Dark green leafy vegetables provide your cells with the food they need. When your cells are properly fed, your whole being feels increased energy and radiant health. Pines Barley Grass Powder is the answer (for those who prefer its taste over that of wheat grass). It’s a whole food loaded with essential vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, beta-carotene, calcium, chlorophyll, fiber and many more nutrients your body needs every day. Convenient and concentrated! No fat! No cholesterol!
The USDA's new MyPlate says that you should eat more vegetables than any other food and it really doesn't matter when you eat your vegetables. Other primates such as gorillas are massive and strong animals with similar digestives systems to ours, and they eat massive quantities of green. That is why nearly every health professional and even the government says vegetables should be the foundation for health.
You may want to consume Pines Wheat Grass (or Pines Barley Grass or Pines Alfalfa) between meals with a good amount of water or other liquid. This helps your body take full advantage of the nutrients without competing with other foods, and may also take the edge off your hunger so you don’t eat as much at meals. Mid-morning and mid-afternoon are great times for a green energy pick-me-up.
However, what’s most important is that you use our greens at a whatever time that is convenient for you, including before, with or after your meal. The important point is that eat plenty of greens every day. For some people, that means right away in the morning, or right before bed. That way you are sure to start (or end) your day on a healthy note.
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