- Offers a convenient way to supplement your nutrition intake
- Adds to a well-rounded diet
- Aids in supplementing the body with nutrients and phytonutrients
- Helps benefit the body's organs with nutrients
- Contains ingredients that have been studied for their potential benefits in relation to the following:
- Helping maintain a healthy digestive tract
- Maintaining a healthy balance of beneficial gut bacteria
- Supporting gut health
- Supporting a healthy immune system
Gluten-Free – The finished product contains no detective gluten (<10ppm gluten)
No Detectable GMOs – The finished product contains no detectable genetically-modified organisms
Vegan – The product is made without any ingredients produced by or derived from animals
Quality Standards - GMP Operations and Standardised Ingredients
Checked For: Heavy Metals, Microbiological Contaminants, Allergens, Residual Solvents, Purity and Identity
What Makes This Product Unique?
Most people know the benefits of a well-rounded diet, and just as many recognise they could benefit from supplementing their intake of nutrients due to poor dietary choices. Diets consisting of processed foods, sweets and unhealthy fats help set the stage for health concerns in the future as they lack necessary building blocks needed to support wellbeing. Greens tablets aid in providing nutrients to the body and contain plant-derived nutrients that have antioxidant-supporting ingredients and alkalinising properties. Daily Greens contains natural grass fibres, plant-sourced nutrients, ginger, beetroot and Bacillus coagulans. Daily Greens can be used to supplement diets that may be lacking in certain nutrients. Taking a greens supplement daily may help support your overall health and help maintain a healthy balance of beneficial gut bacteria.
Foods that are nutrient-rich and beneficial to health are called superfoods. Quality greens supplements contain many beneficial ingredients considered superfoods, including functional ingredients like kale powder, spinach powder and broccoli powder; ancient grains like amaranth; or highly beneficial ingredients like beetroot powder and ginger root powder. Ginger is in the same family as turmeric and is considered beneficial because of its antioxidant properties and to pair with carrot root and other colorful foods. Greens supplements are a helpful way to aid in supplementing the body with certain nutrients.
Spirulina, or Tecuitatl (literally, “the stone’s excrement”), is a blue-green alga that is classified as a cyanobacterium and can photosynthesise independently. (5) The popularity of spirulina took off after NASA astronauts used spirulina supplements in the 1970s while in space. When consumed in adequate amounts and consistently, spirulina may contribute to the body’s total intake of nutrients. Research suggests that supplementation in combination with a healthy diet may support healthy energy levels and immune health, as well as healthy lactobacillus in the intestine and may support gut health.
Amaranth seeds may be relatively new to most people, but they have been used for centuries by the Aztecs and Inca. Amaranth seeds, often considered a superfood and referred to as an ancient grain, contain antioxidants. Both dietary and supplemental amaranth work together to help benefit the body's organs with nutrients. Today, amaranth and spirulina are a crucial part of quality greens powders and tablet formulations.
Kale is considered one of the most nutrient-dense greens as a part of a healthy diet. This vegetable is celebrated with its own day, National Kale Day, on the first Wednesday in October. It is also part of the same family as broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower and bok choy, which are known for numerous health benefits.
Daily Greens makes it easier than ever to supplement your diet even in today’s hectic modern world. When you take Daily Greens tablets, you are making a good choice. Our gluten-free, vegan formula contributes to a healthy lifestyle to support a healthy body daily. Don’t shy away from healthy living. Embrace your greens daily!
*This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Spirulina Powder: 300 mg
The cyanobacteria phylum includes many bacterial "blue-green algae" species, the most common of which is spirulina. Spirulina is believed to be one of the oldest life forms on Earth, and its use dates to Aztec civilisation. Under the microscope, spirulina appears as blue-green filaments due to the presence of both chlorophyll (green) and phycocyanin (blue) pigments in the cells. Due to its impressive nutrient density, spirulina is now considered a superfood.
Kale Leaf Powder: 300 mg
Being nutrient dense and having very few calories, kale is also considered a superfood. Along with broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, collards and others, kale is a cruciferous vegetable. Kale leaf powder contains a type of sugar called sulfoquinovose, which feeds the good bacteria living in your gut. These good bacteria are important for your digestion and may help support a healthy balance of good gut bacteria.
Alfalfa Leaf Powder: 300 mg
Alfalfa has long been commonly grown and used as livestock feed for its nutrients Additionally, alfalfa leaf powder contains flavonoids and isoflavonoid compounds including but not limited to gallic acid, salicylic acid, caffeic acid and phenolics, which may support antioxidant activity.
Wheat Grass Powder: 300 mg
Considered native to southwest Asia and Mediterranean regions, wheatgrass is the freshly sprouted shoot of the common wheat plant and is now cultivated worldwide. Commonly consumed as a fresh juice, this superfood also comes in powder form. Wheatgrass powder contains various nutrients that research suggests may support a healthy immune system.* These nutrients include chlorophyll and flavonoids, which may have health-supporting properties. Additionally, wheatgrass may support alkalinity in the body, helping to supporting digestion. Wheatgrass powder has been shown to support a healthy pH balance in the body, which may be especially helpful for people who consume many processed foods.*
Barley Grass Powder: 300 mg
Barley grass powder contains nutrients that support optimal health. It is a source of chlorophyll, which has been shown to have some health-supporting functions. Common uses of barley grass powder include supporting digestive health. The leaves are able to absorb trace nutrients from the soil, which in turn may complement the human diet.
