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Courtney Ross Moxie Fitness, Founder Functional Medicine PractitionerACE Certified Personal Trainer ACE Certified Health Coach AASDN Certified Nutrition Specialist NASM Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist
Chlorophyll is said to have anti inflammatory properties. Also it can aid in gut health, wound healing, immune support and blood detoxification.
Allison Camp, PhD PhD in Toxicology Non-Toxic Home Consulting Raleigh, NC Purifying water ensures that there are no harmful chemicals or contaminants in the water. It’s an important step for all drinking water sources, including tap, spring, and well water. One of the main benefits of purified water is that it doesn’t contain any harmful chemicals. This allows our bodies to use the water for healthy functioning without the extra burden of detoxing the chemicals.
Patricia Greenberg The Fitness Gourmet ISSA Certified Nutritionist, ACE Certified Trainer Specializing in Aging Well Los Angeles, CA The antioxidant power of this plant compound, chlorophyll is amazing because it can prevent free radicals which is what is linked to DNA damage causing cancer and heart disease.
Karen Malkin Board-Certified Integrative Health Coach Eating Psychology Practitioner Brain Health Coach Karen Malkin Health Counseling Glencoe, IL Chlorophyll is the green pigment found in plants and known as “nature’s life force.” Chlorophyll aids in the body’s natural detoxification process and helps balance the body’s pH levels. Studies show chlorophyll may even help reduce hunger and aid in weight loss. Add chlorophyll to a glass of filtered water with a squeeze of fresh lemon and enjoy!
Dr. Robert DeMaria The Drugless Doctors Doctor of Chiropractic Natural Health Doctor Naples, FL Chlorophyll has been called the "blood" of the plant world, and has the same structure as the heme of blood (except that where the heme carries an iron mineral in the center, the chlorophyll carries magnesium). Thus it may be beneficial in supporting blood quality, and it is a good source of magnesium.
Laura Krebs-Holm, MS, RD, LD Registered Dietitian, Nutritionist Medical Advisor for eMediHealth Austin, TX Drinking water is essential to staying hydrated. The body is about 60% water. It is used as a building block for all of our cells, helps to regulate body temperature, metabolize and transport nutrients, and helps to flush waste out of our bodies. Purified water has been filtered to remove impurities like algae, fungi, and certain types of bacteria and chemicals. In many countries in the West, the public tap water has been purified by municipalities.