Pure Planet Kosher Organic Green Kamut Powder Description:
-May support healthy immune function
-Can help combat fatigue and increase energy
-May support natural detoxification
-Supports healthy digestive function
-Helps naturally alkalize and oxygenate the body
Among nature’s most potent leafy green vegetables are the cereal grasses, unique plants that are so packed with a broad spectrum of nutrition that they are sometimes referred to as nature’s multivitamin. Pure Planet offers two non-pasteurized cereal grass juice powders, grown in organic soil, from organic seeds, using organic methods. Cultivated in the clear fresh air of high altitudes, these grasses are exposed to intense sunlight which stimulates exceptional nutrient content. Unlike tray-grown varieties, our farm-grown grasses allow deep roots to absorb more minerals, which are then absorbed by you. You won’t find any fillers, sweeteners or additives of any kind in our cereal grass juice powders, which is why they’re:
-USDA Certified Organic
-Awarded the Diabetic Resource Center’s Seal of Approval
You will find a wealth of easily digestible nutrients, including:
-Light weight vegetarian protein
-Antioxidants and digestive enzymes with anti-aging properties
-Alkaline potential to normalize pH and counteract the build-up of toxic acids
-A wide spectrum of vitamins and minerals including calcium, iron, vitamin K, C, B-vitamins, folic acid, betacarotene, magnesium and others
-Chlorophyll, considered essential to health by many experts Pure Planet cereal grass juice powders detoxify the body, rebuild tissue, provide an excellent source of antioxidants, promote beneficial flora in the intestines, help normalize blood sugar, foster weight loss, oxygenate and alkalize the blood and promote radiant skin. Now that’s what we call a superfood.
Containing an ancient Egyptian form of non-hybrid, noncrossbred wheatgrass, our organic Green Kamut is a mild and rejuvenating blend of 65% young deep green kamut leaf and 35% mature alfalfa. Green Kamut is widely considered more nutritionally dense than common wheatgrass, while alfalfa roots grow deep into the soil to capture more minerals and nutrients.