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johnnyb
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Alfalfa, spirulina, chlorella, wheat grass.... geeze! so many to choose from.

I know all are nutritious, and chlorella supposedly binds mercury so you can excrete it, but since I don't want to be chewing / swallowing all of these every day, I figured I'd check with you guys.

Is one of the above considered superior to the others? What do you take?

Thanks, all.

- JB


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My absolute favorite hands down for *absorbable* green nutrition is Superfood (herbdoc.com). It's got like a billion good things in it and you just stir 2 teaspoons in water or juice every day and drink it.

I just looked up the ingredients:

Spirulina Blue-Green Algae, Chlorella Algae, Alfalfa grass, Barley grass, Wheat grass, Purple Dulse Seaweed, Beet root, Spinach leaf, Rose hips, Orange and Lemon peels and non-active Saccharomyces cervisiae Nutritional Yeast.

Cheers,

Alison


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OMG! I just did some searching on wheatgrass and found this old post, which I somehow missed and forgot to thank you for your response, Alison.

Well, a belated Thank You! [Big Grin]

- JB

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Anybody have good source of Superfoods at reasonable price

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Keebler
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Superfoods at reasonable price? -

Kale, Collard, Chard, Bok Choy . . . with every meal.
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Barley grass is by far my favorite

I use Vitabase Barley grass- Mix it in a little water and drink it- Taste pretty good as well.

http://www.vitabase.com/r-vqvx9/supplements/energy/vita-barley.aspx

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