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Uncovering the Health Benefits of Wheatgrass: What You Need to Know

Image of fresh wheatgrass with drops of dew.

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Wheatgrass doesn’t conjure the most delicious thoughts, but adding wheatgrass into your diet is so incredibly beneficial. The top benefit for me has been body odor. Unfortunately, we all battle with body odor. I did see relief when I was taking chlorella, but I got out of my routine with chlorella and sort of forgot the benefit. Low and behold wheatgrass entered my life and I realized why I could suddenly wear natural deodorant again.


I’ve tried so many variations of natural deodorant and none of them worked. I used to think, "How could this be a thriving industry? Are all the people praising it lying? Am I a freak of nature?" Nope, apparently I just needed some good old fashioned chlorophyll, which wheatgrass is packed full of.


After about 3 weeks of having a glass of wheatgrass in the mornings, my body odor vanished and I noticed my breath was consistently fresher. I decided to try a natural deodorant I had stashed away and it worked! This alone is enough to make me love wheatgrass, but below are some of the many benefits wheatgrass has to offer. The good news is I can now ditch the aluminum laced deodorants and you can, too!

Glass of green wheatgrass juice.

Gluten Note - If you are gluten-intolerant or have celiac disease, you can still benefit from wheatgrass because the grass is cut before the grain forms. 


Wheatgrass Benefits:

  • Contains vitamins A, B Complex, C, E, and K and all known minerals.

  • Contains 17 amino acids.

  • Contains trace elements and enzymes.

  • If grown in organic soil, wheatgrass absorbs 92 of the 115 minerals.

  • High in magnesium.

  • Rich in protein.

  • A nutritionally complete food.

  • Can be ingested or absorbed through the skin.

  • Minimizes the effects of carbon monoxide by increasing hemoglobin production.

  • Has never been found toxic at any level for humans or animals.

  • High in chlorophyll - which battles unfriendly bacteria.

  • Acts as an internal detergent.

  • Reduces food cravings.

  • Increases energy.

  • Treats sunburn.

  • Contains some of the highest amounts of chlorophyll.

  • High in oxygen content which is good for all parts of the body.

  • It is topically soothing for acne, psoriasis, eczema, poison ivy, insect bites, etc.

  • Can regenerate liver tissue while supporting detoxification.

  • Aids in detoxification and removing heavy metals.

  • Improves digestion.

  • Helps prevent tooth decay.

  • Restores alkalinity.

  • Reduces fatigue.

  • Prevents hair from graying.

  • Stabilizes blood sugar.

  • Aids in fertility.

  • Enhances capillaries and reduces high blood pressure.

  • Helps blood disorders.

  • Improves digestion and heals digestive issues.

Image of wheatgrass.
 


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