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Have you ever tried Chlorophyll Water? If not, a good place to start is Verday:
Chlorophyll Water is one of the hottest new super foods because of its ability to “bind the carcinogens in the body, preventing them from being circulated and reaching susceptible tissues, like those of the joints and heart.” Some data suggests that liquid chlorophyll promotes red blood cell production which means it may also help promote oxygen delivery to your tissues.
Verday Chlorophyll Water, a new healthy beverage that entered the market last summer was named a “2016 Innovation of the Year” by Beverage Industry Magazine.
Available in natural Watermelon, Coconut, Cucumber, Blueberry and Lemongrass Ginger flavors, Verday Chlorophyll Water represents an exciting new category of beverage that quenches your thirst like water and provides the antioxidant and cleansing benefits of a green juice. Not to mention it tatstes great! My favorite was the Coconut, but the Blueberry was a close second. It does taste a bit "green" but is absolutely thirst quenching and delicious. Our whole family loved it:)
The key ingredient of Verday is Chlorophyll, the green pigment present in all plants. The powerful antioxidant and cleansing properties of Chlorophyll have made it a favorite amongst leading wellness experts and healthy active consumers for generations. Each bottle of Verday is packed with 100mg of Chlorophyll; more than 2 shots of wheatgrass, 4 cups of spinach or 12 cups of arugula, making it an easy way to get your greens!
It can be found on store shelves in New York and Los Angeles. Not near one of these cities? You can order Verday online through www.drinkverday.com and Amazon.
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