It’s a trio of pure cereal grasses, each with its own nutritional talents. All three are organically grown in rich volcanic soil – and because they’re farm-grown, not tray-grown, they can lay down deep roots and absorb more nutrients. Alfalfa grass in particular. It lays down the deepest roots of any plant or vegetable. And deeper roots mean even more nutrients.
Wheat, barley and alfalfa grasses provide a multinutritional boost. And they're more than qualified.
Sea vegetables provide 10 to 20 times more vitamins and minerals than land vegetables. That's good news. Particularly when it comes to iodine, a vital mineral for the healthy functioning of glands like the pituitary, adrenals and thyroid.
Chlorella helps clear out bad stuff. It’s already considered a heavy hitter. Plus it's an antioxidant-rich algae.
Uncover the health benefits in pure cereal grasses, sea veg and the antioxidant chlorophyll.
FACT: US dietary guidelines say the average adult should be eating 200 to 300% more dark green vegetables. Where are you going to get yours?
MORE RIGHT STUFF: The Real Thing Wheat and Barley Grass are 33 times more concentrated than the plants themselves