Wheat Grass vs Supplements
Antioxidant Vitamin E, naturally found in wheat grass, is approximately ten times more easily assimilated by the body than any of the synthetic varieties.
Vitamin A, derived from animal products, or from man made supplements, can become dangerously toxic – toxicity warnings are issued with all Vitamin A supplements. In pregnant woman, high doses of Vitamin A can cause embryo deformities. That is not the case with Vitamin A in wheat grass.
Wheat grass seems to have an amazing ability to pick up minerals from the soil, and is able to draw out more than 90 of the minerals (out of an estimated possible 102), which could be found in rich soil! That means you are getting all the vitamins and minerals naturally, no chemically altered substances!
Wheat grass is full of enzymes that are necessary for everyday living.
Irradiation treatments (on food) destroys enzymes and vitamins, thus making the body unbalanced.
Gogreen Wheat Grass has not been irradiated!
This super food is a gift of nature, not something cooked up in a laboratory. Wheat grass, being highly alkaline, is ideal for counteracting the acidic modern diet, plus it’s high in potassium, which is also lacking in many diets, due to our unnatural eating habits. Wheat grass has many remarkable properties. So many, that if you are thinking of taking one herbal supplement with your diet, wheat grass must be one of the front-runners.
When to take:
Ideally, wheat grass is taken about an hour prior to a meal. This allows the body to fully metabolize it without competing with other foods; it may also curb your hunger so you eat less at meal times. It is recommended that you also drink lots of water, to reap the optimum nutritional benefits. Taking Gogreen Wheat Grass as a supplement in the mid-morning or mid-afternoon is a great way to get a “Gogreen” energy boost.
Allergies to wheat?
By the way, if you have wheat allergy, there is nothing to fear. Many people are allergic to gluten, which is part of the wheat berry; however, wheat grass is the immature sprout that has not yet transformed into a glutinous grain, but is instead a deeply green leafy vegetable that contains none of the allergic proteins common to grain. In fact, those who are allergic to wheat grain do not experience any adverse reaction when consuming wheat in its leafy green stage.
Why do we need “Super Green Food”?
Greens are our most important food, because they provide us with all of the essential components of health. They are our food, as well as our medicine. Where green plants cannot grow, we cannot live.