Easy Greens

Making your life healthier AND easier

Tired of messing with greens powders?
Try EASY GREENS: the first ready-to-eat greens powder, blended to deliciousness!

  • Ready-to-Eat: comes blended to deliciousness like your favorite smoothie. No mixing powders, no cleaning dishes; no muss, no fuss!
  • 23 Superfoods: a careful selection of the best superfoods on the planet.  Scroll down to read more about each one.
  • NO Sugar Added: fruit is nature's way to bring a little sweetness to life, so it's good enough for us. 
  • All Natural: free of preservatives and artificial sweeteners
  • Lab-Certified Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, and Dairy-Free: we have the tests to prove it. 
  • Tastes Great: two delicious flavors to choose from
  • Full Serving of Fruits and Veggies: 1 packet = 1 full serving of fruit and veggies. 
  • Made in the USA

Our Ingredients

We carefully selected 23 yummy components of Easy Greens for the myriad benefits to your health. Read on to see how each ingredient makes your life better:

Wheatgrass

Don't let irritable bowel symptoms ruin your day! Wheatgrass eases bowel problems, reduces nausea, detoxifies your body, and combats the aging effects of carcinogens. Ahh, sweet relief.

Goji Berry

Goji berries, also called wolfberries, have long been used in traditional Chinese medicine. The antioxidants in goji berries protect your liver, brain, heart, and even improve sleep quality. That's something worth howling about!

Alfalfa

Dietary fiber acts like a bouncer to your cardiovascular club: it attaches to cholesterol and prevents it from locking onto arterial walls. We don't want cholesterol on the A-list of this club, thankyouverymuch.

Carrot

Wish you had superhero-level eyesight?  Beta-carotene and vitamin A in carrots serve as an all-around vision booster and prevent macular degeneration.  However, we can't promise you'll develop x-ray vision.

Kale

We know kale doesn't taste great by itself, but it's such a nutritional giant that we snuck it into Easy Greens.  Kale helps strengthen your hair, regulate your body's inflammatory response, and boost bone mineral density.

Tomato

To-may-to or to-mah-to? Fruit or vegetable? Tomatoes are cause for some debate, but there's no doubt that they contain a ton of lycopene, an antioxidant that is highly effective in scavenging cancer-causing free radicals.

Spirulina

You know where carrots come from, but what about spirulina? This hardy algae is found in lakes in Mexico and Africa. Once harvested and dried, it delivers huge levels of protein, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals that benefit every bodily system.

Chia Seeds

The word "chia" meant "strength" in the ancient Mayan language. These "superseeds" are the richest source of omega-3 fatty acids in the vegetarian world, so they protect your heart and prevent disease. They also provide a natural energy boost during exercise.

Apple Juice

Seasonal allergies are beastly. Anti-inflammatory and anti-allergenic substances found in apple juice soothe the respiratory system and decrease irritation in the throat and lungs, helping to relieve asthma attacks and prevent respiratory infections.

Acerola Cherry

Don't want to bounce off the walls or crash super hard? The antioxidants found in acerola cherries slow the release of sugar into the bloodstream and keep you balanced.

Broccoli

Make those pearly whites strong! Broccoli beefs up your bones and teeth with rich levels of vitamin K, calcium, magnesium, zinc, and phosphorus.

Maca

Don't be put off by this humble-looking root veggie. Maca improves energy and endurance during any task, but it's best known for improving sexual libido. (Wink, wink.)

Chlorella

Another algae, chlorella has the highest level of chlorophyll of any known plant. This green pigment works to restore blood cells, prevent cancer, and even combats bad breath!

Turmeric

The curcumin in turmeric is responsible for that bright yellow color you see in Indian food. It also makes your insides happy due to its potent anti-inflammatory properties.

Parsley

Don't take your plumbing for granted. Parsley helps cleanse the kidneys and prevents infections, kidney stones, gallbladder stones, and water retention. Bye, bye, bloating!

Spinach

That old Popeye cartoon was right: factor C0-Q10, an antioxidant present in spinach, plays a role in strengthening muscles, especially in the heart. Protein in spinach also boosts your metabolism and aids in muscle growth.

Acai

These intensely healthy little berries come from the acai palm of the Amazon basin. Acai berries have plenty of plant sterols, which reduce blood pressure, prevent blood clots and generally improve circulation.

Blueberry

This unassuming fruit packs a punch: antioxidants and phytonutrients help strengthen your bones, prevent skin damage, dissolve bad cholesterol, and can even heal damaged brain cells. Superberries!

Cranberry

If you only eat cranberries on Thanksgiving, you're missing out! These guys are best known for preventing urinary tract infections, but they also fight tumors and tooth decay.

Gluten-Free Barley Grass

Lab-certified Gluten Free! Barley grass can support your skin care routine. Selenium preserves your skin's elasticity and fights the effects of aging. Take that, gravity!

Raspberry

These mouthwatering berries boast of ellagic acid that prevents cancer, manganese to help with weight loss, and Vitamin C to boost your immune system. All-around win!

Source: https://www.organicfacts.net