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Win Mealtime Fights

Take back the dinner table with Isotonix® Complete Greens.

Tomatoes. Broccoli. Cauliflower. Celery. Capsicums. Cabbage. I just named all your favourite foods, right? Unless you’re Popeye, I doubt any of these foods make your top 10 list. And if these aren’t your favourite, chances are, they aren’t your kids favourite either.

Enter Isotonix® Complete Greens — your new mealtime companion. This powerhouse, organic powder offers a blend of wheat grass, barley grass, alfalfa grass, spirulina, chlorella, broccoli powder, spinach powder and cabbage powder. What’s more, Isotonix Complete Greens is organic, low in sugar, fat free and contains no soy, yeast, starch, salt, preservatives or milk. It is also gluten free and supports a vegetarian diet.

According to the Australian Dietary Guidelines, children between ages 1–2 should have 2–3 servings of vegetables a day; ages 2–3 should have 2½ servings of vegetables a day; ages 4–8 should have 4 ½ servings of vegetables a day.1 Vegetables not only give your children energy and vital nutrition, vegetable consumption can also protect them against chronic diseases.2

Isotonix Complete Greens

So how is your kid doing? Getting the recommended serving of vegetables a day? If you’re tired of fighting the mealtime battle, reach for Isotonix Complete Greens. Read on to know exactly what you’re giving them. But as far as the kids go, they don’t need to know! All they need to know is the great-tasting formula of Isotonix Complete Greens. Try in a smoothie to score even more ‘cool’ points with the kiddos!


Spirulina is a blue-green cyanobacteria featuring a wide range of nutrients, including chlorophyll, carotenoids, and gamma-linolenic acid (GLA). It is also a source of phytonutrients, which are plant-produced chemicals with health-promoting qualities. Additionally, spirulina contains a unique blue pigment called phycobiliprotein, only found in blue-green algae, that helps promote overall health.

Wheat Grass

Wheatgrass contains various nutrients that support a healthy immune system and energy levels. These include chlorophyll and flavonoids, which are proven to have health-promoting properties. Additionally, wheatgrass may support alkalinity in the body, support digestion and increase vigor. Wheatgrass has shown to support a healthy pH balance in the body, which is especially helpful for people who consume many processed foods.

Barley Grass

Barley grass contains many nutrients that support optimal health. It is a source of chlorophyll, which has shown to have some health-promoting functions. The root of barley grass contains hordenine, an alkaloid that may contribute to increasing energy levels.

Alfalfa Grass

Alfalfa is a perennial herb that grows throughout the world. It’s leaves contain beneficial nutrients. Alfalfa grass aids in promoting healthy liver function and digestion. It helps alkalise and detoxify the body, which has a neutralising effect on the intestinal tract and assists with digestive problems. Alfalfa also supports normal immune function.


Chlorella is a species of green algae found in still fresh water. It contains a considerable amount of micronutrients and phytonutrients that are good for overall health, including immune health and healthy detoxification.

Broccoli Powder

Broccoli powder helps support the nutrient value of a diet with an adequate amount of whole plant foods. It contributes to supporting and maintaining the body’s health.

Spinach Powder

Spinach powder helps support the nutrient value of a diet with an adequate amount of whole plant foods. It contributes to supporting optimal health

Cabbage Powder

Cabbage powder helps support the nutrient value of a diet with an adequate amount of whole plant foods. It contributes to supporting optimal health.

  1. Australian Dietary Guidelines

By Roxanne Raynor

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