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Green's Multiple Vitamins feature nutrients derived from plants and algae. These natural compounds are typically high in antioxidants and help to uphold overall wellness, which includes:

  • Supplying an array of health-supportive nutrients.**

  • Supporting peak circulatory, digestive and immune function.**

  • Promoting ideal pH equilibrium in the body.**

Read more about Green's Multiple Vitamins

What are Green's Multiple Vitamins?

Greens make up a major part of dietary wellness. While nutrient amounts may vary, most vegetables, green or otherwise, contain significant levels of minerals, vitamins and natural plant phenols. Most Americans, though, lack sufficient intake of vegetables. A 2010 CDC report indicated that more than 70% of American adults don't consume vegetables three or more times per day, falling considerably short of the optimal range. During the same year, the USDA revised its "Dietary Guidelines for Americans," updating its signature food pyramid with a plate image. These guidelines suggest that 50% of every mealtime plate should be made up of vegetables, as well as fruits.**

Many of the offerings that fall under the "green's multiple vitamins" category contain both vegetable and fruit extracts, along with increasingly high-profile "green foods." Sourced from algae and plants, green foods consist of concentrated nutrients, providing notably higher levels than what is found in a typical diet. These ingredients feature antioxidants that support healthy aging and overall wellness, along with botanical compounds that maintain digestive, cardiovascular and immune system health. These green nutrients are also associated with optimizing the body's pH balance, which may help restore higher alkalinity to the acidic-oriented diet of Western culture.**

Available as individual supplements, some green nutrients are also included in whole-food multivitamins. Among the health-promoting nutrients under the umbrella of green's multiple vitamins are:

  • Sulforaphane: A natural compound in broccoli and other crucifer vegetables, sulforaphane has been increasingly researched in recent decades. The nutrient contains antioxidants that counter the effects of harmful oxidative stress and regulate inflammatory response. Studies have linked sulforaphane to circulatory wellness, as well as aspects of both men and women's health.**
  • Spirulina: Blue-green in color and unicellular in structure, spirulina is a kind of algae rich in many wellness-upholding compounds, including amino acids, vitamins, minerals, enzymes and antioxidants. A widely renowned green superfood, spirulina works against damaging free radicals and helps to modulate inflammation. Investigations indicate that spirulina may encourage cardiovascular and immune system wellness.**
  • Chlorella: Similar to spirulina, chlorella is a single-celled greenish algae with notable amounts of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and amino acids, in addition to gamma-linolenic acid, an essential fatty acid. Chlorella has been researched for numerous health applications, including ideal circulation and immune response.**
  • Wheat Grass: This popular form of grass consists of wheat in its early stage. Valued in wellness traditions for hundreds of years, wheat grass includes significant levels of, vitamins, minerals, chlorophyll and other phytochemicals. These components and their antioxidant activity help wheat grass support wellness, particularly healthy digestion.**
  • Barley Grass: As with wheat grass, this grass is another grain, one that features barley in its young state. Barley grass is rich in amino acids, chlorophyll and enzymes, as well as minerals and vitamins. Studies have shown that the antioxidant compounds in barley grass foster general well-being and may hold potential for additional health applications.**

Green's Multiple Vitamins Products

Green's multiple vitamins are sourced from plants and/or algae. Supplemental greens are available in various forms, including capsules and powders. Many whole-food multivitamin products, as both supplements and drinks, blend greens such as spirulina and barley grass with numerous fruits and vegetables for a nutrient-dense complex.**

Green's Multiple Vitamins Directions for Use

Prior to using these green supplements or beginning any routine nutrient regimen, consult with your health care professional. No regular suggested dosage of these natural products has been set. Nutrient levels differ based on specific ingredients, with capsules often in between 500 mg and 1,000 mg.**