Chlorophyll is the green pigment that you see in plants. This green chlorophyll helps augment the absorption from the sun. Plants make their food by absorbing the sun’s light energy by a process called photosynthesis; not only does this process provide nutrition for the plant, but it also provides nourishment for us as well.
Because the molecular structure of chlorophyll is very similar to that of hemoglobin, it can perform the same functions as hemoglobin, once in the body. Thus a diet high in vegetables is necessary for the normal development and synthesis of healthy cellular transactions.
These are some of the benefits of chlorophyll
- Anti-inflammatory: Not only does chlorophyll interfere with the onset of inflammation that is bacteria-induced, but it is also used to treat things such as arthritis, and other inflammatory onset illness.
- Adrenal functions: Chlorophyll nourishes the adrenals which assist with keeping normal blood pressure, a regular heart rate and how the body will utilize the food you eat.
- Digestive Aide: Chlorophyll has a cleansing property and capable of treating bad breath and the stomach issues that result in the bad breath.
- Anti-Bacterial: Chlorophyll can be used on wounds to clean and strengthen local cells to prevent further infection of the wound area, thus increasing the local skin’s ability to heal faster.
- Pancreas health: Chlorophyll has been used with success to treat chronic pancreatitis.
- Liver health: Chlorophyll helps to detox the liver, protecting it from cancers and other harmful agents.
While the benefits of this natural plant ingredient are too many to review, eating your share of spinach, parsley, green beans, leeks, and many other vegetables, gives you the power of the sun as it has been transformed into energy not just for the plant but for our use as well, optimum strength for optimum health.