Nuzest Good Green Vitality formerly Nuzest Good Green Stuff is the ultimate lifestyle supplement to help improve immunity and memory, reduce stress and boost your metabolism.
With over 75 nutrient-rich ingredients, providing comprehensive nutritional support in one daily serve, Nuzest Good Green Stuff is a hero product which everyone can benefit from. So much more than just greens, Good Green Stuff is a potent blend of carefully selected fruits, vegetables and herbs - with added vitamins, minerals, probiotics, antioxidants and other essential nutrients. It packs a punch with over 75 of the very best ingredients for optimum health.
Vitality, Body Balance and Healthy Weight:
Designed to keep the spring in your step with herbs to help boost metabolism, fat breakdown, and detoxification. CoQ10 and B-Vitamins for energy production and distribution, along with countless nutrients and phytonutrients to make you glow from the inside out. Good Green Stuff helps you look and feel your best every day.
Contains a wide range of ingredients that encourage a healthy inflammatory response, and support your immune system and promote gut and bowel health
Easy to digest and absorb:
Powdered, real-food base. Nuzest only use ingredients your body is designed to absorb. Every form of vitamin and mineral has been carefully chosen for maximum absorption.
Reduces stress and improves memory:
Nutrients to feed the mind and adaptogenic herbs to help you cope with stress and aid concentration and memory with specific B-Vitamins, essential minerals, phyto-nutrients and herbs specifically chosen to support cognitive function and boost the adrenals in times of stress.
Suitable for vegans and gluten-free
How to use: As a food supplement take one scoop of Good Green Vitality to be taken daily in a cold glass of water or mixed in a shaker, or as directed by your healthcare professional. Do not exceed the daily dose. 30 daily doses per 300g tub.
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Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Food supplements are not to be used as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the daily dose. If you are following a diet low in oxalates due to kidney stones or other reasons, we recommend consulting with your doctor or health care practitioner before taking any new supplements. We always recommend that anyone with a pre-existing condition and those taking medication consult a qualified health practitioner before using any nutritional supplement.
Organic Spirulina, Pea Protein, Sunflower Lecithin, Potassium Phosphate, Apple Pectin, Cirus Bioflavonoids, Lithothamnium clacareum (Calcium, Magnesium, Silicon), Organic Flaxseed, L-Ascorbic Acid (vit C), Organic Chlorella, Organic Wheatgrass Leaf, Magnesium Glycinate, Organic Barley Leaf, Magnesium Citrate, Papaya, Broccoli Sprout, Natural Flavours, Choline-Stabilised Orthosilicic Acid (silicon), Citric Acid, Beetroot, Mixed Tocopherols (vit E), Zinc Gluconate, Carrot, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Ginger, Steviol Glycosides, Spinach, Licorice, Cocoa Polyphenols*, Acerola (vit C), Bromelain, Kelp, Rosehip*, Globe Artichoke*, Polygonum cuspidatum (50% Resveratol), Shiitake Mushroom, Pineapple Juice, Slippery Elm, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Rosemary*, Astragalus, Inositol Hexanicotinate (Niacin), Tumeric*, Ubiquinone(CoQ10), Ashwagandha*, D-Alpha Tocopheryl Succinate (vit E), Manganese Gluconate, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Beta Glucans, Calcium D-Pantothenate (pantothenic acid), Goji Berry*, Dandelion*, Panax ginsensg*, Gotu Kola*, Green Tea*, Selenomethionine (selenium), Burdock*, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (vit B6), Riboflavin (vit B2), Retinyl Palmitate (vit A), Thiamine Hydrochloride (vit B1), Cholecalciferol (from lichen) (vit D3), Hawthorn*, Rhodiola rosea*, Mixed Carotenoids (vit A), Bilberry*, Copper Gluconate, Milk Thistle*, Blackcurrant*, Grape Seed*, Biotin, Calcium L-methylfolate (folate), Chromium Picolinate, Methylcobolamin (vit B12), Menaquinone-7 (vit K2). *plant extract. Allergens in BOLD.
Can I mix Clean Lean Protein and Good Green Vitality Together?
Yes! In fact, we encourage it.
What Is The Difference Between Good Green Vitality And Clean Lean Protein?
Good Green Vitality is the gold standard in nutritional support. With a comprehensive blend of essential nutrients designed to help fill the gaps in our modern diet, it is a convenient solution to support all areas of health in one easy, daily serve. Good Green Vitality contains a perfectly balanced blend of plant foods, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, adaptogens, probiotics, and more. The specific form of each ingredient has been selected for their maximum bioavailability and efficacy, providing a synergistic effect that supports everything from immunity to cognitive function, and energy production to digestion. In comparison, Clean Lean Protein is a plant-based protein powder made from 100% pure European golden peas. Clean Lean Protein contains all nine essential amino acids, is a natural source of iron and is high in protein, but low in sugar and carbs. Available in eight delicious flavours, the smooth texture, taste, and allergen free properties of Clean Lean Protein make it suitable for almost everyone. Clean Lean Protein is perfect for boosting your daily protein intake, weight management or recovery and repair after exercise.
Have You Done An Analysis Of The Oxalate Content In Good Green Vitality?
