So why do I recommend them? A couple reasons:
| ||1. You Don't Have Great Blender Technology |
Most blenders can't chew up whole fruits and vegetables into a smooth concoction. This leaves your shakes chunky with parts of leaves floating around and pieces of whole fruit resting on the bottom.
Not pleasant going down and NOT ideal for maximum nutrient bioavailability (that means body absorption).
| ||2. You're Making Shakes For Lots Of People |
If you are making shakes for your whole family, buying enough kale, spinach, collards, and other greens can get expensive. Fruits too... even the high quality frozen fruit can get pricey when you're buying a lot of it.
Most people don't want to add a close to $100 extra dollars to their grocery bill just buying tons of veggies if you don't have to.
Both Of These Reasons Is When I Recommend Ormus SuperGreens
This is a perfect compromise for getting the power of greens into your shakes any blender can handle. Plus it's a lot more affordable overall.
SunWarrior did a great job using mint leaves (nutritious in themselves) to mask the typical bitter flavor of green mixes. That helps your shakes taste even better.
So if you need a good greens mix to add to your shake then go for this.
Make sure you learn about Juice Plus though. It's a complete vegetable and fruit whole food that provides the widest range of photochemicals and nutrients you need for your body.
I do prefer that over Ormus SuperGreens.