Vitality SuperGreen is a powder produced by Body Ecology. The people at Body Ecology are really good in preparing all kinds of fermented foods. I’ve tried many of their products through the years and found them to be of high quality and often with an appealing taste.
If you want to loose weight, get more energy, or you have mild digestive problems, then this product is definitely worth checking. They have packed a great variety of ingredients in one blend—a powder that should be easy to mix and taste good enough to be enjoyed on a daily basis. Here’s a quick overview.
Vitality SuperGreen Features
The powder is an impressive mix of—if I counted right—55 different ingredients including 14 probiotic bacteria strains. The idea is that all ingredients work in synergy: fermented greens, enzymes, prebiotics, fatty acids, and probiotic bacteria all add strength and potency to the blend. For what purpose?
Weight loss is one main purpose. For example, you can replace breakfast or any other meal with a Vitality SuperGreen drink. The drink is pretty filling and gives you an energy boost so this seems to work well. But I also think that these ingredients are well suited to alleviate gut problems like bloating, constipation, inflammation, and others. In fact, this is something many satisfied customers have comments on and are happy about.
Here is a list of ingredients:
- Fermented algae: chlorella, red marine, dulse.
- Cereal Grass: barley grass, alfalfa.
- Intestinal Support Blend: L-glutamine, chicory root, flax seed, sunflower lecithin, aloe vera extract.
- Enzymes: protease, amylase, cellulase, lipase, glycoamylase, invertase, bromelain, papain, alpha galactosidase, peptidase, maltase, pectinase, phytase, xylanase, hemicelluase.
- Fermented Vegetables: Spinach, parsley, kale.
- Fermented Algae: spirulina, astaxanthin, chlorella, dunaliella salina, kelp, barley grass, oat grass, alfalfa grass, barley flakes.
- Probiotics: L. acidophilus, L. delbreukii (caseii, bulgaricus, causasicus, fermenti, plantarum, brevis, helveticus, leichmanni, lactis.) B. bifidum, saccharomyces boulardii, saccharomyces cerevisiae.
- Blend: rice bran extract, acerola extract, thodiola rosea, bilberry extract, grapeseed extract, beta glucan.
- It’s vegan and gluten free.
Summary: The powder is a blend of 55 ingredients providing a great variety of essential nutrients to support weight loss, alleviate digestive issues, promote good digestion, and adds an energizing effect.
How to use Vitality SuperGreen
Perhaps like myself, you may have used some of these ingredients on occasion. But I must confess that it’s convenient to have so many of them collected in one powder. And if you are on a low-carb diet like my wife and I, then it’s a nice bonus that the powder contains only 1 gram sugar per serving.
The powder is versatile and you can easily mix it with water, freshly pressed vegetable juice, in smoothies, and yogurt. Some people report that they mix the powder with CocoBiotic to create a fizzy probiotic drink. I have not tried that but it sounds like an awesome drink!
Does is taste good? If you enjoy greens in general, then you won’t have a problem. Others might need to get used to the “green” taste of the mix.
What consumers say
This blend is hugely popular. There are literally hundreds of satisfied customer reviews praising this powder. Some have used it for years. Many say that the reason they love it is that it actually works, also for those with a sensitive stomach.
Many use Vitality SuperGreen as a weight loss strategy. They say this powder is a huge help in their weight loss efforts. Others report that Vitality SuperGreen alleviates a wide array of gut problems as poor digestion, pain, bloating, constipation, and much more. And those who don’t consume much vegetables say they love the feeling of getting much of it in this one powder.
The ingredients in Vitality SuperGreen are potent enough to curb inflammations and to balance the digestive tract. Many also feel an energy boost when taking it in the morning alongside, or as a substitute for, breakfast.
The price is around $50 for a 9.7 oz. (279 g.) bag with 30 servings. Yes, it’s pricey. Thought, sometimes you can find it on sale for 39.99. However, if you try to cut down on unhealthy snacks it can save money to allow for a daily smoothie. This would definitely be a huge health benefit!
The list of potent ingredients is indeed impressive and if used on a daily basis seem to help reduce weight, resolve gut issues, and raise energy levels. If this is the case, then the price tag might be justified.