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New Greens and Protein Powders Help Supply Essential Nutrients
Date:12/28/2012

Gainesville, Fla. (PRWEB) December 28, 2012

Many consumers who have decided to supplement their diets are choosing products they can eat or drink.

Reserveage™ Organics is making it easy to supplement with essential nutrients by creating products that range from chews to bars and powders.

Wholeganic Greens™ and Grass-Fed Whey Protein™ are two of Reserveage Organics’ newest powders—both created for consumers who may not be getting enough of the daily nutrients they need from food.

Very few Americans eat five or more servings of vegetables each day, as recommended by the U.S.D.A. Nutritionists advise adopting a diet that is primarily plant-based.

Reserveage Organics’ Wholeganic Greens is a super greens blend supplement that offers an easy and nourishing solution for incorporating high-alkaline plant foods in the daily diet.* Containing premium certified organic greens, the formula is milled into a fine powder for easy mixing.

Wholeganic Greens is an organic grass blend food that contains high-quality barley, wheat, oat and alfalfa that’s fermented to unlock naturally occurring antioxidant phytonutrients.*

These greens provide a concentrated source of alkaline superfoods that helps boosts energy, supports the immune system, and promotes overall health and wellness.*

Each concentrated scoop of wholesome greens is loaded with five grams of chlorophyll-dense certified organic chlorella, spirulina and young whole-leaf grasses, which are harvested when the plants are at their peak.*

Many consumers also fall short of their daily protein requirements which provides the body with nutrients needed for basic building blocks of the body, so Reserveage Organics has created a great tasting Grass-Fed Whey Protein powder. Whey is considered the best-absorbed, natural form of protein.

The highest quality whey comes from cows allowed free access to the outdoors and is made from GMO-free milk. Reserveage Organics’ philosophy is that “Real Cows Eat Grass™.” Cows are not meant to eat GMO grains such as corn.

Grass-Fed Whey Protein is 100 percent grass-fed whey from naturally raised, pasture-fed cows. It’s made using an undenatured low-heat process and has been assayed to reveal non-detectable levels of pesticides, herbicides and fungicides. This Grass-Fed Whey Protein is not treated with synthetic growth hormones such as rBGH or antibiotics.

Microfiltered in an easy-to-mix fine powder, Grass-Fed Whey Protein contains 20 grams of protein per serving, is naturally sourced ingredients and comes in two great tasting flavors: chocolate and vanilla.

Both of these Reserveage powders are gluten and soy free and do not contain artificial flavors or colors, or added sugar.

About Reserveage™ Organics
Inspired by the wisdom of nature and the healthiest cultures around the world, Reserveage aims to provide high-quality, science-driven products that deliver life-changing benefits. We know nature is a powerful and abundant source, so we travel the world in search of the finest natural ingredients. Research-driven formulations with clinically tested ingredients is the philosophy that inspires us to enhance the relationship between science and nature. We strive to create the world's most advanced and innovative nutritional supplements that deliver the promise of optimal wellness. We are devoted to providing naturally derived ingredients in authentic formulas.

For more information about the complete line of Reserveage Organics’ nutritional supplements, call 800.553.1896 or visit http://www.reserveage.com.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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