Life Greens™ is a potent blend of fruit & vegetable antioxidants, prebiotic fibers, digestive enzymes, and probiotics formulated to support digestive and immune health†.
The formula is gluten-free, dairy-free, non-GMO, and vegan friendly and uses only naturally-derived flavors and sweeteners.
Life Greens™ comes in three tasty flavor options so you can boost the plant nutrient content of your favorite shake, smoothie, or beverage by adding Double Chocolate flavor, Mixed Berry flavor, or Cafe Mocha flavor.
Recommended Use: mix one serving (approximately 11g) into 8 to 10 ounces of any cold beverage up to two times daily.
†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
They are known as “superfoods” for a reason
The more greens you eat, the less likely you are to develop chronic diseases such as cancer, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease. The problem? Most Americans don’t eat nearly enough dark-green vegetables. On average, according to the Harvard School of Public Health, we get just three daily servings of any kind of produce. And USDA reports suggest that dark, leafy greens don’t come close to ranking among the most commonly eaten veggies. That means a lot of us are missing out on greens’ nutritional benefits, which include boosting immunity, enhancing detoxification, reducing inflammation, improving digestion, and helping maintain a proper acid-base balance in the body. One solution? Taking them in supplement form. “Consuming greens supplements, such as powders and juices, can be a convenient and reliable way to get your necessary daily intake of green vegetables — and then some,” says Michael B. Wald, MD, PhD, ND, director of nutritional services at Integrated Medicine of Mount Kisco in New York. Click here
to learn how you can get more of them into your life.
Spring Greens: Quick and Easy Tips, Recipes, and Nutrition Know-How
It’s easy to get in a rut buying bags of “spring mix” greens, which mostly include mild, traditional lettuces and spinach. Next time you’re shopping, consider selecting some of the lesser-known spring greens like watercress, dandelion greens, mustard greens, and arugula; they are bursting with peppery flavor and are very versatile when cooking. They can zest up your salads, add deep flavor and nutrients to sautés, and they’re amazing sprinkled on top of cooked dishes. Eating them is like a spring cleaning for your body — they’re deeply nourishing, their fiber helps your body shed waste, and their nutrients both detoxify and give your immune system a healthy boost. Click here
to find easy ways to treat yourself to their fresh spring goodness.