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    Are the Greens powders legit?

    I have been looking for an all in one greens supplement. i have been reading up on some that claim to have probiotics/digestive enzymes included in the ingredients on top of 20+ different fruit and vegetable blends. How is it possible to keep the cultures once the product leaves a colder temperature? Should I get them separate or does it all really work?

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    You are 100% right. By the time you get a greens supplement, any of the added probiotics will be long dead. They add the probiotics to the ingredients list as label dressing. It makes the product look good. A probiotic supplement needs to be kept in the fridge.

    You seem like a really smart guy. A greens supplement is a good supplement to take but it should be just that - greens. No marketing BS.

    Check out the greens supplement by Innotech Nutrition. That's the one I use. Nothing in the formula but greens. No soy lechithin or fillers.
    https://innotechnutrition.com/produc...x-supergreens/

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddybanks33 View Post
    I have been looking for an all in one greens supplement. i have been reading up on some that claim to have probiotics/digestive enzymes included in the ingredients on top of 20+ different fruit and vegetable blends. How is it possible to keep the cultures once the product leaves a colder temperature? Should I get them separate or does it all really work?
    Or buy ones without probiotics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muskate View Post
    You are 100% right. By the time you get a greens supplement, any of the added probiotics will be long dead. They add the probiotics to the ingredients list as label dressing. It makes the product look good. A probiotic supplement needs to be kept in the fridge.

    You seem like a really smart guy. A greens supplement is a good supplement to take but it should be just that - greens. No marketing BS.

    Check out the greens supplement by Innotech Nutrition. That's the one I use. Nothing in the formula but greens. No soy lechithin or fillers.
    https://innotechnutrition.com/produc...x-supergreens/
    How do you rate the taste on that product? Its really well priced for what it is! I might have to order some in the future.

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    greens powders are still processed. i drink one every morning but it isn't going to be as nutritious as actually eating greens
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    Quote Originally Posted by muskate View Post
    You are 100% right. By the time you get a greens supplement, any of the added probiotics will be long dead. They add the probiotics to the ingredients list as label dressing. It makes the product look good. A probiotic supplement needs to be kept in the fridge.

    You seem like a really smart guy. A greens supplement is a good supplement to take but it should be just that - greens. No marketing BS.

    Check out the greens supplement by Innotech Nutrition. That's the one I use. Nothing in the formula but greens. No soy lechithin or fillers.
    https://innotechnutrition.com/produc...x-supergreens/
    This is the one I use as well. It is great alone and sometimes I just toss it in a protein shake.
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