Reasons To Drink Greens More Often

by Antony Brooks
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Reasons To Drink Greens More Often

Why Greens Powders & Superfoods?

Many people aren't thinking about the benefits of adding some fruits or vegetables to their diet. After all, we can't blame ourselves for poor amounts of greens in our diet with all the mouth watering fast-food advertisements and ready-to-eat frozen meals we are tending to buy because we're too busy working hard to feed our family and it's understandable! That's why these greens and superfoods products on the market is taking a leap and selling more each years.


What Does Greens Powders Do?

Greens powders are a source of dietary supplements specially selected to help you get the proper vegetable and fruit intake your body needs. Easily mixable with water, these greens supplements can be taken at any time of the day.

Most of greens powder contains 20 to 35 different healthy and natural dried then ground ingredients and superfoods which will vary by brand. A great formulation of a greens powder supplement would include:

  • Sprouted or fermented ingredients
  • Fibers
  • Herbs
  • Enzymes
  • Prebiotics & Probiotics
  • Seeds & Roots Extracts
  • Antioxidants
  • Edible green leafs
  • Seaweed
  • Superfoods
  • Nutritional Grasses
  • Mushrooms


A Great Source of Nutrients

A great way to get vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, enzymes nutrients which may interfere in the good functioning of your immune system, helps digestive and anti-inflammatory functions, detoxification and more. It's low calorie and full of vitamins and minerals including selenium, iodine, chromium and vitamins A, C and K.

Let's dig down into what ingredients are commonly found into these greens powders: Spirulina, chlorella, dulse, kelp, spinach, kale, collards, parsley, broccoli, beets, carrots, tomatoes, green cabbage, barley grass, wheatgrass, oat grass, alfalfa grass, green tea extract, grape seed extract, ginkgo biloba extract, blueberries, raspberries, goji and acai berries, holy basil, astragalus, echinacea, milk thistle, shiitake mushroom extract, maitake mushroom extract, rice bran, inulin, apple fiber and more!

Greens powders are mostly known as a supplementation of fruits and vegetables but also can represent as a meal replacement (depending on the product and brand).

Most people think that these mixes would taste like grass but most of manufacturer will improve the flavor by adding low calorie and natural sugar substitutes such as; stevia, maltodextrin, xylitol, sucralose.


Meet the Benefits

Some companies claims that their greens powders may be detoxifiant, anti-inflammatory, may improves your energy, may help reduce risks of chronic diseases, may support immune functions and digestive health but however, results can vary from a brand to another.

We also warn that children, pregnant or breastfeeding women and people taking medications shouldn’t use the greens supplements. They often contain herbs and concentrated extracts that may pose potential risks or interactions for these people. It is best practice to speak to your doctor before taking any new greens powder supplements.


How to Use?

It is best to read the instructions on the container before use.

Most of these greens powders are recommended to be mixed into water, juice, smoothie, soup, vegetable dip, etc. It's mainly made for people not having time to cook, on-the-go at work, travelling and other similar circumstances.



The greens powders are supplements made from green and red vegetables, seaweed, fruits, berries, enzymes, probiotics, powerful roots, fruit seeds and more.

They may have a lot of benefits such as boosting your immune system, enhancing your digestive functions, to detox your body or even to give you energy, but remember that results may vary based on the ingredients inside the product.

by Antony Brooks


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