While chlorophyll and chlorophyll are certainly beneficial, the nutrients in liquid supplements are limited compared to eating whole vegetables.
“If you eat one cup of spinach, you will get about 24 mg of chlorophyll,” Grasso said. That equates to about a dropper (or half a teaspoon) of a variety of liquids. However, “when you eat green vegetables, you get not only chlorophyll but also vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber,” she explains.
For added nutrients and lower prices, Grasso says “yes, I choose vegetables.” However, adding a liquid chlorophyll supplement to your daily routine, along with a balanced diet rich in vegetables, is generally considered safe.