Vegetable Greens Review

by Ultimate Nutrition
Vegetable Greens
5.14 out of 10 based on 0 user ratings
Vegetable Greens
Vegetable Greens
Written by: Brain Research Supplements
Date Published: 2013-05-14
5.14 / 10 stars
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Is Vegetable Greens Right For You?

Vegetable Greens is promoted as a dietary supplement which has been specifically created to fulfill the daily needs of individuals who are going through periods of intense workout or physical activity. It is a product of Ultimate Nutrition a nutritional company established in 1979 by Victor H. Rubino.

Its founder is known for having been one of the best power lifters from the amateur section of the United States. In fact, his business was among the first to deliver protein powders, amino acid tablets, some types of fat burners, and carbohydrate powders. The company is known for some products like Sports Energizer, which is a beverage that comes in a glass bottle and is destined to boost the immune system while also providing energy to the entire organism in order for it to be more resistant to physical effort.

This specific remedy is claimed to feature essential vitamins, minerals as well as fatty acids and its core advertised roles are that of improving energy production, enhancing the cardiovascular system and boosting immunity. It contains more than sixty-two phytonutrients, thus it represents an “all-but-the-kitchen-sink” approach of which people should be careful while taking. So far, none of the manufacturer claims have been FDA tested and Vegetable Greens is not intended for curing, treating or preventing any type of disease.

$54.95

Ingredients of Vegetable Greens

Vegetable Greens includes the following ingredients: Organic Non-GMO Lecithin, Phosphatidylcholine, Phosphatidylinositol, Phosphatidylserine, Flax Seed, Borange, Pumpkin Seed, Sunflower, Barley Greens, Alfalfa, Wheat Grass, Buckwheat, Spinach, Aloe Vera, Parsley, Spirulina, Chlorella, Dulse Seaweed, Kelp, Green Algae, Brown Rice, Beet Root, Carrot, Organic Fermented Soy, Celery, Olive Leaf Extract, Acerola Berries, Blueberry fruit, Quercetine, Green tea extract, Grape seed extract, Bilberry extract, Lycopene, Resveratrol, Lutein, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts, Kale, Watercress, Cranberry, Astragalus, Milk Thistle, Siberian Ginseng, Ginkgo Biloba, Hawthorn Berry, Dandelion, Nettle, Apple Pectic, Oat Bran, Inulin, Fructoligosaccharides, Probiotic Blend, Protease, Amylase, Lipase, Cellulase, and Black Pepper Extract.

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