Which superfoods actually work?

Which superfoods actually work?


We often hear the term ‘superfood’ used in nutrition discussions – but what does it actually mean?

The website Medical News Today defines it as ‘foods that offer maximum nutritional benefits for minimal calories. They are packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, noting that most superfoods are plant-based’ 

Using these criteria, a number of varied foods can be considered ‘superfoods’, including berries, soya, beetroot, leafy green vegetables such as spinach, kale and broccoli and of course, wheatgrass.

All of these foodstuffs are proven to be good for us in a variety of different ways, so to feel the maximum health benefits, they should be consumed as part of a balanced diet. Eating the occasional handful of berries will not undo the harmful effects caused by a diet that is mostly based on junk food!

Wheatgrass juice has many proven benefits.

  • It supports a healthy immune system
  • Supports healthy skin
  • Is an excellent anti-oxidant
  • Supports a healthy digestive system
  • Increases vitality and provides a tangible energy boost

Making our raw wheatgrass juice part of your daily routine is a great way to boost your health.

It contains high levels of B12 and chlorophyll, and just one sachet of our raw wheatgrass juice has the nutritional value of 1.5lbs of broccoli, in a convenient, easy-to-use form!

Rich in nutrients and packed with vitamins, minerals and enzymes, we are so confident that you will notice the difference, we even offer a 110% money-back guarantee.

To order yours, simply visit our shop here today.

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