Is liquid chlorophyll good for you? Experts debunk this TikTok trend. – The Washington Post

As for cancer, there have been studies using both chlorophyll and chlorophyllin in mice, rats and trout, which showed some efficacy. But Chelsey McIntyre, a pharmacist and the managing editor of the Natural Medicines Research Collaboration at TRC Healthcare, says there’s not enough clear research yet. “Some early-stage animal research only confuses things, as it shows that chlorophyll may both increase and decrease cancer risk in mice,” McIntyre said. “So, the effects of chlorophyll on cancer remain unclear.”

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