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Is clorofila vegan?

Clorofila is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is clorofila?

Chlorophyll, also known as clorofila in Spanish, is a green pigment found in plants and algae. It plays an essential role in photosynthesis by absorbing light energy and converting it into chemical energy. Apart from its importance for plant growth, chlorophyll has also been used for various health benefits, such as reducing inflammation, detoxifying the body, and improving digestion. It can be obtained through consuming green leafy vegetables, or taken in supplement form. Clorofila has gained popularity in recent years as a natural ingredient in food and beverage products due to its vibrant green color and potential health benefits.

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