How Does Chlorella Compare To Green And Yellow Vegetables?

Mixed selection of vegetables and fruitsSpinach, pumpkin or squash, carrots are just some of the famous green and yellow vegetables that are not only delicious, but also highly nutritious. But there’s another plant that should be part of your daily diet as much as these vegetables are. And if you are planning to whip up something healthy and delicious for your family dinner tonight, toss in some chlorella – and level up the nutrition three to four times more!

You read that right—Chlorella, the unicellular green fresh water algae. While you can’t go to the fresh produce or seafood market looking for chlorella, you can easily get this power food from Nature’s Glory.

What Is Chlorella And How Nutritious Is It?

Chlorella is a highly attractive food source because it is power-packed with nutrients. When dried, it is about 45% protein, 20% fat, 20% carbohydrate, 10% minerals and vitamins, and 5% fibre. It is one of the widely studied foods in the world, with many institutions like Carnegie Institution, Rockefeller Foundation, the NIH, UC Berkeley, and the Atomic Energy Commission among those who further study it in the United States, and with the Japanese government not ceasing the study on its exploit and use since the 1950s.

Among many producers, the Yaeyama chlorella, cultivated and harvested in the Ishigaki islands of Japan, is considered among the purest and most potent. Yaeyama is a pristine island in Japan teeming with marine life and coral reefs. The mineral-rich coral reef waters, the clean environment, and unobstructed source of sun makes the Yaeyama chlorella among the best produced in the world. 

How Does Chlorella Compare To Other Greens?

Compared to carrots, spinach and pumpkin, Chlorella proves to contain the highest nutrients.

To give you an idea about how nutritious it is, take a look at the comparison table below sourced from the Japanese Standard Tables of Food Comparison, 2010.

Table on nutritional comparison between yaeyama chlorella and vegetables        

Chlorella offers more Vitamins A, B1, B2, C, Beta Carotene, Lutein, Chlorophyll, and Folic Acid than any other green and leafy vegetable listed above.

No wonder, this super food was considered by NASA as food in space.

The Japanese army also offered it to their soldiers during the war.

And, in your every day war against diseases for your kiddie explorers and adults alike, Chlorella is indeed a power-packed nutritious food to help your family get an extra  boost for their activities.

Give Your Family Nature’s Glory Yaeyama Chlorella and Chlorella Growth Extract (CGF) Today

Because your family deserves the best, give them only the best. A power food that helps repair and regenerate cells, Yaeyama chlorella is available at 85% absorbability. Some other species are only digestible by 40-50%. The Yaeyama Chlorella is absorbable at 85%, or about the same absorbability as rice and corn. This means getting the full goodness of this power food, even if it is not as easy to purchase and prepare like rice and corn!

Comes in tablet and powder form, Nature’s Glory Yaeyama Chlorella and CGF extract is your family’s strong defence against impending illness, and your little ones’ growth partner for healthy body, strong bones and muscles!

Posted By: Admin
Posted on: February 2nd, 2014