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Meet Your New 5 Second Green Juice: Chlorophyll

 Meet your new 5-second Green Juice – it’s actually called Chlorophyll Water to be exact! And even better – it only takes seconds to make.

I know what you’re probably thinking…”Lettuce in a smoothie? Gross!” And you’re right, it probably is. But you gotta get your greens in, yo! Try using Chlorophyll drops – they are the cure from everything from body odor to reducing cell damage. Chlorophyll is what absorbs energy from the sun to facilitate photosynthesis in plants. Chlorophyll to the plant is like blood to humans. Load me up!

Try This Recipe:

The 5 Second Green Juice Recipe

  1. Grab your daily water and add…
  2. Water (whatever temperature you enjoy it best)
  3. A few drops liquid chlorophyll
  4. Optional, try adding lemon juice and stevia for a Chlorophyll Lemonade!
  5. Shake or stir and enjoy! Easy peasy!

The Science Behind Chlorophyll…

“Chlorophyll is a green pigment naturally produced by plants and algae and gives them their characteristic green color. Chlorophyll is critical for photosynthesis, the process by which sunlight is converted into chemical energy. Chlorophyll can function as a free radical neutralizer, may help to support the body’s detoxification processes and has been traditionally used as an internal deodorizer.” Source

“Chlorophyll can actually help do the job of hemoglobin, increasing the quantity and quality of red blood cells in your body. Amazing fact: it’s even been known to be used in hospital IVs for pain & swelling! It is only natural that “green sunshine” should bring you energy: taking chlorophyll in capsule, powder, or liquid form will bring you an instant boost of energy and vitality. More healthy red blood cells mean better oxygen absorption in the bloodstream, which means more all around energy and oxygen utilization in the body. And because of its blood health-improving qualities, it can cleanse and rejuvenate your body at a cellular level.” Source

Cooking With Chlorophyll…

Kick it up a notch and try this Mint Cacao Coconut Cookie Recipe using chlorophyll!

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