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What Is in Beyond Greens?

09/24/2021

Beyond GreensTM has been getting a lot of interest and for a good reason. Beyond GreensTM is our Live Conscious energy, detox, and immunity support mix. Supporting immune systems has moved up on the priority list for many, especially with cold weather coming.

Beyond GreensTM is a potent superfood blend that combines echinacea, Rhodiola, milk thistle, probiotics, and four different mushrooms. This scientifically formulated mix is designed to help you hit your health goals and feel better about your choices. We like to think of Beyond GreensTM as a reimagined version of the multivitamin designed to improve overall health through nature.

Benefits of Taking Beyond Greens

With such a nutrition-packed product, as you can imagine, there are many health benefits that come from our carefully curated mix. Some of the benefits you can get when taking Beyond GreensTM include:

♦ Immune system support 
♦ Harmonious gut health 
♦ Whole-body detoxification support
♦ Clean energy 

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Beyond Greens Key Ingredients

Our ingredients are clean, pure, and individually selected for the benefits they provide. Each naturally-sourced ingredient can support your goals in a gentle yet effective way aligned with Live Conscious values. Let’s look deeper.

Milk Thistle

Milk thistle or silymarin is a flowering herb traditionally used to help support the liver and gallbladder in whole-body detoxification. Silymarin is an antioxidant that comes from the seeds of this plant. There are also some possible cholesterol management benefits associated with this ingredient.

Rhodiola Rosea

Rhodiola Rosea is an herb that is sometimes called Arctic root because it is grown in cold mountainous regions of Europe and Asia. It’s also referred to as the golden root.

Rhodiola Rosea’s roots are considered adaptogens, meaning that they help your body adapt to everyday occurrences of stress. This makes them especially useful for people who experience common instances of fatigue and mood imbalances. Rhodiola Rosea has been found potentially useful in many ways, including memory support, promoting fitness performance, and supporting healthy blood sugar levels. Of course, more studies are needed, but so far, the results are quite promising.

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Echinacea

There are nine species of echinacea, all native to the North American region. They’re most commonly known by their flower, the coneflower. Echinacea is a fairly well-known and popular ingredient that’s used to support immune system functions. 

Matcha

Many people are familiar with matcha today because it has become a very trendy tea. Matcha comes from green tea plants grown in the shade because they produce more theanine and caffeine that way. However, matcha isn’t just found in tea; it’s also used to dye foods such as mochi, soba noodles, and green tea ice cream.

The caffeine in matcha is used to promote alertness and can be useful in fitness regimens. But it's theanine that Japanese Zen monks value in their rituals because it reduces common occurrences of stress. It’s also popular for its delicious umami flavor.

Matcha may also help promote liver health, aid in weight management, support cognitive function, promote immune health, and support healthy blood sugar levels.

Chlorella in tubes in a science lab

Chlorella

Chlorella is an algae packed with antioxidants, and it’s a complete protein source with all of the amino acids present. It’s gotten a lot of attention lately because there are several potential health benefits to chlorella. It’s great for cholesterol management, supports whole-body detoxification, promotes immune system response, helps manage blood pressure and blood sugars, and it’s an antioxidant — talk about a superfood!

Lactospore

Lactospore or Bacillus Coagulans is a potent probiotic that uses that same bacterial strain found in Japanese natto. It’s known for its powerful digestive health support and its immune-promoting qualities. The goal of taking a probiotic like Lactospore is to help balance the body’s intestinal flora in a natural way that promotes overall health and wellness.

FOS & XOS (Fructo- and Xylo-Oligosaccharides)

What are fructooligosaccharides and xylooligosaccharides, or FOS and XOS? They’re nondigestible prebiotics that help feed the probiotics in your body to support their efficacy. Together, probiotics and prebiotics offer a number of health benefits in the body, especially the gastrointestinal tract, where they reside.

Acacia gum on tree

Acacia Gum

Acacia gum is also called gum arabic and has a lot of other names. It’s the hardened sap of two different types of the acacia tree. It’s harvested from the trees and used in many different products, though often used as a food stabilizer. We’ve harnessed the power of acacia gum because it can help promote the strength of your intestinal wall and aid in digestion. It may also be another beneficial agent for the all-important microbiome.

Ceylon Cinnamon

Ceylon cinnamon is a type of cinnamon that has a slightly citrusy flavor and scent. It’s a very common cinnamon and is often used in baking and cooking foods. Cinnamon has a number of great benefits and is most often promoted for its positive health effects in maintaining healthy blood sugar levels. Ceylon cinnamon also has some antioxidant and antimicrobial effects, so it supports immune health and can help manage blood pressure, and help maintain the body's natural cognitive function.

Waking Up to Wellness

If you’re now realizing you could use some of these benefits and that maybe it’d be a good idea to have these ingredients working for your health, we agree! That’s why we pulled them all together to make Beyond GreensTM. We’re looking to provide health benefits that go beyond the ordinary to create extraordinary value. 

Beyond GreensTM is designed to support your gut microbiome so that it can work synergistically to promote immune health, energy levels, and mood. Discover how going Beyond can help you live your best life.