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Chlorophyll
Chlorophyll

A few years ago "Green Power" foods as Chlorella, barley grass powder, and wheat grass juice were a small (often hard to find) category of food supplements that were largely ignored in favor of individual vitamins and compound vitamin supplements.

Today, however, things have changed. These green food concentrates are recognized as one of nature's richest natural sources of important nutrients. What's more, becuase they require only a minimum of processing, they retain the full spectrum of trace minerals and micro-nutrients generally found only in whole foods, a major plus over many vitamin supplements.

 

Chlorophyll is recognized as one of nature's riches sources of important nutrients where it's rich green pigment is vital for the body's rapid assimilation of amino acids and for the synthesis of enzymes which is found rich in Mulberry plants.

It is chlorophyll, of course, which gives these products that dark, rich, green color. The remarkable substance that is both product and producer (along with sunlight) of the process of photosynthesis, by which, directly or indirectly, all life on earth lives and breathes.


Chlorophyll is often referred to as the "blood" of plants, and this complex molecule certainly acts as a definitive example of the shared origins of life on our planet. Chlorophyll is almost identical to another complex molecule totally essential to higher life forms: hemoglobin. Hemoglobin contains an iron atom at its center, and chlorophyll has a magnesium atom. Numerous animal tests have shown, however, that chlorophyll can be converted into hemoglobin, and it is thus a tremendous builder of a healthy blood supply.

 

The famous naturopathic practitioner, Dr. Bernard Jensen, listed over twenty major benefits of high chlorophyll comsumption. These include its ability to remove toxic pesticide and drug residues, as well as to bind with radioactive materials and remove them from the body.

 

Chlorophyll is a ubiquitous green plant pigment that supports the process of converting solar energy and carbon dioxide into oxygen and carbohydrates. Sodium copper chlorophyllin is stabilized chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is a network of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogenand oxygen atoms surrounding a single magnesium atom. (The blood pigment hemoglobin has an iron atom in place of the magnesium.)