It can help you lose weight!
Rich in nutrients, can help you lose weight, improve heart health, support blood sugar control
Possible properties of raw material(s)
- It is absorbed quickly
- It is perfectly utilized
- It can protect against the development of high blood pressure
- You can normalize your metabolism
- It can slow down aging
- It can strengthen the immune system
- You can regulate stomach acid production
- It can help the adrenal cortex function
- It contains magnesium, calcium, iron, manganese, phosphorus and potassium
- Can be used with good results during weight loss
The vitamins, minerals, and protein in the cereal grasses are essential to animals and humans. The juice of barley grass contains beta carotene, vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12, pantothenic acid, and folic acid. Minerals present include potassium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, and magnesium. Other constituents are chlorophyll, amino acids, protein, fiber, and enzymes. Cobalamin or vitamin B12 deficiency may be avoided in vegetarian diets by supplementation with dehydrated barley grass juice.
Barley Grass Powder. May contain traces of celery, mustard seed, wild rape and gluten.
Natural materials; Artificial flavorless; Free-from artificial coloring; Preservative-free; BSE/TSE-free; GMO free; Not-irradiated; No added sugars; Low fat; Poor in saturated fat; Rich in dietary fiber; Protein source
Dosage, recommended use, storage
One dose = 3-6 g
Add a heaped teaspoon of powder to water or juice once or twice a day (early morning and / or early afternoon). Take a reduced dose for the first week to minimize the symptoms of detoxification.
Storage: In a well-closed, dry, cool, sun-protected place
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