Just wanted to point out that supplementation of an isolated compound is not the optimum way to go. You need all the other vitamins, co-factors/enzymes, antioxidants, trace elements/minerals, etc., that are found in the complete package of pure whole foods, to work harmoniously in your body. You run the risk of perturbing the homeostasis/balance of your metabolism when supplementing that way. Though I would accept supplementing if a blood test found a certain item to be deficient then I would target that deficiency by using supplements minimally and eating foods high in that item.
Don’t need to spend $$ for supplements.
Get it fresh with dark leafy greens!!!
Besides the chlorophyll, you will get antioxidants also
(which do not have a shelf life like the supplements do).
That is so true! I also have the same perception at first that I need to take chlorophyll supplements. But my doctor proved me wrong, he suggested that I go on my normal vitamins intake and just bulk up on my intake of dark leafy greens. 😆