Benefits of Chlorophyll Water by Trista Best, R.D.

Benefits of Chlorophyll Water by Trista Best, R.D.

Benefits of Chlorophyll Water by Trista Best, R.D. 


What are some of the main benefits of drinking chlorophyll water?

Chlorophyll water is an easy way to detox, promote skin health, and provide the body with significant amounts of antioxidants.


Chlorophyll has been known as an anti-aging remedy/clearer/glower skin, can you talk about how/why?

The antioxidants found in chlorophyll, provided by the plant compounds, work in the body to remove and reduce toxins and free radical damage. When this damage is allowed to occur one health concern is aging skin, along with many other more serious side effects. It has antimicrobial effects that make the skin an inhospitable place for bacteria to grow, reducing acne. It is also a natural anti-inflammatory compound which means the skin experiences less inflammation which can cause loose skin and wrinkles.

Can you speak on chlorophyll water's antioxidant and detox properties?

The plant compounds found in chlorophyll as antioxidants by the body. A unique ability of these plant compounds in chlorophyll is their ability to absorb toxins and remove them from the body, thereby causing a detoxing effect. 

Can you speak on chlorophyll's 'boost in energy' and 'oxygenating' properties?

Chlorophyll improves the quality of red blood cells thereby enabling them to carry more oxygen. The greater amount of oxygen circulating in the body means more nutrients and energy are flowing as well. 

Overall, is drinking chlorophyll water good for your health?

Simply put, yes. For those that prefer to drink plant water, or already drink water regularly, opting for chlorophyll water can provide you with many health benefits you would not get from plain water.

About Trista Best:

Trista Best is a Registered Dietitian at Balance One Supplements, Environmental Health Specialist, and Adjunct Nutrition Professor. She completed her Bachelors of Science in Health Science from Armstrong Atlantic State University in 2009, Masters of Public Health Nutrition from Liberty University in 2014, Bachelors of Science in Food and Environmental Sciences from the University of Alabama in 2018, Dietetic Internship through Iowa State University, and Dietitian Registration in 2018. Her dietetic background is in Public Health and weight maintenance private practice.