Chlorophyll is a green color pigment which is created by organisms that make photosynthesis through sunlight. It is a crucial biomolecule which allows plants to absorb energy from light. All green plants, photosynthetic active algaes and vegetables on earth get their green color from chlorophyll.
Chlorophyll is almost identical to the human blood pigment hemoglobin - the only difference is their central ion (core molecule): hemoglobin has an iron ion, chlorophyll has an magnesium ion.
Within the photosynthesis chlorophyll has as main task the absorption of light, and the subsequent transfer of electrons and absorbed energy. There are several types of chlorophyll, the most important ones are Chlorophyll a, b and c.
Benefits of Chlorophyll
Chlorophyll is the only substance on earth that transforms sunlight into edible energy. It is a concentrated form of sunlight and energy that cleans and renews our blood and raises the quantity of blood cells tremendously.
The more chlorophyll a food contains, the higher its nutritional value. Chlorophyll rich foods such as green and leafy vegetables contain huge amounts of minerals – which is why these foods are the most alkaline forming foods on earth.
Chlorophyll helps to build new blood cells, therefore keeping our blood's quality on top level. It supports the neutralization of cancer-causing substances and helps with arteriosclerosis. Above that, it enhances the healing of wounds, aids digestion, and improves our intestinal flora.
It is as easy as this: the healthier our blood is, the healthier we are! Chlorophyll rich green foods have an enormous influence on the quality of our blood (except of one ion chlorophyll is identical to hemoglobin) - which is why chlorophyll is also called "liquid green blood".
To get liquid chlorophyll, you can use a juice extractor and squeeze the "liquid blood" out of alkaline green grasses and vegetables.
Following foods contain high amounts of chlorophyll:
Alfalfa grass, Barley grass, Broccoli, Cucumber, Green peas, Green beans, Kamut grass, Kale / Green cabbage, Lemon grass, Okra / Ladyfingers, Parsley, Spinach, Watercress, Wheat grass, amongst others (see also: Acid-Alkaline-Food-Chart).
If juicing and squeezing is not for you or takes too much time, go with chlorophyll supplements such as pH Miracle's Liquid Chlorophyll.
ChloropHeal can be added to any water or green drink to improve the concentration of this powerful blood builder.
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