More Superfoods Than A Supermarket

Health & Fitness

Vital Green

Vital Greens for the Whole Family

Many of us experience gut, bowel and digestive problems due to our unhealthy lifestyles.  These disgestive problems could result in many unnecessary clinic or hospital visits and unnecessary medical expenses.  Making well-informed decisions to change our lifestyles and changing our diets could remedy these situations.  Over-the-counter solutions like dietary fibers and supplements are popular remedies.

Vital Greens, Australia’s number one selling super-food was developed in 2000 by two Australian naturopaths, Shane Sullivan and Stephen Sprada, it aims to relieve digestive conditions and poor absorption.  It contains 76 vital ingredients the body needs and is a carefully balanced blend of nutrient dense greens, vegetables, herbs, fruits, vitamins and minerals, powerful antioxidants, pre and probiotics that is beneficial for the whole family.

The ingredients found in Vital Greens are well proportioned in order for them to work in synergy to maximise the benefits; detoxification, digestion, intestinal health, immunity and to boost one’s vitality and energy levels.  In short, it is Superfoods packed into a sachet, thanks to modern technology.

Box of 30 sachets last a month, $79.95
Box of 30 sachets last a month, $79.95
Box of 30 sachets for a month, $65.95
Box of 30 sachets for a month, $65.95

A study on a group of Australian children revealed that many of growing children are not eating enough greens.  only 22% of children aged 4 – 8 meet their daily recommended serving of vegetable. Vital Kids is specially formulated to address this issue among children.  It contains 56 vital ingredients which provides nutritional support and energy during critical growth spurts for kids aged 5 – 12.  It also contains Brahmi (a plant used in traditional indian medicine) which is clinically proven to increase memory, learning and concentration in children.

Vital Greens is available at Watsons, Guardian and Unity.

Ideal for vegans, vegetarians and those with dietary restrictions.  

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