All Chlorella sellers tell us so many different things about Chlorella, is it impossible to know which Chlorella is the best one?
100% guarantee that you can find good quality Chlorella, by asking the following questions. Nothing beats the FACTS!
“Where is the country of origin” – a crucial question to ask!
Chlorella binds toxins easily. Choosing the country of origin is the first step to choosing the high-quality Chlorella.
From various sample testing, Chlorella grown in mainland China was found to be the most contaminated and is the cheapest at the wholesale level.
Chlorella from Japan is generally good quality, but there are questions about radiation contamination from Fukushima.
Korean Chlorella is grown indoors. The Chlorella literally never sees the light of day. Natural sunlight is essential for growing the best Chlorella and Chlorella grown indoors has no binding capacity. Sunlight is also critical for growing Chlorella since it helps produce the chlorophyll.
There is no commercially - grown Chlorella in North America. Chlorella is often manufactured in Canada or the U.S, but it is not grown in Canada or the U.S.
The samples of Chlorella from Taiwan were found to be the cleanest and purest. There are many companies that produce Chlorella in Taiwan. Some have decades of experience, while others have only a few years. Producing consistent high-quality Chlorella is not an easy task as it required extensive experience.
What questions can you make to find the best Chlorella in Taiwan?
First, ask what the species of Chlorella is Chlorella Sorokiniana?
There are many species of Chlorella in the market, but Chlorella Sorokiniana is the ONLY species that contains a large quantity of Chlorella Growth Factor (C.G.F).
C.G.F is a complex combination of amino acids, nucleic acids, peptides, and carbohydrates, with the unique ability to stimulate tissue growth and repairing. It makes Chlorella the only algae on the planet with the ability to quadruple in volume in less than one day.
For athletes, CGF can greatly increase the rate of tissue growth and repair.
For people who need to improve digestion and enhance their ability to absorb nutrients in their longevity diet; CGF speeds up the growth of friendly intestinal bacteria.
For individuals who are suffering from diseases that are caused by damaged nerve tissue such as multiple sclerosis, seizures, Alzheimer's, sciatica, Parkinson's and more; CGF can help rebuild nerve tissue.
Second. What is the method cell wall treatment of Chlorella?
Chlorella has a tough indigestible cell wall to prevent the nutrient inside. Therefore, Broken Cell Wall Chlorella is much easier to digest than Thin Cell Wall Chlorella.
The most popular methods for treating the cell wall are Dyno-Mill, Pressure–release/difference, Spray Drying and Sound Vibration.
Some of the methods are very destructive to the nutrients inside the cell wall. If all the nutrients get crushed and exposed and they will start to oxidize, Chlorella´s shell life will also be affected by those methods.
Choosing Chlorella made by either Sound Vibration or Pressure-release technology to break the cell wall will increase the digestibility without compromising the nutritional values.
Third, Is Chlorella Organically certified?
Not all Taiwan Chlorella producer can pass the organic certifying process.
Taiwan has very strict environmental standards, and the certifying process will ensure that the farmer does not add herbicides, pesticides, petroleum – based fertilizer, synthetic chemicals or metals. and it certifies that the soil must be free from the same things for a certain number of years before organic certification is approved.
Therefore, it is critical to making sure that the Chlorella you purchased is from a Certified Organic producer in Taiwan.
Fourth, ask the company for a lab test result.
A good natural health supplement company will test their products in a third-party lab to ensure the quality with the unbiased test result.
Chlorella is not created equal, it is very important to make sure that you obtain Chlorella products from a reputable source.