The modern diet is out of balance. Our high-octane lifestyles and poor food choices leave many of us at risk of not getting the right proportion of the nutrients we need. One of the most important nutrients missing from today’s diet is chlorophyll.
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Sourced from mulberry leaves and alfalfa, Synergy’s PhytoLife is a rich combination of chlorophyllin (sodium copper chlorophyllin) and peppermint oil. With quality in every drop, the peppermint oil found in PhytoLife contributes to normal digestive function and helps turn ordinary water into a great tasting drink that you can enjoy throughout the day. This, along with the fresh taste and liquid form, makes PhytoLife a great companion to your food supplement regime.
Incorporate Synergy’s PhytoLife into your diet by mixing one teaspoon (5 ml) with a glass of water, twice daily.
Chlorophyll is the green matter in plants formed during photosynthesis. It derives energy from the sun and performs various life-promoting functions for plants. Backed by the 1915 Nobel Prize, chlorophyll naturally contains important vitamins, minerals and essential nutrients that can help maintain a healthy body.
The science behind PhytoLife is an advanced process that concentrates chlorophyll and other photosynthetic elements and delivers them in a convenient, easily digestible form.
"Health begins with building a strong foundation. We must consume the proper nutrients to build healthy cells, bones, and tissue. When we create the right conditions for wellness, eat the right foods, and take proper supplements, we can achieve the dynamic health that will help us maintain our youth and vigor long into old age."
William J. Keller, PhD Synergy Scientific Advisory Board.
In 1913, Dr. Richard Willstatter, a German chemist, discovered the functions of chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is a web of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen atoms grouped around a single atom of magnesium. Nature’s green pigment is similar to the web of atoms found in Hemoglobin, the red pigment in blood, except that its centerpiece is a single atom of Iron.
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