Are you eating 8-10 servings of fruits and vegetables daily? I am guilty of eating too well these days but I don’t think I’m eating enough fruits and vegetables so I’m trying out a supplement that’s hassle-free but fulfills my daily fruits and veggie intake quota. Hailing from Australia and developed by two naturopaths, Vital Greens is a comprehensive powder-form supplement that addressed digestive conditions and poor absorption.
Vital Greens is a convenient, easy to consume multi-nutrient superfood suitable for anyone wanting to maintain optimal health, especially busy, working adults as it helps to boost the immune system. One sachet of Vital Greens a day and it is the antioxidant equivalent to 8-10 servings of fruits and vegetables daily. Good to know and let’s try this out.
Vital Greens contains a carefully balanced blend of nutrient dense greens, vegetables, fruits, herbs, vitamins and minerals, powerful antioxidants, pre and probiotics that is beneficial for the whole family. It contains 76 vital ingredients that are essential for the body’s daily nutrient intake.
The 76 ingredients found in Vital Greens are correctly proportioned to work in synergy with one another for maximum effect; providing the optimum nutrient levels to help support detoxification, digestion, intestinal health, immunity, as well as boost one’s vitality and energy levels. Each ingredient has been specifically selected because of its unique individual actions and vast nutritional properties.
Milk Thistle, Dandelion, Burdock Root and Rice Bran for a healthy gut and digestion by helping to eliminate waste and cleanse. Antioxidants help improve immunity and fight diseases. Globe artichoke, Inulin, Ginger, Lactobacillus, Bifidum and Papain help improve intestinal health to maximize nutrient absorption as well as relieve bloating and flatulence. Siberian ginseng helps relieve anxiety, boost energy and prevent infection.
Vital Greens is available at Watsons, Guardian and Unity.
For a few days, I took one sachet per day by dissolving it in cold water. The taste isn’t bad, there’s a slight sweetness to it even though there’s no artificial sweeteners or flavors. The color of this drink is very dark green and packed with a lot of goodness. However, I don’t like the powdery texture and no matter how much I stir the drink, the powder just doesn’t dissolve. I find that very annoying and maybe I should just go with natural green juices instead. Vital Greens is much more convenient, of course, but after trying a few sachets, I think I’m done and won’t be finishing all 30 sachets that come in a box.