You may remember chlorophyll from your science class at school. It’s the plant pigment responsible for the absorption of light in the process of photosynthesis, which in turn creates energy. That sixth grade science class is coming flooding back, right?
Well, your teacher may not have told you that as well as sustaining plant life, chlorophyll can also benefit human health more directly. From sensational skin to anti-cancer and antibacterial properties, read on to find out about the seven remarkable ways in which this tiny pigment could transform your health.