Glaxon Super Greens - Pink Lady Apple Edition
SuperGreens is a greens product designed to do two things: somewhat compensate for a lack of fruit and vegetable intake in the diet AND enhance performance. Now if you’re looking for a “greens” product that actually going to provide you some performance benefits in addition to clearing your guilty conscience - SuperGreens is your way to go!
WHY WOULD I TAKE IT?
Ever feel like your diet is not so great? Maybe it already is great and you’re just looking to boost your immunity or increase your circulating antioxidant levels. Maybe you’re an endurance athlete, and buffering lactic acid while improving recovery time are some features that you really care about. The bottom line is that SuperGreens checks all these greens boxes and then some in order to deliver a greens product that actually stands above the rest.
HOW DOES THIS WORK?
SuperGreens works in a few different ways: 1) First, the Green Balance Alkalyzing Blend actually contains a pretty significant amount of chlorophyll and chlorophyll-related compounds that induce a whole host of endogenous antioxidant enzymes 2) By bolstering immune function and increasing tolerance to extreme exercise with our Supershroom blend 3) Then improving blood flow and circulation with anthocyanins found in Betta Berries.
HOW MUCH SHOULD I TAKE?
Simply dissolve ½ to 1 full scoop of SuperGreens into 16oz (500mL) into water and mix vigorously. This is a greens beverage that you can actually consume as desired throughout the day, or to be taken pre-/intra-/post-workout to boost performance and recovery.
Methods Behind the Madness: SuperGreens by Glaxon
SuperGreens was designed to help compensate imperfect diets to ensure that you obtain sufficient levels of fiber, antioxidants, and anthocyanins to keep your body performing at optimal levels. To see how and why this product works we’re going to be delving into four main categories: greens and their effects on alkalinity, prebiotic fibers, performance effects of mushrooms, and various fruits berries and their effects on the cardiovascular system.