With family weekend just ending at Coastal Carolina University, I always seem to get questions from my kids friends "parents" regarding nutrition & keeping students healthy during those stressful and poor diet years of college.
My son Logan loves Spring-greens. He will not shop for organic vegetables regularly and he knows to stay away from the sprayed veggies and fruit on campus. So, I get around this struggle by supplying him with the following two products that I call a Salade-in-a-Pill. They are small, easy to swallow, packed with nutrition and he loves them! He knows he can take a full bottle in a day if he needs too for energy! Of course he doesn't do that but the point is NO TOXIC tag-a-longs or preservatives. Pure Green Nutrition his body loves and I know all the macro and micro nutrients his brain & body need are supplied daily.
Springreen has been produced since 1953, and is the original and pioneer of organic cereal grass products. It is a 100% vegetable food, containing 92% dried extracted juices of organically grown cereal grasses: barley, oats, rye and wheat (no chemical fertilizers or insecticides are used); and 8% papain, beets and sea kelp.
The grasses are cut at the young, rapidly growing stage, when the maximum nutrition is in the blade. The juice is extracted from the grass, chilled, and dried to a powder by a low-heat, vacuum dry process. Springreen is made without the use of fillers, binders, or synthetic drying agents, such as maltodextrin (sugar). Every known precaution is taken to preserve the integrity and freshness of the vitamins, minerals, and enzymes naturally present in the dried juice.
The beets used for this product are organically grown. The whole beet (leaves, stems, and root) is juiced, and the extract is vacuum dried at low temperature to retain maximum quantities of the enzymes, vitamins and mineral factors. The drying process does not use fillers, binders, or stabilizers - such as maltodextrin (a sugar that is used as a drying agent). This product, being a concentrate, is nutritionally potent. It takes 200 pounds of beets to make 2 pounds of beet powder. Unlike inorganic sources of iron, the body assimilates iron from the beet root very easily, because iron is found in an organic complex. Beets also contain potassium, magnesium, phosphorous, calcium, sulfur, iodine, vitamins and many trace minerals.
Contact me if you would like to order as they are only sold through Health Care Providers.
Blessings & Health to you & your college students!
My 3 goals for healthcare
(1) reduce cost
(2) teach health strategies
(3) improve the health of the family