Go Mag Issue 68 | Digital Version

BioGenesis Natural Australia

Green Goodness Enhanced Yes, it is easy to be green – new innovative organic tablets offer on the go nutritious convenience

Green superfoods are a must-have for anyone who cares about their health and wants to feel their best. They are a powerhouse of vitamins, minerals, trace elements, essential fatty acids, prebiotics and probiotics, and will help to improve cognitive and physical performance. Their well-rounded and all-natural nutritional profile makes them an appealing alternative to more traditional synthetic multivitamins. What to look for When choosing a greens product, you should examine not only what the ingredients are, their quality, and check that the density of active ingredients is sufficient to provide functional benefits. Wheat grass: Wheatgrass is so beneficial because of its dense and varied combination of nutrients and enzymes. It’s even colloquially known as ‘green blood’, because it contains such high and nourishing levels of chlorophyll, a plant pigment used in photosynthesis. Barley grass: Its nutritional profile is similar to wheat grass, but there are important differences that make both ingredients worth seeking out. Barley

grass has 30 times the thiamine and also contains five times the iron content of spinach and is high in vitamins C, E, K, folic acid, magnesium and a host of other health-boosting substances, including glutamic acid, which reduces cravings for sugar, alcohol, coffee and nicotine. Chlorella: As an algae, chlorella possesses distinct properties not commonly found in other plants. It is a valuable source of vitamin D, vitamin B12, and omega-3 fatty acids - nutrients that are often lacking in plant-based diets. For vegans and vegetarians, chlorella offers a natural way to obtain these essential nutrients. Additionally, chlorella is renowned for its detoxifying properties, making it an ideal addition to any wellness routine. Marine Plant Minerals: These minerals are sourced from Lithothamnium calcareum , a type of red seaweed that grows in the mineral-rich marine environment that boast an impressive array of calcium, magnesium and 70 other trace minerals that are crucial for maintaining healthy bones, teeth, and muscles. Calcium, often associated with dairy products, is typically in short supply in plant-based diets.


ISSUE 68 • 2023

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