06 Apr Adding Vital Greens To Your Diet: Study
If you’re looking for a food that is exceptionally nutritious, packed with protein and phytochemicals, and will boost your immune system and give you energy all while tackling your cholesterol and triglycerides, Vital Greens is it!
The greener the green, the higher the chlorophyll content. And Vital Greens is a rich, deep-green powder consisting of a plethora of ancient food sources compiled from the German E Monographs and is as one of the most prized “green foods” in the natural health world. It has an abundance of chlorophyll just waiting to energize and every cell of in the body. Chlorophyll is the ‘blood’ of the plant, which increases the number of red blood cells in your body, helping to deliver oxygen to your cells. More oxygen in your cells means more nutrients will be absorbed – leading to creating vitality and a non-toxic environment in your body. It reaches every cell and is one of the few powerful whole foods that detoxifies at the cellular level.
A new study published in the Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture is just the latest of many to demonstrate how effective blue-green algaie, spirulina, chlorophyll and other green superfoods are as a food for boosting the immune system and naturally lowering cholesterol.
Other human studies have also demonstrated green superfoods’ ability to reduce inflammation, enhance the immune system, boost anti-oxidant defenses, kill viruses, treat allergy-related nasal symptoms, and lower blood pressure.
And don’t worry, it tastes great without any sweetener, not even stevia. Some people love the taste of the Vital Greens so much that they eat spoonfuls of the powder straight (staining their mouths a dark green in the process!)
The Vital Greens is a true combination of superfoods not to be ignored! chock full of oxygenating chlorophyll, digestible plant-based protein, and 22 essential amino acids.You can count on it as not only a safe, green food that not only boosts your nutrition, but also has the potential to also lower your blood pressure, enhance your immunity, fight inflammation and oxidation (the key drivers of aging and disease), and reduce cholesterol naturally. Vital Greens is raw, gluten-free, wild-crafted and organic. Note: It does not contain any fruit or grass fillers, is free of rancid oils derived from flaxseed and has no probiotics (which are generally contaminated/inoperable unless refrigerated).
Is your diet already rich with greens?
There’s been ample studies on the high alkaloid content in our leafy greens and therefore it is important to limit as well as rotate the greens you use in your green salad smoothies and juices. Powdered green food supplements do not contain alkaloids or tannins common in grocery greens. Therefore supplementing with Vital Greens is an excellent way to boost the alkalinity of your blood without alkaloid build up in the liver.
What about you?
Have you tried the Vital Greens? Do you like it? Has regular Vital Greens intake benefited your health? I would love you to share your natural healing experiences. Please do so by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Vital Greensify your wonderful body by adding this green star to your Ultra Smoothie, salad dressing, dips, or in freshly pressed juice in the morning before breakfast.
Basil Kale Dip Recipe
You must try this – dip your vegetables in vegetables. Enjoy the delicious taste of garlic and herbs and keep your gut happy with omega fatty acids from hemp hearts.
- ½ bunch kale
- ½ cup hemp seeds
- 1 Tbsp dry basil (or 3 Tbsp fresh)
- 1 tsp dry oregano (or 1 Tbsp fresh)
- ¼ cup fresh lemon juice
- 1-2 cloves garlic
- ½ tsp sea salt
- 1 tsp Dr. Adatya’s Vital Greens
Place all ingredients in a food processor, mix well, and then shine bright.
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