GOLDEN CHLORELLA POWDER is 100% natural and contains 30% protein (meat has 25%) and is rich in with potassium, magnesium, zinc and vitamin B.
Now also in a shaker jar! Sprinkle or mix!
What to expect from Golden Chlorella?
- Colour: Rich and bright yellow, like the sunshine. This bright yellow is a 100% natural and funny enough coming actually from the absence of light during the production process.
- Taste: neutral, blends in seemliness in all sweet and savoury dishes, our big secret 😉 If you would try it pure as a powder it has a slight green tea note.
- Consistency: A very fine and light impalpable powder, almost like cocoa powder.
Who is it for? / What can Golden Chlorella do for you?
- First, if you want to have a gentle cleanse and want to eliminate heavy metals off your body
- If you have a desire to support your immune system
- and if you want to increase your vitamin and mineral intake
- If you wish to boost your cognitive strength
- Last but not least, if you want to keep a healthy blood sugar & cholesterol level
How to use?
Our product is truly powerful, therefore we recommend to start slowly:
- Week 1-2: 1/2 teaspoon daily blended into any dish or beverage.
- Week 2+: 1 teaspoon daily
Here are a few things to know about the benefits of Golden Chlorella: Cleansing Page
Click on the picture to try these vegan pancakes with Golden Chlorella®!
What more advantages does Golden Chlorella have?
- Non- GMO
- Naturally gluten Free
- Of course, naturally lactose-Free
- and soy Free
- 100% natural
- No fillers and additives
- Just one single ingredient: Chlorella Algae
Protein: more than 30%
Minerals: Calcium, Phosphorus, Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium, Iron, Zinc, Selenium
Vitamins: A, K1, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, E
Amino acids: Glutamate, Arginine, Alanine, Aspartic acid, Leucine, Lysine, Valin, Glycine, Threonine, Serin, Phenylalanine, Proline, Tyrosine, Isoleucine, Methionine, Tryptophan, Cysteine, Histidine.
The two main amino acids that can be found in our Golden Chlorella powder: arginine and glutamic acid.
Arginine improves immune function, increases muscle mass and energy levels, reduces cardiovascular problems, contributes to good sexual function, and helps reduce fat cells. Overall, arginine supports general wellbeing and happiness.
Glutamic acid is an indispensable aid for our brains. It increases learning and memory function and supports the transfer of information between nerve cells. Finally, glutamic acid is ideal for children during their developmental phase.
Last but not least, unsaturated lipids in the Alver protein powder cleanse the body, increase blood circulation, and stimulate metabolism, which is ideal for losing weight.
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