Berry Green Powder

Berry Green Powder Review -- An average green powder






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Berry Green Review

Berry Green formula has what we consider to be an average list of ingredients.  If it weren’t as expensive as the leading brands, it might be something we’d consider as a great green powder, but it’s just as expensive as Green Vibrance and Miracle Vibrance, and has a much less impressive list of ingredients than either.  That’s why this green powder got only 3 stars for both completeness and cost.  Don’t get us wrong, Berry Green is definitely a very healthy powder, but the purpose of this website is to compare different green powders and try and give you the best bang for your buck.  A few key differences.  Berry Greens has probiotic cultures in its formula, but only has 1 billion cultures per serving.  That may sound like a lot but not really when compared with Green Vibrance which has 25 billion probiotic cultures per serving.  1 billion cultures per serving really isn’t enough to make an impact.  Another big thing that we think that Berry Green powder is lacking is algae.  Most green powder formulas contain both organic Chlorella and organic Spirulina, and sometimes others, but Berry Green powder doesn’t have any algae in its formula.


The one relative strength of Berry Green powder is its bio-availability.  Berry Green powder freeze drys its ingredients, which is a very good way to capture the nutrients that are locked inside, delivering lots of nutritional value to the body.  According to Berry Green’s website: “Freeze-drying has been widely recognized as the best way to instantly capture and to preserve the vital integrity of whole organic foods. Foods processed in this way retain their optimal color, shape, flavor and nutritional values, and become concentrated up to 10 times their original form.”  So this makes Berry Green powder good in terms of bio-availability.  We don’t quite agree with them that freeze-drying is the very best way to process fruits and vegetables for human digestion, but it’s definitely a very good way to go.  The Poten-Zyme process that we talked about in the last article is another very great way to process foods for human digestion, and is probably a little bit superior to freeze-drying.


If you’re going to pay top dollar for a green powder, you should probably go for one that has 5 stars for completeness.  There are a couple of other brands that we’ve reviewed that are comparable in terms of cost, but we feel that they’re much more complete green powder formulas.  Check out our “Best Green Powders” page to see how we’ve rated each powder.  But as always, the choice is yours.

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