wheat grass

on May 19, 2015 @ 10:52 am

i recently came across this article and wanted to know what every thinks about it! has anyone ever heard about this before?     ray hair: The ultimate telltale sign of aging.  Approximately half of all 50-year-olds are at least 50% gray.  Try as you may to postpone the inevitable with expensive, foul-smelling and messy dyes, the battle against gray is predictable... gray is pretty much the undefeated champion.  Or is it?

     Regular consumption of the young grass of a common wheat plant can recolor those grays so that you can enjoy your lush, natural color well into your senior years.  And it doesn't just stop at the gray.  This young cereal grass slows down the entire aging process by rejuvenating your cells, detoxifying your body, fighting tumors and tightening loose and sagging skin.

Gray Isn't Just a Sign of Age

The age-old healing system of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) links hair pigmentation to the quality of your blood and the strength of your kidneys.  According to TCM, gray doesn't mean old as much as it points to weak kidneys and blood.

     Made up of 70% chlorophyll, wheatgrass, from the wheat plant triticum aestivumrestores the health of your kidneys and blood.

     Chlorophyll helps to strengthen, build and oxygenate the blood.  It is remarkably similar to hemoglobin, a compound that carries oxygen to the blood.  Once consumed, chlorophyll is transformed into blood.  It then transports nutrients, such as oxygen, to your cells, tissues and organs, rejuvenating, protecting and strengthening.

     Renowned nutritionist, Dr. Bernard Jenson, discovered that wheatgrass and other green juices high in chlorophyll are nature's best blood builders.  In his book Health Magic Through Chlorophyll From Living Plant Life, he cites several cases in which he was able to boost red blood cell count in a matter of days simply by having patients soak in a chlorophyll-water bath.  Consuming wheatgrass and other green juices regularly has been proven to boost red blood cell count even more rapidly.

Beyond Beautification and into Total Body Health

Wheatgrass is made up of an impressive array of nutrients that reinforce and rejuvenate everything from our cells and tissues to our organs and bodily systems.  In addition to its 70% chlorophyll makeup, wheatgrass contains 17 essential amino acids, 90 minerals, 13 vitamins and 80 enzymes.  Prominent research scientist Dr. Earp-Thomas says that, "15 pounds of wheatgrass is the equivalent of 350 pounds of carrots, lettuce, celery and so forth."

     Wheatgrass delivers an impenetrable line of defense against disease.  An all-natural and powerful detoxifier, wheatgrass protects the liver and purifies the blood by neutralizing toxic substances such as cadmium, nicotine, strontium, mercury and polyvinyl chloride.

     Detoxifying is the first step.  From there, wheatgrass takes the offensive as a proven anti-cancer agent that stops tumors in their tracks. 

     Fact: Cancer cells cannot develop in oxygen rich environments!

     Wheatgrass is an abundant source of liquid oxygen.  Boosting the production of red blood cells and increasing oxygen in the blood helps fight cancer cells because cancer cannot survive in such alkaline rich environments.

     A recent study published in the journal Mutation Research pitted chlorophyll against beta-carotene and vitamins A, C and E.  Chlorophyll had a greater anti-cancer effect than all the other nutrients.  Wheatgrass truly is total body nutrition in one gulp!

7 Replies

WHEAT GRASS on May 19, 2015 @ 10:59 am

I have never heard of this Wheat Grass thanks for sharing this interesting articule.

A shot every other morning on May 19, 2015 @ 12:08 pm

I've never heard of wheatgrass helping gray hairs, but I have heard of how great it is for you!
You can buy them frozen in cubes and I pop them in my smoothies about every other day for a nice boost of greens. Also, I know Booster Juice has the option of adding fresh wheatgrass to their smoothies, or you can take a straight shot of it. It's not a tastey thing AT ALL, so make sure you have water or juice handy after you take it ;)

Has anyone tasted it before?

#WheatGrass- Cat22 on May 19, 2015 @ 01:38 pm

Thanks Cat22 for letting me know about #wheatgrass and how to add it to my diet at me age I can really use the help to get rid of my grays and also more greens.

chrissyann123 on May 19, 2015 @ 02:40 pm

your welcome . i thought it was really interesting and had some awesome information!!

Cat22 on May 19, 2015 @ 02:44 pm

thanks for the info!!! i may just try that at booster juice .. but i was thinking of growing some!!!

Growing your own - blubie on May 20, 2015 @ 10:23 am

That would be amazing to grow your own. Nothing beats fresh!

WHEAT GRASS- Growing your own-blulie on May 20, 2015 @ 01:27 pm

I never knew that you could grow your own. That is what I love about #ChickAdvisor you learn something new everyday. Thanks blubie !!!

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