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Why Wheat Grass?

Wheatgrass and young, chlorophyl rich plant sprouts have long been know to fight disease, purify the body of toxins, and assist in restoring balance to your bodies natural functions. Read more about wheatgrass and other micro-greens here.

Wheatgrass: Nature's Finest Medicine

  1. Wheatgrass provides almost every vitamin and nutrient needed to sustain life along with abundant oxygen.  Contains Vitamins: A, B-Complex, C, D, & E, PLUS Calcium, Iron, Potassium, Magnesium, Selenium, Zinc, Amino Acids, Antioxidants, and live enzymes that are already broken down and ready for immediate absorption into the bloodstream. The chlorophyll delivers more oxygen to the blood. 

  2. Major Detox: Detoxifies the blood, gastrointestinal tract, and vital organs

  3. Extremely Alkaline - wheatgrass is extremely helpful in alkalizing and normalizing your body’s pH

  4. Only green plants can transform the suns energy into chlorophyll; That’s why drinking wheatgrass juice is like drinking liquid sunshine

  5. Very high in chlorophyll - Chlorophyll is the blood of the plant life that is almost identical to hemoglobin, our blood cells. Consuming more chlorophyll-rich foods like wheatgrass increases the level of oxygen in the blood and helps cleanse and release toxins from the body. 

  6. Helps fight disease - 2 ounces of fresh wheatgrass juice is nutritionally equivalent to 5 lbs of the best raw organic vegetables. Super load your body with nutrients *build your immune function* fight disease 

  7. Improves your immunity by boosting iron and increasing red blood cells in the body. 

  8. Helps Weight loss - reduces cravings for fatty, sugary foods and addictive substances 

  9. The vast nutrients in wheatgrass are found in their simplest form allowing for immediate absorption and digestion

  10. Maintains your health & vitality through the life force energy & nutrients found in wheatgrass. The combination of nutrients in wheatgrass may also provide a boost to your hormonal system. 

"Why Wheatgrass?"

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