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Yet another way to help detox the body!

We've spoken a lot about eliminating toxins from the body and the cleansing process.

Well, today we're going to continue and talk about "Chlorophyll".

"Chlorophyll" is a green molecule found in plants that absorbs sunlight during photosynthesis and converts it into energy. We've spoken about this in a previous Health tip. Well . . . "chlorophyll" is also known for its "blood" cleansing detoxification ability.

It can aid in wound healing, gut health, boosting energy levels, immune system support and "oxygenating" the body. It's a powerful antioxidant and has high nutrient values. It increases cellular energy production and is an anti-inflammatory. It aids with oxidative stress, anti-aging, suppressing the appetite, weight loss, decreasing spikes in insulin which lessens cravings and aids in cancer prevention.

You see . . . Chlorophyll is chemically similar to hemoglobin, a protein that is essential in red blood cells. I've spoken of this in previous Health Tips. Chlorophyll increases red blood cells in the body and aids in blood cell regeneration by helping the cells carry "more" oxygen. And this is why Chlorophyll helps in treating people with Anemia.

So how does "chlorophyll" purify and aid in the detoxification process of the body?

Well . . . an abundance of oxygen and healthy flow of blood encourage the removal of harmful impurities and toxins from the body. It also strengthens the immune system while alkalizing the body and balancing our pH level. We spoken of this in previous Health Tips.

Chlorophyll also keeps the digestive tract healthy ensuring that it run smoothly. And enhances the liver's natural ability to remove toxins and waste from the body.

So what foods are rich in chlorophyll?


Collard greens

Mustard greens






Just to mention a few.

So get your "green" on today and help cleanse your blood and body.

As always, feel free to contact me here

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