The canned SUN
Chlorella belongs to the Chlorella phylum Oosporaceae. The algae is single-celled, spherical or elliptical, with a diameter of only a few microns, without flagellum, and living in plankton. It lives in fresh water and has a diameter of 3 to 8 micron microorganism. It uses sunlight, water and carbon dioxide to grow natural full nutrients and release oxygen. With its photosynthetic capacity more than ten times higher than that of other plants, Chlorella has the vigorous reproductive ability of dividing 4 cells every 20 hours, constantly converting solar energy into energy needed for life. Based on this life activity, it is called the "The canned Sun". Chlorella is a single-celled green algae and a highly efficient photosynthetic plant. Chlorella, a mysterious color of prehistoric aquatic life, has never changed its genes due to environmental changes since it appeared on the earth. In the late 1950s, chlorella was regarded as an ideal source of food nutrition.