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Greens can support healthy organ function, immunity, and detoxification. While they contain antioxidants and enzymes, it is their abundance of chlorophyll, vitamins, minerals, protein, and carotenoids that they are prized for. Digestion, stress, exercise, processed foods, coffee, and alcohol form acid. “When your body’s pH is in the acidic range, it retains water to dilute the acidity and stores fat to protect the body’s organs from the acidity.” Greens can alkalize and balance the body’s pH level. Not all vegetables are equal in nutrition. A serving of iceberg lettuce compared to a scoop of Amazing Grass greens is astounding when you look at the nutritional difference. A scoop of wheat grass powder equals to about 3-4 servings, while the ORAC variety can be considered 7-8 servings (based on ORAC level).

This company started in the early 2000’s out in Kansas. The owners grew up on a farm where fresh grasses were readily available, including wheat grass, barley grass, and alfalfa. One of the owners had greens every morning, while the other had coffee. When he switched, he noticed his energy levels and digestion improved. Amazing Grass has steadily grown across the country with the help of small farmers who are committed to growing organic and sustainable food.

After the winter, the greens are carefully cut and then dehydrated at a low temperature, making it a raw product. This ensures that the nutrients are kept intact. To preserve the greens, they are stored in pharmaceutical grade “super sacks” that contain nitrogen to remove any oxygen. The grasses are frozen until demand requires it to be packaged. Each batch is third party tested. When you purchase an Amazing Grass product, you know it is fresh and nutritionally packed.

Not sure how to enjoy greens every day? Check out their Recipes

Every time you purchase an Amazing Grass product, you are supporting the efforts of the Whole Planet Foundation. “The nonprofit’s mission is to empower the world’s poorest people with microcredit and the chance to create or expand a home-based business and lift themselves and their families out of poverty.”