What is chlorella, and what does it do for the body?
It is a type of algae (Chlorella pyrenoidosa) that grows in freshwater, which is naturally rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids & dietary fibre. Its purported health benefits include being able to encourage weight loss and boosting antibodies.
What is Sun Chlorella Good For?
It offers wholefood nutrition and is a quick and easy way to get your daily supply of chlorella. Whether you take it at home, on your office breaks, or on your travels in your car or bag, it is ready to supplement with when you are.
When was the Sun Chlorella brand established?
This leading premier brand in the health industry has been around since the late 1960s, however the story doesn't start there and begins with one man’s personal journey to optimum health. Sun Chlorella's founder, Mr. Hideo Nakayama, was suffering from post-World War II health complications. At only 51 years of age his doctor had given him a few years to live. Hideo had almost succumbed to his conditions, not to mention the awful news of his doctor's diagnosis, until a close friend introduced him to chlorella. Full of gratitude, Hideo decided to devote the rest of his life to researching chlorella. He established Sun Chlorella with one simple goal: to bring the health-supporting, nourishing nutrition of chlorella to as many people as possible. Sun Chlorella pioneered a unique process that pulverised chlorella’s tough outer cell wall, ensuring maximum digestibility and nutrients. This process made the brand one of the most digestible chlorella on the market. Not only that, but Sun Chlorella Powder is the only chlorella supplement on the market today that is both NSF Certified for Sport, and Informed-Sport Certified. Today, the business continues to manufacture their products under the strictest conditions of sterility and accountability.
Who is it for?
Sun Chlorella is suitable for everyone at any stage of life, however, there are key areas where it has shown particular promise. For example, it contains the ‘Key 4’ nutrients that may be lacking in some vegan & vegetarian diets: vitamin B12, vitamin D, iron and Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA), and omega 3 fatty acid. It may also help to maintain iron levels in women during pregnancy, and along with supporting a healthy gut microbiome, is full of active ingredients which all contribute to the function of a healthy immune system.