Hey everyone! Welcome back to my blog, I hope this summer has been good to you! I wanted to share a quick tip and new (and delicious) greens drink mix.
I’m sure you have heard of “green drinks” or “powdered greens” before but what the heck are these drinks actually made of ? Should you add greens to your daily diet; and what is the best way to do so? The term “greens” referrers to a mixture of nutrient rich vegetables in powder form. Most people have a hard time getting all the veggies we need in out daily diet. These green drinks are a great way to get more nutrients into your daily diet and help you stick to a healthy lifestyle.
I have been drinking the Kiwami Greens for the past few weeks. I love the flavor of Matcha green tea and this has a similar taste! As a mom of two and personal trainer I get really busy some days and don’t have time to make the best food choices. These greens come in single serving size packets so I can take them with me on the go, leave them in my car and I even have some in my gym bag.
I have tried other popular “green drink” mixes before but the taste was such a turn off I couldn’t get used to drinking them. One of my favorite things about the Kiwami Greens is the smooth flavor, it taste like matcha and mixes well with all sorts of stuff!
WHAT YOU GET WITH KIWAMI GREENS
- vitamins A, B, C and E
- folic acids
- vitamin B6
Why Kiwami Greens is different – So you guys know I only talk about a food if I really like it and if I think you could all benefit from it. One of main reasons this greens mix is different is because of its unique ingredients – even greens I had never even heard of! One if the ingredients is Ashitaba – a unique plant that has been used in Japanese medicine for years. It’s high in vitamins B1, B2, B6, dietary fiber and calcium. It contains Matcha (which not only taste great) but is high in folic and amino acids.
I am always looking for new, simple ways to add more nutrients to my diet and find things I can recommend to my clients. I like to use my greens mixed in with yoghurt or water and I even made “matcha cupcakes” and added a packet to the batter! Kiwami Greens are sold in box with 30 .01oz packets. They even have an option where you can get the greens shipped to you monthly so you never run low.
Let me know if you have ever tried these and what you think! Don’t forget to subscribe to my blog so you don’t miss a post. (I won’t send you a bunch of emails I swear) Do you have a favorite greens recipe or idea?! Leave a comment below! Thank you for stopping by my blog! xo