(PRWEB) November 20, 2013
It is generally agreed in the scientific community that the body needs five to seven servings of vegetables each day. Why? The nutrient values of veggies are vital in helping the body fight disease, control weight, and remain mentally acute.
Sadly, most people are woefully short of this daily intake goal.
Just Recently, RealDose Nutrition aligned with Athletic Greens brand, claiming that it owns the superior product among green drink competitors. Athletic Greens has recently been burgeoning in popularity in the green drink arena, now widely recognized for its reliable content as a daily vegetable supplement.
It was the issue of deficiency that prompted Dr. Steven Sisskind, creator of popular weight loss supplement RealDose Weight Loss Formula No. 1, to track down the best calibration of green drink supplementation. Specifically, green drinks are powders containing concentrated vegetables and fruits that have incredible nutritional profiles. When researching the notion of satisfying the daily fruit and veggie quota, he discovered that the green drink products on the market were woefully inadequate.
For instance, here is a sample quote from his research findings: “After reading several labels, however, the drinks seemed to be nothing but grasses, designed more for cows than for people. And they really just didn’t taste that good (which is an understatement).” Hence, his incentive to discover a genuine green drink product.
Continuing Sisskind’s commentary, “But after talking to some more people, I was introduced to a different, more comprehensive kind of green drink – a 'food cocktail' that changed my perspective entirely. Before expanding on what I learned, I just have to tell you that Athletic Greens tastes good… really good. I still don’t understand how they pulled it off. I actually enjoy drinking it.”
For the full scoop on Athletic Greens, click here.
For more on Dr. Steven Sisskind and his RealDose Brand products, click here.
OverallHealth.org is a free-spirited site where author and chief editor Henry Rearden enjoys profiling and reviewing fresh – sometimes trendy - new products to hit the health market. Anything in the periphery of health and well-being is fair game for Henry to pull off the shelf for a look-see.