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Total Nutrition by Immortalherbs


Hoping on the fitness train means looking to things to help fill the gaps in my diet as I try to discover the perfect balance. Recently I was given the chance to review a product that could possibly help do just that. Total Nutrition is a product which is rich in antioxidants, amino acids, enzymes, nutrients, vitamins, and phyto-nutrients. All of these are required to take your body from what they call "surviving" to "vibrant".  Total Nutrition contains a diverse blend of premium quality superfood ingredients that come from across the globe.  This cutting-edge global blend of superfoods makes Total Nutrition extremely dense in nutrients, vitamins and minerals.  In fact, just one tablespoon is enough to provide the average American with an entire day's worth of nutrients!  
Now unfortunately I only received enough for a one time sample so I can not tell you the long term effects like I normally would, but what I can tell you is the taste, mix-ability, and how it made me feel on a short term bases. I decided to mix it with a morning protein shake so I could more or less get a complete meal on a day where I was just really not hungry. Now I won't lie this probably would have been better if I had mixed it with juice.lol I think the smell made it more difficult to drink then the taste. The smell of alfalfa is very strong and when mixed with a mild protein powder the cover-up wasn't there. Lessons learned, mix with juice :) or blend in a fruit smoothie.lol

It didn't mix great in my blender cup.
Total Nutrition is comprised of:  Barley Grass, Wheat Grass, Spirulina, Spinach, Alfalfa Leaf, Kelp, Dulse Leaf, Barley Grass Juice, Orange Peel, Beet Root, Dandelion Leaf, Lemon Peel, Gingko Leaf, Wheat Grass Juice, Maca Root, Cacao, Ashwagandha, Sacha Inchi, Manuka Honey, Bee Pollen, Reishi Mushroom, Blueberry, Black Currant, Wild Bilberry, Wild Lingonberry, Aronia, Pomegranate, Concord Grape, Red Raspberry, Sour Cherry, Wild Elderberry, Wild Cranberry, Black Raspberry, Goji Berries and Schiznadra Berries.   These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Adminstration.  This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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