Chlorophyll is a molecule found in plants that is responsible for their green pigmentation. It is vital for photosynthesis, allowing plants to absorb energy from the sun. But what can chlorophyll do for you?
Chlorophyll can help support the body’s normal detoxification process within the liver. Chlorophyll is also nearly molecularly identical to hemoglobin, which our red blood cells use to transport oxygen to the body. For this reason, chlorophyll may actually help support red blood cell health by taking on some of the workload of hemoglobin.
How can you take advantage of this natural compound? You’ll find a large amount of chlorophyll in wheat grass, barley grass, and spinach, although it is present in every “green” veggie. Or, you can take a chlorophyll supplement.