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Everyone's Adding This to Their Water Right Now, Say Experts

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Caitlin Kilgore of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 8: There's a new health obsession taking over your Instagram and/or TikTok feed. It may look kind of gross, but people are buzzing about its body benefits… Introducing: Drinking water that's been doused with chlorophyll drops.Chlorophyll, if you remember from your high school science class days, is the pigment in plants that makes them green and helps them turn the sun's rays into energy via photosynthesis. Turns out, chlorophyll also has tons of health benefits for humans, which is why it's joining collagen, mushroom powders, and trace mineral drops as the next best thing in the wellness world to upgrade your H2O.Now, you may be thinking: If it's found in plants, why do I have to drink chlorophyll? Can't I just eat more plants? Fair question…Eating a diet full of greens is a natural way to gain the benefits chlorophyll has to offer, but getting an adequate daily dose of greens doesn't always happen. Simply adding a dropper full to your water? Much more manageable.Read on to find out what chlorophyll does to your body and how to add it to your water. And for more, check out the 7 healthiest foods everyone's eating right now.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

Everyone's Adding This to Their Water Right Now, Say Experts

There's a new health obsession taking over your Instagram and/or TikTok feed. It may look kind of gross, but people are buzzing about its body benefits… Introducing: Drinking water that's been doused with chlorophyll drops.

Chlorophyll, if you remember from your high school science class days, is the pigment in plants that makes them green and helps them turn the sun's rays into energy via photosynthesis. Turns out, chlorophyll also has tons of health benefits for humans, which is why it's joining collagen, mushroom powders, and trace mineral drops as the next best thing in the wellness world to upgrade your H2O.

Now, you may be thinking: If it's found in plants, why do I have to drink chlorophyll? Can't I just eat more plants? Fair question…

Eating a diet full of greens is a natural way to gain the benefits chlorophyll has to offer, but getting an adequate daily dose of greens doesn't always happen. Simply adding a dropper full to your water? Much more manageable.

Read on to find out what chlorophyll does to your body and how to add it to your water. And for more, check out the 7 healthiest foods everyone's eating right now.

Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

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