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InVite® Health Introduces New Food-Based Dietary Supplement – Greens Hx™
Date:5/20/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) May 20, 2013

InVite® Health, a leading nutraceutical firm headquartered in New York City, today announced the introduction of its new Greens Hx™ product; a food-based dietary supplement powder that provides high density nutrition with plant extracts from 39 super foods including sea greens, soy lecithin, vegetables, herbs, spices, royal jelly, apple pectin, plant enzymes and non-dairy probiotics. A small scoop of Green Hx™ offers the micronutrients and antioxidant levels of several servings of vegetables. The product is intended to be taken as a dietary supplement for nutritional maintenance of energy, detoxification and elimination. For those unwilling to consume vegetables yet desiring the benefits of a healthful diet, this supplement may be the swiftest path to their consumption. Additionally, the dietary supplement provides 3g of fiber per serving.

Almost everyone is aware of the importance of vegetable nutrition. However eating sufficient quantities of vegetables may prove difficult for families with busy lifestyles, those with children and for the elderly. Greens Hx™ is low in calories and carbohydrates and offers natural protection for every member of the family. Unlike fresh vegetables, the product has a long shelf life and easy to use. It is more convenient to ingest than most foods and may be added to any beverage including water, juice or a smoothie.

“It would be difficult to obtain the full nutritional and health benefits Greens Hx™ provides from a standard diet,” comments Dr. Millie Lytle, a Nutritional Director at InVite® Health, Inc. She adds: “The product addresses inflammation and promotes sound intestinal health and good digestion, a
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