Chlorophyll Water Builds Community of Health Practitioners, Nutritionists and Yoga Teachers.

Chlorophyll Water Launches ‘Health & Wellness Community Page’ on their Website

Chlorophyll Water
Dec 20, 2019 · 9 min read

Chlorophyll Water is a plant powered purified water (carbon filtered, triple filtration, UV treated) enhanced by nature with the addition of Chlorophyll, a key ingredient and the vital green pigment in plant life. Chlorophyll Water is a refreshing introduction to the many benefits of Chlorophyll fortified with the added health benefits of Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C and Vitamin D for enhanced hydration.

Chlorophyll Water has built a Community Page on their Chlorophyll Water website acknowledging and dedicated to tomorrow’s most promising leaders within the health, wellness, nutrition and yoga communities. Visit Chlorophyll Water’s Community Page HERE.


Chlorophyll Water has become the go to hydration for health and wellness experts, nutritionists and fitness trainers across the country:

Chlorophyll Water has become my go-to during and post-workout drink. The spearmint taste is refreshing after a hard sweat, the micro-nutrients are exactly what I need to replenish the loss of electrolytes and the B-vitamins give me a little kick to keep pushing through. As an environmentalist and outdoor enthusiast, it’s also refreshing to know that CW is leading the way in sustainability and making a difference for Mother Nature.

  • David Mykel, MA, Cliff Hanger Academy, Founder & Head Coach

I’ve always loved chlorophyll for its supportive properties and its ability to help counteract the very toxic world we live in, helping me to stay alkaline. Right now I’m loving Chlorophyll Water because it’s a convenient way for me to grab and go, and I love that it has the added health benefits of purified water and vitamins.

  • Holly Perkins, BS, CSCS, Women’s Strength Nation, Founder

“Some of the most exciting health benefits of chlorophyll, and greens in general, are its antioxidant activity and promotion of efficient detoxification. Research supports that dietary forms of chlorophyll contribute to overall health and wellbeing by supporting these important functions. Chlorophyll Water can be a convenient way to incorporate more chlorophyll into your daily diet.”

— Amanda Sylvie, MPH, RD, LD, CLT

Since our bodies are almost two-thirds water, understanding water’s important role in the body can be a fountain of health. The water in Chlorophyll Water is distilled and refined for purity and quality.

Chlorophyll Water is purified water that goes through a three-part purification process, which is tripled filtered (including carbon filtration), and then UV treatment.

Chlorophyll Water asked their community of wellness experts how important hydration is to an active and yoga lifestyle?

Ava Johanna, 200 Hr. Vinyasa Yoga, Los Angeles, CA

“Most of us are dehydrated (myself included) and when we are on our mats or practicing and sweating, it is so important to drink water to replenish the body. I aim to drink 60oz or more daily at a minimum and always notice brighter skin and better digestion when I am drinking enough water daily.”

  • Ava Johanna, 200 Hr. Vinyasa Yoga, Hot26, Meditation Teacher
    Host of The Alchemized Life Podcast
    Los Angeles, CA
Gretchen Graham Lightfoot, RYT-500, 500 Hour Yoga Instructor

Water is very important for hydration. When you are feeling thirsty or your lips and mouth are dry, you are already dehydrated. The flip side of that, of course, is to not over-hydrate before yoga class — it can be rather, er, uncomfortable to have a full bladder during certain poses!”

Rian Bodner, Illumina East, Founder

“The body needs enough water in order to for cellular function, elimination to take place, and for your brain.”

  • Rian Bodner, Kundalini, Vinyasa
    Illumina East, Founder
    New York, NY

“If you are active, you should be drinking more water, it is the easiest thing you can do to prioritize self-care and recovery. Make sure you avoid plastic bottles that are not reusable or biodegradable.”

  • Lucile Hernandez Rodriguez , Yoga Alliance RYT-200, Health Coach
    Reiki Level 1 Practitioner
    Mindfulness and Holistic Health Coach, Yoga Teacher

“Hydration is key! I drink electrolytes in the morning to ensure that I’m keeping my body optimally hydrated. I also recommend Vitamin B12, which gives me a lot of energy and keeps me from feeling tired and weak.”

  • Kyle Michaud, 200HR Yoga Instructor Experience Expositions, Founder
    Charlotte, North Carolina

“Proper hydration is an integral part of keeping your body in balance. It is important for proper brain and muscle functions, flushes out toxins, reduces inflammation and promotes general well-being.”

  • Tiffany Desouza, RYT200, NSCA-CPT, NASM-CPT, Yoga Instructor,
    Enerzy Exchange Yoga, Founder
    Boca Raton, FL
Melini Jesudason, 500 HR, Alo Yoga, Teacher
ChlorophyllWater.com

Each bottle of Chlorophyll Water is fortified with additional Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C and Vitamin D. Chlorophyll Water asked their community of health practitioners and nutritionists which natural ingredients and/or vitamins they recommend?

“Yoga Dan” Gottlieb, Applied Functional Scientist, WeWork, Sproga, Founder

“Chlorophyll is the bedrock of all plant life, and the similarities to the molecules of our red blood cells is uncanny. When you drink really well sourced Chlorophyll it’s like breathing fresh air straight into our bloodstream. I recommend hydrating before your yoga practice with Chlorophyll Water to help stimulate peristalsis and help neutralize free-radicals in the body that can damage healthy cells.”

