Do you really need supergreens?

31 August 2017 by
First published: 8 September 2017
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BioCare Spirulina Capsules

It’s not common knowledge, but spirulina is one of the best plant sources of protein and it also contains vitamin B12 – a nutrient that’s notoriously difficult to find in veggie foods. If we’re totally honest, the blue-green algae isn’t the nicest tasting superfood, but that’s why these capsules offer a great alternative to single powder options. Amazing!

Nature’s Plus Ultra Juice Green Drink

With more antioxidant power than 18 servings of fruits and vegetables, this super powder will give you the boost you need to power through a tough day. Simply add water and you’ll get a green juice with over 20 green foods like kelp and chlorella.
£49.95, Amazon

[[SUBS – can’t find this on revital – writer to confirm price and details]]

Forza Greens With Benefits Brain Food

If you’re low in iron then spinach has got to be your go-to leafy green. The veg is high in this important mineral, which  helps to manufacture haemoglobin – the protein in red blood cells that transports oxygen around your body. Without sufficient iron (women need 14.8mg per day), you’ll feel lethargic with low concentration levels so it’s important you get adequate levels. Other star ingredients include broccoli sprout and blueberry which together help to improve cognitive performance.

Golden Greens Organic Green Passion

Designed to alkalise your blood for optimum health, this mix of super greens includes chlorella, alfalfa, barley grass and wheatgrass. It’s also certified organic, lactose free and gluten free.

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Do you really need supergreens?
Do you really need supergreens? We say, yes