Animals Perform Photosynthesis through Green Plant Diet

Why do people who eat greens on a daily basis seem to have more sustainable energy than those who do not? Evidence suggests that the chlorophyl from plants enters the body’s cells and allows the body to convert light directly to bioelectricity.

While it has been prevailing wisdom that only plants can use sunlight directly for producing energy (photosynthesis), it can not be denied that not only do many animals consume chlorophyll through their diet but that research has been performed showing chlorophyll metabolites “retain the ability to absorb light in the visible spectrum at wavelengths that can penetrate into animal tissues.”