05-02-2007, 03:02 PM
i purchased the NFL green powder a few weeks ago up here in canada bc i saw it at whole foods and got excited. but here in canada it isnt law to put the nutritional panel on the back like it is in the united states, so i was wondering if maybe like alissas green powder (or the NFL green powder in the states) lists the vitamin/mineral content on the back of the bottle? like the % of...vitamin A. or magnesium. or whatever. if sooo..would anyone mind copying into this thread for me? :o (from either one since i hear theyre both the same)
and wow..with her price id be a fool to not order from her next time. dont even ask me what i paid at whole paycheck. 3 .. maybe 4 .. times as much? :eek: canada is so ridiculously pricy. i need to get used to ordering things offline..its just so tricky with customs sometimes ya know?
05-02-2007, 03:05 PM
I use Alissa's and love it. Here you go:
Alissa’s green food is a unique and extremely potent combination of natures most deeply nourishing, cleansing and rebuilding super food. Its ingredients are specifically ground, processed and combined to maximize their beneficial effects. Carefully dried at low temperatures to preserve enzymes and other heat sensitive elements.
Alissa’s green food is the most comprehensive nutritional product ever offered! It is a vastly superior multivitamin/mineral product replacement plus so much more. It contains high levels of naturally occurring vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, phyto-nutrients, chlorophyll, protein, amino acids, fiber, enzymes, life force, etc. Unlike traditional multivitamin mineral products, Alissa’s green food is exceptionally absorbable, with absolutely no toxicity! It contributes healthy alkalinity to the body. Can be used as a meal replacement when blended with fresh apple juice and other fruit such as berries or banana. Contains a plethora of extremely nutrient dense vegetation and is enhanced by Dr. Sheridan’s natural, proprietary process that maximizes life force energy.
Land Vegetables: Whole Leaf Barley Grass, Whole Leaf Wheat Grass Juice, Barley Grass Juice, Nettle Leaf, Shavegrass (Horsetail), Alfalfa Leaf Juice, Dandelion Leaf Juice, Barley Grass Juice, Oat Grass Juice, Burdock Root, Broccoli Juice, Kale Juice, Spinach Juice, Parsley Juice, Carob Pod, Ginger Root, Nopal Cactus, Amla Berry
Algaes: Spirulina, Broken Cell Wall, Chlorella
Wildcrafted Aquatic Vegetables: Icelandic Kelp, Nova Scotia Dulse
Enzymes: (Optimum absorption, cleansing +) – Protease, Amylase, Lipase, Cellulase, Bromelain, Papain, Alpha Galactosidase
Comprehensive Probiotic Mixture: A.Agilis, L.Acidophilus, R.Arrhizus, DDS-I Acidophilus, Bifidus, L.Bulgaricus, A.Brasilienese, B.Brenis, P.Chrysosporium, A.Citreus, L.Casei, P.Calcis, S.Cellulase, P.Denitrificans, S.Faecium, S.Fradiae, P.Flourescens, A.Globiformis, S.Griseoflavus, P.Gelatic, B.Lipolyticum, A.Luteus, A.Lipoferum, A.Lwolfii, B.Laterosporous, P.Marinoglutinosa, B.Macerans, P.Nigraclens, P.Putida, L.Plantarum, B.Pumilus, B.Polymyxa, B.Stationis, L.Salivarius, B.Subtilus, B.Succinogenes, A.Simplex, B.Subtilus, S.Thermopolis, A.Terreus, M.Verrucaria, T.Viride, K.Zopfit
Suggested Usage: Start with one teaspoon per day and increase gradually over two weeks to suggested usage of 1 to preferably 2 (or more) heaping tablespoons per day, either all at once or divided. 1 level tablespoon per day = approximately 33 day supply. Can also be sprinkled on or mixed with foods. **If you experience temporary beneficial cleansing reactions that you find undesirable (such as loose bowels), reduce amount used to 1 teaspoon or less, and then increase over several days or weeks to 2 (or more) heaping tablespoons.** Refrigeration is not required. Intensive Usage: 6 or more heaping tablespoons per day. It is non-toxic and can be taken in any quantity
05-02-2007, 03:06 PM
Hey EYB, it's not on here. I have a bottle of the one from Alissa's site and the only thing listed are the ingredients, but not the nutritional data or percentages. Sorry. :(
05-02-2007, 03:07 PM
I'll check my bottle tonight and see if it is broken down by percentage. Maybe Rawkinlocs or someone will see this and post that info first. :D I'm assuming by order of listing, the most is listed first, like Whole Leaf Barley Grass, Whole Leaf Wheat Grass Juice, Barley Grass Juice, Nettle Leaf, Shavegrass (Horsetail), etc.
Not sure if it gives a % or not...
05-02-2007, 03:19 PM
ok, thanks anyway guys :)
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