Pure-le Natural Chlorophyll Drink with Vitamin D3

Pure-le Natural Chlorophyll Drink with Vitamin D3

Chlorophyll is what makes leaves and grass green. We eat salads and other green vegetables for their chlorophyll content. It takes the warm sunshine and converts that solar energy through photosynthesis into something every plant and animal needs; oxygen and chemical energy.

With chlorophyll being such and important part of our food, it has been added to a great number of 'green' supplements. They can be broken into two basic categories; high concentrated chlorophyll supplements and other supplements that a little chlorophyll as been add too. The latter typically have less than 20mg of chlorophyll per serving. That is the concentration, or lower, found in spinach, parsley, chlorella and many grasses. The high concentrated supplements typically have a concentration of over 100mg. Pure-le Natural Chlorophyll Concentrate Unflavoured and Mint, have 135mg of chlorophyll per serving.

Supplementing with the high concentrated chlorophyll brings a large number of benefits. First and for most Chlorophyll gives you energy without calories. It does not give a rush of energy like those caffeinated energy drinks, rather chlorophyll will help give increased endurance. It helps your body absorb more oxygen by dilating your bronchial airways which naturally allows for easier and freer breathing. Have you seen someone at the gym with green in there water bottle? Chlorophyll helps them work out longer, and recover quicker.

Next, chlorophyll has a long history as an exceptional cleanser and detoxifier by forming chemical bonds with heavy metals, hydrocarbons found in tobacco smoke, and aflatoxin formed by fungi on our produce and grains.

Chlorophyll also is a high source of Vitamin K. It is needed for proper use of calcium in bones and helps protect excessive bleeding, and kidney stones.

Another supplement that is hard to obtain is , the sunshine vitamin. Few foods naturally contain . Our main source is from the sun as we produce it when our skin is exposed to UV rays. Those of us living above the 37th parallel (that's most of North America) simply don't get enough sunlight during the winter months. Eating enough of the foods rich in can be difficult too. Egg yolk and oily fish like salmon, mackerel and herring contain it naturally while other foods, mainly milk and dairy products, are fortified with .

Chlorophyll +Vitamin D3 by Pure-Le Natural is a synergistic combination of these sunshine compounds. It has the vital chlorophyll plus Vitamin D3, the most bioavailable form. Each tablespoon has 50mg of Chlorophyll + 500IU Vitamin D3.

A word of caution, if you decide to supplement your diet with vitamin D make sure you take vitamin D3. The cheaper vitamin D2, (ergocalciferol) is widely available but it is less bioactive, approximately only 1/3 as potent as vitamin D3.

Enjoy your green drink today and experience the alkalinizing benefits and improved energy levels.

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Lisa Roth Collins is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (RHN) is the Marketing Manager at NaturallySavvy.com. She is passionate about health and wellness and tries her best to make healthier choices every day for herself and her family. Her journey to natural health was driven by her own struggles with digestive discomfort, depression, and anxiety. Lisa returned to school in 2014 to study nutrition at the Canadian School for Natural Nutrition. She threw herself into her studies so she could learn as much as she could to help herself feel better and thrive. Upon completing the program and being certified as an RHN, Lisa began her work at Naturally Savvy where she has been able to help so many people learn to make healthier choices for themselves. Through her work, she has connected with so many incredible people in the industry whether other authors, influencers, or brands. Plus, she is affectionately known as "Techie Spice" because of her ability to wrap her head around technology. Every day she gets up with a renewed sense of energy and ready to make a difference. You can read all of Lisa's content here. In her spare time, Lisa loves to try new recipes, make delicious and nourishing meals, and she is an avid reader. For more information about Lisa, check out her profile on here.