Eating Raw While In College (And After!)

Eating Raw While In College (And After!)

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Why Chlorophyll is the BOMB

 Chlorophyll is EXTREMELY alkalizing, oxygenating, and is exactly identical to human blood--except Chlorophyll has magnesium and blood has iron. (Though the magnesium is converted to iron in the body). Chlorophyll stops bacterial, yeast & fungi growth in the digestive tract; deodorizes body odor & bad breath; removes drug deposits and counteracts all toxins; de-activates many carcinogens; halts tooth decay and gum infection (when used as a tooth powder); counteracts inflammation; builds blood; renews tissue; counteracts radiation; promotes healthful intestinal flora; improves liver function; activates enzymes to produce vitamins E, A, & K; detoxifies heavy metals; & improves brain function
 If you eat or drink anything acidic (meat, dairy, coffee, alcohol, sugar, processed food) on a daily basis, chlorophyll is your best ally to balance the acidity, which is the breeding ground for dis-ease. It is almost a certainty that you will experience dis-ease or infection or inflammation or pain with acidic, processed, & cooked foods. This is why it is crucial to have daily doses of chlorophyll to lower the acidity of these foods by raising the alkalinity.
Whether you eat a green salad, juice some greens, add greens or a green powder to your smoothies, take liquid shots, or take capsules, find a way to have daily intake of chlorophyll.
 Powerful sources of chlorophyll: spirulina, wheat grass, chlorella, blue-green algae, green sprouts, sea vegetables, DARK leafy greens, green vegetables, & herbs.
The darker the better!!

Did you know??
Wheatgrass juice is 70% chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is the first product of light and contains more light energy than any other element. Chlorophyll is the basis of all plant life, so when you drink chlorophyll, you drink liquid sunshine!
Click on this awesome link to find out more benefits about drinking this magical elixir!
click on this link to see more interesting facts and nutritional info about raw foods :)

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