It’s simple to clean your outside but not so easy to cleanse your inside. With Agel’s new GRN, it just got a whole lot easier.
It’s simple to clean your outside but not so easy to cleanse your inside. With Agel’s new GRN, it just got a whole lot easier. GRN’s powerful formulation helps cleanse the digestive system by stimulating the digestive track and supporting the healthy bacteria already at work inside you.
Detoxify with GRN
Our bodies absorb all kinds of things: some good for us, some not. GRN was specifically formulated with some of the most powerful phytonutrients such as spirulinaand chlorophyll to nourish and detoxify your body.
Keeps you on the move
With its powerful blend of phytonutrients, GRN keeps the digestive track moving. Whole
food fibrous particles stimulate peristalsis, the muscle motion that moves food from one stage to the next. Phytonutrients feed, detoxify, cleanse, and nourish the digestive tract.
What can GRN do for you?
Here are just a few of the many potential benefits:
Agel® GRN was specifically formulated to deliver a powerful dose of plant-based nutrients. Plants are the basis of life on this planet. They are the food source for microscopic organisms and the largest animals on land or sea. One particular classification of nutrients in plants is what’s known as phytonutrients. Phytonutrients are biologically active nutrients that are not vitamins or minerals but provide great benefit to the body. GRN harnesses the power of these phytonutrients and delivers them in suspension gel. Now you can easily eat your greens like Mom always told you.
GRN is superior to other products on the market because we use whole food ingredients, which means the fibrous plant particles are included in the product, providing tremendous benefit. GRN was specifically formulated to aid digestion, help cleanse and detoxify the body. Now let us take a look at a few of the key ingredients in GRN.
Chlorella Vulgaris is a unique single-celled freshwater green algae that happens to be a major component of phytoplankton. While Chlorella Vulgaris is not widely known in North America it is extensively used in the Orient. In fact Chlorella is the number one selling food supplement in Japan and other Asian countries. Chlorella Vulgaris contains a balance of phytonutrients and cofactors beneficial to overall restoration and maintenance of health. It also contains a high concentration of chlorophyll, nucleic acid, amino acids, enzymes, vitamins and minerals. Extensive studies have shown the benefits of Chlorella Vulgaris including immune system function, heavy metal detoxification of the body, digestive system support and acting as a food source for the active beneficial bacteria in our bodies. Many studies have suggested that Chlorella Vulgaris can also help support a healthy cardiovascular system.
Wheat Grass is the grass that is produced at the early stages of the wheat plant’s growth cycle. This grass, when harvested young, contains no gluten and has many benefits for the body. In fact, studies have suggested that Wheat Grass helps cleanse the blood and organs as well as assists in the removal of gastrointestinal tract debris. It also stimulates the body’s enzyme systems by enriching the blood. The alkaline state of the minerals in wheat grass can also help reduce acidity.
Barley Grass is another grass that’s harvested at the early stages in the growth cycle of the barley plant. Studies have shown Barley Grass has great benefits including boosting energy, assisting the immune system and helping detoxify the body from pollutants.
Spirulina Algae, like Chlorella Vulgaris, is another blue-green algae from freshwater. Spirulina contains an unusual amount of protein for a plant, between 55-75% dry weight and is also a complete protein, meaning it contains all the essential amino acids. It is also rich in gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), linoleic acid (LA), stearidonic acid (SDA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), docosaphexaenoic acid (DHA) and arachidonic acid (AA). Spirulina is an excellent source of B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin D and vitamin E.
Spinach has many health benefits including bone mineralization, skin protection, cardiovascular benefits, neurological benefits and much more. Spinach is an excellent source of minerals, vitamins and phytonutrients. Specifically Spinach is high in such minerals as potassium, manganese, zinc, magnesium, iron, calcium and vitamins such as folate, niacin, vitamin A, B6 and C. Spinach is also high in rich pigments like beta carotene, lutein and xanthene.
Broccoli is a common vegetable used all over the world. It has great detoxification effects because of the presence of vitamin C, sulphur and certain amino acids.Broccoli is also very high in fiber which stimulates the digestive tract cleansing it and getting it ready for nutrient absorption.
Peppermint Leaf has a long history of medicinal use with archeological evidence point back to ten thousand years ago. Peppermint Leaf has many benefits for the digestive tract including relaxing, soothing, cleansing and invigorating. Peppermint Leaf is high in bio-flavonoids and exhibits antioxidant activity.
Spearmint Leaf has many of the same properties as Peppermint Leaf. The two work synergistically together to amplify their digestive health properties. Spearmint Leafcan also reduce gas produced by normal food digestion.
Sodium Copper Chlorophyllin (Chlorophyll)
Chlorophyll is the substance responsible for the green pigmentation in plants. It absorbs the sun’s energy and facilitates photosynthesis in plants. Chlorophyll is to plants what blood is to humans. In fact it is very similar in chemical makeup to human blood except the central atom in Chlorophyll is magnesium whereas in human blood the central atom is iron, this and the fact that Chlorophyll is central to plant metabolism which is where most of the benefits for humans is derived. Chlorophyllhelps neutralize the pollutants that attack our bodies, delivers high doses of magnesium, helps assist in blood oxygenation and is useful in the assimilation of calcium and other heavy minerals. Chlorophyll is also a great odor reducer for the body.
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Wheat Grass References
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