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Green Foods True Vitality Plant Protein Shake with DHA Vanilla -- 25.2 oz


Green Foods True Vitality Plant Protein Shake with DHA Vanilla

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Green Foods True Vitality Plant Protein Shake with DHA Vanilla -- 25.2 oz

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Green Foods True Vitality Plant Protein Shake with DHA Vanilla Description

  • Complete and Balanced Vegan Meal Replacement for Optimal Digestion and Health
  • Plant-based Super Protein Blend + Spiulina, Chlorella & Barley Grass
  • 100mg of Life's DHA™ Vegetarian- Sourced Omega 3
  • Probiotics 8 Billion
  • Maximum Bioavailability
  • Enhanced Digestion
  • Gut Health
  • Dairy, Soy & Gluten Free
  • Non-GMO
  • Certified Vegan
  • 1000mg of lifesDHA per serving

Designed as a healthy all-in-one meal, True Vitality™ combines vegetarian protein, omega 3's, probiotics, enzymes, carbs, greens, fiber and essential daily vitamins. It's the ultimate, easy-to-digest vegan meal replacement. Ideal for the health-conscious person on the go.

 

Benefits of True Vitality™

• Complete & natural plant protein meal replacement

• 100% of the RDA of the essential daily vitamins

• Special enzyme blend enhances protein digestion

• Maximizes nutrient availability for muscle recovery and rebuilding

• Promotes healthy digestive flora with a blend of prebiotics and 8 billion active probiotic cells

• Essential omega 3 fatty acid DHA supports brain, eye, heart & nervous system functioning

• All-vegetarian proteins derived from pea, rice, hemp, spirulina, chlorella & barley grass juice.

 


Directions

Suggested Use: Mix 3 level scoops (51 g) in 8 to 10 oz. of water, juice or milk or blend into your favorite smoothie for a nutritious and tasty shake.
Free Of
Added salt, colorings, fillers or preservatives, animal products, gluten, soy, wheat and yeast, corn, GMOs.

*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.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 3 Scoops (51 g)
Servings per Container: 14
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories134
Total Fat1 g2%
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium140 mg6%
Total Carbohydrate17 g6%
   Dietary Fiber6 g24%
   Sugars6 g*
Protein15 g30%
Vitamin D (Ergocalciferol)400 IU100%
Calcium (Calcium Carbonate)30 mg3%
Iron less than1 mg0%
Iodine (Potassium Iodide)45 mcg30%
Vitamin A (100% Beta Carotene)5000 IU100%
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)60 mg100%
Vitamin E (D-Alpha Tocopherol Succinate)30 IU100%
Thiamin (Thiamine Mononitrate)1.5 mg100%
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)1.7 mg100%
Vitamin B3 Niacinamide)20 mg100%
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine HCL)2 mg100%
Folate (Folic Acid)400 mcg100%
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin)12 mcg200%
Biotin (D-Biotin)300 mcg100%
Pantothenic Acid (Calcium Pantothenate)10 mg100%
Magnesium (Magnesium Oxide)120 mg30%
Zinc (Zinc Oxide)4.5 mg30%
Selenium (Sodium selenite)21 mcg30%
Manganese (Manganese Sulfate)600 mcg30%
Chromium (Chromium Chelate)36 mcg30%
Molybdenum (Amino Acid Chelate)22.5 mcg30%
Boron (Boron Amino Acid Chelate)50 mcg*
Nickel (Nickel Amino Acid Chelate)5 mcg*
Silicon (Silicon Dioxide)2 mg*
Vanadium (Vanadium Sulfate)10 mcg*
Brown Rice Solids20000 mg*
Vegan Protein Blend
Pea Protein Isolate, Brown Rice Protein Isolate, Organic Hemp, Spirulina, Barley Grass Juice, chlorella
18677 mg*
Organic Inulin (from Agave)5682 mg*
Greens Blend Spirulina, Barley Grass Juice, Chlorella500 mg*
Life's DHA™ (DHA Algal Oil)1000 mg*
Proteolytic Enzyme Blend84 mg*
   Protease 4.529000 HUT*
   Bromelain 540,000 FCCPU*
    Protease 3.027 SAPU*
   Peptidase2000 HUT*
Protease 6.04000 HUT*
Dairy Free Probiotic Concentrate
Lactobacillus plantarum, Bifidobacterium bifidum (Providing 8 Billion Active Cells)
19 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Xylitol and erythritol (natural sweeteners), natural vanilla.
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Eco-Friendly Eating: Are Plant-Based Foods Best for the Environment?

