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How Does Chlorophyll Help the Body?Of course there is a lot of inherent nutritional value in these greens, vitamins and minerals. Even more, one of the main keys to its efficacy is that’s it's green. It’s rich in chlorophyll. This is important because chlorophyll builds the blood, and it’s the blood that sustains and builds your body.
Did you know that the chlorophyll molecule and the Heme molecule—the center of your blood’s hemoglobin—are essentially identical in structure? The primary difference is that the center of the Chlorophyll molecule is Magnesium and the center of the Heme molecule is Iron. This almost identical structure is what makes green foods—and drinks—great blood builders.
Some research indicates as you increase your the amount of chlorophyll you get the quantity and the quality of the red blood cells improve. This makes chlorophyll-rich green drinks one of the most efficient ways to get your greens and build your blood. Keep in mind that healthy blood equals healthy body.
Greens Are Rich in VitaminsLet’s look at a few of the many evaluated vitamins and minerals that are found in greens. According to vegetarian-nutrition.info website: "Leafy vegetables are ideal for weight management as they are typically low in calories. They may be useful in reducing the risk of cancer and heart disease since they are low in fat, high in dietary fiber, and rich in folic acid, vitamin C, potassium and magnesium, as well as containing a host of phytochemicals, such as lutein, beta-cryptoxanthin, zeaxanthin, and beta-carotene. One study showed that an increment of one daily serving of green leafy vegetables, lowered the risk of cardiovascular disease by 11 percent. In the Adventist health study, the frequent consumption of green salads by African-Americans was associated with a substantially lower risk of mortality."
There are more benefits in these green foods that get too often ignored. Another often overlooked beenfit is the fact that green foods, that make up our healthful green drink supplement, are electron rich, which means they are alkaline and very alkalizing for the body.
This paradigm shifting revelation has lead many researchers to pay closer attention to phyto chemistry—the research of plant-based compounds that act as cellular anti-oxidants. Recently doctors, dietitians and nutritionists have all encouraged significantly increasing the amount of green-pigmented, electron-rich foods and drinks we get in our diet. Why? You now know why. A huge body of scientific evidence currently indicates that green electron-rich foods may be the biggest part of a healthy diet.