So, you're saying that it's derived from a natural source but the copper complex isn't
natural? Or did you intend to write that it is natural? Your conclusion, however, is that
it isn't harmful? Good to know.
> I was reading the ingredients on a bottle of Drink Yoghurt
> (that's what they call it here), and noticed it contained Copper
> chlorophyl. I immediately looked it up as I'm somewhat concerned
> about the chemicals that are being dumped into my aging body.
> Here is what I found.
> "Copper chlorophyll is a copper complex of chlorophyll, a
> natural green food colouring which is extracted from nettles,
> grass and alfalfa. The copper complex is now not considered
> natural. This is a colouring which appears in many foodstuffs
> and pharmaceutical products. It is the colouring used for the
> green Bassett's Jelly Baby. It is also used in Sainsbury's Jelly
> In other words, there's nothing to worry about with this
> ingredient. Cheers