Vita-Green Phytonutrients with Probiotics.
This functional food features the energy-building power of pre-digested super-greens like spirulina and cereal grasses combined with the exciting phytonutrients derived from pre-digested vegetables including broccoli, carrots, cabbage, corn, beets and ginger. The multicoloured pigments from these vegetables have been shown to deliver nutritional benefits.
Protective pigments like lutein, lycopene, beta-carotene and anthocyanin have become catchwords for phytonutrient research in nutritional science. The growing understanding of these 'defence foods' heralds the dawn of a new era of science-based, proactive wellness.
The microbe-nurturing, ‘slow-dry’ technology involved in the production of this powdered concentrate delivers an energy-packed ‘defence food’. Colour is the new catchword in proactive health management and many of the most sought-after pigments are present in this product.
Antibiotics, food stabilisers, cola, stress, drugs, heavy metals and other toxins have decimated our digestive biology. Vita-Green range offers a proactive solution.
- Sulforaphane- a powerful phytonutrient naturally present in brassicas.
- Concentrated carotenes derived from spirulina and carrots.
- A unique plant-based source of Vitamin B12 and GLA.
- Clinical studies have shown that ginger is a natural anti-inflammatory.
- Carotenoids may be beneficial in supporting healthy eye function.
- Pre-digested beetroot is a rich source of anthocyanins.
- Spirulina is the ultimate functional food.
- Contains billions of beneficial gut organisms.
- No artificial colouring, flavouring or preservatives.
A rainbow of potent pigment colours derived from organic cereal grasses, spirulina, Duniella salina and recently recognised ‘defence foods’ like broccoli, beetroot, yam, carrot, cabbage, silverbeet and ginger.
Featuring the probiotic support of Lactobacillus acidophilus, delbreukii, caseii, bulgaricus, caucasicus, fermenti, plantarum, brevis, helveticus, leichmannii, lactis, bifidus (Bifidobacterium bifidum), Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Saccharomyces boulardii.
Add 3-5 g (one half to one tsp) into fruit juice or smoothies or sprinkle onto salads.
This powdered concentrate is typically consumed at a rate of one-half to one teaspoon per serving, providing over one month’s supply in a single container.