The Many Health Benefits Of Chlorophyll

Many studies have been done with respect to chlorophyll. Here is a little more of what is believed about this green molecule:

"People suffering from fatigue, hypoglycemia or degenerative diseases should find time or find someone to make the raw green drink as nothing, truly substitutes for the fresh, raw chlorophyll to ease pain and aid in cell building." - Willa Vae Bowles, a leading nutritionist

"Drinking lots of chlorophyll-rich juice is somewhat like getting a natural blood transfusion. It flushes the lymph system, nourishes and oxygenates the vascular system, cleanses the intestines, and is healing and soothing to all mucous membranes." - Steve Meyerowitz

"High chlorophyll foods are excellent oxygen transporters, so including super foods like wheat grass and barley grass juice can help us think more clearly. Other high chlorophyll foods include the leafy greens such as kale, collards and beet greens." - Brigitte Mars

Chlorophyll (healer of sick cells) is nature’s most health-promoting nutrient. Here are a few of the things it does best:
  • A powerful detoxifying agent for the liver.
  • Removes carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide.
  • A strong internal deodorizer for the entire digestive tract.
  • Has anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Cuts excess cholesterol, triglycerides and other blood lipids (fats).
  • Has antioxidant properties.
  • Nearly identical chemical structure to hemoglobin, the body’s critical oxygen and iron-carrying blood protein; stimulates hemoglobin production, which oxygenates and energizes the entire body.
  • Has wound-healing properties.

Chlorophyll has been studied for its potential in stimulating tissue growth, in stimulating red blood cells in connection with oxygen supply, and in reducing absorption of dietary carcinogens.
  •  Benefits the Immune System - Those receiving the barley leaf extract exhibited a statistically significant increase in the percentage of their leukocytes 
  • Cancer benefit implications

An abundance of chlorophyll can be found in BarleyLife and BarleyLife Xtra.

P.S. Each four gram serving of BarleyLife contains 19 mg of chlorophyll, which has a chemical profile similar to blood. 

While the central atom in our blood is iron, the central atom in chlorophyll is magnesium.

This may be why one of the many benefits of chlorophyll is its potential to stimulate the production of red blood cells.

Paul Eilers is an Independent Member of The AIM Companies™