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Struggling to Eat Your Greens? This Naked Nutrition Powder Can Help

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Staying healthy means eating your greens, and there’s a reason behind that. It’s not just a coincidence that green vegetables are good for you—they get their color from chlorophyll, a potent antioxidant that helps plants with photosynthesis and helps humans with both mental and physical health.

A body of research suggests that antioxidants help to prevent cell damage from free radicals (essentially unstable atoms). This cell damage can lead to illnesses and may even speed up the aging process.

This is why it’s so important to consume your five-a-day and make sure many of them are green. The chlorophyll in green vegetables—like broccoli, spinach, and kale—may help to stimulate the immune system and reduce the risk of developing diseases later in life, like dementia.

If you know you don’t consume enough green vegetables at mealtimes, a greens powder could help. The vegetables are dehydrated, but they are still a nutritious addition to a balanced diet, notes registered dietician Marsha McCulloch.

“Greens powder may enhance overall wellness, support immune function, and help reduce chronic disease risk,” she wrote for Healthline. She added that more research on other potential benefits is needed.

McCulloch also notes that most greens powders contain between 25 and 40 ingredients.

This is why Naked Nutrition’s vegan daily Naked Super Greens Powder stands out.

It features six healthy organic green ingredients: broccoli, alfalfa grass, kale, spinach, spirulina, and wheatgrass. With the “perfect balance” of antioxidants, it’s designed to get you feeling your best and boost your immune system.

Naked Greens contains organic probiotics.

‘Each Ingredient Serves a Purpose’

The company notes that while other products list more ingredients, there is only a tiny sprinkling of each in the scoop you end up consuming. But with just six ingredients, you get a powerfully nutrient-dense portion of green vegetables with every serving.

Registered dietitian Lauren Manaker MS, RDN, LD, told LIVEKINDLY: “[Six ingredients] is certainly a positive. When people are trying to support their health, they should be avoiding ingredients that are considered fillers, as well as anything that is artificial.”

“The six ingredients used are all clean and help support health goals,” she continued.

The Naked Super Greens Powder also has organic probiotics, prebiotic fiber, and two adaptogens: organic ashwagandha and organic panax ginseng. Together, these plants may help to support adrenal function. They may also help to energize you, reduce mental fatigue, lift your mood, and prevent stress.

“Other ingredients, like ashwagandha, have been shown to support muscle growth, as well as other health benefits,” added Manaker. “Each ingredient serves a purpose and supports health goals. It is a clean, non-GMO greens powder that is versatile and beneficial.”

Naked Nutrition’s Powdered Peanut Butter features slow-roasted peanuts.

Naked Nutrition’s Other Products

If you enjoy working out, Naked Nutrition can also help with your fitness goals. As well as the greens powder, the brand offers a wide range of vegan protein powders, including Pea Protein and Powdered Peanut Butter.

The peanuts for the latter are slow-roasted, non-GMO, and, just like the rest of Naked Nutrition’s ingredients, they’re sourced from farms in the U.S. If you want all the nutritional benefits, but you still want to treat yourself, you can also add it to baked goods, like cakes, cookies, and muffins.

Naked Nutrition’s other vegan protein powders include Chocolate Pea Protein Powder, Organic Brown Rice Protein Powder, Vanilla Pea Protein Powder, and a Vegan Weight Gainer Supplement.

Naked Nutrition also offers Chocolate Pea Protein powder.

If you love Naked Nutrition’s products, subscribing regularly is also an option—so you don’t have to worry about remembering to re-order. You can ask for delivery every one, two, or three months depending on your preference, and you can cancel at any time.

Subscribing makes living a healthy lifestyle that little bit easier, which is particularly important right now. “The COVID-19 pandemic has been a stressful time for many, but maintaining a healthy lifestyle can support a person’s overall health and should remain a priority,” Manaker said in a recent statement.

She added that buying supplements online can support a healthy lifestyle. “Swapping out unhealthy habits and replacing them with good choices is a step that many Americans should be taking,” she noted.

To find out more about Naked Nutrition’s products, including its Super Greens Powder, see here. Subscribers will receive 5% off.


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This post was last modified on July 15, 2020 2:40 pm

Charlotte Pointing

Senior Editor, UK | Southsea, United Kingdom | Contactable via charlotte@livekindly.com

Charlotte has an upper second class honors in History from Oxford Brookes University and a postgraduate certificate in Cultural Heritage from Winchester University. She loves music, travel, and animals. Charlotte resides on the South coast of the UK.

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