Referencias para o estudo da Clorofila e erva/capim

Para quem quiser aprofundar o estudo cientifico da clorofila, dos nutrientes existentes nas plantas verdes e seus efeitos curativos aqui fica uma vasta referencia:


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Nutritional Analysis of PINES Wheat Grass

NOTE: THIS IS NOT A COMPLETE NUTRITIONAL ANALYSIS. This analysis only shows those nutrients for which we have paid to have independent testing done. There are often thousands of nutrients in a given whole food like PINES Wheat Grass. Like other green leafy vegetables, PINES Wheat Grass certainly contains other carotenoids, plant pigments, vitamins, minerals not tested, and likely other nutrients yet to be discovered.

Where no RDI amount is listed, it is because we do not know of an RDI for that nutrient. Where there is an asterisk (*), that means the RDI of that nutrient is less than 1%. Amounts are based on a single 3.5 gram serving (1 teaspoon or 7 tablets).

Calories 13
Calories from fat 0
Cholesterol 0
Carbohydrates 1.6 g
Protein 860mg
Dietary Fiber 1 g 4% RDI
Chlorophyll 18.5 mg
Biotin 4 mcg
Choline 5 mg
Lutein 1 mg
Lycopene 29 mcg
Vitamin A (Betacarotene) 1668 IU 30% RDI
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 11 mcg *
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 260 mcg 17% RDI
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) 252 mcg *
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) 36 mcg
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) 39 mcg *
Vitamin B8 (Folic Acid) 21 mcg 10% RDI
Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) .05 mcg *
Vitamin C 7.5 mg 13 % RDI
Vitamin E 320 mcg
Vitamin K 35 mcg 20% RDI
Zeaxanthin 279 mcg
Calcium 15 mg
Cobalt 1.7 mcg
Copper 17 mcg
Iodine 8 mcg
Iron 870 mcg 4% RDI
Magnesium 3.9 mg *
Manganese 240 mcg 7% RDI
Phosphorus 14 mg *
Potassium 137 mg
Selenium 3.5 mcg 6% RDI
Sodium 1 mg *
Sulfur 10.5 mg
Zinc 62 mcg *
Alanine 69 mg
Arginine 66 mg
Aspartic Acid 50 mg
Cystine 11 mg
Glutamic Acid 76 mg
Glycine 49 mg
Histidine 18 mg
Isoleucine 35 mg
Leucine 72 mg
Lysine 38 mg
Methionine 18 mg
Phenylalanine 36 mg
Proline 46 mg
Serine 31 mg
Threonine 42 mg
Tryptophan 6 mg
Tyrosine 33 mg
Valine 48 mg

Nutritional Analysis of Mighty Greens Superfood Blend

Analysis is based on a 1 tablespoon serving (8g).

NOTE: An asterisk (*) indicates there is no RDI established for that nutrient.

Calories 30 *
Calories from fat 5 *
Cholesterol 0 mg *
Carbohydrates 5 g 2% RDI
Protein 860 mg *
Dietary Fiber 2 g 6% RDI
Chlorophyll 13 mg *
Sugars 1 g *
Choline 55 mg *
Vitamin A (Betacarotene) 1400 IU 30% RDI
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 38 mcg 2% RDI
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 102 mcg 6% RDI
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) 500 mcg 2% RDI
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) 104 mcg 1% RDI
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) 88 mcg 4% RDI
Vitamin B8 (Folic Acid) 29 mcg 8% RDI
Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) 0.8 mcg 10% RDI
Vitamin C 5 mg 10 % RDI
Vitamin E 530 mcg 6 % RDI
Vitamin K 100 mcg 125% RDI
Calcium 37 mg 4% RDI
Copper 28 mcg 1% RDI
Iodine 14 mcg 10% RDI
Iron 2 mg 15% RDI
Magnesium 14 mg 4% RDI
Phosphorus 70 mg *
Potassium 132 mg 4% RDI
Selenium 72 mcg 100% RDI
Sodium 40 mg 2% RDI
Sulfur 14 mg *
Zinc 90 mcg <>
Alanine 78 mg *
Arginine 97 mg *
Aspartic Acid 100 mg *
Cystine 18 mg *
Glutamic Acid 156 mg *
Glycine 62 mg *
Histidine 26 mg *
Isoleucine 50 mg *
Leucine 94 mg *
Lysine 59 mg *
Methionine 31 mg *
Phenylalanine 53 mg *
Proline 56 mg *
Serine 55 mg *
Threonine 61 mg *
Tryptophan 13 mg *
Tyrosine 39 mg *
Valine 60 mg
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