Yaeyama Chlorella is a subspecies of Chlorella vulgaris, a single-celled, fresh water algae, grown in the environmentally pristine coral reef region of Japan’s Ishigaki Island using mountain spring water, tropical sunshine and food grade nutrients. Yaeyama Chlorella cell walls are broken by a high-impact, jet-spray drying that pulverizes the algae wall for increased absorption of its vital nutrients.
Yaeyama Chlorella provides chlorophyll, RNA, DNA and proteins, and is a source of naturally-occurring vitamins and minerals. Yaeyama Chlorella supports healthy cell function and promotes detoxification, especially heavy metal excretion. “Yaeyama” means richer, more flavourful and more nutritious chlorella!
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