Health Kismet's Incredible Greens comes in a convenient powder form that has a mildly sweet flavor that's slightly grassy and super convenient. If you're looking for a little inspiration here are 19 ways to use Incredible Greens.Get Incredible Greens
Incredible Greens dissolves almost instantly into any liquid, and has a very mild taste. So any drink, whether it be a smoothie, glass of juice, or even water can be turned into a 35 ingredient nutritional juggernaut just by adding a spoonful and mixing it in.
Most soups, sauces, and bases can be mixed with Incredible Greens with no additional effect on taste. They can also be mixed in with lots of condiments to put on your favorite snacks
Any parent knows that getting your children to eat what's good for them can be a pain. Since Incredible Greens has a mild flavor, you can easily give your kids the nutrients they need without them realizing it!
The ingredients in Incredible Greens are good for your metabolism and its convenience makes it easy to support a high-activity lifestyle when on the run.
The work room is famous as a place where potato chips run supreme and waistlines go to bulge. But not with Incredible Greens! With its ease and nutrition, your lunchroom snacks can easily go from zero-to-hero. And because it dissolves so easily, you won't even have to put up with heckling remarks from antagonizing co-workers about the newest diet you're on.
Incredible Greens makes that diet of yours a just a lil' bit easier to stick to. In addition to providing hard-to-find-find nutrients, a spoonful of Incredible Greens helps replace lost nutrients on your "cheat" days and eases your diet's pain when you just can't stand to eat any more vegetables.
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