Chlorella is a unicellular freshwater green algae that has a long history of use as food. The name of Chlorella is derived from Greek: "chloros" green and "ella" small. Chlorella is noted for its protein and iron content.
Chlorella intended for human use has in the past been cultivated commercially in large fresh mineral water pools exposed to direct sunlight, where it proliferates rapidly. Modern Chlorella farming methods typically make use of bioreactors which limit the production of pathogenic or undesirable aquatic species. Chlorella possesses a fibrous shell which consists mainly of cellulose that must be broken in order for the algae to be made digestible to humans.
PureBulk's dried chlorella consists of the broken cell powder of (Chlorella vulgaris) .
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