is a chemoprotein that is found in green leafy vegetables, algae, wheat
grass and many herbs. It gives plants its green colour and the plant
cell uses it to absorb light energy for photosynthesis.
What do people
take chlorophyll for?
has been suggested to help with bad breath, body odours (such as from
feces and urine) and wound healing. It shows potent antioxidant
benefits and seems to protect the liver and help treat
(inflammation of the pancreas).
some scientific evidence that chlorophyll may have the potential to
treat rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, herpes viral infections and certain
types of breast disease.
What dose do you recommend?
There is no data on a dose that is considered effective for treating health problems. Experts
suggest using 75 to 300 daily.
It is an
excellent source of dietary magnesium
and eating green leafy vegetables is great for your overall health as
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