I never heard of this, but I googled it and here’s what I think: some people claim chlorophyll is good for you, but they are all people trying to sell you something. All the reports from scientists that I could find say that there is no evidence that it does you any good.
I’ve never heard of this, but I did read a science fiction book where people did that. Some people do believe that eating green veggies means the chlorophyll from them goes on photosynthesising inside your guts, but that is utter rubbish, because there’s no sunlight inside your body.
I’m with Nick and Jane on this one. There is a lot of fake information out there particularly in relation to the ‘alternative medicine’ field. That’s why it is so important to look at the evidence and work out for yourself if something makes sense or not.
Yup. The others are correct. The idea that chlorophyll has health benfits for humans has been ruled out a long time ago. There are loads of good things in green vegetables, but chlorophyll isn’t one of them.