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Wheatgrass: the chlorophyll that takes care of you and purifies you

 

Drinking wheatgrass juice in the morning keeps the body clean and functioning at its best. It feels so good that you will drink it daily.

The intense, bright green color of wheatgrass reveals its secret: the extremely high content of chlorophyll the substance that allows plants to absorb solar energy and transform it into nutrients.

Obviously, in the human body it cannot perform that function, but it does produce an effect. antioxidant y purifying which has attracted the attention of therapists and consumers of superfoods.

The properties of wheatgrass

Wheatgrass has a halo of a miracle product with incredible properties. Those demonstrated are not few. A small study conducted at the University of New York has proven its effect. anti-inflammatory in patients with ulcerative colitis.

The formation of red blood cells is one of the properties attributed to it. Research published in the journal Indian Pediatrics found that 100 ml of juice per day helped patients with a form of anemia. To reinforce its anti-anemic effect, it should be taken together with vitamin C from a raw fruit or vegetable.

Your detoxifying qualities have been confirmed in studies such as the one carried out at the Ramban Medical Center of the Technion Technical Institute (Israel), which has proven to reduce the toxicity of chemotherapy treatment.

The renowned Mayo Clinic also highlights its detoxifying effect and considers it suitable for. improving immunity and eliminate harmful digestive bacteria.

Side effects?

It is a safe food, but some people react -especially to fresh juice- with nausea, diarrhea, headache or allergic symptoms.

These discomforts are usually temporary and appear in people unaccustomed to consume green leaves. To avoid them, it is advisable to start with a spoonful and gradually increase it. You can also reduce with water or other juices.

 

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Fede E.
Journalist and copywriter in equal parts. Critic and specialist in information related to gastronomy and food.
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