Anti-Aging Benefits of Chlorophyll by Lisa Richards, Nutritionist

Anti-Aging Benefits of Chlorophyll by Lisa Richards, Nutritionist

Anti-Aging Benefits of Chlorophyll

by Lisa Richards, Nutritionist 

Lisa Richards is a nutritionist and author of The Candida Diet. 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. 


What exactly is chlorophyll?


Plants, including fruits and vegetables, contain chemical compounds known as phytonutrients or phytochemicals. They are responsible for giving plants their pigments (color) and providing extra protection.


What exactly is chlorophyll water?


Chlorophyll water is simply a zero-calorie, purified, chlorophyll infused water that reflects the green pigment of the plant compound.


What are the benefits of chlorophyll water?


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.


What are the anti-aging benefits of chlorophyll water?


Because chlorophyll acts as an antioxidant in the body it works to fight and correct free radical damage. This damage typically attacks at the cellular level which has noticeable impacts internally and externally, including the skin. Chlorophyll can help correct and prevent wrinkles by improving collagen production in the body and ridding the body of toxins that cause skin damage. 

How is liquid chlorophyll or chlorophyll water a natural healer?


Chlorophyll supports and speeds skin healing through its anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Inflammation and bacteria can slow the healing process and exacerbate conditions like acne. 

Is drinking chlorophyll water good for your skin?


One beneficial way to take in chlorophyll is by drinking it in chlorophyll water. This is because it is being consumed without extra compounds that have to be broken down, it is readily available to be absorbed and used by the body. 

How does drinking chlorophyll water keep your complexion clear? 


Chlorophyll's anti-inflammatory properties will reduce and prevent acne. This is especially true for those prone to significant swelling and redness. Its antibacterial properties can help prevent acne altogether by reducing the amount of bacteria present on the skin that enhance acne growth.




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