Wheat Grass Shot
About the Recipe
Wheat grass is rich in chlorophyll; a green-pigmented molecule that gives plants power to absorb energy from the sun. It is the foundation for photosynthesis, and also called the first product of light. Studies have shown that chlorophyll helps to control hunger cravings, body odor, relieve swelling and redness from infections, promote cleansing and healing in the body, and even protect DNA against fried foods.
In a study done by the United States Army, Guinea pigs who ate chlorophyll-rich diets were exposed to lethal doses of radiation. These guinea pigs experienced half the mortality rate than those guinea pigs who were given a non-chlorophyll rich diet .
The chlorophyll in wheatgrass may also help those with anemia or other blood-related disorders. Animal studies have shown that administration of wheatgrass returns red cell count back to normal in animals with anemia within 4-5 days.
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- 2 oz. fresh pressed wheat grass
- juice of 1/2 lemon
- Juice wheat grass.
- Add lemon juice.
- Pour into glass and drink to your health!