4 Super Green Powders you need to try
So you are interested in Super Green Powders?
In this post, I am not going to talk about over sweetened and overpriced, pre-mixed super green powders.
No, Instead I want to just introduce you to the 4 powdered greens that I have found useful.
You may have different needs or requirements that mean you may substitute some or indeed all of my suggestions, but that is entirely up to you and I hope that this short post helps in any decision you make.
So here goes…
The 4 Super green powders that I use and think you may find of use too.
Wheatgrass juice is one of the best sources of Chlorophyll, or so it has been claimed and some also claim that contains all the minerals known to man.
Research that has been carried out into the benefits of chlorophyll and suggests that chlorophyll can bind with toxic metals and slowdown or even prevent their absorption.
It’s also been shown to have antioxidant properties that help to encourage healing.
Wheatgrass contains amongst other things: Vitamin E Calcium Copper, Iron, Zinc and Protein.
A powdered form of a blue green algae, Spirulina has been used in powder form as a dietary supplement and whole food for many years.
Spirulina is a complete protein that contains all the amino acids that you require and It is believed that Spirulina was one of the first organisms to thrive on earth.
Spirulina powder contains: Vitamins B1 and B2, Magnesium Calcium, Iron and Manganese.
Made from a green species of freshwater algae, Chlorella powder is packed full of a naturally occurring plant pigment called chlorophyll.
Chlorophyll is thought to be an important element in detoxification.
Chlorella powder contains: Vitamins A, B9, C, E and K. Calcium, Magnesium Potassium and Iron.
Made from Kale, which has been freshly harvested, Kale powder has been dried, to retain all of its phytonutrient potential, before being ground into a powder.
Just like Watercress. Broccoli and Sprouts, Kale contains Glucosinolates.
Glucosinolates are thought to protect against heart disease and cancer.
Kale is also claimed to be high in antioxidants.
Kale powder contains: Vitamins A, C and K.
There we go, a short powdery post for a super topic.
I hope you found this of use.
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Or do you already use your own selection of green powders?
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