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Greens Without The Grass represents the next generation of green powders.


All of the ingredients are grown at the Lone Duck Farm in Saugerties, New York.


The greens are hand de-stemmed and then low-temperature air-dried (under 115 degrees).


After that, they are milled and bottled quickly to preserve their nutrient value.


This amazing farm produces incredible foods using regenerative agriculture. There are no synthetic herbicides, pesticides, or fungicides used. All of the ingredients are non-GMO as well.


The time from harvest to drying is under 48 hours in order to preserve the nutritional value of the greens.


 Greens Without The Grass leaves behind the grassy taste that plagues most green powders. 


Greens Without The Grass Regenerative and Raw Green Foods Blend is free of grasses (cow food), and only the premium parts of the greens are used. No stems here! Stems don't add nutritional value but are a bulk filler that most companies use to make the product cheaper to produce. The stems from our hand-harvested and processed greens are fed to the friendly farm goats, so you only get the most nutrient-dense portion of the greens, and nothing is wasted.


Greens Without The Grass Regenerative and Raw Green Foods Blend tastes great and mixes smoothly without the fillers (inulin, fos, cellulose, flax powder, and pectin), sweeteners, flavorings (artificial and "natural"), and emulsifiers (lecithin) found in nearly all greens powders.


Regenerative and Raw Green Foods Powder Ingredients: Lacinato Kale, Swiss Chard, Spinach, and Beet Greens. That's it!


Green powders are all the rage, but most of them have a number of issues, from quality control to fairy dusting.


So what should you look for in a greens powder?


A small ingredient list - If a product has 20-50 or more ingredients, they are all going to be in such small amounts that they won't provide benefits. Look for products with just a few ingredients so you get a good amount of each one.


No Additives - Avoid products with fillers (inulin, fos, cellulose, pectin), sweeteners, and flavorings (artificial and "natural"), as well as emulsifiers (lecithin). These are used to cover up poor-quality ingredients and to make the products cheaper to manufacture. The only ingredients should be green foods.


Low-temperature drying - Most green powders are spray-dried at high temperatures, which causes a lot of nutrient loss. Look for products that are air-dried or freeze-dried at temperatures under 120 degrees to ensure the product contains the full nutritional value of fresh greens.


Traceability - It can be hard to know where all the ingredients in a green powder come from, so choose a product that you can see the farm where each ingredient was grown.


Fast processing - If the ingredients are harvested and sit in a warehouse for a long time, they will lose their nutritional value. Look for products that use ingredients that were processed, dried, and packaged shortly after harvesting.


No grass - Wheatgrass, barley grass, and alfalfa are cheap ingredients that act as fillers in green powders because they are cheap and take up a lot of space. These ingredients do not have the nutritional value that greens like chard, spinach, and kale have. Look for products that are free of grasses (cow food) and contain nothing but green vegetables.


Packaging - Look for products packaged in dark glass jars. This helps to protect the greens from light, which reduces their nutritional value. Glass is also much more environmentally friendly!


Does your greens powder check all of these boxes?


Greens Without The Grass Green Foods Blend - 90 grams

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