  • Dan “Yoga Dan” Gottlieb, C.R.C, YACEP, Yoga Teacher & Specialist, New York, NY

“It’s important to take vitamins and supplements intentionally and with purpose (there is such thing as over-supplementing!). That being said, some common deficiencies are vitamin D, magnesium, B vitamins and iron. Inadequate supply of these over time can contribute to detrimental health outcomes so it’s really important to prevent identify if you’re at risk and do you present to prevent this from happening.”

Alondra Smith, Yogathology, Dallas, TX

“B12 is essential because our bodies don’t naturally produce it and it helps to make DNA and keeping our blood cells/nerves healthy.”

Dr. Kelly Bay, Dr. Bay of Innate Wellness, New York, NY

Chlorophyll is a beneficial source of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. It has some anti-inflammatory mechanisms such as inhibiting TNF-a.”

“I enjoy taking whole food vitamins, blue green algae, chlorophyll, on a regular basis because it helps to supplement what our food is lacking. And when I feel run down, I take Vitamin C, Elderberry and zinc to boost my immune system.”

  • Joan Varini OM Movement Studio, Sun Warrior Yoga, Founder
    Miami, Florida

Vitamin D for bone health; magnesium for better sleep and mood; a mix of creatine and whey protein for building muscle if you’re working out regularly; Omega-3 for heart health; Chlorophyll for an energy boost.”

  • Laura Finch, 200-hour YTT, Yoga Teacher & Lifestyle Coach
    YogaKali, Founder
Human@Ease, Wellness & Meditation Center, Brooklyn, NY

“I recommend vitamin b12 in the morning, especially if you’re a vegetarian/vegan. It’s an important supplement for energy. Magnesium is great for relaxation, digestion and muscle pain. I recommend taking this in the evening, perhaps with calcium and zinc for proper absorption. I enjoy putting mint chlorophyll in my water three times a day. *Chlorophyll Water* makes getting in all of your nutrients that much easier!”

  • Christina Ionno, 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training, Level 2 Reiki Practitioner, Intuitive Tarot Reader
    Brooklyn, NY

“I’m big into Ayurvedic herbal medicine. Most of us are so buzzy and ungrounded (vata imbalance) I definitely recommend Ashwagandha for almost everyone — especially in winter. Shatavri is great for women! But the number one health tip — don’t drink ice water with your meals! “

“Potassium for replenishment to fight off fatigue, muscle weakness and to support your blood pressure and mood stability. Magnesium for blood sugar and regulating muscle and nerve functionality. Triphala for antioxidants and digestion cleaning and toning of the intestines.”

“Living in the northeast, I am often deficient in Vitamin D, so that’s the supplement I always take! I highly recommend getting levels checked by your doctor before taking any supplement and then supplementing your diet as needed.”

“Ayurveda teaches that we are individuals with different needs, so it depends. That said, for just about everyone, Triphala, which is three herbs, is great for keeping digestion moving, especially while travelling. To support the immune system in winter, make a paste of raw honey and powdered turmeric with a bit of ginger and black pepper. Have a ½ teaspoon every day.”

  • Marjorie Nass, ERYT-500, Yoga and Lifestyle Coach
    La Jolla, California

Chlorophyll Water was selected by the United Nations as their choice water for International Yoga Day within the General Assembly at the United Nations. Chlorophyll Water asked their yoga community how and why yoga so important for the times we’re living in?

Chlorophyll Water Selected as Choice Water for ‘International Yoga Day’ at the United Nations.
Stephanie Weikert, Yoga Therapist, Baltimore, MD

“I think too many of us are stuck in habits of distracting and numbing ourselves. We need yoga to teach us to show up more fully and be conscious of what we’re contributing to the world with every choice we make.”

Stephen McManus, Three Jewels, Yoga Teacher, New York City, NY

Yoga is so much more than just the physical poses. There are 8 limbs of Yoga, and Asana is just one. The philosophy behind Yoga teaches us that we can literally change the world if we understand how it works. It’s so much about ourselves and how everything is a reflection of us. And if that’s true, then why wouldn’t we love our reflections.”

Nathania Stambouli, SoulPlay Yoga, Founder, Culver City, CA

Yoga is absolutely indispensable for the growth and healing of our society. It starts with us as individuals, though. We have to take responsibility for what we put out into the world and how we stand up for what we believe in. And that starts with knowing ourselves deeply. Yoga gives us the tools to sit with the things that happened to us, to look at our biases and to work through them, instead of running away from them.

  • Nathania Stambouli, SoulTribe Adventures, Co-Founder, SoulPlay Yoga, Founder, Culver City, CA

Yoga is important now more than ever today with how overstimulated and hectic everyone’s lives are. I think yoga is the best way to get daily movement + a meditation in at the same time so we can finally rest the mind.”

  • Jacquie Smith, Barre Certification through Exhale
    200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training through Poe Yoga
    Little Adapts by Jax, Founder
    New York, NY

“To be practitioner of yoga (in my humble opinion) means that you practice compassion and kindness regardless of your asana level. It is when yoga is taken out of the studio and into the world that the greatest shift in consciousness occurs because we have the opportunity to realize and see through first-hand experience for ourselves that we are, in fact, all one.”

Victoria Davis, ERT-500, Yoga Teacher, Well Spring Connect, Founder, New York City, NY
Stevie Finedore, The Yoga Collective & The Limitless Society, Santa Monica, CA
Visit ChlorophyllWater.com to learn more about tomorrow’s most promising leaders within our health, wellness and yoga communities.

Chlorophyll Water is bottled in Landfill Biodegradable, 100% Recyclable, BPA-Free and Non-Toxic bottles. Chlorophyll Water can be purchased online through their website at ChlorophyllWater.com or on Amazon.

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