Suggested Use: Suggested Use; Mix one level scoop (provided in the container), with 6-8 ounces of water. Enjoy one or more times a day.
Greens First® -
GREENS FIRST is fortified with OxiSure™ Blend so each serving has the proven phytonutrient and antioxidant power of over 15 servings of fruits and vegetables. GREENS FIRST contains 49 different super foods, extracts and concentrates, including super greens, vegetables, fruits, probiotics, soluble fiber, insoluble fiber, herbs, spices, natural flavonoids, enzymes and lecithin.
GREENS FIRST is fortified with OxiSure™ Blend so each serving has the proven phytonutrient and antioxidant power of over 15 servings of fruits and vegetables.
GREENS FIRST is fortified with Beta-Glucan, a USDA patented oat fiber that lowers cholesterol.
GREENS FIRST contains 49 different super foods, extracts and concentrates, including super greens, vegetables, fruits, probiotics, soluble fiber, insoluble fiber, herbs, spices, natural flavonoids, enzymes and lecithin.
GREENS FIRST contains Certified Organic fruits, vegetables and barley grass which are first juiced and then spray dried at low temperature, leaving all the important nutrients and live enzymes intact.
GREENS FIRST is GMO free and contains NO yeast, sugar, corn, wheat, soy protein, dairy, egg, MSG, preservatives, or artificial color.
What The Experts Say!
Eating fruits and vegetables, particularly dark green leafy vegetables, appears to have a protective effect against coronary heart disease. Annals of Internal Medicine, June, 2001.
“… the current evidence collectively demonstrates that fruit and vegetable intake is associated with improved health, reduced risk of major diseases, and possibly delayed onset of age related indicators. ” Diane Hyson, Ph.D., M.S., R.D.,The Health Benefits of Fruits and Vegetables: A Scientific Overview for Health Professionals, p.3.
Men and women whose diets were high in fruits and vegetables were shown to have lower rates of angina, arthritis, asthma, bronchitis, cirrhosis, gallstones, heart attack, kidney stones, and peptic ulcers.” Epidemiology, March 1998 ,Vol. 9, No 2, p 208.
"... a starting point… is the regular consumption of foods that are naturally high in antioxidants and other phytochemicals (fruits, vegetables…). These foods contain hundreds of biologically active constituents not present in dietary supplements…”, Michael Liebman, Ph. D., “Nutritional Tactics Against Cardiovascular Disease”, Natural Pharmacy, Vol. 5, No. 7, July August 2001, p 30
“ Understanding the intricate world of phytochemicals opens opportunities to use these botanicals for their inherently powerful dietary and medicinal value. Studies lend credence to their numerous disease-prevention properties.- cholesterol-lowering phytosterols, saponins, and phenolics; hormone mimicking sapogenins; blood thinning proanthrocyanidins; and eye-sight enhancing anthocyanins.” - C. Leigh Broadhurst, Ph. D., “Phytochemicals: The Ties That Bind”, Nutrition Science News, Vol. 6, No. 7, July 2001 P 262