Food labels are ablaze, appealing to health-conscious shoppers everywhere. “Heart-healthy,” “sugar-free,” “whole grain,” “GMO-free”, and countless other labels are riddled across pre-packaged, processed foods. But what about all the other mysterious ingredients found in these products? The ones you’ve never heard of, let alone are able to pronounce.

Eat Healthy to Live Well

In order to live healthily, that means you have to eat healthy, too. Living foods, infused with the sun’s vibrant energy through photosynthesis, offers a rewarding lifestyle focused on vitality, wellbeing, energy, and happiness. Chlorophyll, nature’s great healer, is a phytonutrient found in all green plants and is the essence of plant life itself. Responsible for giving plants their vibrant green color, chlorophyll allows plants to create their own food and to store the sunshine for our own convenient consumption.

Add a Little Liquid Sunshine to Every Day.

By eating green plants, you’re consuming “liquid sunshine”: sun-infused powerful energy that works to support your metabolic and brain functions. As a powerful, 100% natural energy, chlorophyll is chock-full of antioxidant power and is consequently used to treat wide-ranging medical conditions such as cancer, arthritis, kidney stones, pancreatitis, and insomnia. It also promotes healthy digestion, encourages youthful skin, helps in blood clotting and cleansing, oxygenating cells, and detoxification of the body through its purifying qualities.

What are some plants with substantial chlorophyll?

Wheatgrass juice, which boasts remarkable healing properties through its beneficial enzymes, is one of the best sources of living chlorophyll. As a superfood packed with vitamins, fatty acids, beta-carotene, minerals and antioxidants, the nutritional value of chlorophyll is unquestionable, allowing bodies to heal, rebuild, and prevent diseases. Got Sprouts has the best selection of organic wheatgrass for your juicing and dietary needs. It's best in the mornings because you'll be starting your day off right!

Tea, more specifically, green tea has 1.39 milligrams of chlorophyll per gram. This is more than oolong 0.82 mg per gram and black teas 1.01 mg per gram.  A cup of tea brewed from 3 grams of loose tea leaves would yield at most 7 milligrams of chlorophyll. Green tea is excellent to support a healthy lifestyle and is a great treat in the evening or anytime you need a pick me up. 

Don't take our word for it, try for yourself!

By embracing foods that restore vitality and wellbeing, you can join the millions of people worldwide who’ve already discovered the incredible power and effect the sun can have on your overall health, including brain function and energy levels. So step outside with a shot of wheatgrass juice and treat your skin and stomach to the purest, best-tasting energy available.