Barley Grass Benefits

Do You Know About Barley Grass Benefits?

It may surprise you to learn that barley grass can be an amazing source of nutrition for human beings. Most of us don’t think of people as grazers and yet barley grass benefits are astounding! Young green shoots of barley grass, about 12-14 inches in height, contain all the vitamins, minerals and proteins necessary for the human diet. When you add in the chlorophyll, you'’re looking at all of the nutrition your body needs packed into each blade of grass.

Barley grass benefits include the amino acids packed into each stalk. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. Proteins, in turn, are the major component of every cell and bodily fluid (with the exception of urine and bile) in our bodies. Without proteins, there would be no continual cell building, regeneration or energy production that we need to keep on living. The proteins in barley are polypeptides; smaller proteins that can be directly absorbed into the blood, where cell metabolism can be promoted. There are eight essential amino acids that we must get from our diets as our body does not produce them. Barely grass contains all 8 of them plus ten more!

Barley grass benefits don’'t stop with amino acids, though. Contained within barley grass are also of multitude of enzymes. These little enzymes provide the spark that starts the essential chemical reactions our bodies need to survive. Furthermore, barley grass contains absolutely astounding numbers of vitamins and minerals, including copper, iron, magnesium, the B vitamins, vitamin C, folic acid, zinc and many more. All in all, barely grass makes a comprehensive supplement sure to give you a burst of energy and help protect your immune system.

 

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