Organic Whole Greens, Super Greens, Organic, Spirulina, Chlorella, Kale, Cabbage, Broccoli, Wheat Grass, Barley Grass, Alfalfa, Spinach, Wakame, Matcha Green Tea

Organic Whole Greens is derived from organically-grown, nutrient-dense green superfoods!

It's freeze-dried raw to prevent nutrient loss, resulting in a broad spectrum of nutritional benefits. Free of pesticides, fertilizers, GMO's, and the use of solvents. Organic Whole Greens has the highest concentration of easily digestible nutrients, fat burning compounds, vitamins and minerals to protect and heal the body. It contains a wide array of beneficial substances including proteins and protective phytochemicals which improves the immune system and detoxification. It also aids the digestive system and more effectively protects you against disease and illness.

Whole Greens include families of algae, green vegetables, and cereal grasses. Each serving is equal to 4 - 5 servings of common vegetables per day.

Whole Greens Contains

  • Hawaiian Spirulina - is a microscopic blue-green algae. One of the most nutritionally rich plants known to man, Spirulina algae aides in; strengthening the immune system, supporting cardiovascular health and lowering cholesterol; improving gastrointestinal and digestive health; enhancing natural cleansing and detoxification; reducing cancer risks through antioxidant protection.
  • Chlorella - is a type of single-cell green algae. It is a major component of phytoplankton. Several studies have indicated that chlorella may be effective in treating some types of cancer, high cholesterol, hypertension (high blood pressure), fibromyalgia syndrome, and in boosting the immune system and detoxifying the body.
  • Kale, Cabbage, and Broccoli - is a leafy green vegetable that belongs to the Brassica family, a group of vegetables including cabbage, collards, broccoli, and Brussel sprouts. The Brassica family is considered to be one of the most nutritious vegetable groups, boasting powerful antioxidant properties. Benefits include: lessening the occurrence of a wide variety of cancers affecting the breasts, ovaries, colon, prostate, and the lungs. It also helps to protect against Rheumatoid Arthritis.
  • Barley Grass - is a green cereal grass packed full of nutrients. Weight-based comparisons reveal that barley juice is seven times richer in Vitamin C than oranges, five times richer in iron than spinach, and ten times richer in calcium than milk; furthermore, barley is a significant source of Vitamin B-12, and it contains the anti-aging enzyme superoxide dismutase (SOD).
  • Wheat Grass – is a young plant of the genus Agropyron, containing Chlorophyll, Amino Acids, Minerals, Vitamins, and Enzymes. Regular ingestion of Wheat Grass can improve the digestive system, while aiding in the prevention of cancer, diabetes, heart disease, constipation, hair loss and elevated menopausal symptoms. It also detoxifies heavy metals from the bloodstream, and cleanses the liver.
  • Alfalfa - is one of the world's most important forage plants. Alfalfa is used to treat arthritis, diabetes, digestive problems, weight loss, ulcers, kidney and bladder problems, prostate conditions, asthma, and hay fever.
  • Spinach - is a dark green leafy vegetable that is loaded with nutrients. Benefits include: prevention of night blindness, helps fight prostate cancer, helps to protect the colon cells from the damaging effects of free radicals. It also helps with conditions where inflammation can occur. Researchers have found that spinach may help protect the brain from oxidative stress and may reduce the effects of age-related declines in brain function, while boosting mental performance.
  • Wakame - is a kelp that looks and tastes like spinach lasagna. Lower rates of breast cancer have been reported in Japanese women with diets high in kelp. High quantities of Lignans are found in wakame, and may provide protection against various cancers.
  • Matcha Green Tea - is a type of powered green tea grown in the shade and is traditionally used in the Japanese tea ceremony. Matcha Green tea contains high antioxidant properties, Polyphenols, Tannins, Catechins, Flavonoids, and Theanine, as well as a wide variety of Vitamins and Minerals. Some of the benefits of Matcha Green Tea are associated with heart disease and cancer prevention, enhancing immune function, lowering LDL cholesterol levels, reducing blood pressure, lowering the risk of stroke, boosting longevity, aiding digestion, and preventing dental cavities and gingivitis.

Frequently Asked Questions about Whole Greens

  • Does Matcha Green tea contain any caffeine?

    Yes, the caffeine in Matcha is assimilated in a very different and much healthier way. The caffeine in Matcha binds to the larger catechin molecules, that also act as powerful antioxidants, and is released into the bloodstream slowly over time, as the catechins are broken down and assimilated. The results are "time-released" smaller dosages of caffeine that provide sustained energy for up to 6 to 8 hours. This mechanism also prevents the insulin and adrenalin spikes typical for coffee intake, so you never have to experience the "after-low" that follows when the blood sugar drops.

  • Does Wheat Grass have wheat or gluten in it?

    According to information from USDA research chemists, and a statement from the American Association of Cereal Chemists, gluten is found only in the seed kernel (endosperm) and not in the stem and grass leaves. If the grass is cut from a growing plant and does not include the seed kernel, it should be safe for persons with gluten intolerance to use.

  • Why isn't there any Herbs, Berries, and Lecithin in it?

    The reason why there are no herbs, berries, or lecithin is because most green formulas that contain herbs are usually found to have very small dosages that have little effect on the body. Also the body can form a tolerance to the herbs after prolonged use, making it ineffective. Whole greens does not have berries or lecithin, mainly because we wanted to give the consumer a product with more green ingredients than our competitors. In most cases lecithin is used as a filler yielding the highest amount in most green formulas.

  • Why does the Liquid formula have preservatives?

    We had to use preservatives to prevent bacteria from forming, and to sustain a longer shelf life. Health Canada also requires all liquid products to have preservatives of some sort to prevent illness that can occur due to spoilage. Current competitors also use preservatives as well. The amount is too minute to cause harm to the body.