Greens Total

The Delicious, Wholesome All-in-One Greens Beverage Fortified with 76 Powerful Superfoods & Phytonutrients


Take GREENS TOTAL Original - The Delicious, Wholesome All-in-One Greens Beverage with 76 superfoods and phytonutrients fortified with special key nutrients such as L-Lysine, L-Proline and L-Carnitine for optimum health wellbeing.

Unlike other "green" supplements, GREENS TOTAL Original provides 76 essential nutrients to adequately nourish the cells and support physiological functions. It is more than just ordinary spirulina/barley grass/ chlorella supplement.

Health of our body and organs are determined by proper functioning of the cells as the human body is made up of trillions of cells. In contrast, if cells are not functioning properly they cause poor health and disease. To maintain proper cell function, our body needs proper nutrition such as vitamins, minerals, trace elements, amino acids, enzymes etc.

GREENS TOTAL Original is designed to contain all the nutrients your body needs in a delicious wholesome drink. It is suitable for all ages, and it is formulated specifically to help support your health and nourish your body. What's more, it is lightly sweetened with Stevia leaves which are suitable for diabetics!

Get GREENS TOTAL Original today and add it to your favourite drink or fruit juice. Drink 2 glasses of GREENS TOTAL Original every day and feel the difference!

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