Wheatgrass



Wheatgrass is one of the most nutrient-rich green super food. With one pound having as much nutrients as 23 pounds of vegetables, it is becoming one of the most widely used natural health supplement.

Before wheatgrass can be consumed, it must be juiced to have the optimum nutrition. It cannot be digested when not in liquid form because of its fibrous nature and high levels of cellulose. Roughly 70% of wheatgrass juice is chlorophyll which is what plants use to absorb the light from the sun.

chlorophyll is remarkably similar to the chemical haemoglobin, which is the substance that carries the oxygen in red blood cells. It can be easily converted into haemoglobin, allowing the body to build more red blood cells. Therefore, it will improve your performance during exercise.

Wheatgrass The chlorophyll can purify the body by counteracting toxins and having anti-bacterial and anti-yeast effect. Also, it can have a positive effect on ulcers, arthritis and sore throats by reducing the inflammation

Wheatgrass contains hundreds of enzymes and approximately 20 amino acids for building and repairing cells and tissue. When grown in organic soil, it can contain up to 90 out of 102 minerals including iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and calcium. It has a rich source of vitamins, A, C, E, K and the B complex. Also, despite being called wheatgrass it is actually gluten-free.

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