What's Up With Chlorophyll?
What Is Chlorophyll?
Chlorophyll is important in making plants green and healthy. It contains vitamins, antioxidants and therapeutic properties that could potentially benefit our bodies.
What Are The Possible Benefits Of Chlorophyll?
- Reduction of inflammation and bacterial growth in skin wounds
- Build your blood by improving the quality of red blood cells
- Support weight loss
- Neutralize certain odors
Are There Risks?
- Digestive issues
- Green, yellow or black stool
- Itching or burning (when applied topically)
How To Take Chlorophyll:
What Foods Contain Chlorophyll?
- Green Beans
Chlorophyll can be found in plants or taken as a supplement. It can have many health benefits but it is important to keep in mind that the research on chlorophyll is quite limited.
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