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The Many Health Benefits of Chlorophyll

Chlorophyll Benefits You In So Many Ways

Chlorophyll is a health food that has so many benefits for the human body. No wonder why its good for us, it’s essential to the process of photosynthesis known as “the building block for life”. Chlorophyll is found in nature in cells of almost all living things. It contains vitamin C, inorganic salt, and is alkalizing for the body. Did you know it’s available in a liquid form? This powerhouse supplement has many benefits. We recommend our clients have some liquid Chlorophyll on hand. Once you learn about it you will want to use it all the time. It’s simple to use, just add the drops of liquid chlorophyll to juice, water or any liquid you are drinking.

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Increases Oxygen in Your Blood
It’s been shown to increase oxygen uptake in the blood, which can increase energy, relieve fatigue and improve many blood disorders. Great for when you travel to high altitudes or for ski trips. Helps to combat dreaded altitude sickness. Click Here to read More about Acute Mountain Sickness and natural remedies. It’s recommended to start Chlorophyll a week prior to your trip to higher altitude.

Helps Fight Cancer
Studies have found that liquid chlorophyll can bind to potential carcinogens and interfere with how they’re absorbed within the human gastrointestinal tract. This helps stop the bad guys from being circulated throughout the body and reaching susceptible tissues, such as those within the joints or heart.

Read more about chlorophyll’s anti-cancer effects in a study published by NCBI that shows chlorophyll exhibits strong anti-mutagenic activity against a variety of carcinogens. Click Here

Speeds Up Wound Healing
Protects against infection by slowing down the rate at which harmful bacteria reproduce,thus making it beneficial for wound healing. It’s also been found to help lower inflammation caused by injuries or wounds,

Check out this study on chlorophyll’s anti-bacterial activity when used in wound healing, Click Here to read this study reported by Sheila Mowbrays in the British Medical Journal.

Improves Digestion and Detox
Improves detoxification is by speeding up waste elimination.

Protects Your Skin
There’s some evidence that chlorophyll benefits skin health due its antiviral effects, allowing it to help stop the development of cold sores and shingles. It aids in minimizing the effects of aging and maintaining healthy tissue by stimulating the anti-aging enzymes and encouraging healthy and youthful skin.

How Can You Get More Chlorophyll?

Top food sources are leafy green veggies such as arugula, wheat grass, leeks, parsley, kale, swiss chard spinach and sprouts. Other sources include blue green algae, chlorella and spirulina.

Try some liquid chlorophyll today, it’s so convenient to use. Just put 10 drops in your water and drink up, two times a day.

 

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