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Chlorella was part of the Incas' diet

Chlorella is a unicellular microalga, which has been a popular ingredient of a healthy diet for decades in East Asia, and also for a few years in America and Europe.

Chlorella’s various constituents such as chlorophyll, unsaturated fatty acids, peptides and amino acids, polysaccharides, glycoproteins, anti-oxidants, vitamins and minerals have beneficial physiological effects that make this alga a true gift from nature.


The most famous and efficient Chlorella’s benefit is its detoxifying effect that removes toxics from our organisms, including heavy metals such as MERCURY, LEAD, CADMIUM, dioxins, and chlorinated aromatic compounds such as polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs). To date, chlorella remains the most efficient natural means of eliminating such toxics from the organism.

Since 2000, Chlorella has been cultivated in Germany using a patented and innovative method of algae cultivation that enables the production of Chlorella to reach an unprecedented level of purity. This is where the Chlorella Echlorial is produced.

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A regular intake of Chlorella can stimulate the body’s immune system, help fighting against diabetes and lipid metabolism disorders, purge heavy metals and environmental toxins, and some studies have shown that it might help fighting against cancer and limit tumor spread and growth.


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