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Greens Ingredients
Green foods are high in chlorophyll, which has varied potential health-promoting properties, including blocking carcinogens, reducing liver cancer, acting as an antioxidant, and limiting antioxidants.

Chlorophyll-rich foods form the foundation of a healthy diet, providing multiple nutrients essential for health. The chlorophyll content of greens is often related to the level of beneficial carotenoids.

     These single-celled plants, aquatic algae, are a rich source of chlorophyll. The type found in supplements is Chorella pyrenoidosa, which contains levels of vitamins and minerals comparable to Spirulina. Chorella contains carotenoids such as zeaxanthin and beta-carotene. Carotenoids act as antioxidants and can stimulate the immune system.

Blue green algae are among the simplest photosynthetic organisms, and the most commonly used food forms are Spirulina maxima and S. platensis. While spirulina occurs in salty lakes, it is also grown commercially in outdoor reservoirs under controlled conditions.

Spirulina has ten times more beta-carotene than carrots, is 60% protein (more than steak, by weight), and more iron than spinach! It appears to provide a variety of health benefits, including lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the blood, reduction of tumor growth, stimulation of immune defenses, and support of cardiovascular function.

Barley grass, wheat grass:
Young barley and wheat grasses from sprouted grains are frequently used in juices and drink blends. In addition to chlorophyll, they contain carotenoids, vitamins such as folic acid, and minerals. Like many vegetables, these foods contain substantial levels of potassium and less sodium, thus helping the body become more alkaline and counter metabolically induced acidification. Boron and manganese are also important constituents of barley grass, and vitamin C is also well represented.


Acerola Berry Juice Powder:
*This bright red berry is the most potent natural source of vitamin C
*Helps Quercetin absorption
*Balances pH in colon

Apple Fiber:
*Helps maintain intestinal balance, cleansing the intestinal tract with 17.2% soluable and insoluble fibers

Astragalus Root Extract:
*The most potent immune enhancing herb known
*Increases phagocytosis, interferon production and T-cell formation
*Functions as an adaptogen to relive stress-induced immune system suppression

Brown Rice Bran:
*Joins with pectin and chlorophyll to cleanse, detoxify, and deodorize the intestines
*Gives moisture to stool

Dunaliella Salina:
*Orange-red sea vegetable grown in the South Pacific
*Rich source of the complete carotene complex

Echinacea root extract:
*This natural antibotic is used by millions around the world to prevent bacterial illness
*Supports immune function and helps detoxify lymph glands

Gingko Biloba Leaf:
*Powerful antioxidant
*Improves and protects vascular health
*Enhances mental function
*Improves delivery of oxygen to brain tissues

Grape Extract:
*Potent antioxidant protection
*Carries Vitamin C to the vital tissues
*Superior anti-inflammatory to preserve skin elasticity and joint flexibility

Green Tea Leaf Extract:
*Assists in digestion and the growth of “friendly bacteria”
*Helps reduce plaque causing bacteria on gums
*Helps balance blood sugar levels and intestinal pH
*Chock full of antioxidants

Hydroponic Soy sprouts:
*Source of many antioxidants and phytochemicals including the important anti-estrogenic isoflavone—Genestein

Licorice root extract:
*Antibacterial, antiviral, adaptogenic
*Sustains adrenal function
*Herbal transporter

Milk Thistle extract:
*Protects against liver damage from alcohol, hepatitis and chemical toxins
*Regenerates already damaged liver tissue

Montana Bee Pollen:
*Rich source of antioxidant vitamins, minerals, enzymes and Super Oxide Dimutase

Natural Vitamin E:
*Protects cholesterol and lipids from oxidation

Nova Scotia Dulse:
*Purple-Red sea vegetable
*Rich in micronutrients selenium, molybdenum, ubium and iodine

Probiotic cultures:
*“Friendly bacteria” which help digest foods, make b vitamins, absorb minerals, and prevent the growth of “unfriendly bacteria.”
*Promotes intestinal hygiene.

Royal Jelly:
*Loaded with antioxidant vitamins, minerals and enzymes
*Thought to contribute to longevity
*Rich source of Super Oxide Dismutase

Siberian Ginseng Root extract:
*One of the most potent adaptogenic herbs
*Helps the body ward off stress and balance the body’s energy
*Contains germanium which is immune enhancing and oxygen enriching

Soy Lecithin:
*Essential to the function of every cell
*Emulsifies cholesterol
*Vital to healthy hair, skin
*Helps absorption of fat-soluble Vitamins A, D, E, and K.
*Source of natural choline

Swedish Bilberry Extract:
Source of potent anitoxidant-proanthocyanidins
*Improves capillary strength
*Assists night vision
*Assists peripheral circulation


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