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Chlorophyll Water® Now Available at GNC

Chlorophyll Water® Now Available at GNC

Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, GNC is a leading global specialty health, wellness and performance retailer and now stocked with Chlorophyll Water®.

According to GNC, "Plants are packed with phytochemicals, the biologically active, natural compounds plants create. These plant chemicals not only give fruits, veggies and other plants their color, aroma and flavor, but they also protect the plant against harm such as from insects and UV light. These phytochemicals have been studied intensely for their potential benefits in humans as well, with many wielding antioxidant powers."
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What is Chlorophyll Water? What are its Benefits? by Sam Allcock

What is Chlorophyll Water? What are its Benefits? by Sam Allcock


Chlorophyll is the most powerful natural green pigment existing in plants and playing an important role in their growth and survival. Besides being beneficial for plants, the pigment has a lot of useful vitamins and therapeutic properties that give magical benefits to the human body as well.
You can either get it from plants or through supplements which are considered more effective. Some of the best chlorophyll supplements called chlorophyllin contain copper that has similar features and properties to chlorophyll.
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Why I Drink Chlorophyll on a Daily Basis by Susie Pinon

Why I Drink Chlorophyll on a Daily Basis by Susie Pinon


Chlorophyll acts as an internal deodorizer through pulling toxins like heavy metals from the intestinal tract, supporting digestion and bowel movements. Its detoxifying properties reduce bad breath as well as body odor. Some studies suggest that it even helps to prevent cancer. Ulcers can also be treated in part with chlorophyll, whether it be sinuses, intestines, esophagus, etc due to its anti-inflammatory benefits.

It increases red blood cells, which boosts oxygen in the blood leading to increased energy. The chemistry of chlorophyll is identical to blood on a molecular level, with its only difference being that chlorophyll has magnesium and our blood has iron in it. Since chlorophyll looks the same as blood, it actually tricks the body into thinking there is hemoglobin floating around looking for iron. Furthermore, it is a suitable treatment for anemia.
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The Anti-Aging Drink Dermatologists Say You Should Have Every Night Before Bed: Chlorophyll Water by She Finds

The Anti-Aging Drink Dermatologists Say You Should Have Every Night Before Bed: Chlorophyll Water by She Finds


Chlorophyll is the green pigment which is known for giving plants their particular hue. In addition, chlorophyll also helps to capture sunlight and promote the process of photosynthesis, making it essential to the environment. But does that mean it’s also good for your skin? Robinson certainly thinks so. 
“Chlorophyll is loaded with potent skin-friendly antioxidants, namely C, A, E and K. These antioxidants are proven to help fight and reverse cellular damage caused by our encounters with toxins in our everyday life,” she notes, explaining that not only this, but drinking liquid chlorophyll can also help to improve your immune system, and support a healthy gut. This will consequently impact your body as a whole and brighten your complexion when consumed regularly.
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The Latest Green Nutritional Trend Taking Over Grocery Stores by Jessie Shafer, RD

The Latest Green Nutritional Trend Taking Over Grocery Stores by Jessie Shafer, RD

Chlorophyll is a collection of green pigments found in the cells of plants and algae. It contains antioxidants as well as some vitamins and beneficial properties. When chlorophyll is removed from plants or is heated, it breaks down quickly because of the magnesium it contains. Scientists discovered that by replacing the magnesium with copper they could create a more stable, semisynthetic chlorophyll-like compound called chlorophyllin.
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Ask Gerda: What’s the Deal with Spirulina, Chlorella, and Chlorophyll? by GOOP

Ask Gerda: What’s the Deal with Spirulina, Chlorella, and Chlorophyll? by GOOP

If detox is what you’re interested in, there’s some interesting research on purified chlorophyll supplements. (Actually, most supplements aren’t exactly chlorophyll. The ingredient on the label will be chlorophyllin, which is a more stable form.) We don’t absorb much chlorophyll, and that’s key to its benefits: Chlorophyll binds toxic compounds and keeps them from being absorbed so that they’re excreted in your stool. For example, chlorophyll and chlorophyllin reduce the absorption of aflatoxin, which is a common liver carcinogen produced by a mold that can grow on peanuts and corn. Chlorophyll supplements appear to do the same sequestering trick for two unhealthy kinds of chemicals found in meats. 
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