What Is Green Foods Wheat Grass Shots?
While you can technically make your own wheat grass juice at home, the fibrous nature of the grass requires a high-level juicer, and cleanup is anything but easy. You can also buy your daily dose of wheat grass, but that’s neither convenient nor truly affordable.
When you purchase Wheat Grass Shots, you’re getting a juice powder made using a gentle process that utilizes our special spray-drying technique and low temperatures. This careful, conscientious approach creates a delicious, smooth drink that’s bursting with nutrition.
Wheat Grass Shots has only one ingredient: 100 percent organic wheat grass juice powder. We don’t allow any added sugar, salt, fillers, dye, animal products, soy, wheat, gluten, yeast or GMOs of any kind. The result? A wholesome, high-quality product our customers can trust.
Wheat Grass Shots Is:
• 100 percent organic
• An excellent source of 17 amino acids
• Nutritionally powerful
• Brimming with antioxidants
• Full of active enzymes
How to Use Green Foods Wheat Grass Shots
For optimal results, treat yourself to your daily dose of wheat grass on an empty stomach, either 20 minutes before a meal or 2 hours after you’ve eaten. Stir your serving of wheat grass — 5 grams, or about two teaspoons — into 6-8 ounces of water, or add it to your favorite juice or smoothie. We recommend you avoid mixing Wheat Grass Shots with hot liquids as the active enzymes in the supplement are neutralized by heat.
Wheat Grass Shots May Help:
• Oxygenate and Detoxify: Wheat grass is a phenomenal source of chlorophyll, which helps oxygenate the blood and whisk away pesky toxins.
• Boost Your Nutritional Profile: Wheat grass contains 17 amino acids. Eight of those aren’t naturally produced by your body, so the only way to get them is through food sources.
• Fight Free Radicals: Wheat Grass Shots contains a number of antioxidants such as vitamin C, vitamin E and glutathione, all of which work to reduce oxidative stress and minimize cellular damage caused by free radicals. Less damage and stress on your system could mean lower risk profiles for everything from neurodegenerative conditions to heart disease.
• Lower Cholesterol: Some studies have indicated a connection between wheat grass consumption and decreases in overall cholesterol levels, including LDL cholesterol and triglycerides. There is also evidence that wheat grass could increase HDL (aka “good”) cholesterol.
• Regulate Blood Sugar and Weight: The enzymes in wheat grass may decrease blood sugar levels, while thylakoids have been shown to slow down stomach emptying, promoting a feeling of fullness and decreasing hunger. In theory, this could lead to fewer cravings and eventual weight loss.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.