We all know there are outstanding benefits to eating more green vegetables and green nutrition. Spinach, kale, broccoli, asparagus, spirulina. They are part of the group known as super greens and they’re amazing. The question for you, as it is for many people, can be about how to add super greens to your diet. Some people become discouraged, thinking these wonder greens are difficult to obtain, or are expensive, or require time and effort to prepare.
The good news is you can get all the super green nutrients, phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, antioxidants and fiber you need every day by using a powder supplement that is pure, has organic ingredients, is free of artificial colors and favor additives, and is loaded with deliciousness.
We’ll show you how easy it can be to add some super green foods to your diet.
If you’re an avid juicer, you’re in luck. Adding super greens is really simple. In your favorite juice routines and concoctions, add some spinach, kale, wheat grass, chard, even bok choy.
If juicing isn’t your thing, simply add a scoop of a high quality super green foods supplement powder to 6oz of water or almond milk. It’s delicious, so avoiding green vegetables because you don’t like the taste is no longer an excuse!
When choosing a green food supplement powder, be sure to look at the sugar content and avoid high amounts. It’s best if your supplement powder is sugar free and sweetened with stevia instead of anything artificial.
With a smoothie, you can blend together so many awesome ingredients. Adding a super green food powder couldn’t be easier. Again, keep added sugar out of it.
Who knew that eating greens could be so easy and tasty?
Today’s protein powders taste pretty good, although it’s important to read their ingredients because some of them include sugar and artificial sweeteners. But protein drinks often lack much-needed plant-based nutrients, like you find in super green vegetables. Adding a single serve of greens powder can really power up your protein drink. For those looking to avoid grains (wheat, rice, corn, etc) and dairy products (whey protein), look for a plant-based protein powder that’s non-GMO and doesn’t contain soy.
The snack of Greek gods, hummus is high in essential nutrients and good fat. Adding some super green food powder to your hummus will add a pile of nutrients along with some fantastic flavor. The taste of tahini and chickpeas should play well with the green powder.
You can even get your greens in your baked goods. Try adding some to your favorite batters, muffins, cookies, pancakes, waffles, even cakes. Experiment and find what works for you. It’s definitely best to make your baked goods from scratch so you can use whole food ingredients. While you’re at it, substitute gluten ingredients for gluten-free alternatives (millet flour or arrowroot, for example) and cut back/out the sugar where you can. Many recipes call for way too much sugar. If you need to include some, you can always justify it by the fact that you got some veggies as well!
Yes, that’s deliberate spelling. Add some greens powder to your soup. That goes double when you have a cold or the ‘flu. Dose up the super greens in your chicken soup.
Enjoy making hamburgers or sausage? Maybe Meatloaf Monday is on your agenda? Add a scoop or two to your ground meats for a flavorful and healthier alternative.
Adding more super greens to your diet will almost certainly improve your health. The Super Green Foods powder supplement by DvRyl International contains some of the most powerful green superfoods available on earth. Try some now and raise a veggie drink to your good health!
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