The pigment responsible for green is chlorophyll. Chlorophyll pigments can be separated into two types, they are chlorophyll a and chlorophyll b. Every march 17 st. Patrick’s day is celebrated with parodies and a whole lot of green. This date marks the death of St. Patrick. The patron saint of Ireland is thought to have been born Maewyn Succat in the late 4th century. The historical figure known as St. Patrick used the name Paticious in his writings. Neither Irish nor initially a devout Christian. Chlorophyll is vital for photosynthesis and in this photosynthesis process plants produce O2 gas and reduce CO2.
How to Cook Greens
Cooking green vegetables is no easy task. When cooking green keep in mind that not to them too much time and use enough water and of course don’t keep it in the cooking dish when the cook is finished, because if your chlorophyll is broken then its color, test, and nutrition fade.
Benefits of Chlorophylls
Chlorophylls are present in most green vegetables and fruits. Green fruit and vegetables have many health benefits. Some of them are used as skin conditions, some fighting certain kinds of cancer and body odors. Chlorophyll is used as an anti-aging remedy, used for acne treatment, blood-building properties, deodorant properties, wound-healing properties, and so on.