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Painful periods: You dont miss anything more than a lack of chlorophyll

How to stop those painful periods from recurring? Gentlemen, if you find yourself reading this, just keep reading. I do understand that you might not feel too concerned about painful periods, but just consider this: painful periods are often a symptom of a lack of chlorophyll which covers an array of other symptoms, recurring too […]

Painful periods

How to stop those painful periods from recurring? Gentlemen, if you find yourself reading this, just keep reading. I do understand that you might not feel too concerned about painful periods, but just consider this: painful periods are often a symptom of a lack of chlorophyll which covers an array of other symptoms, recurring too often in both sexes. Also let’s face it, if your girl does not suffer from painful periods anymore, your life could just get easier at times !! So you might want to share this valuable information anyway.

Air is the main source of energy that the body needs to survive and thrive. Stop breathing, only for a little while, and see what is happening!! Most of the oxygen our cells need to survive and perform their tasks is carried by the blood as oxygen binds with the protein hemoglobin of our red cells. So healthy, clean blood cells are absolutely crucial to our overall well-being; and we want to make sure they are plentiful.

What is Chlorophyll

chlorophyll

Chlorophyll is often called the blood of plant life because of its close resemblance with hemoglobin. In fact their chemical structure is almost identical and differ in their center atom: Plant molecules are made of magnesium and hemoglobin is made of iron. It is commonly believed that chlorophyll helps purify and oxygenate the blood. While there is no scientific evidence of that, people who have a diet naturally rich in chlorophyll (greens) report increased levels of energy.

Various benefits of Chlorophyll

  • Body deodoriser.
  • Powerful anti-oxidant: Chlorophyll contains high levels of vitamins A, E and C, which are also anti-inflammatory. Chlorophyll can therefore be considered as a powerful nutrient to fight off any disease caused (at least partly) by inflammation (and they are numerous) as well as by cell mutations (again many diseases are concerned and cancer comes to mind first).
  • Taking chlorophyll eases period pain while reducing heavy menstruations.
  • Alkalises the body: chlorophyll helps alkalise the Ph of the body thus helping to prevent the occurrence of a whole variety of diseases linked to an acidic environment ranging from skin and gut conditions to cancer.
  • Rapid delivery of magnesium: absolutely essential to bone formation, nerve and muscle function. Magnesium is also critical to our cardiovascular health.
  • Chlorophyll also contains folic acid, vitamin K, protein.

Sources of Chlorophyll

Eat your greens!!!!! broccoli, kale, spinach, asian greens, swiss chard, salads. Chrorophyll is in plants not in Hollywood chewing gums. Chlorella spirulina and blue algae contain high levels of chlorophyll.

I know you hear and read it all day long. My point is make greens the main of the day, the stuff you body will survive on.

So this is how I do it and I actually wake up earlier just to follow this routine (but that is quite all right because I have more energy):

  • Breakfast: I first have 2 Oz of Asea (because it helps me activate my natural supply of anti-oxydants) then I have a green juice – yes every single morning – to which I add a spoon of Super green powder.
  • Lunch: I have a fresh mixed salad, you can mix all kind of greens with reds and yellows if you wish and totally over indulge, nobody can go fat on salads (unless you season it with mayonnaise), just be mindful with the seasoning. The great things about salad is that it allows you to eat raw, so you do not cook your veggies’ beneficial nutrients out. I may add up some nuts (almonds, brazil nuts or a seed mix) and I do like Feta cheese.
  • Supper: I have a home made soup which always leaves me with a warm, healthy feeling. The fab stuff with soup is that you can prepare a whole lot of it for the week and freeze it. Soups allow an infinite range of recipes and combination of veggies, including the ones you bought to feel good about yourself and which are still lurking in the fridge. I do follow a few basic rules though to ensure my recipe will be tasty: I use coconut oil to which I first add sliced red onions (2-3) and around 3 cloves of garlic. When they get a golden shade, I add whatever sliced veggies I have decided for, 1 litre of stock and then some fresh herbs and/or spices.
  • Another easier way is also to supplement with liquid chlorophyll. Let’s face it if you have a dose of liquid chlorophyll and thrive on greasy burgers, you will not get quite the results a good routine should provide you.

So make sure you have your daily amount amount of chlorophyll, stick to this for 2 months and enjoy the difference on every level. (It is ok if you have a cheat day from time to time where you deprive yourself from good live chlorophyll) Just keep the good habits!

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Aude Seynt Martin

Written by Aude Seynt Martin

Aude is an ex corporate Lawyer with a passion for health, self development and independence which lead her to give up her former career to help others through health.


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