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Have you thought about supplementing with a Greens Superfood Powder, but not sure if it’s worth it?

Don’t worry; I’ve been in the same situation before too.

Of course, it may seem cheaper to buy organic whole foods, or simply grab the cheapest multivitamin on the supermarket shelf to fill in those nutritional gaps.

On the contrary, I’m about to tell you 5 reasons why dumping a serve of nutritionally dense, energy and immune-boosting Organic Greens Boost may actually be a better option.

Before I waffle on too much, let’s jump straight into reason number one.


Greens Superfood Powder is a Natural Multivitamin

It’s called a Greens superfood powder for a reason, mainly because it contains nutritionally dense ingredients such as spirulina, chlorella, kelp, and barley grass.

Although the exact nutritional value varies between these ingredients, collectively they provide you with a dense profile of plant proteins, dietary fibre, healthy fats, and fat-soluble vitamins and minerals.

Green superfood powders also contain a high concentration of antioxidants, which help reduce oxidative stress throughout the body, greatly reducing our risk of chronic disease later in life (Rao et al., 2011).

Of course, you could supplement with a multivitamin found in your local supermarket store, but these can often contain synthetic ingredients, undisclosed fillers, and can often contain compounds that are poorly absorbed.

This is why Designer Physique’s Organic Greens Boost is probably one of the best greens powder on the market, containing all-natural ingredients, no fillers or synthetic additives.

Cheaper Than Buying Organic Wholefoods

Often at times, buying organic food just simply doesn’t suit everyone’s budget, and to be perfectly honest, some of it is dang expensive.

Don’t get me wrong, I’ve got nothing against buying organic produce, but if one’s budget doesn’t suffice, you’re kind of stuck buying the cheap stuff.

To even be more of an unintentional buzzkill, Australia has some of the most unproductive and nutrient-poor soil in the world (Orians & Milewski, 2007), leaving most of our fruits and veggies pretty poor too.

Luckily, this is where something like a good greens superfood powder such as Organic Greens Boost steps in.

Organic Greens Boost actually contains a large percentage of nutrient-dense microalgae and sea vegetables (such as Spirulina or Chlorella) that may actually rival the nutritive value of traditionally cultivated foods.

Microalgae are kind of the new superfood on the block and maybe the next best thing to fill in your nutritional supplementation protocol (Koyande et al., 2019).

Natural Energy Boost

Let’s be honest, we live in a pretty fast-paced world, and generally, when we experience the daily slump, we often reach for caffeinated beverages or a quick sugary fix.

The downside to these quick fixes is that they are either nutrient-poor, or they dehydrate us and deplete us further of nutrients.

This is where supplementing with an organic greens superfood powder can be the better, nutrient-packed alternative for a natural energy boost.

A good green powder such as Designer Physique’s Organic Greens Boost is rich in slow-release carbohydrates and protein, giving us the sustained energy we need to fuel our day.

Interestingly also, Organic Greens Boost contains Chlorella, which can actually improve oxygen delivery around the body, allowing us to train harder, go longer, and overall have more energy (Umemoto & Otsuki, 2014).

Supports Your Immune System (and more)

Due to the profound nutrient profile found in green superfoods powder, we are provided with the vitamins and minerals we need for healthy immune function.

For example, Organic Greens Boost contains Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Zinc and Selenium, all-powerful antioxidants that protect our cells, fight infection and ensure our immune system functions optimally (Finamore et al., 2017).

Additionally, Green superfood powders contain important minerals such as potassium and magnesium, which are essential for healthy blood flow and blood pressure management (Miczke et al.; 2016).

Looking for another great source of potassium? Designer Physique’s Vege Pro Carob Protein is a great option; you can also read more about it here.


Assists with Weight Management

Lastly, Green superfood powders can actually assist us with weight management, and give us the digestive boost to break down our food.

Taking a good organic greens powder may actually help with cravings and keep us satiated longer. This is thought to be due to both the high dietary fibre content, and also a mechanism that improves leptin resistance, which helps us to know when we’re satiated more regularly (DiNicolantonio et al., 2020).

On top of this, Green powders can also improve our ability to breakdown fat, and increases our insulin sensitivity, allowing us to deal with carbohydrates more efficiently (Wilcox et al., 2014).

Collectively, a good green superfood powder, such as Organic Greens Boost also gives us a pretty broad spectrum of digestive enzymes to help our digestive system function better, allowing us to get the most out of the food we eat.


The Takeaway

It’s quite interesting when you break down the profound benefits of supplementing with an organic greens superfood powder.

It can be so easy to fall down the rabbit hole of cheap supplements and expensive whole foods, without realising the power of a good, organic and natural greens powder.

This is why I often recommend Designer Physique’s Organic Greens Boost, because they have hand-selected some of the best ingredients, blended them up into a powder, and put nothing else into the jar.

Interesting in learning more about what’s in it? Read more about one of the cleanest, most natural superfood greens powder on the market.


Already sold and want to dive right in? Perhaps you want to try it first? Pick up a trial size (45g) jar of Greens Powder Today!



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