Chlorella pyrenoidosa is the old name for Chlorella sorokiniana. It was also known as the “King of Chlorellas”.They are exactly the same species. It is just because of the change of Taxonomy, so we call it Chlorella sorokiniana nowadays. According to the papers from SAG, the Chlorella pyrenoidosa is the former name of 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 of stimulating tissue growth and repairing.
Chlorella has an amazing ability to bind to toxins, it is very important to make sure the Chlorella products come from a reputable source. Read more on how to choose high-quality Chlorella.
On November 11, 2014, scientists found a virus called chlorella virus ATCV-1. This virus can affect the cognitive abilities of healthy people.
We took a closer look at the research paper and found that the chlorella virus will only infect certain species of chlorella.
The question you should be asking is, "what species of chlorella can help you avoid the virus?"
Most prescription medications have a long list of adverse side effects. It can also lead to dependency problems for some patients.
If you are looking to reduce your medication intake, using the right natural remedies have proven to be a great natural alternative route for people living with Fibromyalgia.
Kathleen M. Zelman, MPH, RD, LD released an article entitled: The Truth About Detox Diets. In the article, the author says that:
“...Your body is an expert at getting rid of toxins no matter what you eat. Toxins don’t build up in your liver, kidneys, or any other part of your body, and you’re not going to get rid of them with the latest detox wonder.”
So it this true? Can you really not detox your body?