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Vita Greens™ :

Moringa Olifera is a commonly used vegetable in India. It is acknowledged by WHO as nutritious food and being used in traditional medicine for over 1000 years. This nutritional complex food is naturally abundant in B Vitamins and all essentials amino acids. Vita Greens™ is further enriched with Spirulina, Wheat grass, Amla and Vitamin D3 to restore the imbalances in your diet.

Why Vitamin D3 ?

A robust and growing body of research clearly shows that vitamin D is absolutely critical for good health and disease prevention. Vitamin D affects your DNA through vitamin D receptors (VDRs), which bind to specific locations of the human genome. Scientists have identified nearly 3,000 genes that are influenced by vitamin D levels, and vitamin D receptors have been found throughout the human body.

Spirulina & Chlorella - The Most Nutrient-
Dense Food on the Planet!
Spirulina is the best source of vegetable protein, containing about 65% protein — higher than any other natural food — far more than animal flesh (20%), eggs (12%), whole milk (3%), soybeans (35%), peanuts (25%) or grains (8 to 14%). It is considered a complete protein because it contains all the essential amino acids, which are the amino acids the body cannot make, but must ingest.

Wheatgrass - The Absolute Best Superfood for the Rejuvenation of Aging Cells
The high chlorophyll content of wheatgrass, as well as the amino acids, minerals, vitamins and enzymes it contains enable wheatgrass to provide a wide range of health benefits, as follows:
• Powerful detoxifier: Wheatgrass protects the liver and the blood, and neutralizes toxic substances like cadmium, nicotine, strontium, mercury, and polyvinyl chloride.
• Blood builder: The chlorophyll in wheatgrass is almost identical in chemical composition to hemoglobin, the compound that carries oxygen in the blood.

Amla – A ‘Vitamin C’ Power House
Amla contains Vitamin C in high doses which can have a dramatic effect in improving allergy symptoms particularly Hay fever and asthma, due to its ability to counteract the inflammatory responses that are part of such conditions. Amla contains the highest natural source of vitamin C and has been traditionally used to promote immunity.