Jarrow Formulas Yaeyama Chlorella 300 tablets is a subspecies of Chlorella vulgaris, a single-celled, fresh water algae.
Yaeyama Chlorella is 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 high impact jet-spray drying that pulverizes the algae wall for increased absorption of its vital nutrients. Yaeyama Chlorella offers rich amounts of chlorophyll, Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF is high in RNA/DNA), proteins, beta carotene, B vitamins and various minerals. The phytonutrients in Yaeyama Chlorella support healthy cell growth and development and promote detoxification, especially heavy metal excretion. “Yaeyama” means richer, more flavorful and more nutritious chlorella!
who can benefit from Yaeyama Chlorella
Yaeyama Chlorella provides a flavorful and nutritious chlorella rich in protein and perfect for promoting detoxification!
Chlorella vulgaris is a fresh water algae and superfood grown in the pristine coral reef region of Japan’s Ishigaki Island. Jarrow Formulas’ Yaeyama Chlorella provides a package of complete nutrition along with antioxidant, immune-boosting, and blood sugar-balancing properties. It also supports healthy cellular function and promotes detoxification, particularly heavy metal excretion.
To ensure the body can effectively utilize all of its unique benefits, Jarrow’s Yaeyama Chlorella is prepared by rupturing the algal cell walls using a high-impact, jet-spray drying process to allow the naturally occurring vitamins and minerals, chlorophyll, nucleotides and proteins, to be optimally accessed.
Mother Nature’s Multivitamin
Chlorella has been extensively studied as a food source around the world due to its unique nutritional profile. It is a powerhouse of protein and considered a complete amino acid-based food; its photosynthetic efficiency allows it to yield more protein per unit area than any other plant. Chlorella vulgaris is also rich in an array of essential nutrients, including vitamin A, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, iron, phosphorus and zinc, and is a good source of vitamin B6 and magnesium. In addition, it’s rich chlorophyll content and levels of dietary nucleic acids (the compounds that make up nucleotide bases, which bind together to form DNA) which increase cellular energy (ATP) for improved intercellular communication, detoxification, and healing, are some of the highest naturally available in food.
One of nature’s most powerful natural detoxifiers, and widely used in Japan for detoxification support, Chlorella is well recognized for its ability to absorb heavy metals, such as uranium, mercury, copper, cadmium, and toxic chlorinated hydrocarbons. An animal study which investigated the influence of Chlorella on the excretion and tissue accumulation of methylmercury (MeHg), found it significantly lowered blood mercury levels as early as day 7 of the study. In addition, significant increases in the cumulative mercury eliminations into urine and feces were found, along with a significant reduction of mercury levels in the kidney and brain.
Blood sugar balance
Chlorella is also an excellent promotor of cardiometabolic health, supporting healthy blood sugar levels, normal levels of insulin and healthy weight by affecting the expression of insulin signaling pathways on the genetic level. A randomized, open-label clinical trial which compared supplementation of 1200 mg of Chlorella vulgaris extract together with a conventional therapy and vitamin E (200 mg/day) versus a conventional therapy and vitamin E (200 mg/ day) for 3 months found that while weight and BMI were decreased in both groups, liver markers, blood fats, sugar markers and HOMA- IR index were reduced only in the Chlorella group.
Chlorella also offers profound benefits for immunity and supports normal levels of inflammation. Its peptides support healthy nitric oxide production and markers of inflammation, both in vitro and in vivo. In addition, an 8-week randomized, double-blinded, placebo- controlled trial comparing 5 grams of Chlorella or placebo found concentrations of interferon-γ and interleukin-1β significantly increased, and that of interleukin-12 tended to increase in the Chlorella group. In addition, natural killer cell activities were significantly increased in Chlorella group. Chlorella increases salivary SIgA secretion and mucosal immunity in humans and supports normal levels of immunity in the airways, modulating seasonal symptoms. Chlorella also reduces oxidative stress levels and its pigments help improve red blood cell antioxidant status, supporting healthy cognition in the elderly.
Jarrow Formulas’ Yaeyama Chlorella is a highly researched, potent superfood that not only provides concentrated source of balanced nutrition but provides the added benefits of rich source of chlorophyll and nucleic acids for extraordinary metabolic support. Together with its ability to bind heavy metals and support immunity, blood sugar and antioxidant status, Yaeyama Chlorella is a superfood that should not be missed.
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Take 3-6 tablets with water in the morning on an empty stomach and 2-4 tablets with water in between meals or as recommended by your qualified health care consultant.
Take 4 tablets with water at breakfast
Easy-Solv® tablets are designed to disintegrate within several minutes of ingestion.
contains per daily serving (10 tablets, 2g)
- calories from fat 2kcal total fat 0 g
- saturated fat 0 g
- transfat 0g
- cholesterol 0 mg
carbohydrates < 1 g
protein 1.3 g
vitamin A (from betacarotene) 800IU (15% RDI)
vitamin C 2 mg (1% RDI)
thiamine (B1) 0.03 mg (2% RDI)
riboflavin (B2) 0.1 mg (6% RDI)
niacin (B3) 0.5 mg (3% RDI)
pyridoxin (B6) 0.05 mg (3% RDI)
cobalamin (B12 0.06 mcg (1% RDI)
magnesium 7 mg (2% RDI)
manganese 0.12 mg (6% RDI)
iron 2 mg (11% RDI)
potassium 30 mg (<1% RDI)
Yaeyama Chlorella (Chlorella vulgaris) 2000mg †
chlorophyll 86 mg †
RDI = Recommended Daily Intake
† = RDI not established
active ingredient (Chlorella vulgaris yaeyama), filler (cellulose, calciumphosphate, modified cellulose gum, vegetable stearic acid and magnesium stearate) , modified cellulose)
store in a cool, dry place
keep out of reach of young children
warning and contra-indication
When using more than 6 grams (30 tablets) a day, a dosage that is normal for detox diets, faeces will turn green, which is a harmless side-effect.
If you have a medical condition, are pregnant, lactating, or trying to conceive, are under the age of 18, or are taking medications, consult your health care practitioner before using this product.
contains no familiar allergens (wheat, gluten, soy, lupin, nuts/tree nuts, celery, mustard, sesame seeds, dairy, egg, fish/shellfish or mollusks)
suitable for vegetarians and vegans