Source Naturals, Yaeyama Chlorella powder, 16 oz
UPC Code: 021078015291
Yaeyama Chlorella is 100% fresh-water chlorella, grown on the coral reef island of Ishigaki, Japan. Chlorella may enhance health naturally by supporting the immune system and promoting energy, vitality, and natural cleansing. Yaeyama Chlorella is rich in chlorella growth factor (CGF), vitamins, minerals, chlorophyll, beta-carotene, and other phytonutrients. It is spray dried using a special process that breaks the cell wall, yet preserves the nutrients within, ensuring a highly digestible and nutrient-rich product.
1 level teaspoon mixed or blended with at least 8 ounces (one cup) of water or other liquid 1 to 3 times daily.
Calories - 10
Yaeyama Chlorella Yielding Approximately: - 3 g
Protein - 2 g
Vitamin A (as beta-carotene) - 2,266 IU
Vitamin C - 4 mg
Thiamin (vitamin B-1) - 60 mcg
Riboflavin (vitamin B-2) - 170 mcg
Niacin (vitamin B-3) - 920 mcg
Vitamin B-6 - 70 mcg
Vitamin B-12 - 0.31 mcg
Magnesium - 8 mg
Iron - 3 mg
Potassium - 26 mg
Chlorella Growth Factor - 531 mg
Chlorophyll - 114 mg
Mixed Carotenoids - 20 mg
About Source Naturals
Source Naturals was created in 1982 to support each individual's potential to enjoy optimal health. Source Naturals' comprehensive Bio-Aligned Formulas help bring the power of alignment to your body. When formulating, we evaluate the underlying causes of system imbalances, and then provide targeted nutrition to interdependent body systems. Our line of more than 600 products also includes well-researched, single entity nutrients in their highest quality and most bioavailable forms.
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