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Add A Scoop Green Blend
by Smoothie Essentials

GMO Free

Green Blend is a good source of naturally occurring Vitamin D and Vitamin B-3 (Niacin).

Kosher – Halal – Vegan

Nutritional Information

  • 1 Calories

  • 0 Total Fat

  • 0 Cholesterol

  • 0 gms Carbohydrates

  • 0 Fiber

  • 3 gms Protein

  • 0 Sugars

Ingredients

  • Wheat Grass – Non GMO

  • Spirulina – Non GMO

  • Barley Grass – Non GMO

  • Chlorella – Non GMO

  • Alfalfa – Non GMO

  • Flax Seed – Non GMO

  • Rice Bran Solubles – Non GMO

  • Pumpkin Seed – Non GMO

  • Maltodextrin – Non GMO


Green vegetables are legendary for their importance in maintaining good health thanks to substantial levels of chlorophyll, naturally occurring vitamins, and minerals. Green foods have been a major part of healthy diets for ages and scientists are now starting to fully realize the secrets of their powers.

Green Blend Featured Ingredients

Chlorophyll

Chlorophyll is a natural antioxidant. Antioxidants are important in maintaining healthy cell integrity.

Wheatgrass

pic4 Wheatgrass refers to the young grass of the common wheat plant. As many green vegetables do, it provides a source for trace amounts of chlorophyll, minerals, and vitamins. Some consumers grow and juice wheatgrass in their homes but it’s more common for consumers to get their wheatgrass benefits at health food stores and juice stores. The benefit of Smoothie Essentials Green Blend is that it comes in powdered form and can be added to the drink of choice.

Spirulina

Spirulina is believed to have been a food source for the Aztecs and other Mesoamericans until the16th-century. Spirulina occurs naturally in certain tropical and subtropical lakes. It’s a great supplement because it contains the highest protein and beta-carotene levels of all green superfoods.

Barley Grass

Since the early days, drug stores throughout the country sold tablets of dried barley grass as a form of vitamin supplement. Still popular today, barley grass acts as a free radical scavenger that assists in the reduction of inflammation and pain.

Chlorella

Chlorella is a component of phytoplankton, which is a very small free-floating aquatic plant found in plankton. Although not commonly recognized in the United States, chlorella is a supplement used extensively in the Orient. Among its many benefits are that it helps stimulate the immune system function and helps detoxify the body.

Alfalfa

Alfalfa is an Arabic word that means “Father of all foods.” Historical records reference alfalfa as a dietary supplement across many cultures and with many benefits. Alfalfa is a great source for many vitamins and minerals.

Flax

Flax is a tall, green plant that has seeds that are small and brown, similar in appearance to apple seeds. The National Center for Complimentary and Alternative Medicine claims that it is “funding studies on flaxseed. Recent studies have looked at the effects of flaxseed on high cholesterol levels, as well as its possible role in preventing conditions such as heart disease and osteoporosis.”

Rice Bran

For centuries, the rice bran that encapsulates the white rice within has been used in India to treat various ills among the people. Over two-thirds of the kernel’s nutrients are found in the bran.

Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin Seeds are a natural source for many vitamins and minerals. They are a common treat in many cultures, and the Chinese use pumpkin seeds as a treatment for depression.

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