Field of Greens Review
The makers of Green Vibrance have gone all out with this product. If you’re looking for a product that concentrates on being all natural, organic, and raw, then this is the product for you. Three things to note with this product:
- 100% Raw
- 100% Organic
- 100% Kosher
We can’t say enough about how great raw foods are. A raw food is defined as an unprocessed food that has not been heated above 115 degrees Fahrenheit. Unprocessed, raw foods are as close as you can get to being in their original state. None of the nutrients have been destroyed through processing or overheating, and they’re all maximally bio-available. If you’re looking for a green powder that has the absolute most bang for your buck, then this is the one you want. A green powder that’s 100% raw is just incredible as far as nutritional vegetable value, then this is the product for you. You won’t find a green powder any more power packed with green nutrients that are fully bio-available. Here are its main ingredients:
- Alfalfa Grass (Whole-Leaf and Juice)
- Barley Grass (Whole-Leaf and Juice)
- Oat Grass (Whole-Leaf and Juice)
- Wheat Grass (Whole-Leaf and Juice)
- Alfalfa Sprout
There are a few limiting factors though. Because the product boast 100% raw food content, it’s somewhat limited on its ingredients. For example, other positive ingredients such as probiotics and algae can’t be a part of the formula. Both of these compounds require processing in order to be safely edible and therefore can’t be termed as “Raw.” So even though being 100% raw is a great, it limits the kinds of ingredients that you can have in your formula. But this shouldn’t dissuade any of you who are interested in this product. There is literally no better green powder on the market than this one. Being 100% raw is incredible.
Cost is another limiting factor. This product, even on sale can run up to $80 for a 2 month supply. If you’re seriously considering trying this product, we recommend that you mix it with another formula to help extend your supply. There are a lot of other great green powders out there, and mixing a half a serving of something like organic Spirulina powder with Field of Greens is a great idea because Field of Greens doesn’t have algae in its formula. That’s a great way to not only enhance the combination a bit, but to extend your supply of Fields of Greens powder.