Benefits of Chlorophyll Water
by Lisa Richards, The Candida Diet
The antioxidant properties in chlorophyll water give it detoxifying properties that fight free radical damage. This damage can be seen both internally and externally. Externally damage from free radicals and toxins affects the skin leading to wrinkles, dry patches, and uneven skin tone. Plant compounds, like those found in chlorophyll water reduce and reverse this damage at the cellular level.
When we take in chlorophyll, or other phytonutrients, we can reap certain benefits as well. Most act as antioxidants in the body, chlorophyll included, to protect against and reverse free radical damage to our cells.
As chlorophyll water is an impressive new way to take chlorophyll and it is effective in protecting against free radicals and simultaneously helping to reduce body weight, prevent cancer, and improve our red blood cells. All of this, and more, is a by-product of chlorophyll's antioxidant activity.
Drinking chlorophyll water is beneficial for two reasons. First, because you are adding an extra source of antioxidants and plant compounds to your diet. This reason alone makes chlorophyll water a great addition to anyone's drink preferences.
Second, you are likely replacing other drinks that may be full of sugar, artificial sweeteners, caffeine, and calories. By replacing these unhealthy drinks with chlorophyll water, rather than plain water, you're eliminating something unhealthy and adding a health enhancer.
About Lisa Richards:
Lisa Richards is a nutritionist and author of the Candida Diet (thecandidadiet.com).She has been featured on Today, US News, Women’s Health magazine, Huffington Post, Healthline, the San Francisco Chronicle, Reader’s Digest, Lifehack, Insider, and Well+Good, among others. Through her website, thecandidadiet.com, she explains the benefits of a low-sugar, anti-inflammatory diet.