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Chlorophyll Water Now Available at Bristol Farms Locations in California [BevNet]

Chlorophyll Water Now Available at Bristol Farms Locations in California [BevNet]

Since opening their first market in 1982, now with fourteen locations throughout Southern California, Bristol Farms believes in the power of food to bring people together. Their passion is to bring you the best ingredients — from around the corner and around the world.

Bristol Farm’s commitment to build healthier communities by connecting people with the freshest fruits, vegetables and produce aligns with Chlorophyll Water’s mission in creating community around health and nutrition, living a plant-based lifestyle.

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Chlorophyll Water Now Available at Healthy Living Market and Cafes

Chlorophyll Water Now Available at Healthy Living Market and Cafes

Healthy Living Market and Cafe is a family owned, woman owned/founded, independent natural grocery chain based in South Burlington, VT with 3 locations in South Burlington and Williston, VT, and Saratoga Springs, NY.

“Healthy Living Market stocks Chlorophyll Water because of its beneficial health properties, and its Clean Label Project certification. Healthy functional beverages is a strong category for the stores, and Chlorophyll Water fits the bill. Sales have been very strong since their debut in mid-April of 2022” explains E.N May, Healthy Living Market Category Manager.

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Liquid Chlorophyll: Everything You Need To Know [Forbes]

Liquid Chlorophyll: Everything You Need To Know [Forbes]

A bit of a misnomer, liquid chlorophyll supplements are usually chlorophyllin, a semi-synthetic, water-soluble form of chlorophyll. Chlorophyllin is derived from chlorophyll but bound to copper instead of magnesium. So when you find liquid forms of chlorophyll supplements, you’re likely taking chlorophyllin. You can find natural chlorophyll in supplement form as a powder or tablet.

“Chlorophyllin appears to be better absorbed than natural sources of chlorophyll, though it’s not clear if we actually need to absorb it any better than we already do from plants and algae,” says Clairmont.

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Chlorophyll Water Now Available at Roots Market Locations in Maryland [Bevnet]

Chlorophyll Water Now Available at Roots Market Locations in Maryland [Bevnet]

Chlorophyll Water, the first-ever bottled water in the USA to pass and receive the ‘Clean Label Project Certification’ is now available at all Roots Market locations in Maryland.

“Hydrating and perfect for the humid summers and dry winters in Maryland, a go-to post workout, Roots Market loves Chlorophyll Water! explains Katie Smallwood of Roots Market.

Roots Market is passionate about the foods we eat, the planet we share, and the people they serve.

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I Tried Drinking Chlorophyll Water For A Week and Here's What Happened [The Beet]

I Tried Drinking Chlorophyll Water For A Week and Here's What Happened [The Beet]

It seems that everywhere you look, people are mixing deep, rich green chlorophyll into their drinking water, in order to benefit from all of its purported health benefits, which include everything from clearer skin to better digestive health, as well as ambitious promises of detoxifying our kidneys and liver and promoting natural weight loss.


For me, the idea of drinking chlorophyll for a week was to try out this health craze and discover whether it would help clear up my skin (which is not as blemish-free as I'd like) and provide digestive relief since I often have issues with my gut.

For the benefits and rewards of chlorophyll, check out registered dietitian Lauren Armstrong's take on whether this new health craze is a good idea. After hearing about it from all corners, we had to try it.

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Is Chlorophyll Water The New Celery Juice? [Sheerluxe]

Is Chlorophyll Water The New Celery Juice? [Sheerluxe]

Let us refresh your memory from year-nine biology: chlorophyll is a green pigment found in plants and algae. It absorbs energy from light in the process of photosynthesis. This energy is what enables plants to grow and flourish. Any time you eat a green veggie, you’re getting a hit of chlorophyll without even trying – rich sources include spinach, parsley and watercress. However, unless you’re eating huge amounts of raw greens at every meal, it’s unlikely you’ll absorb the same quantity as you could via a supplement. 

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