- Helps maintain a healthy digestive tract
- Helps individuals receive well-rounded nutrition
- Aids in providing the body with enzymes, nutrients, probiotics and phytonutrients that vegetables offer
- Helps provide beneficial probiotic activity and natural enzymes
- Helps benefit the body’s organs with nutrients
We all know how important it is for our health to consume the proper amount of fruits and vegetables each day, yet a world full of fast food and processed meals have led people to choose less healthy alternatives. This leads to deficiencies of the nutrients that are needed to lead a healthy lifestyle. Poor diets of unhealthy, processed foods, sweets and fats help set the stage for unhealthly living.
A vegetable-rich diet is a smart way to start looking, feeling and living better. If you can’t seem to accomplish that goal, Complete Greens offers green vegetable powders and natural grass fibers that are low in sodium, fat and calories and contain no cholesterol. Complete Greens helps to maintain a healthy digestive tract, with natural enzymes and provides nutrients to the body’s organs. Naturally-produced grasses can enhance diets which may lack the correct amount of fruits and vegetables needed as a part of a daily regimen.
Market America has made obtaining a healthier diet easier through the use of Complete Greens, which is a unique blend of over 50 natural ingredients that help you ingest nutrients that will help you live your demanding lifestyle. The ingredients in Complete Greens have been carefully selected for their efficiency and refined for optimal results. Complete Greens makes it possible for everyone to get the advantage of vegetables in their diets in a convenient manner.
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A vegetable-rich diet is a great way to start looking, feeling and living better. But getting all the recommended is easier said than done. That's where Complete Greens can help. Offering more than 50 natural ingredients including green vegetable powders and natural grass fibers that are low in sodium, fat and calories, Complete Greens helps to maintain a healthy digestive tract, providing beneficial probiotics, nutrients and natural enzymes to the body's organs.
I would buy this product for me and dog.
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I added 1/2 scoop (provided in bottle) of complete green powder to the dog food. I can tell the differences of my dog's energy level.
Best deal in Juicing world that I see
After I use this I start to feel better. This product ensures that you receive your daily nutritional requirements--without dealing with the extra sugar. Also--Sometimes @ juice stands vegetables are not washed or they have been sitting out all day with someone elses hands touching it :(
Great Greens the easy way
I like having a choice of tablets or powder. For my lifestyle, I'm willing to pay more for the convenience of tablets as I know that way I'll take them every day. I love being able to ensure I'm getting my veggies since I don't always eat enough greens. Love the fresh fragrance; easy to take tablets.
Love Complete Greens Powder
I take it every morning with my Isotonix It tastes good and I feel better with more greens in my system. If I am feeling like it I will take a booster in the afternoon Better than wheatgrass!
Green is the new black
This product is great! Everyone wears black because it gives the illusion that it makes them feel and look better. Well Complete Greens is the new black. It helps you feel and look better. On average, we should consume 8-10 servings of vegatables a day. However, most of us do not and that negatively impacts our health. I can honestly say that taking Complete Greens helps me get the needed nutrient
Apple Fiber 353 mg
Apple fiber contributes to a wide array of functions. Apples are known as nutritious fruits and many of those benefits contribute to a wide array of functions in the body.
Soy Lecithin 549 mg
Soy lecithin, or phosphatidylcholine, is a phospholipid that supplies an exceptional source of choline that is a major component of cell membranes. It is important because it supports essential nutrients in entering and leaving cells. It is a mixture of neutral and polar lipids that are mainly produced from vegetable sources. Soybean, sunflower and rapeseed are the major plant sources, with soybean being the most common source. Soy lecithin is absorbed into the mucosal cells of the small intestine following the digestion by the pancreatic enzyme phospholipase.
Barley Grass 98 mg
Barley grass contains many nutrients that the body needs to stay healthy. It is a rich source of chlorophyll, which is believed to have some health-promoting functions. A common use of barley grass is supporting digestive health.
Barley also contains a glucan and the alkaloid hordenine. When digested, the proteins, lipids and carbohydrates in the barley grass are absorbed and metabolized by normal physiological processes.
Barley Malt 78 mg
Barley malt is made from sprouted barley and is a thick, dark, slow-digesting sweetener. Malting is a process that is applied to barley, as well as other cereal grains, where the grains are made to germinate and then are quickly dried before the plant develops. Barley is the most common malt because of its high enzymes, which convert its starch supply into simple sugars. Barley malt promotes normal proper bacterial colonization of the colon and supports normal digestion. It also promotes a soothing effect on the digestive tract.
