Chlorella vulgaris is a single-celled, green freshwater alga, with a round shape and it is approximately one hundredth of a millimeter in size. The detoxifying properties of chlorella are mainly due to the very high content of chlorophyll (leaf green) that can bind toxins. Furthermore, chlorella is a high-quality food source because it contains a high content of protein and other essential nutrients. When dried, chlorella contains approximately 45% protein, 20% fat, 20% carbohydrates, 5% fiber and 10% minerals and vitamins.
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