Every living organism possesses mechanism of promoting self-growth. It
has long been known to man there is active substance wholly dedicating
itself to growth in each living organism. This substance can be found in
particular period of time in growth cycle for some organisms or in particular
body organs for another. Chlorella, the micro organic algae, also has this
substance in its cells and it is called C.G.F. (Chlorella Growth Factor).
C.G.F. is a nucleotide-peptide complex found in the nucleus of Chlorella cell. Ordinary living organisms, plants and animals, cells double in the course of growth. Chlorella cells, on the other hand, reproduce 4 times every 20 to 24 hours. This vitality unheard of any other living organisms is said to be the work of C.G.F.’s fascinating fertility.
The researches on C.G.F. are involved in intravital cells to maintain health have been presented by many specialists of the field. Especially the nucleic acids produce new chlorella cells in the process of its growth, and control everything of division, growth, and production of cell. C.G.F. can be recognized as the most valuable component in Chlorella.