Desintoxícate con clorofila
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Desintoxícate con clorofila

Por Kiwilimón - Julio 2013
Conoce los beneficios de la clorofila que es lo que le da el color verde a las plantas. La clorofila además de ayudarte a desintoxicar tu cuerpo, varios estudios afirman que los alimentos que contienen clorofila poseen propiedades anticancerígenas, esta sustancia verde: •    Aporta energía. •    Oxigena las células. •    Favorece la circulación sanguínea. •    Mejora la salud de los órganos internos como los intestinos, los riñones y el hígado. •    Es un gran desodorizante: ideal para combatir el mal aliento ocasionado por tabaco, alcohol y alimentos como cebolla y ajo. •    Ayuda a eliminar los olores provocados por la transpiración.

 Las mejores recetas con clorofila

 

Receta de Dip de Espinaca con Alcachofa

Ingredientes: - 1 paquete de queso crema - 3/4 de taza de crema - 1/2 cebolla picada - 5 gramos de mantequilla - jugo de limón 1/2 pieza - 1/2 cucharadita de salsa tabasco - 1 lata de alcachofa - 1/2 bolsa de espinaca baby - 200 gramos de queso parmesano - consomé de pollo en polvo Si quieres ver el procedimiento de esta receta da click aquí.  

Receta de Sopa de Brócoli con Almendra

Ingredientes: - 1/2 taza de almendra - 700 gramos de brócoli - 3 3/4 tazas de caldo de pollo - 1 1/4 tazas de leche sin grasa - pimienta Para ver el procedimiento de esta receta da click aquí.  

 Receta de Rollos de Espárragos con Res Teriyaki

Ingredientes: - 300 gramos de carne de res delgada, se recomienda un buen corte - 6 cucharadas de salsa de soya - 2 cucharadas de azúcar - 2 cucharadas de sake - 3 cucharadas de aceite vegetal - 1 cucharada de jengibre picado - 1 cucharada de salsa catsup - 3 docenas de espárragos frescos Si quieres conocer el procedimiento de esta receta da click aquí.  

Cómo ingerir la clorofila

La principal fuente de clorofila se encuentra en los vegetales de color verde, así que consúmelos en cantidades suficientes. Otra manera de disfrutar sus beneficios es mezclar agua con el concentrado de clorofila que está a la venta en tiendas naturistas. Sólo dilúyela en el agua que consumes normalmente y disfruta su fresco sabor.   Artículo escrito por        Si quieres aprender como preparar más recetas con clorofila da click aquí y encuentra nuestra variedad de recetas.

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