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KOS Show Me Greens Green Apple Sorbet -- 10 oz

KOS Show Me Greens Green Apple Sorbet
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KOS Show Me Greens Green Apple Sorbet -- 10 oz

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KOS Show Me Greens Green Apple Sorbet Description

  • A Flavorful and Refreshing Daily Dose of Nutrition
  • Packed with Nutrient-Rich Whole Food Ingredients
  • Convenient and Affordable Support of Optimal Health
  • Super Tasty Green Apple Sorbet Flavor (30 Servings)
  • Non GMO • Vegan • Made In The USA • USDA Organic

KOS® Veggie Blend

The blending of Greens from land and sea -you're welcome. Chlorella, spirulina, wheatgrass, kale; these uncommon companions have a common theme; a billion years' worth of chlorophylic swagger. Once they compare notes they're all smiles and hugs. Though it must be said that practical Kale is beginning to weary of Spirulina's constant pirouettes.


Awesome Ingredients, Powered by Nature

At KOS® we believe in the power of balance and simplicity - fuel for your journey.


Live A Healthier Life In Just One Minute A Day
We recommend a daily dose of KOS Greens, first thing in the morning, to stimulate the body’s natural detoxification process, ignite energy production and minimize stress. You'll know you have a carefully-chosen blend of plant nutrition supporting your internal ecosystem. Simply scoop one serving into 8-12 oz of cold water, shake or mix for 10-20 seconds, drink and enjoy!


Micronutrients For A Nourishing Diet

Digestion, Detoxification & Gut Support

Immunity & Nerve Support

Responsibly Sourced & Artificial Ingredient-Free


Vibrant and power-packed plant life from both land and sea are blended to suffuse your machinery with the ancient, unstoppable stuff of life. Chlorella and spirulina harken from your subaqueous hometown with protein, antioxidants and sunshine for your intestinal garden. Generous helpings of wheatgrass, oat grass, kale, broccoli and green bell pepper join the boarding party to boost your immune system, flush toxins and take down the stress levels. Apple, lemon, monk fruit and mint are thoughtfully included to offer you an unexpectedly flavorful and refreshing treat.


Superfood Greens


Organic Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass is considered to be the most healing of all grasses. It has more than 90 phytonutrients. It's one of nature's richest sources of vitamins A and C. When grown in organic soil, it has all of the known mineral elements and is rich in calcium, magnesium, selenium, phosphurous, iron, potassium, sulfur, sodium, B12, cobalt and zinc. It is high in chlorophyll adding additional pure green power.

Organic Oat Grass
Oat Grass has benefits similar to Wheat Grass. It is extremely rich in antioxidants, a great source of both soluble and insoluble fiber to aid digestion, alkalizes the body, and has a wealth of important micronutrients.

Organic Chlorella

Chlorella is a single-celled freshwater alga that has existed for more than 2 billion years. It is regarded as a superfood due to its nutrient-dense list of health-promoting and disease-fighting ingredients. Extensive research indicates that it is beneficial for building immunity, providing comprehensive nutrition from a single source and protecting our eyes, skin, heart and brain.

Organic Spirulina

This blue-green algae is so nutrient-rich, one health journal opined, "gram fro gram, spirulina may be the single most nutritious food on the planet." Spirulina Powder is 60%-70% protein - double that of red meat - with 39 grams in a serving. It's considered one of the few plant sources of "complete protein," as it contains all the essential amino acids your body needs but can't product itself.


Alkalizing Vegetables


Organic Kale

Kale is high in nutrients and very low in calories, making it one of the most nutrient-dense foods. It is one of the world's best sources of vitamin K. It's phytonutrients feature flavonoids and polyphenols - including quercetin and kaempferol - powerful antioxidants known to have numerous beneficial effects on health.

Organic Broccoli
Broccoli contains vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, C (a cup of cooked broccoli has as much vitamin C as an orange), K, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc. It also provides soluble fiber and is low in calories.

Organic Green Bell Pepper
Green Bell Peppers are low in calories and exceptionally rich in vitamin C and other antioxidants, including capsanthin, violaxanthin, lutein, quercetin, and luteolin. These plant compounds, known as carotenoids, are associated with many health benefits.

