Beta Reu Rella Freshwater Algae Tablets 640 pcs
BETA-REU-RELLA® from outdoor cultures consist of 100% freshwater algae Chlorella pyrenoidosa.
The combination of chlorophyll and other nutrients makes BETA-REU-RELLA® a unique addition to daily food requirements. Chlorophyll has long been known for its excellent properties. Continuous use of 10 BETA-REU-RELLA® tablets is recommended. When using Chlorella powder, this corresponds to 2.5 g (approx. 1 teaspoon). Most of the discharge occurs through the intestines.
In contrast to spirulina algae, Chlorella algae have a multi-layered cell wall, which is primarily responsible for the high binding capacity. The natural vitamin B12 is characterized by a very high bioavailability and is highly recommended for a vegan diet.
Vitamin B12 contributes to the reduction of tiredness and exhaustion.
The BETA-REU-RELLA® powder from the green, single-celled freshwater plant Chlorella pyrenoidosa meets the frequent demand to make the proven BETA-REU-RELLA® tablets available for children and people with swallowing difficulties. The very soluble instant powder is particularly suitable for use in daily meals as well as in fruit and wellness drinks (smoothie booster).
10 tablets (corresponds to approx. 2.5 g / approx. 1 teaspoon of powder).
BETA-REU-RELLA contains no additives, no iodine and is gluten-free.
Nutritional values (Daily) portion per 10 tablets / 1 teaspoon powder (2.5 g) [% NRV *] 100 g Calorific value / energy 1703 kJ Calorific value / energy 404 ng fat 12 g hereof: saturated fatty acids 2.9 g carbohydrates 5 g of which sugars 0 g protein 60 g salt 0 g Vitamins (Daily) portion per 10 tablets / 1 teaspoon powder (2.5 g) [% NRV *] 100 g Vitamin B 12 10.5 µg [300%] Minerals / trace elements (Daily) portion per 10 tablets / 1 teaspoon powder (2.5 g) [% NRV *] 100 g iron 4.1 mg [29%] Others (Daily) portion per 10 tablets / 1 teaspoon powder (2.5 g) [% NRV *] 100 g Beta carotene 0.45 mg [7.5%]
*% NRV (nutrient reference value) = reference amount according to the EU Food Information Regulation