Natural Sources of Chlorophyll
Chlorophyll capsules aren't your only option. There are plenty of natural sources of chlorophyll that might even be more effective than the capsule form. Chlorophyll is what gives plants their green color, so most plants that are green have chlorophyll.
But in this article, we will specifically be talking about edible plants that have significant amounts of chlorophyll in them. Once you know about these natural sources, you can decide if you want to introduce chlorophyll into your diet by taking pills or by eating food.
You may be thinking, "Wait, you said you would only be talking about edible sources of chlorophyll..." Yes indeed! Some types of algae are edible, as far out there as it may seem. AFA (aphanizomenon flos-aquae) blue-green algae, as well as spirulina and chlorella, are all very potent natural sources of not only chlorophyll, but also a host of other health promoting nutrients.
I prefer to consume the powdered form of these algae, mixed with water. To me, it feels more refreshing and more natural. However, if you don't like the idea of tasting algae, you can swallow tablets or capsules instead.
This source may hit a little closer to home. Dark green veggies are loaded with chlorophyll, and also have plenty of fiber and other great things that can assist in the assimilation of chlorophyll. These veggies include spinach, kale, collard greens, and more.
If you want to get the most chlorophyll and other nutrients out of green vegetables, eat them raw in a salad, or with dip, or in a green smoothie. They can be cooked, but that of course depletes them of some of the nutrition. But hey, that's still better than eating junk food, isn't it?
Two superfood grasses, wheatgrass and alfalfa, are potent sources of chlorophyll, as well as numerous other highly nutritious substances. These grasses must first be juiced, and only the juice is consumed, not the remaining grass itself. Many people buy alfalfa or wheatgrass juice that has been dried into a powder, and the powder can then be mixed with water as a drink, or added to soups, salads, and other dishes.
To get the most nutrition out of these superfood grasses, you can grow them yourself, and juice them when they are ready. There are few things as nutritious as freshly juiced wheatgrass and/or alfalfa!
These are just a few natural sources of chlorophyll. As you can see, it's not that hard to introduce chlorophyll into your diet, and you don't even need to take chlorophyll capsules! You can read more about the health benefits of chlorophyll, as well as advice on which foods are good sources of chlorophyll, at HealthyBodyNow.net.
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