Organic Cabbage
Cabbage has an impressive list of vital nutrients. It is rich in vitamins A, B6, C, K1, K2 and folate. It is high in fiber and contains 20 different flavonoids and 15 different phenols, all of which have demonstrated antioxidant activity to help reduce oxidative stress.


Natural Ingredients


Organic Apple
Apples are an excellent source of Vitamin C and are rich in quercetin and pectin, both of which give them important health benefits. Quercetin is a flavonoid - a naturally occurring plant chemical - that has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. Pectin is a type of soluble fiber that may help prevent constipation.

Organic Lemon
Lemons are full of vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients and antioxidants. They are especially good sources of vitamin C and folate. They also have compounds called limonins, shown to have cholesterol-lowering effects. 

Organic Mint

Mint has been used for thousands of years to aid indigestion, relieve cramps, whiten teeth and as a sleep aid. Peppermint oil contains a compound - menthol - which is though to help alleviate IBS symptoms through its relaxing effects on the muscles of the digestive tract.

Organic Monk Fruit
Monk Fruit is a sweetener harvested from Southeast Asia. Remove the seeds and skin and crush the fruit, and the resulting extract is, like Stevia, about 200 times sweeter than sugar. Monk Fruit is native to China, and has been used there as a medicinal remedy for centuries. Monk Fruit is known to contain super-antioxidants called mogrosides.

Organic Acacia Gum

Acacia Gum is known as gum arabic and acacia fiber. Rich in soluble fiber, it is a prebiotic that can stimulate the growth of beneficial bacteria in the intestines to support proper digestion.


KOS Organic Daily Green is perfect if...

» You struggle to get enough greens in your daily diet.

» You have a tough time getting your kids to eat their veggies.

» You want easy-to-take nutrition when you travel.

» You've tried greens drinks before but never liked the taste.

» You want to nourish gut flora for colon health to feel better.


Suggested Use
Add 1 serving (1 scoop) to 8-12 oz. of cold water or your favorite beverage.


We recommend mixing one serving (1 scoop) in 8-12 fluid ounces of cold water first thing in the morning (on an empty stomach) to encourage alkalization. Shake in a shaker cup or mix into your favorite smoothie.

Free Of
GMOs and animal ingredients.

*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: 1 Scoop
Servings per Container: About 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Total Fat0 g0%
   Saturated Fat0 g0%
Total Carbohydrate6 g2%
   Dietary Fiber2 g7%
   Total Sugars1 g
Protein1 g
Calcium28 mg2%
Iron3 mg17%
Sodium20 mg<1%
Potassium119 mg3%
KOS® Organic Algae Superfood Blend
Organic Chlorella, Organic Spirulina
250 mg*
KOS® Organic Alkalizing Green Blend
Organic Wheatgrass Juice powder, Organic Wheatgrass whole powder, Organic Oat Grass whole powder
3.5 g*
KOS® Organic Fruit and Veggie Blend
Organic Lemon juice powder, Organic Cabbage powder, Organic Kale powder, Organic Broccoli, Organic Apple, Organic Green Bell Pepper
3.25 g*
KOS® Organic Digestive Prebiotic Blend
Organic Isomalto-oligosaccharide, Organic Acacia Gum
2 g*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Organic apple flavor, organic monk fruit extract, organic mint flavor, organic stevia extract (whole leaf).

Made in a facility that may also process eggs, tree nuts, sesame, peanuts, fish, crustaceans, shellfish, and wheat products.


Consult with your health practitioner before use if you are pregnant or nursing.

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Should you swap your gym membership for gardening gloves? A recent survey found that 55 percent (71.5 million) of American households actively maintain a garden—but what about this pastime makes it so beneficial for your wellness? You might be shocked at just how much this hobby can impact your mental and physical health! If you’re ready to try something a little different, or just want to know how your current gardening hobby is helping you, here’s the 411. Plus, we have some tips on how to integrate it into your wellness routine.

