Green foods comprise a family of algae, cereal grasses and legumes, all high in chlorophyll, a pigment that gives plants their green colour and high nutrient levels. Besides high levels of chlorophyll, green foods contain a wide variety of important nutrients that are purported to help fight infection, cleanse the body and provide nutrients important to red blood cell formation.
Chlorophyll is a natural blood builder and neutralizer of toxins.
Harvested from oceans, ponds and farms around the world, spirulina are blue-green one-celled microalgae that are a rich source of protein, carotenoids, iron, vitamin B-12, essential fatty acid gamma linolenic acid, calcium and other micronutrients.
A single-celled algae found in fresh water, chlorella has the highest known levels of chlorophyll of any plant. Chlorella helps detoxify the body of heavy metals. Chlorella has high amounts of Vitamins B-12 and Niacin.
THE CEREAL GRASSES
Barley and wheat grasses are all derived from the shoots of plants that are picked at an immature stage when the plants exhibit their darkest green colour, and have the highest concentration of magnesium, iron, bioflavonoids, polysaccharides and polypeptides. Barley and wheat grasses contain large amounts of protein, enzymes, chlorophyll and trace minerals as well as a high alkaline factor to balance the acidic diet high in fats and animal protein.
- Barley grass is high in antioxidant bioflavonoids
- Wheat grass can detoxify due to its high enzyme content.
- Dubbed “superfoods” because of their extensive array of nutrients, the green foods can also fill the vegetable gap in most people’s diets.
Who should use Cytogreen?
- Those following surgery
- Those with food intolerances
- As part of a detoxifying program
- Students, children and infants
- The elderly
5 tablets contain:
Spirulina (single-celled blue green algae) 1000 mg
Wheat grass juice powder 1000 mg
Barley grass juice powder 250 mg
Chlorella 250 mg