Greens + Information

Greens + wild berry formula can be taken one to two times a day. It can be mixed with water, juice, or put in a smoothie. This wonderful anti-oxidant formula provides more nutrients than five full fruit and vegetable servings. Two things I love about Greens + is that it gives you energy, which helps you feel good as well as helping you reach your daily fruit and vegetable requirements. Greens+ even delivers more anti=oxidants than 100g of blackberries!

GREENS+® Wild Berry Burst Nutritional Facts

Your browser may not support display of this image. One daily serving of GREENS Plus® Wild Berry Burst delivers the nutritional equivalent of more than five full servings of fresh fruit and vegetables and an ORAC value of 24,700 per 100g.*

GREENS Plus® Wild Berry Burst has recently been tested for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) by Brunswick Labs of Wareham, MA. Total ORAC provides a measure of both the water and fat-soluble scavenging capacity of antioxidants against the peroxyl radical, the most common species found in the body. The results are as follows:

Total ORAC = 247/g
Per 100g = 24,700 (!)
Per 8.9g serving = 2198

According to the USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging, Tufts University, the Top Antioxidant Foods are: (in ORAC units per 100 grams or 3.5oz)

Fruits
Prunes = 5770
Raisins = 2830
Blueberries = 2400
Blackberries = 2036
Strawberries = 1540
Raspberries = 1220
Plums = 949
Oranges = 750
Red Grapes = 739
Cherries = 670

Vegetables
Kale = 1770
Spinach = 1260
Brussels Sprouts = 980
Alfalfa Sprouts = 930
Broccoli Florets = 890
Beets = 840
Red Bell Peppers = 710
Onions = 450
Corn = 400
Eggplant = 390

One 8.9g serving of GREENS Plus® Wild Berry Burst delivers more antioxidants than 100 grams of blackberries and is easily the highest rated product on the market. Copies of the certificate are available upon request.

*ORAC test of GREENS Plus® Wild Berry Burst performed by Brunswick Labs compared to the top rated antioxidant foods according to the USDA Human Nutritional Research Center on Aging, Tufts University, Boston.