Wilderness Athlete, the leader in advanced sports/outdoor nutrition, pushes the envelope with the secret powders of Green Infusion packed with phytonutrients. The advantage? A healthier, longer life is more likely.
Phytonutrients (PN), meaning plant nutrients, provide anti-oxidants found naturally enough in plants. They are required to living and surviving a long life. They act much like seatbelts and protective bars in the existence-rollercoaster we ride daily in our lives. Without them, the odds increase dramatically one will tumble out on some unplanned dipsy-do, finding ourselves in a medical situation with stern-looking people telling bad news.
The good news is, Green Infusion aides blocking and defending one from the bad things creating disease, diseases that can and will choke your life. One of their tiny scoops includes PN of half-a-dozen servings of fruits and veggies. Try to get THAT in your diet in some other way; not possible.
Minnesota has a free calculator that will allow you to estimate your life expectancy. They make it clear there is no “sure way” to get it exactly right, but the questions and info, easy adding/subtracting most can do in their head, provides a statistical view of life that can reinforce your good habits and help eliminate the ones that subtract years. Green Infusion aids both sides of the equation. It’s fun, quick and will certainly get your attention. http://bit.ly/Nxtv3C
Carotenoids defend one against cancers, heart diseases and mascular degeneration, diseases lowering life expectancy dramatically. They are commonly found in leafy vegetables like kale and spinach, for example. Green Infusion powder is packed with a Supergreens Blend and SuperVeg Blend.
Polyphenols are another PN and most commonly known in berries like raspberries and blueberries along with other fruits, certain teas and soybeans. Green Infusion includes their SuperFruits Blend.
Aiding your immune system’s defense, the Herbal Power Blend with:
Bee pollen, particularly rich in B vitamins that increase energy, libido, better digestion, along with improving blood pressure. These are the Bee’s knees, the best buzzers for the body.
Bacopa moneri extract from a leaf mostly found in the Far East aids the brain with a stronger function and health. If only Fredo Corleone in “The Godfather” had chewed a few of these leaves one could have believed he truly exhibited “. . . smart(s), I’m smart! Not like everybody says like dumb; I’m smart.” (source: IMDB.com)
Siberian ginseng, containing Eleutherosides unlike the more common ginseng, improves dietary markers, enhancing the ability of the body to handle stresses, overcome fatigue, actually get up in the morning and enjoy it.
In all, the list exceeds 40 separate supplements in each tiny serving, seven grams, which is equivalent to a little more than a teaspoon.
Recommended is mixing a scoop (the small scoop needed is included) in water, stirring or shaking until dissolved and then drinking it. I’ve found mixing Green Infusion, my lean-green friend, in a serving of soups or blends of vegetables at the time I want to devour them, works best for me.
The dark green effect of the blend assures one the mix is full of . . . greens, one of the healthiest of all products Mother Nature provides.
Remember, too, Wilderness Athlete’s ingredients are top-shelf. So knowing their Probiotic Complex is included, helping improve the digestive tract for enhanced absorption of the nutrients and assisting the body to move things right along, one is comfortable in multiple ways.
“For now, it appears that an effective strategy for reducing risk of cancer and heart disease is to increase consumption of phytonutrient-rich foods including fruits, vegetables, grains and teas.” (source: WebMD)
The quickest, easiest way to do just that, avoid the droop, use Green Infusion’s single scoop; you’ll certainly out-perform your peer-group whether in the office, plant, or trail.
Order one 14.8 oz (420g) online here for a multi-month supply (depending on usage) at $49.95, cheap insurance for staying out of the doctor’s office and staying on trails throughout the year.
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