Don’t Just Eat Your Greens. Devour Them.
You’ve heard it from your parents for years, but there may be some hard medically-backed evidence to support the claim that you should “eat your greens.” In fact, greens and may be among the most nutrient-dense food sources in the world.
Many leafy greens and certain algaes are renowned “superfoods” thanks to their high levels of antioxidants and essential amino acids that your body needs to maintain optimal health. They’re also rich in vitamins and minerals.
Mix Green Boost® with water for a natural, nutritious, low-calorie daily supplement, or supercharge your favorite juice with a One Green Boost® shot for extra nutrition. You can even add a scoop to a One Whey® protein shake for an even healthier, more balanced post workout smoothie.
Yes, You Should Eat Algae: The Benefits of Chlorella and Spirulina
Two of the most exciting supergreens actually aren’t “plants” at all. Chlorella is a type of freshwater algae that’s been shown to lower harmful cholesterol, improve blood pressure, regulate blood sugar levels, prevent chronic inflammation, and even help remove toxins like heavy metals. It’s packed with nutrients and just plain good for you. But that’s nothing compared to spirulina.
Gram for gram, spirulina—another type of “blue-green” algae—might just be the most nutrient-rich supergreen on the planet. Just 2 g of spirulina contains significant amounts of protein, vitamin B and iron, and even healthy Omega-fatty acids. Oh, and it has less than 5 calories.
Spirulina can lower cholesterol levels and blood pressure, and reduce inflammation and oxidation in cells all over the body. This little blue-green wonder food might just be one of the best things you can eat.
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Try adding a Green Boost scoop to your juice for extra nutrition, or in your One Whey® protein shake for an even healthier protein smoothie. Just blend for your daily supplement of low calorie vitamins and minerals.
What’s So Great About Eating Greens?
If you’re not familiar with the concept, a “supergreen” is basically any nutrient-dense green plant or algae. Kale, Broccoli, spirulina, and chlorella are just a few supergreens. What makes these plants “super” is the relatively massive amounts of nutrients—in even small servings.
Even a small amount of supergreens can contain a significant portion of your daily recommended dose of iron, protein, fiber, calcium, vitamin C, magnesium, potassium, and even omega fatty acids, and amino acids. Supergreens can prevent chronic inflammation, aid detoxing, lower cholesterol, and enhance your immune system.
That’s why they’re called “supergreens.”
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Mix 1 serving (11 g) with 300 ml water daily. Store dry at room temperature.