Monday, December 30, 2013

Pines Wheat Grass Review

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Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.


Wheat Grass
People are always striving to be more healthy, but many people don't get enough vegetables in their diet.  Have you heard about Pines Wheat Grass?  The Pine Wheat Grass can provide your body, with the vegetable nutrition that it needs!  It has more chlorophyll, protein, beta-carotene, other vitamins and minerals, than any other vegetable.  Pines ORAC (oxygen radical absorption capacity) is nearly four times higher, than freeze dried spinach and is much higher than other freeze dried vegetables.

Comparison of ORAC Values in Wheat Grass

About the Pines Wheat Grass

PINES Wheat Grass Powder is a convenient, surprisingly economical way to make sure you eat green vegetables every day!  Just mix it in a glass of juice or a smoothie in the morning, and sprinkled on pizza or pasta in the evening, it's a lot easier than eating 3 servings of spinach every day.  The 10 oz bottle offers about a one month supply of greens at a great price.

For my review, I received one 3.5 ounce bottle of Pines Wheat Grass!  The Wheat Grass doesn't taste bad, it just reminds me of the taste of grass.  I have already finished the bottle.  The directions say to use 1¼ tsp; but I use probably a tablespoon.  I make a health serum and I just added the Pines Wheat Grass to it.  Wheat Grass is very healthy for you so I would highly recommend the Pines Wheat Grass!  So, if you only add 1¼ tsp you will be boosting your immune system.  Remember, that an ounce of precaution, could very well keep you healthier than you have ever been before, if you get the proper nutrients from vegetables and Wheat Grass.  Fruits are also a big plus, especially lemons!

Wheat Grass is a natural detoxifier, the chlorophyll in wheat Grass helps clear toxins from your body and helps maintain a healthy pH balance.

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