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What is the Green Drink?

Updated on August 29, 2012

Green drink is a nutritional supplement which is sold in the market today to improve one’s health. Green drinks are produced from grains, grasses and green vegetables. They come in powder or capsule form. The powder form is mixed with pure and clean water and the recommended dosage is to take the drink four times daily. Green drink can also be mixed with other food ingredients to create more appealing recipes and food preparations such as salads and smoothies.

What are the benefits of drinking "Green Drinks"?

Due to many people’s busy schedules, they do not have enough time to prepare nutritious food for themselves and their families. This results in a lack of the necessary vitamins and minerals in their diet. For our bodies to function properly, we must make sure that we do not neglect our health. Taking food supplements, such as green drink, can help compensate for the lack of nutrients in our diet. It can also strengthen our immune system by getting rid of the toxins in our body. A strong and healthy body has lesser risk of being sick with chronic or life-threatening illnesses.

Getting on an alkaline diet is among the important benefits derived from taking green drinks. Alkaline diet means eating the foods that are good and healthy for the body and avoiding those that are bad for one’s health. The basic principle in this diet is to avoid junk foods and eat more green vegetables.

Our diet usually contains excess acids that can be neutralized by taking green drinks. As a result of this neutralization, there is an enormous increase in energy produced in the body. Thus, a person’s urge to eat sugary or instant foods during snack and meal times is also controlled. Drink is recommended for athletes and persons needing extra energy during the day. It also helps fight obesity, one of the most common health problems today, because it can help reduce excess weight.

Are there bad side effects from taking green dink?

There are no reported negative effects from taking green drinks. However, it is advisable to take them in small doses when starting. A person may experience nausea if he has taken it in a big amount during the first time. The reason is because the body is still adjusting to the abrupt high amount of nutrients it has absorbed.


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