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Nutrition Facts per 100 grams:

Energy: 406 kcal/1700 kj

Protein: 60g

Carbohydrates: 22g

Fat: 10g

Fiber: 15g

Sodium: 65mg

Chlorophyll: 3g

Beta carotene: 400mg

Calcium: 80mg

Phosphorus: 1200mg

Magnesium: 20mg

Iron: 120mg

Potassium: 800mg

Zinc: 25mg

Copper: 3mg

Manganese: 5mg

Vitamin B1: 3mg

Vitamin B2: 6mg

Vitamin B3: 30mg

VitaminB6: 2mg

Vitamin B12: 0.40mg

Folic acid: 5mg

Vitamin K: 0.4mg


Recommended daily serving: 3-5 gr

Origin: Taiwan

Why is it good?

This single-celled fresh water algae is one of nature's most nutritious plants. Its packed with numerous vitamins, minerals and amino acids as well as large amounts of enzymes and chlorophyll. It is a good source of B vitamins, magnesium, vitamin A, iron, phosphorus, zinc and protein. This detoxifying green algae is great for digestion, clear and smooth skin and a strong immune system!

The fundamental difference between spirulina and chlorella is that spirulina is many thousands of years older and does not possess the hard cell wall that makes chlorella closer to being a plant than algae. Chlorella is an excellent way to detoxify your body from mercury, which most of you are contaminated with if you've ever had dental fillings, received a vaccine, used certain types of cookware or eaten fish. Spirulina simply is unable to remove heavy metals like chlorella does, as it lacks a cell membrane.

  • Detoxifies Heavy Metals

  • Detoxifies Radiation and Chemotherapy

  • Supports Your Immune System

  • Promotes Weight Loss

  • Makes You Look Younger 

  • Lowers Your Blood Sugar and Cholesterol

  • Fights Cancer 
    First, when taken preemptively, it strengthens the immune system, so our bodies respond properly. Second, because it removes heavy metals and toxins from our body, we are less likely to get environmentally based cancers. Third, studies have shown that individuals once diagnosed with cancer, chlorella enhances the action of T cells helping to fight new abnormal cells.

We recommend mixing 1-2 teaspoons of Chlorella Powder into smoothies and drinks, but you may also sprinkle it right onto your salads, yogurt, or cereal.

If you don't like the taste of Chlorella, then it can easily be masked by adding a banana or apple to the drink. 

Blueberry Chlorella Smoothie Recipe

½ cup frozen blueberries

½ of a banana

1 tsp Sommerfoods Chlorella

1 cup water

2 or 3 ice cubes (optional)

How to use it?

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