Spiny Amaranth: 300 mg
Amaranthus spinosus, commonly known as spiny amaranth, prickly amaranth, or spiny pigweed, is a summer annual plant that is native to the tropical Americas. Each leaf node along the stems has a pair of rigid, sharp spines, hence the name “spiny” amaranth. In foods, amaranth is used as a pseudo-cereal – a plant that is used as flour, such as buckwheat and quinoa – or as a green leafy vegetable.
Spinach Powder: 150 mg
Spinach powder helps contribute nutrients to the diet when paired with an adequate amount of whole plant foods. Spinach powder contributes to supporting optimal health and may serve as a beneficial addition to your daily diet.*
Broccoli Powder: 150 mg
Broccoli powder helps support the nutrient value of a diet with an adequate amount of whole plant foods. Broccoli powder contains glucosinolates – secondary metabolites found mainly in cruciferous plants – which are metabolised in the gut into indoles and isothiocyanates during digestion.
Beetroot Powder: 50 mg
Beets are root vegetables that have become increasingly popular for their nutritious properties in recent years. Thanks to their high content of nitrates, beetroot powder and beetroot juice have been associated with many health benefits. Research shows that diets rich in nitrates and nitrites – particularly from natural sources like vegetables rather than processed sources like meat – may support overall health. In the body, nitrate turns into nitric oxide, a molecule that is important to overall health. Beetroot powder may help maintain good bacteria in your gut.
Cherry Fruit Powder: 50 mg
Sweet cherries – not to be confused with sour or tart cherries – are typically the type you might pick up at the grocery store to snack on, while tart cherries are often used for cooking and baking. Both sweet and tart provide nutritious benefits. Cherries are packed with bioactive compounds known as phenols, which offer antioxidant properties.
Carrot Root Powder: 50 mg
Carrots contain fat-soluble antioxidants referred to as carotenoids. The carotenoid family consists of several types of antioxidant compounds; based on their configuration (or shape), carotenoids are capable of neutralising different types of free radicals. Carrots, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, kale, bell peppers and even fruit melons are carotenoid foods.
Ginger Root Powder: 10 mg
Ginger root powder is considered a warming and activating component in Chinese formulas and foods. Often studied for its potential to support digestive function, ginger root powder may support healthy detoxification and immune health. Ginger is native to Southeast Asia and widely used in foods and herbal supplements. It is among the healthiest spices providing various health benefits. Ginger root powder contains gingerols, a compound that may help support healthy digestion.
Bacillus coagulans (Lactospore®)†: 15 billion CFU/g
Previously known as Lactobacillus sporogenes, Bacillus coagulans is a lactic acid producing bacteria. Even though it produces lactic acid, it is not a lactic acid bacteria (i.e. lactobacillus). B. coagulans also produces reproductive spores, which sets it apart from many other probiotics. It has been shown to survive high levels of stomach acid, which means that it arrives to the small intestine as live bacteria so that it may provide health benefits. Research has shown B. coagulans to promote digestive and gastrointestinal health.
†Lactospore® is a registered trademark of the Sabinsa Corporation.
Will this replace my need to eat fruits and vegetables?
No, Daily Greens is not meant to replace a healthy diet, including fruits and vegetables. It is a dietary supplement created to support your health. Daily Greens is developed to be taken daily as a supplement to a healthy diet.
Is there anyone that should avoid using Greens tablets?
Do not use this product if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. As with any change in your health regimen, always consult your physician before making any changes.
What is the best time of day to take/use Daily Greens?
There is no time that is better for taking Daily Greens tablets. It is suggested to take them at the same time every day to make this part of your routine.
Who is this product for?
Daily Greens is for busy professionals, athletes, parents, executives and anyone over the age of 18 who is searching for healthy alternatives or ways to supplement their diet.
How is spirulina processed?
The process of harvesting and preparing spirulina is unique yet rewarding. Unlike other greens, spirulina is a microalga and diminutive in size, requiring a distinct harvesting and production technique. First, spirulina is gathered in large quantities, then formed into cakes and laid flat on sheets to dry. The dehydrated product can be eaten in chip form, crumbled on food or used in supplements.
What are the benefits of adding Daily Greens to my already healthy diet?
Daily Greens offers a convenient way to supplement your daily nutrient intake, adding to your well-rounded diet. Daily Greens aids in supplementing the body with nutrients and phytonutrients, which may help support one’s overall health and wellbeing.
Is this product recommended for children?
No, this product is recommended for men and women over 18 years old. The combination of greens in Daily Greens is based on the amount of vegetables recommended for adults.
What other supplements would pair well with this product?
Isotonix® Digestive Enzymes is a great complement to take with Daily Greens to support gut health.
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