I’m truly excited to announce my collaboration with Dr Britt iCordi phd in her amazing quest to get the message out about her Wheatgrass Juice sachets.
How much do you spend on takeout coffee a week? Wheatgrass is cheaper than a cup of coffee a day and yet rich in so many nutrients and benefits.
So, what is it?
You might have spotted this in health stores or juice bars as its increasing in popularity around the country. As the name suggests it’s prepared from sprouted leaves of a common wheat plant called Triticum aestivum.
It might look a bit like blended lawn trimmings (and has a similar smell) but it tastes great and has a whole host of benefits, being rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. It contains 8 essential amino acids which your body can’t produce without consuming through your food or drink.
Raw, organic, fresh Wheatgrass juice is incredibly high in levels of Chlorophyll, containing higher levels than any other green veggies! And one sachet of this amazing superfood is the equivalent of eating 3 heads of broccoli. It’s high nutritional content has been linked to a range of health benefits including;
– Reducing cholesterol
– Boosting both physical and mental performance
– Supporting a healthy immune system
– Increasing energy levels
– Improving hair, skin and vision
– Supporting the development of red blood cells
Why not try swapping your morning brew for something more refreshing, healthier and cheaper? Try the recipe below for starters!
Green on Green
1-3 Cups of Frozen Wheatgrass Juice
Water to give the volume you want.
Blend the ingredients and add water for the desired volume.
If you are keen to get your greens – then please click here to find out more about Wheatgrass Juice and it huge benefits to health and wellbeing. You can also place an order here, if you do please add my name as the referring partner in the ‘special instructions’ box – it helps me to get a pack too! Thank you.