What makes Moringafi Green Juice better than other superfood brands? Our Green Juice mix is SUPERCHARGED with 33% Premium-grade Moringa Oleifera, and contains NO cheap fruit and vegetable powder 'fillers' like spinach, celery and kale.
When it comes to SUPERFOOD powders, Moringafi Green Juice is the REAL DEAL.
In general, green juices are packed full of nutrients such as Iron, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin K, protein, potassium, sodium, calcium, fiber, minerals, folate, natural sugars, and antioxidants.
When considering if a green juice is really good for you or not, it's important to understand that not all green juices are made equal. Here are some key factors to weigh up:
When making a green juice, be it fresh or in powder form, just throwing anything green in it doesn't make it 'good for you'. For example, for many years spinach was hailed as a super food, rich in iron. Heck, it even gave Pop-eye his strength! But scientific research as revealed that spinach is very high in oxalic acid. This significantly impacts the bio-availability of the nutrients derived from spinach. As a result, it has been found that the body can only absorb 2% of the iron found in spinach.
Spinach, kale, celery and various kinds of fruit, both fresh and in powder form, are common ingredients in green juice. Although these foods could be considered 'healthy foods', they are not 'Superfoods', and many can be obtained as part of a normal diet. As such, a green juice which is really good for you would contain more superfoods - not just a bunch of everyday basic healthy foods.
There is a misconception that juicing fresh fruit and vegetables is better than using a pre-mixed green juice superfood powder. Whether this is true or not depends on the type of pre-mixed green juice superfood powder that is being compared with the fresh mix. A basic green juice powder mix containing cheap vegetable fillers like spinach and celery, would not be as good as juicing fresh spinach and celery. However, a really good quality green juice superfood powder like Moringafi Green Juice would beat a standard fresh green vegetable juice in nutrients each time - hands down.
An exception to this would be if you were to have fresh Moringa and other superfoods, and juice them all up together. That could possibly be equal or better than a powdered mix - but who has time for that? The convenience of a pre-mix superfood powder makes it easier for busy people to take every day, not to mention tasting so much better than fresh juices. (Pro tip: Fresh superfood juices usually taste awful, are very hard to get down, and hit the stomach hard.)
The best green juice will not contain cheap fruit and vegetable 'fillers', but will contain a few, well-balanced superfoods. Be wary of green juice powders that contain a plethora of ingredients. Mixes with more than 15 ingredients will usually end up with just a few micrograms of each ingredient. A microgram is one-millionth of a gram! When looking at the ingredients of some of these super green juice mixes, you'll see the name of the ingredient, followed by a number and the code 'ug' or 'mcg'. This means that you would likely barely even see the ingredient if it were on a spoon - let alone any benefit from it! So aim for a green juice that has an uncomplicated mix of potent superfoods, like moringa, turmeric, spirulina, chlorella, and matcha green tea.
Green Juices can help you lose weight in a number of ways. For example, consumers of Moringafi Green Juice have reported that it helps reduce hunger cravings. Not really feeling like eating really helps in preventing the calories from entering your body in the first place! Other ways that green juices help with weight loss are through detox and general well-being.
The key cause of weight-gain is sugar - in any of its forms. So make sure that your green juice isn't full of sugar. Natural sweeteners like stevia, thaumatin, and monkfruit are all great alternatives.
Moringafi Green Juice is different from any other green juice on the market. Moringafi Green Juice is actually powered by the most potent green superfood in existence – Moringa Oleifera. Moringa Oleifera makes up a whopping 33% of the mixture! Other ingredients include matcha green tea, spirulina, chlorella, turmeric, black pepper, beetroot, coconut water, and a flavor base of mint, pineapple, and natural sweeteners.
Traditionally, one of the biggest problems with superfoods were that they tasted awful. Therefore, many green juice manufactures steered away from expensive, bad-tasting superfoods, and used cheap fruit and vegetable powders instead. Fruit and vegetable powders can be made to taste great quite naturally. However, the real power and potency comes from superfoods. So many customers have commented on how much better Moringafi Green Juice tastes compared to other superfood brands they have tried.
If you want to make your own fresh green juice, you’ll find it to be a lot of work and mess. The hassle of buying ingredients, doing the cleaning and preparation, setting up the blender, processing it all then having to clean it, really makes it hard to do on a daily basis. You’ll also find that there is a very high cost involved in purchasing both fresh and dried ingredients. By comparison, a single serve of Moringafi Green Juice costs around $2. To buy all the fresh ingredients would cost much more than that. To get the same effect, you’d also need to buy the superfood powders like spirulina and chlorella which can’t be purchased fresh.
If you are determined to make your own fresh green juice recipe, there is no shortage of ingredients you could use. Even though many ingredients will not provide much nutritional benefit, at least they will provide variety. Some people use green apples, herbs, lime, celery stalks, baby spinach, swiss chard, kale leaves, ginger, cucumber, lemon, carrots, basil, beets, honey, mint, arugula, and grapefruit, just to mention a few!
In conclusion, when weighing up all the factors above, it is pretty easy to see why so many people are loving Moringafi Green Juice. It simply ticks all the boxes for convenience, taste, and power.