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Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Powdered Greens Supplement - Lean Greens #Review

Powdered Greens Supplement - Lean Greens #Review

Let me start off with admitting the truth, I'm a grown up who doesn't like veg! 

Yes, there, I said it. I don't like vegetables. I may eat the odd potato or raw carrot or corn on the cob but that's pretty much it. I never eat greens which is awful as people keep reminding me. So, over the past few weeks I've been trying the Lean Greens, Super Greens Powder which is meant to be a great way to add to your daily veg intake or supplement it in my case. It arrived in a lovely box complete with a Shaker for me to use, let's see how I got on.

 Just one heaped scoop of the light green powder mixed with ice cold water or your favourite juice or smoothie and that's it. Your drink contains one of your five a day all ready to consume. On a normal day, you really only need to take a green juice once a day but you can drink a second portion later in the day to help stop you from flagging with that mid-afternoon slump. I stuck to the one a day which was just about as much as I could manage.

It's not the best tasting but what greens taste nice? None to me anyway, so I wasn't expecting it taste nice. It's definitely a knock it back and get on with it kinda drink.

Plus points is how easy and quick it is to make. There's no lumps or bits so it's smooth to drink. It's all natural tasting and packed full of goodness to help keep you going.

How does it work?

It contains a blend of raw ingredients that are designed to give you a wide a range of nutrients in a drink. It's a bit like giving yourself platefuls of fresh vegetables every morning. 

Is it safe for me to drink?

Yes. With 10’s of thousands happy customers and producing great products since 2012. Lean Greens in 99.9% of cases is perfectly safe. It is at its core just vegetables. However we don't know your own personal health situation, so please check.

Can I mix it with other things?

Lean Greens can be drunk with just cold water, however because its taste is pretty neutral, it can be easily mixed with juices, smoothies, protein powders, cakes, muffins and even scrambled eggs (yes someone tried it) so yes, you can mix it up a little to suit yourself.

What's in it?

Wheatgrass, Barley Grass, Spirulina, Chlorella, Alfalfa
Spinach, Broccoli, Carrot
Blackcurrant, Blueberry
Digestive Enzyme Blend
Green Tea Extract, Siberian Ginseng, Stevia Leaf

I hope that answers any questions you may have about it, please feel free to ask a question if you have one. I'd be happy to help if I can. Overall it's been a pleasant trial but as a non veg lover , I did struggle with drinking it every day but that's just me being a fussy person. Lean Greens have got super reviews on Amazon and are loved by all kinds of people. Unfortunately though, myself not being one of them. My other half tried it and liked it so that's a win for him. I won't be continuing to drink it but he will so it won't be going to waste.

There are lots of other Powdered Greens to try so why not pop over to Lean Greens now.

Disclosure: I received my Lean Greens for free in return for an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. I suggest that you use the powder to make savoury green pancakes. Just like normal pancakes, but add a scoop of green powder to the batter. You can eat them with cheese sauce, tomato sauce, mushrooms, or anything else that you'd normally eat with pasta or other carbs. You won't even notice the greens!