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One Nutrition Wheatgrass Juice - Powder

£19.99
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Brand: One Nutrition
Product Code: ONE023
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 It takes approx 50kg of freshly cut Wheatgrass to product 1kg of juice powder VS. only 8kg for 1kg whole leaf powder

  • Very high concentration and bioavailability of nutrients in Wheatgrass juice powder as all indigestible fibre has been juiced out.
  • Naturally alkaline food – particularly important for our acidic diets & lifestyles
  • Natural Multivitamin and Mineral, providing easily absorbed nutrients and energy
  • No additives such as sugars, fillers, maltodextrin, etc. Just 100% pure Juice Powder
  • High levels of chlorophyll

Recommended Daily Dose

  • General Health: 1 teaspoon
  • Optimum results: 2-3 teaspoons

 
Take with fruit juice, water, over a morning cereal or add to your favourite smoothie.
 
Keep refrigerated after opening to prolong freshness.
Each teaspoon of Wheatgrass Juice Powder contains the nutrition of 2 lbs fresh vegetables! That’s equivalent to the nutrition of 10 portions of fruit & veg a day.

There are three special components of Wheatgrass Juice Powder which make it particularly valuable - Chlorophyll, Antioxidants and Carbohydrates (Mucopolysaccharides). Mucopolysaccharides have the ability to strengthen all body tissues- including those of the heart and arteries- lower blood fats, and reduce inflammation.

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