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Chlorella can solve food shortage

 
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Chlorella can solve food shortage
Chlorella as a food source

It is an attractive potential food source because it is high in protein and other essential nutrients; when dried, it is about 45% protein, 20% fat, 20% carbohydrate, 5% fibre, and 10% minerals and vitamins. Mass-production methods are now being used to cultivate it in large artificial circular ponds. It is also abundant in calories, fat, and vitamins.[3]

When first harvested, Chlorella was suggested as a "dirt-cheap" protein supplement to the human diet. Advocates sometimes focus on other supposed health benefits of the algae, such as claims of weight control, cancer prevention, and immune system support.[3]

Under certain growing conditions, Chlorella yields oils high in polyunsaturated fats—Chlorella minutissima has yielded EPA at 39.9% of total lipids.[4]

Several studies suggest Chlorella supplementation has a positive effect on the reduction of dioxin levels in breast milk and it may also have beneficial effects on nursing infants by increasing the IgA levels in breast milk.[5]
History

Following global fears of an uncontrollable population boom, during the late 1940s and the early 1950s Chlorella was seen as a new and promising primary food source and as a possible solution to the then-current world hunger crisis. Many people during this time thought hunger would be an overwhelming problem and saw Chlorella as a way to end this crisis by providing large amounts of high-quality food for a relatively low cost.[3]


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Re: Chlorella can solve food shortage
Fuck yeah.


Moringa too.
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Re: Chlorella can solve food shortage
Getting ready to order some more. Just make sure it doesnt come from Japan. Hawaii or Thailand produce quite a bit.
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Re: Chlorella can solve food shortage
bump!
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Re: Chlorella can solve food shortage
No.
Fucking.
BIRTH.
CONTROL.
CAN.
SOLVE.
FOOD.
SHORTAGE.
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Re: Chlorella can solve food shortage
Chlorella as a food source

It is an attractive potential food source because it is high in protein and other essential nutrients; when dried, it is about 45% protein, 20% fat, 20% carbohydrate, 5% fibre, and 10% minerals and vitamins. Mass-production methods are now being used to cultivate it in large artificial circular ponds. It is also abundant in calories, fat, and vitamins.[3]

When first harvested, Chlorella was suggested as a "dirt-cheap" protein supplement to the human diet. Advocates sometimes focus on other supposed health benefits of the algae, such as claims of weight control, cancer prevention, and immune system support.[3]

Under certain growing conditions, Chlorella yields oils high in polyunsaturated fats—Chlorella minutissima has yielded EPA at 39.9% of total lipids.[4]

Several studies suggest Chlorella supplementation has a positive effect on the reduction of dioxin levels in breast milk and it may also have beneficial effects on nursing infants by increasing the IgA levels in breast milk.[5]
History

Following global fears of an uncontrollable population boom, during the late 1940s and the early 1950s Chlorella was seen as a new and promising primary food source and as a possible solution to the then-current world hunger crisis. Many people during this time thought hunger would be an overwhelming problem and saw Chlorella as a way to end this crisis by providing large amounts of high-quality food for a relatively low cost.[3]


[link to en.wikipedia.org]




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Thanks!
Great info!
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Re: Chlorella can solve food shortage
Shhh we've secretly replaced their chlorella and spirulina with Soylent Green...... Let's see if they can tell the difference??

All kidding aside, that stuff is great. Blue green algeas are amazing, who do you think I'm deriding any rads that might be trying to crash my system.

To the person posting about the Moringa Oliefera tree, YES if that tree and CANABIS SATIVA where grown and consumed world wide, well I can dream can't I??

Good thread OP God bless you all for caring about your fellow man.
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*what do you think I'm detoxing my*....... damn phone!!
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Re: Chlorella can solve food shortage
Now brand has the Hawaiian chlorella & spirulina
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YES CANNABIS I FORGOT ABOUT THAT ONE, SHIT!!!!!!!!!!

Really. All forms of natural strains of cannabis.

Shit seriously we could just live off cannabis ALONE. ALONE. ALonE. LOL well Im not sure of that.

The roots, The leaves, the buds, the seeds, are all edible. But Im not sure how much of each is the limit.

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Re: Chlorella can solve food shortage
Getting ready to order some more. Just make sure it doesnt come from Japan. Hawaii or Thailand produce quite a bit.
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What's a good origin?

I see China as an origin! ...
I figure if it's organic it should be O.K. ...
No???



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Re: Chlorella can solve food shortage
add sprouts to this also. All various forms of sprouts. Hopefully the GMO shit doesn't take over.
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Re: Chlorella can solve food shortage
It needs to be cracked cell wall chlorella.

Or thin cell wall but IMO perhaps the best kind of thin cell walled chlorella comes from Znaturalfoods.com. It is natural thin cell wall strain of chlorella, not chemically processed.

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Re: Chlorella can solve food shortage
...what next..?

AIDS can cure Cancer..?
Propaganda has to be popular and has to accommodate itself to the comprehension of the least intelligent of those whom it seeks to reach...

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