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Stop bad breath and body odor with chlorophyll

Thursday, July 07, 2011 by: Elizabeth Walling
Tags: bad breath, chlorophyll, health news

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(NaturalNews) Chlorophyll is more than the natural phytochemical that gives plants their lively green hue: it is also an excellent natural remedy for bad breath and body odor. Chlorophyll has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that stop bad breath and body odor right at the source. Instead of investing in chemical-laden deodorants, perfumes, mouthwashes and breath mints, try harnessing the power of chlorophyll to solve the problem naturally from the inside out.

Chlorophyll is a Powerful Deodorizer

As early as 1950, even conventional medical professionals were taking notice of chlorophyll`s unique ability to quell body odor and bad breath. Dr. Franklin Howard Westcott of New York City noted at that time that taking chlorophyll internally or administering chlorophyll baths were remarkably successful at resolving body odor issues.

Since that time, chlorophyll has gained immense popularity in the world of alternative health cures. It is known as a potent detoxifier that purifies the body of toxins that can cause unpleasant breath or body odor. Many promote chlorophyll for its ability to speed wound healing, cleanse the colon, combat free radicals and improve circulation of oxygen throughout the body. It is perhaps all of these benefits combined that give chlorophyll its natural odor-fighting properties.

How to Harness the Power of Chlorophyll

Most experts recommend a dosage of 100 to 300 milligrams of chlorophyll each day to combat bad breath and body odor. While you can acquire supplements to obtain these quantities of chlorophyll, getting chlorophyll from food sources is highly recommended.

All green vegetables contain chlorophyll, especially leafy greens such as romaine lettuce, collard greens, parsley and turnip greens. Spinach in particular contains a very high concentration of chlorophyll: about 300 to 600 milligrams per ounce. A small serving of raw spinach every day would more than cover the dosage needed to remedy body odor and bad breath.

Tip: blend your leafy greens into a refreshing smoothie. This will break down the fibers and make the nutrients in your greens more digestible.

Some notice dramatic benefits from chlorophyll right away while others may need to persist with treatment for several weeks before seeing such pronounced results.

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About the author

Elizabeth Walling is a freelance writer specializing in health and family nutrition. She is a strong believer in natural living as a way to improve health and prevent modern disease. She enjoys thinking outside of the box and challenging common myths about health and wellness. You can visit her blog to learn more:

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