Woman Digging in Garden to Represent Concept of Is Gardening Good ExerciseThe mental health benefits of gardening

There is something holistically restorative for the mind about a pastime that combines both physical exertion and a connection to nature. Especially because it gets you to unplug from your devices and immerse yourself in an activity. Here are some of the top mental health benefits of gardening:
  • Less stress
  • Social connection
  • Fresh air in your lungs
  • Improved diet (which can improve things like mental clarity and energy)
It’s therapeutic to feel the radiant sun on your cheeks, the fresh air in your lungs and the moist earth in your hands!

The physical health benefits of gardening

You may be shocked to know that gardening can actually be a workout! While it may not challenge your body quite as much as your weight lifting workout, it can still help you build muscle, endurance and strength. Here’s how.

1. Functional movement

When you dig, plant, weed or perform other tasks in a garden, you can burn as much as 330 calories in one hour or 165 calories in 30 minutes. These gentle movements promote functional mobility and range of motion without all the intensity of more traditional, high-impact exercises. In fact, a study in the Lancet Planet Health Journal shows that gardening can help minimize sedentary behaviors and encourage adherence to an active lifestyle. This means if you’ve been struggling to stick with a workout routine, gardening could help!

2. Cardiovascular health

Actions such as hoeing or raking can increase your heart rate and strengthen cardiovascular function. According to new research from the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, gardeners perform 18 hours of moderate aerobic exercise per week, on average, compared to their counterparts. This results in healthier blood pressure and cholesterol levels, less chronic risk factors for diabetes or heart disease and a lower mortality rate overall. Plus, you have a gorgeous garden to show for it!

3. Endurance and strength

Another recent study in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health found that even just 10 gardening sessions can improve total-body strength, while also boosting endurance and muscular stamina. That’s because it requires a vigorous amount of exertion to lift and pour soil bags, shovel dirt or mulch, push wheelbarrows and perform other load-bearing movements that cause resistance in your arms, legs and core muscles.

4. Flexibility and balance

Gardening often includes motions like bending, stretching and reaching, all of which can help increase balance and flexibility. Gardeners report less physical restrictions, arthritis symptoms and chronic pain in their knees, hands, wrists and backs, points out the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Gardeners also tend to be much less susceptible to fall-related injuries as they age due to mobility and balance improvements.

5. Musculoskeletal gains

Exposure to direct sunlight can lower blood pressure and stimulate natural Vitamin D production, the Clinical Medicine Journal explains. Outdoor activities like gardening can help accelerate this process. Vitamin D is essential for musculoskeletal health and function because it increases bone mineral density, elevates muscular performance and counteracts the effects of sarcopenia (muscle loss), according to the Nutrients Journal.

How to make gardening part of your routine

Not only is gardening an effective way to promote fitness gains—it’s also simple and seamless to work into your existing routine. Whether you can spare 10 minutes or two hours of free time to devote to a garden each day, here are a few action steps to make this activity a consistent (not to mention, enjoyable) part of your schedule:

Start with a couple of small, manageable tasks.

Ease yourself into a new gardening routine with basic tasks such as pulling weeds or watering plants for 5 to 10 minutes, then gradually carve out room in your schedule for more time-consuming tasks.

Identify the specific goals you want to achieve.

Determine what you plan to do with this garden. Whether it’s to pursue a fun and active hobby, cultivate fresh produce or design a tranquil outdoor space, a concrete goal will boost your motivation.

Schedule time for your new activity.

Allocate specific times in the day or week for your gardening activities. Consider these time blocks non-negotiable, just as you would treat any other valuable commitment or wellness priority.

Emphasize which tasks need the most attention.

Make a list of gardening chores that you’ll need to take care of on a routine basis—such as watering, weeding, pruning and planting. Tackle these activities in order of importance and time sensitivity to not only stay active, but keep your garden happy!

Combine gardening with other daily activities.

Look for resourceful, creative ways to incorporate gardening with other daily tasks. For example, you could water plants while you drink coffee in the morning or pull weeds while you talk on the phone. This “habit-stacking” can help you stick with it.

Learn and experiment with various techniques.

Educate yourself on different plant varieties, gardening methods, best practices, and other elements to keep you excited about this pursuit. This is not only good for your garden, but your brain as well!

Garden your way to a more fit and active lifestyle

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