenty different vitamins and minerals. Chlorella has 50 times more Chlorophyll than Alfalfa. It seems that the modern diet doesn’t contain enough of the green parts of plants. The construction of Chlorophyll is similar to Hemoglobin suggesting its hematopoietic character. First of all, Chlorophyll’s beneficial effect on the mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract forms a natural barrier against the toxic substances from entering the bloodstream directly from the gastrointestinal tract. This microscopic organism has extraordinary biological energy.

Since Chlorella contains high amounts of protein, this organism is very beneficial for high protein, low calorie diets or vegetarian diets. This organism is rich in Carotene (Provitamin A). There are also significant amounts of Iron, Zinc, and Cobalt.

Chlorella is a main ingredient in DuoLife Chlorophil:

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