Chlorella: The Emerald Food

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Ronin Publishing, Jun 15, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 120 pages
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The single celled micro-alga Chlorella is the high tech food that is as old as life itself. The highest source of natural chlorophyll, Chlorella has almost three times the protein of beef. One acre produces 15,000 kilograms of protein, nearly 20 times the per-acre yield of soybeans. Chlorella's ability to purify water and air while producing food make traveling and living in outer space possible, can transform animal waste to animal feed, and Chlorella ponds clean waste water while providing sanctuaries for birds and fish. With the intriguing regenerative qualities of the Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF), Chlorella is a highly prized health food in Japan, where millions of people eat it daily.

Chlorella covers the many benefits of this ancient organism, including recipes for incorporating Chlorella into your diet.
 

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Contents

A New Frontier in Food Production
5
Chlorella as Food
13
An Aid in Weight Control
39
Footnotes
52
Microalgae Production
59
From Waste to Water
73
From Waste to Food
77
Chlorella in Space
85
Eliminating World Hunger
91
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Page 10 - ... a portion of the plant, such as its fruit, seeds, or roots. These parts contain the largest concentrations of protein, which is essential for the reproduction of the plant, and of fats and carbohydrates, which are forms of food stored for the use of the next generation. The sum total of these nutritive parts of the plant, however, is usually half or less of the total dry weight. Most of the plant structure serves mechanical purposes; roots to anchor it and to draw food and water from the soil,...

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