There are many deciding factors when it comes which foods we eat, whether it's for convenience, medical necessity, religion, training or conditioning, or purely for enjoyment. Our dietary needs are unique to our lifestyles, activity levels and health statuses--or they're adapted to meet preferences or restrictions. But there's a common thread woven between us as we consider what to put on our plates. Many of us wonder: could our diets—and choosing eco-friendly products—play a part in supporting positive change for our planet?

Preparing Salad as Part of a Plant Food Diet www.vitacost.com/blog

Maternal instinct

Just as any good mom would, Mother Earth nurtures us and offers resources for us to be healthy and well. It's our responsibility to return the favor by protecting these precious gifts. When deciding on healthy meal planning, the less waste, energy, packaging and transport from farm to table, the better.

The United Nations (UN) reports that 3 billion tons of food is wasted every year, while about 2 billion of the world’s population is undernourished or hungry. These staggering numbers are evidence of a disconnect in our food system and the value we place on it.

Plants aplenty

A plant foods diet is not only a tasty and nutritious approaching to eating, but one which also supports conservation.

Consider that meat, poultry, dairy or eggs originate from animals that consume ecological resources themselves. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) reports that about 8 kilograms (kg) of feed produces only an edible 8 kg of chicken, 2 kg of pork, or 1 kg of beef.  Additionally, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) estimates it takes about 100 to 150 gallons of water to produce a pound of corn or potato, while approximately 1,800 gallons are necessary to generate a pound beef at market.

A recent study investigating the greenhouse emissions used by 55,504 subjects in the “EPIC-Oxford cohort” found significance between eating plant-based foods and eating meat. The results showed:

  • 19 kg of carbon dioxide equivalents were released per day (kgCO2e/day) for high meat-eaters
  • 63 kgCO2e/day for medium meat-eaters
  • 67 kgCO2e/day for low meat-eaters
  • 81 kgCO2e/day for vegetarians
  • 89 kgCO2e/day for vegans

The more you know

We’re sure you’ve heard it before, but knowledge is power. This means asking questions and demanding answers empowers us to make educated decisions and mold an energy-smart agricultural system. The organic food industry, for example, is built on the principle of preserving the environment, encouraging biodiversity and promoting the longevity of natural resources. We can certainly get on board with that! These ideals can also be upheld with conventional farming practices which use unique sourcing, supply chain, harvesting and transportation methods, to maximize efficiency.

Retail therapy

Have a pen or pencil? Jot down this grocery list of compassionate items that you can feel great about throwing in your cart the next time you're at the store:

  • Beans. Black, pinto and garbanzo beans are the most versatile; soybeans can be purchased alone or as tofu or tempeh.
  • Lentils. Lentils are easy to mix with warm entrees or to serve as an easy side dish when prepared with herbs and spices.
  • Whole grains. Opting for dry brown rice, whole wheat bread, whole grain pasta or quinoa is a smart protein choice, and picking up these items dry (rather than prepared) reduces energy used in transport.
  • Fresh fruits and vegetables. Choose whole produce options that are not packaged or bagged.
  • Nuts. Almonds are one of the “least-traveled” nuts, grown primarily in the U.S. (whereas most other common tree nuts are grown globally).
  • Powdered drinks. Whether you choose protein powder, dry dairy/non-dairy milk or ldrink mixes, the lack of liquid can reduce carbon footprints.

Thinking green and saving green

Other practical ways to be earth-minded include only buying enough food you know you’ll use, or finding alternative uses for products that might be toward the end of their shelf life or left over from a recipe.

It’s time to equate not just cars and airplanes, but also the way we eat, with our carbon footprint.  Find small ways to step more gently on our environment using some of these sustainable strategies.

For more information about dietitian services, visit thelittleclinic.com/dietitians

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