Why green barley and chlorella? How are they different from other superfoods?
The right definition of superfood is unknown, however this kind of food is usually famous for its one or two beneficial nutrients for our health. Chlorella and green barley are slightly different because they contain a complex range of nutrients. So, these two superfoods can give our body almost everything it needs in order to function perfectly. We can eat green barley and chlorella in the long term and we cannot overdose ourselves.
Algae creates the foundation of the food chain for the aquatic animals and it provides us with food that is nutritionally valuable as grasses. Chlorella pyrenoidosa was proved to be beneficial to animals as well as to human beings; this algae stands out with its large positive impact on health and its long history of consumption. Equally, there is one issue: the human body cannot digest the sturdy cell wall. For this reason, we must disrupt the cell wall so that we get the nutrient-dense content found inside the chlorella cells.
Grasses are the foundation of the food chain for many large warm-blooded land animals, as they contain practically all the nutrients those creatures need. However, the human body is not able to digest grass fibre. We at Green Ways found the solution for this issue in making nectar by extracting the juice from young grass leaves. Nectar does not contain any grass fibre, so it is extraordinarily beneficial and easily absorbed by humans. We chose namely green barley for our production because it is the most beneficial grass for human beings. It’s similar to wheat, but its use is restricted because of its unpleasant taste.