Good Green Vitality is an all-in-one supplement formula packed with nutrients to support every system of the body and therefore includes some plant foods considered high in oxalates. At this stage, Nuzest have not analysed the full oxalate content for a serve of Good Green Vitality. There is around 700mg of the ingredients considered high in oxalates, however these wholefood ingredients have been processed and dehydrated which makes it very unlikely to contain high levels of oxalates given that these usually are removed during processing. Oxalates is a compound naturally found in many foods and for that reason they are practically unavoidable. Generally, wholefood powders have a risk of small amounts present, but these would be considerably lower than what is found in their whole food state. If you are following a diet low in oxalates due to kidney stones or other reasons, we recommend consulting with your doctor or health care practitioner before taking any new supplements.
Can Good Green Vitality Support Digestive Health?
Yes, Good Green Vitality includes a variety of ingredients that support digestion. It contains 8 billion CFU probiotics in the form of Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacteria lactus. Lactobacillus and Bifidobacteria are bacteria that are naturally occurring in nature, fermented foods, and are part of the human gut. These strains assist in the regulation of digestion and the absorption of nutrients. They have also been shown to improve gut-health via reducing diarrhoea, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). Good Green Vitality also contains prebiotic fibres, including psyllium husk, slippery elm, and apple pectin. Psyllium husk is known to reduce constipation. Apple pectin is considered a ‘gentle’ prebiotic that does not appear to cause gastric disturbances, when compared to other fibres, and has demonstrated excellent results in improving bacteria status. Slippery elm contains mucilaginous compounds that provide a soothing effect for mucous membranes and may play a role in feeding the cells of the gastrointestinal tract and gut bacteria. Aloe vera has also been included to provide a soothing and nourishing effect for the gastrointestinal tract. Lastly, bromelain from pineapple is included in the formulation for its digestive benefits.
Can Good Green Vitality Be Taken By Those That Have Cancer?
We always recommend that anyone with a pre-existing condition and those taking medication consult a qualified health practitioner before using any nutritional supplement. We cannot offer advise on this.
Can Good Green Vitality Be Taken As A Meal Replacement?
Whilst Good Green Vitality contains over 75 ingredients that support overall body health, it does not contain the appropriate amount of protein or carbohydrates needed for optimal health. Good Green Vitality has been formulated with a comprehensive blend of essential nutrients to help fill the gaps in our modern diet and can be used in conjunction with a balanced diet to promote optimal health and wellbeing. It is not a meal replacement.
How Should Good Green Vitality Be Consumed?
Good Green Vitality is a convenient solution to support all areas of health in one easy, daily serve. Simply add one (10g) scoop of Good Green Vitality to 250ml of water or juice of your choice, and enjoy. You can also combine Good Green Vitality with Clean Lean Protein in a smoothie, for an added boost of nutrients.
When Is The Best Time To Take Good Green Vitality?
Good Green Vitality is best taken in the morning as some ingredients included in the formulation, such as B vitamins, promote energy production.
How Much Choline Is In Good Green Vitality?
Choline is naturally occurring in the form of phosphatidylcholine in sunflower lecithin. Phosphatidylcholine makes up 25% of the sunflower lecithin, and evidence shows choline to comprise approximately 13% of phosphatidylcholine. Each serving of Good Green Vitality contains 16.25mg choline.
There is 500mg sunflower lecithin per serving in Good Green Vitality
25%= 125mg phosphatidylcholine
13% of 125mg = 16.25mg choline
(Please note that it is not tested per batch and the values can differ from batch to batch.)
Do You Have References To Support The Benefits Of Good Green Vitality Formulation?
Good Green Vitality is a research-based formula developed by a global team of health experts. Every ingredient has specifically been selected for maximum benefits. This formulation has over 75 ingredients to support better immunity, digestion, energy, cognition and wellbeing. Here are a few research papers that support our choice of ingredients and formulation:
- Ferrucci L, Perry JR, Matteini A, et al., (2009). Common variation in the beta-carotene 15,15′-monooxygenase 1 gene affects circulating levels of carotenoids: a genome-wide association study. Am J Hum Genet. 84(2); 123-33.
Vitamin B9 – Folate
- Kalmbach RD, Choumenkovitch SF, Troen AP, et al., (2008). A 19-base pair deletion polymorphism in dihydrofolate reductase is associated with increased unmetabolized folic acid in plasma and decreased red blood cell folate. J Nutr. 138(12):2323-7.
- Almeida F, Schiavo LV, Vieira AD, et al., (2012). Gastroprotective and toxicological evaluation of the Lithothamnion calcareum algae. Food and Chemical Toxicology. 50(5):1399-1404.
- Wylie LJ, Kelly J, Bailey SJ, et al., (2013). Beetroot juice and exercise: pharmacodynamic and dose-response relationships. Journal of Applied Physiology. 115(3): 325-336.
Is GGV gluten free?
Wheat grass and barley grass used in GGV are both gluten free, as they do not contain the seed/grain – which is where the protein that triggers an allergic response and subsequent allergen warning is contained. As the grasses are harvested without seed or grain inclusion, there is no gluten risk. Additionally, every batch of GGV is tested for Gluten to ensure that international standards for “gluten free” claims are able to be made and substantiated.
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