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Bircher called chlorophyll "concentrated sun power." He said, "It increases the functions of the head, affects the vascular system, the intestines, the uterus, and the lungs.
It raises basic nitrogen exchange and is therefore a tonic which, considering its stimulating properties, cannot be compared with any other."
The benefits of various green foods seem related to their chlorophyll content.
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Chlorophyll has the same elements, however they are organized around a single atom of magnesium.
By taking chlorophyll into our bodies, we elevate the integrity of haemoglobin in our blood and that translates into improved energy, circulation and oxygenation.
Chlorophyll contains vitamin, mineral and protein compounds and stands alone in its ability to stimulate the body on a cellular level.
Not only does chlorophyll increase heart function and aid the vascular system, intestines, uterus, and lungs, it also acts as a chelator of heavy metals and chemical toxins (grabs on to these molecules and carries them out of the body).