Hawaiian Spirulina Pacifica (HSP) 314 mg
Spirulina is a genus of the phylum Cyanobacteria. It is classified as a blue-green algae or blue-green bacteria. Spirulina also contains chlorophyll, carotenoids and gamma-linolenic acid (GLA). The spirulina plants are aquatic and grow naturally in lakes that contain salt, mainly in Central and South America and in Africa. Those used in supplements are typically grown and harvested in outdoor tanks in California, Hawaii and Asia.
HSP naturally contains fatty acids. Spirulina contains low levels of fat, therefore the powder made from this alga is often mixed with juice as a supplement to low-calorie diets.
Wheat Grass 110 mg
Wheat grass is the young grass of the wheat species. It is a rich source of chlorophyll, which is believed to have health-promoting activities. Wheat grass contains vitamins, minerals and amino acids that are essential for health. It can also support digestion.
Alfalfa Grass 78 mg
Alfalfa is a perennial herb that grows throughout the world. The leaves of the plant are rich in nutrients and contribute to overall health.
Brown Rice Bran 78 mg
Bran is the hard outer layer of cereal grains that consists of combined aleurone and pericarp. Bran is an essential part of whole grains and is usually produced as a by-product during the milling process in the production of refined grains. Bran is milled from rice and all cereal grains, including maize, oats, millet and wheat.
Rice bran passes on valuable effects to human health. The majority of rice bran contains 12-13 percent oil and highly unsaponifiable components. It also contains tocotrienol, gamma-oryzanol and beta-sitosterol.
Bee Pollen 39 mg
Bee pollen consists of plant pollens gathered by worker bees combined with plant nectar and bee saliva. Pollen includes the male germ seeds of plants, flowers or blossoms on trees. Bee pollen is made up of about 25-30 percent proteins, 30-55 percent carbohydrates, one to 20 percent lipids, enzymes and trace amounts of other organic substances.
Acerola Berry Juice 24 mg
The acerola berry is the fruit of the small tree or bush known as Malphighia glabra. It is native to the Antilles and northern South America. The acerola berry is also known as the Barbados cherry, Antilles cherry, West Indies cherry or the Puerto Rican cherry. It was first analyzed by researchers in 1945 at the University of Puerto Rico’s School of Medicine.
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What are phytonutrients and where are they found?
The term phyto originated from a Greek word meaning plant. Phytonutrients are certain organic components of plants that are thought to promote human health. Fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes, nuts and teas are rich sources of phytonutrients.
What are the recommended daily amounts of fruits and vegetables?
It is recommended that an individual consuming 2,000 calories per day include 1 cup (or two pieces) of fruit and 1½ cups of vegetables. A diet should include a variety of fruit and vegetables. For example, choose different vegetables several times a week from the vegetable subgroups, which include dark green, orange, legumes and starchy vegetables.
What are enzymes needed for?
Our bodies use enzymes for processes such as digestion. Enzymes are the catalysts for all metabolic activities in the body, and without them, life would not be possible. Our bodies contain thousands of different types of enzymes, but most foods we eat are processed and cooked, which causes them to lose enzymes. We can obtain natural enzymes from fresh, raw foods like fruits and vegetables or from supplements like those included in Complete Greens.
What exactly are probiotics?
Probiotics are a type of bacteria.They should not be confused, however, with the unhealthy bacteria that can build up in our colons due to an unhealthy diet or taking antibiotics. Probiotics, like the ones found in Complete Greens, actually offset the actions of surplus harmful bacteria thus promoting optimal overall health. The use of probiotics has been found to be helpful for the immune system and maintaining an optimally functioning digestive system. For centuries, cultures all over the world (Georgia, Azerbaijan, Ecuador, Himalayas) have used a variety of healthy microflora (probiotics) to sustain a healthy body. Probiotics need to be given in high amounts with over one billion per serving to be effective. They should also be consumed regularly.
How many people do not get the suggested daily amount of fruits and vegetables?
Only one in 10 individuals get the suggested servings of fruits and vegetables each day. This means that about 90 percent of us are not meeting the established vegetable and fruit dietary standards that are suggested for optimal health.