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Japan is one of the healthiest nations on earth*. With Japanese people expecting to remain in good health longer than anybody else in the world (an amazing 74.5 years), it certainly makes sense to heed the health secrets of the East.

From the cancer fighting powers of soy (edamame, miso, tofu) and green tea, to the many health boosting benefits of raw fish and probiotic drinks, the Western world has adopted many of Japan’s best health secrets. Now it’s time to discover the next big thing…Sun Chlorella ‘A’ is taken globally by around ten million people each day and is the single most popular green food supplement taken in Japan.

It is also the choice of celebrities. Last year when Victoria Beckham opted for daily two pint shakes of chlorella algae in a bid to stay svelte for the Spice Girls tour, she was following in the tradition of other celebs, such as actors Christian Slater and Sally Field.


Chlorella is a single-cell green algae. In its basic form it keeps all its nutrition locked in due to an impenetrable cell wall, but thanks to a unique, high-pressure pulverising system, Sun Chlorella ‘A’ releases its valuable nutrients by blasting the cell wall open. The algae is then dried to a powder and pressed into small tablets so it’s easily absorbed by the body.

Sun Chlorella ‘A’ contains an astonishing quantity and variety of nutrients and is composed of 60% pure plant protein; a daily dose has all the essential amino acids plus Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, B6, Vitamin D, Folic Acid, Iron and Fibre. In terms of iron content alone, a daily dose** of Sun Chlorella ‘A’ has the equivalent of nine cups of spinach (270g) and the same B12 content as a 32oz steak.


1. Fights fatigue and anaemia
Chronic fatigue and anaemia are two of the biggest health issues for women and can be bought on by lack of vitamins B12, B6, folic acid and iron. Sun Chlorella contains all of these and a single serving a day can rapidly help increase energy levels.

2. Boosts the immune system
Sun Chlorella contains a special component called the Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF). In cultivation, Chlorella cells divide at an astonishing rate from 4 cells on day 1 to one billion cells on day 15; this CGF encourages growth and repair of cells and tissues in our bodies and even as this process is slowed down by aging, Sun Chlorella re-stimulates that growth.

3. Detoxes the system
Sun Chlorella acts as an ‘intestinal broom’ cleansing the bowel by clinging on to toxins like mercury, aluminium or pesticides in your intestines and then eliminating them as waste. Waste material that remains in the colon impairs our ability to absorb vitamins and minerals and can also make us feel sluggish. A sign of a well functioning colon is a bowel movement shortly after each meal; a daily serving of Sun Chlorella can swiftly help return your system to its optimum performance.

4. Great source of protein
Our bodies need regular supplies of protein to build and repair tissues, as unlike fat and carbs, we can’t store it up. Sun Chlorella is comprised of a whopping 60% pure plant protein.

5. Bursting with nutrients
Sun Chlorella contains all the essential amino acids, vitamins A, B12, B6 and D as well as folic acid, iron and fibre. Due to its CGF it also stimulates growth of good bacteria (Lactobacilli) four-fold once it’s absorbed***.

With all these benefits it’s not hard to see why so many people are learning from Japan’s new health secret and enjoying the benefits of pure Sun Chlorella.

Sun Chlorella is priced £19.95 for 300 tablets (a 20-30 day supply) and is available from, free phone 0800 008 6166,, and good health stores.


Issued by: Pegasus Public Relations
On behalf of: Sun Chlorella
Press enquires: Terri Foster / Stephanie Butt / James Knott (01903 821550) / /

** The recommended 3g dose (15 tablets)

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