MORE IDEAS FROM Chlorophyll Water Is All Over TikTok. But Is It Actually Good For You?
There are limited studies on the effects of liquid chlorophyll on our skin and it is important to keep in mind that dietary supplements don't go under any type of FDA approval.
To assess its true effectiveness we must take a look at chlorophyll - it is a semi-synthetic form of chlorophyll and is different from the natural version found in plants.
Chlorophyll may hold potential benefits for the skin because of its antioxidant properties help with anti-aging and it also helps treat acne, but research still remains limited.
Since research is limited on the health benefits in the area of liquid chlorophyll we are inconclusive of any other possible health benefits that it may have.
Some argue that it can do everything from reducing body odor to preventing some types of cancer but these claims lack solid evidence to suggest its truthfulness.
The key to a healthy smoothie is to get the right balance of vegetables, fruit, protein, and fat and embrace variety.
You can put almost anything into a smoothie, such as water, non-dairy milk or kefir, fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, protein powder, maca or matcha, and toppings such as coconut, granola, and cacao nibs.
Most of our gut is filled with harmless bacteria.
Probiotics are a type of ‘good’ bacteria along with some living microorganisms which provide us with health benefits when eaten as supplements or as food prepared from bacterial fermentation like yogurt and kimchi. In fact, the right gut bacteria has numerous health benefits like weight control, stomach health, immunity, healthy skin and reduced risk of many diseases.
In a study of common fruits and vegetables, blueberries contained more antioxidants than over 40 of their competitors. Blueberries are also high in water, providing hydration to the skin and cells of the body.Eating half a cup of blueberries satisfies one fruit serving per day.
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