Wednesday, April 25, 2012


More often than not our daily life leaves us tired and unhealthy. Stress, food on the run, too much coffee, not enough sleep... Things may look hopeless if change of lifestyle is not an option. And yet, there are simple solutions that may help us reverse the cycle.

I believe that nothing can really replace nutritious, organic fruit and vegetable, but I also know that our modern lifestyles sometimes make it impossible for us to acquire healthy food on daily basis. Supplementation is almost inevitable, but if you decide to use nutritional supplements, choose the best.

One of the easiest way to deliver whole nutrition and energy to your system is to take supergreen supplements. They come as capsules, juices, and powders. The products you may find on the market include a single green superfood such as barley grass or spirulina or are synergistic combination of many powerful green foods. 

One of the best products that I know of is the Sunwarrior Ormus Supergreens powder that can be added to juices, smoothies, and shakes. 

Grown in a mineral-rich ancient volcanic sea bed, Ormus Supergreens is a 100% certified organic supplement. It is packed with live probiotics and phyto-nutrients. This product will not only deliver vital nutrients, but also help alkalize and detoxify your body.

If you are on a raw food diet or in a process of changing your lifestyle from cooked to raw, or if you are simply trying to improve your nutrition, you might want to try with this amazing product. Scoop by scoop you will experience higher energy levels, better digestion, and improved overall health.

Five Reasons to Give Ormus Supergreens a Try:
  • 100% organic, non GMO & gluten free!
  • Grown and produced in the USA
  • Cultured with live probiotics and enzymes
  • Produced using an eco-friendly process with a low carbon footprint
  • Tastes great as a refreshing drink or in a smoothie
Ormus Supergreens includes: alfalfa, barley, spinach, parsley, yucca, peppermint, stevia, wheatgrass, and oatgrass.


*Information in this article is for educational purposes only and is not an attempt to cure or diagnose a disease.