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How are the cell walls of Prime Chlorella treated?

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How are the cell walls of Prime Chlorella treated?

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We use more recent technology of sound vibrations to treat the cell walls. During the process of drying chlorella, high-speed blowing forces are applied to crash chlorella cells against each other and against drying tanks (our drying tanks are non-aluminum). At the same time, high frequency sound is applied to vibrate chlorella cells for a time long enough to cause the cell walls to be cracked, but not collapsed. After the sound vibration treatment, chlorella cell is like an egg with cracks on its shell. Chlorella thus treated preserves all the important nutrients inside the cells of chlorella. The cell walls of Prime Chlorella are deeply scarred, fractured and very fragile and would fall apart once coming into contact with water. Unlike milling process which grinds or mills chlorella into bits of small of pieces (and many important nutrients dissipate just as when vegetables are cut into small pieces and not eaten for a day, the value in the vegetables goes down), our sound cracking p

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