Health benefits of liquid chlorophyll

Chlorophyll is a natural substance that is responsible for the green color of plants and leaves.  Chlorophyll absorbs the sun’s energy in order to allow plants to carry out photosynthesis. Chlorophyll is rich in magnesium, copper, iron, protein, vitamin A, potassium, sodium, calcium, vitamin E, lithium, phosphorus, zinc and a number of other essential nutrients.  It is often said that chlorophyll in plants works like blood does in the human body.  They may be similar in composition as well, except for the difference in the core nutrient – magnesium in chlorophyll, and iron in human blood. The findings of such similarities in chemical composition have confirmed that chlorophyll can have benefits in the human body.

The primary source of dietary chlorophyll is green leafy vegetables. However, most of the chlorophyll in plants is lost during the cooking process, ultimately leaving a very little amount that is not enough to provide any significant health benefits. Therefore it is better to obtain chlorophyll from dietary supplements. These dietary supplements can be found either in the form of tablets or in the form of liquid.

Liquid chlorophyll is known to have a number of benefits for the human body. Liquid chlorophyll is easier to absorb in the blood stream than is liquid chlorophyll. It works as a tonic, and neutralizes toxins in the blood, thus purifying it. One of the most significant benefits of all is its role in the growth of red blood cells. It enhances the work of hemoglobin in our blood and helps to replenish the amount of red blood cells in our body. By doing so, it aids in the growth and maintenance of tissues, and helps to heal wounds more effectively. It is an antiseptic, and inhibits the growth of bacteria in the body.

Chlorophyll helps to stimulate the red blood cells, and improves oxygen circulation in the blood and around the body. It aids in the rapid delivery of magnesium, a highly alkalizing effect that helps the blood to transport oxygen to the cells and tissues of the body. Liquid chlorophyll also possesses anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties – it contains Vitamins A, C and E that are helpful in reducing inflammation. It destroys the free radicals that can harm the body’s immune system. Liquid chlorophyll protects and stimulates the body’s immune system, thus improving the body’s natural healing process.

Chlorophyll is known to neutralize the polluted air that is breathed in the body every day, thus making it a good supplement for smokers. Liquid chlorophyll contains anti-carcinogenic characteristics as well. It is known to inhibit the metabolism of procarcinogens in the body and decrease the carcinogen’s ability to bind and damage DNA found in major organs of the body. Liquid chlorophyll is also an effective deodorizer against bad breath, urine, fecal waste, and body odor. Because chlorophyll detoxifies the body, it eliminates substances that cause unpleasant smells in body wastes.

Another benefit of chlorophyll is in chelating toxic metals and heavy minerals in the body, such as mercury and calcium. It may also be helpful in treating calcium oxalate stone disease, as it can break down calcium stones. Liquid chlorophyll energizes the body. It gets rid of harmful chemicals, and provides numerous health benefits. It is safe to administer, and is non-toxic and soothing for the body. The liquid dietary supplement is widely available in many drugstores, and at affordable prices. One of such supplements is Dr. Young’s ChloropHeal, a dense and tasteless source of liquid chlorophyll, which can be taken with any drinks to give the body its much needed supply of chlorophyll.

There have been no reported side-effects of liquid chlorophyll as yet. However, when buying supplements as such, it is important to look for natural chlorophyll extract that is free from artificial coloring and flavorings. Natural chlorophyll extract in liquid form is easily absorbed, heals the body naturally, and helps to build a stronger immune system.


Last updated on Jun 12th, 2010 and filed under Nutritional Information. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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