Chlorophyll vs Ageing

Can plants extract slow down your ageing?

Chlorophyll  is abundant in green, leafy vegetables and is essential for the process of photosynthesis converting sunlight into energy in plants. It is also being hailed as the new must-have wonder drink because of its array of supposed health-boosting benefits.

Chlorophyll is loaded with antioxidants which help  prevention of adverse medical conditions in human cells including cancer and pancreatitis. Due to its anti-aging and anti-microbial properties  rich supplements can help strengthen the immune system of the body and revitalise human cells. Presence of significant amount of magnesium in Chlorophyll that encourages production of the anti aging enzymes boosting healthy and youthful skin.

Phytolife tonic is a unique combination of chlorophyll extracts from different plants, which offer more health benefits and a better fresh minty taste. Phytolife is rich in magnesium, vitamin K, vitamin C, folic acid, iron, calcium and protein

Daily intake of Phytolife tonic mixed with water can help keep you alkaline  protect you from development of cancer and inflammatory conditions in your bowel.

Chlorophyll makes your blood energised

Chlorophyll has a similar molecular structure to haemoglobin – the substance that makes blood red. Advocates claim that when diluted with water and consumed, chlorophyll can help to increase the quality and quantity of your red blood cells, improving the efficiency of oxygen transport and, as a result, giving you more energy. This means that ingesting chlorophyll is like to getting a fresh blood transfusion. Dr Gabriel Cousens, MD, observed that “experiments have shown that severely anemic rabbits make a rapid return to a normal blood count once chlorophyll is administered.”

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