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Anti-Aging Benefits of Chlorophyll by Lisa Richards, Nutritionist

Anti-Aging Benefits of Chlorophyll by Lisa Richards, Nutritionist

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.

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. 

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3 Potential Benefits of Chlorophyll, and How to Use It [OpenFit]

3 Potential Benefits of Chlorophyll, and How to Use It [OpenFit]


Weight Loss
Let’s take a look at the weight loss claim first. Swedish researchers performed a small study in 2014 where 38 women ate three meals daily and increased their physical activity. Half of the women consumed five grams of chlorophyll-filled green plant membranes before breakfast each day, while the others took a placebo. After 12 weeks, the supplement group had lost about three pounds more than the control group lost.
An earlier study by the same researchers found that consuming thylakoids (membranes in green leaves that contain chlorophyll) may suppress appetite. However, this was another small study with only 20 women.
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Benefits of Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C and Vitamin D [Amanda Kostro, RD]

Benefits of Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C and Vitamin D [Amanda Kostro, RD]


Amanda serves on the advisory board for Fitter Living. Each bottle of Chlorophyll Water is fortified with additional Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C and Vitamin D. 

Vitamin A is a nutrient that helps nourish healthy skin in order to protect your body from infection. 

Vitamin B12 helps with red blood cell formation and nervous system function. 

Vitamin C is a nutrient that helps with wound healing inside and outside the body. 

Vitamin D is a really important nutrient that helps with countless functional processes.
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What Are the Benefits of Chlorophyll for Skin Health? [Youth To The People]

What Are the Benefits of Chlorophyll for Skin Health? [Youth To The People]

Chlorophyll has a richly green, natural pigment and serves as an essential element in the biological process of photosynthesis in plants. It also possesses incredible skin benefits that can be utilized in your skincare. Chlorophyll’s rich antioxidant properties make it beneficial to the skin for many reasons: 1. it's both cleansing and purifying to prevent the onset of breakouts 2. it aids in the reduction of skin inflammation. Its anti-inflammatory properties assist wounded cells in repairing themselves, according to a study by The National Center for Biotechnology Information.
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Chlorophyll Water, Plant-Powered Philanthropy [Yahoo! Finance]

Chlorophyll Water, Plant-Powered Philanthropy [Yahoo! Finance]

Since its launch last year, Chlorophyll Water has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Shape, Women’s Health, and even graced Vogue’s pages as a fashionable prop with supermodel Kaia Gerber. Still, it’s Chlorophyll Water’s big heart that impresses us most. The mission-driven start-up has made quite an impact in the world of philanthropy through its charitable donations and community initiatives. 

From supporting local efforts during the pandemic to more widespread donations, Chlorophyll Water consumers can take comfort in supporting a business that takes the initiative in helping those in need, plant-powered hydration backed with inspiring plant-powered philanthropy. 
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Why You Should Try Chlorophyll Water? I have one word for you: detox [Spoon]

Why You Should Try Chlorophyll Water? I have one word for you: detox [Spoon]


Yes, I am recommending to put the green pigment that's responsible for the absorption of light to provide energy for photosynthesis in your water. Think about it – plants need chlorophyll to live – so it only makes sense that humans would benefit from it too. And we're already eating it, even if we don't realize it, in leafy green vegetables. But, if you're trying to sneak more into your diet, you should definitely try chlorophyll water. I honestly believe it's the newest and most convenient form of healthy detox, as I just drop liquid chlorophyll into my morning glass of water and move forward with my day.
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