Power Greens -Greens, Veggies, Fruit and Antioxidants
Causenta®’s Power Greens is formulated to provide a convenient source of indispensable phytonutrients, antioxidants, fiber, and digestive enzymes to complement a healthy diet and lifestyle. A colorful blend of organic health-promoting “superfoods” have been incorporated into this all-natural greens and reds drink for their phytonutrient content and support of antioxidant activity. Truebroc™ from broccoli seed extract is added for long-lasting antioxidant and detoxification support. Probiotics, fiber, and digestive enzymes augment gastrointestinal health, absorption, and utilization of nutrients in this comprehensive superfood blend. Organic flavoring and natural sweeteners (stevia and Luo Han Guo) make Power Greens not only healthful but great tasting, as well.
Organic Fiber Blend
Organic gum acacia, inulin, and flaxseeds provide a total of 3 g of dietary fiber per scoop of Power Greens to support gastrointestinal function and probiotic activity as well as to assure multiple health benefits from increased dietary fiber intake.
Organic Greens and Veggies Blend
Organic carrots, green cabbage, broccoli, beets, chlorella, and spinach provide concentrated sources of folate, chlorophyll, carotenoids, and a multitude of phytonutrients that promote health and fight disease. The greens in Power Greens are naturally alkalizing. An alkaline pH is needed for optimal metabolic, enzymatic, repair, and immune functions in the body.
Ascorbic acid, organic astragalus root, organic ginger root, and organic lycium berry extract provide an antioxidant rich foundation to protect tissues from free-radical damage and promote cellular health. OxyPhyte® Ultra Blend (white tea leaf extract, apple fruit extract, and rosemary leaf extract) provides antioxidant support. In fact, in a preclinical bioavailability trial, results suggested that this blend increased serum antioxidant levels in human subjects.
Organic Fruits and Berries Blend
Organic apple juice powder, strawberry juice powder, sea buckthorn juice powder, açai, acerola fruit extract, plum fruit extract, and blueberry concentrates provide additional antioxidant capacity and health-promoting phytonutrients.
truebroc™ Broccoli Seed Extract
truebroc provides a concentrated source of sulforaphane glucosinolate, also known as glucoraphanin. Glucoraphanin is a phytochemical precursor to sulforaphane, a naturally occurring isothiocyanate in broccoli that supports and promotes antioxidant and detoxification activity.Scientists at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine identified glucoraphanin (GR) and sulforaphane (SFN) as the “missing links” that correlate a diet rich in cruciferous vegetables with the maintenance of good health. Broccoli sprouts and seeds provide higher concentrations of GR than the mature vegetable. Glucoraphanin is converted to SFN via the action of myrosinase, an enzyme in broccoli that is released during chewing, cutting, or slicing. Microorganisms can also convert GR to SFN; the presence of probiotics and broccoli in Power Greens may enhance this conversion in the body. Research suggests that GR and SFN provide long-lasting antioxidant and detoxification support that may improve overall health and well-being.
Digestive Support Blend
Probiotic organisms L acidophilus, B longum, L casei, and L rhamnosus are present to maintain a healthy gastrointestinal microflora. A healthy microflora provides gastrointestinal and immune support and helps to moderate and eliminate pathogenic bacteria. Digestive enzymes (protease, amylase, bromelain, cellulase, lactase, papain, and lipase) in Power Greens assist in the breakdown of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and lactose to enhance nutrient digestion and availability. Power Greens can be consumed by itself or as an accompaniment to any smoothie or protein drink. The inclusion of phytonutrient-rich superfoods, OxyPhyte Ultra Blend, and truebroc creates an innovative and ideal formula for antioxidant support.
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