Royal Jelly is one of my favorite compounds, and BeeAlive has always been one of my favorite supplement companies. So I was naturally excited when they asked me to review some of their supplements out of the blue. I was given royal jelly capsules, royal jelly in raw honey, and a new energy drink that has royal jelly and eleuthero as their main ingredients. Here's a detailed breakdown of the relative pros and cons of each product, how to use them, and who they're best suited for. Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines!
Today's review is about the Greens Plus original superfood blend. It's a long tenured product that's gradually made its way into different store shelves and across the world. Inside we're going to talk about its best ingredients (japanese green tea leaf and dunaliella salina), how to use it, and smoothie detox recipes to mix it with! Wooo!
The multivitamin is under siege. Once the staple of our daily health routines, its benefits have come under attack from the scientific community and is increasingly being replaced by different supplements. In response to this skepticism a new type of vitamin has emerged: the whole food vitamin. In theory it does away with many of the drawbacks of the traditional vitamin. But do they really work? It turns out the truth is a little bit muddled. Read on to learn about how they're different from regular vitamins, how they're the same, and the best brands to buy.
Vitamineral Earth. You might think it's the redheaded step child of Vitamineral Green, but you'd be mistaken my friend. Despite being from the same company and having a similar name, Vitamineral Earth is more remarkable for the ways it's different from Vitamineral Green than for the ways it's similar. The biggest thing they have in common is they're both high quality. Read all about its different benefits after I took it for a test spin.
The rising popularity of vegan and vegetarian diets has created a swelling of vegan protein powders. Of course this also raises a slew of questions that need to be answered. What are the differences between different plant protein powders? Is there a "best" one? How important are differences in price? When should you buy one? (Hint: most people don't need them). Consider this an unofficial primer on how to shop for them.
Green Vibrance is a popular brand of superfood powder that has achieved worldwide distribution. It's 64 ingredients and reasonable price point have made it popular, in addition to the fact that it's been around for almost 20 years. This detailed review is going to cover its best ingredients and features, and how it compares to other products on the market.
Macro Greens has been populating grocery store aisles since 1996. I'd reckon it's popular because it has a lot of the ingredients that make a superfood powder great while still having a nice flavor. In this review I take it for an in depth test run and answer the following questions: 1). How good does it taste compared to other powders? 2). What are its best ingredients and features? 3). Who does it make sense for as a product? 4). Where can it be bought? All that and more inside. More inside!
Amazing Grass is an amazing company. To be honest...they're an enterprise I am trying to model myself and Health Kismet after. In my opinion they're extremely well run, and are one of the only supplement companies that "get it" They're probably the largest greens/superfood company in the world, and their flagship product is their Green Superfood powder. There's a lot to like about it, and it's easy to see how their line of products have become so popular. All the dirty details are inside.