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I've been able to look at both of y'all's links, plus I've done some other research, as well.
I've decided to go with Garden of Life's Great Greens (Perfect Food RAW); and I've even found a retailer within the U.S. (which will help with the shipping costs).
Like the both of y'all, I, too, prefer to get my greens & other veggies from fresh, raw produce. I've been juicing on / off for about 20 years now (I'm currently "on" again, and hope to continue this as a daily lifestyle).
I'm not always able to have fresh produce on hand, however; so I wanted to be able to supplement my fresh veggie juices with the powders.
By the way, if y'all haven't already read Dr. Norman Walker's book, "Vegetable and Fruite Juices / What's missing in your body?", I would definitely recommend y'all do so. He is considered the father of juicing, and the book is absolutely fantastic.
Again, thanks for y'all's time and replies; I appreciate them both!
Thanks for you replies, Fit_Artist and Jillian40! I'll check out the links.
When I feel like adding something like a powdered substance to my food I like Amazing meal chocolate infusion. I add it to my smoothie (and fresh spinach as well). I also add it to my oatmeal sometimes.
It is described as, "...organic Green Superfood with plant based protein, fruits and vegetables. Each serving has 10 grams of complete protein and 6 grams of fiber. "
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Of course I always try to get my greens fresh, but when travelling or in a hurry I have some of THIS on hand Raw, organic, greens.
I have tried. Tastes OK (haven't tried ANY raw green powders that taste WONDERFUL lol)
I can't eat gluten and I don't eat soy. No added sugars either. This stuff is good to go.
"If it tastes good; Spit it out!" ~ Jack Lalanne
I'm looking for green drink powders that are soy-free, caffeine-free and gluten-free and also do not contain any type of added sugars nor sugar substitutes.
If anyone can help me, please provide links to the products' website.
Please only provide links to those products that you have actually tried because I'd also like to hear you opinions on the products.
Thanks so much,