Now I am reviewing the Patriot Power Greens from Patriot Health Alliance, a supplement company located in Salt Lake City, Utah which is so patriotic, they make donations to the U.S. Armed Forces under your name if you purchase from them. It heavily marketed toward citizens that want to feel young again, so what does it do?
Made of forty fruits and vegetables, the majority of which are organic, Patriot Power Greens is constituted of a relatively vast array of ingredients that include spirulina, beet juice, ginseng, a couple sorts of seaweed, broccoli, broccoli, cauliflower, prunes, berries, coconut water, and the prebiotic fiber inulin, which is connected to digestive benefits.
Power Greens From Patriot Health
It also contains six digestive enzymes and ten strains of probiotic bacteria, including B. Lactis, L. Paracasei and S. Thermophilus, which can be connected to improved digestion and nutrient absorption. It does not state how many probiotics are in a serving, so it is hard to quantify its effectiveness.
The product is flavor, and it tastes good -- a little like mixed flavor with undertones of passion and apple fruit.
I only say it tastes artificial because I am not used to this type of taste from an"organic" merchandise. But the flavoring seems to stem largely from apple powder, that is acai berry, pear, pomegranate, papaya, grape, raspberry, blueberry, strawberry, blackberry, black currant, and one of the ingredients, mango, and passionfruit.
It almost as sweet as actual fruit juice, which may be off-putting to individuals who are averse to food. It's among the products available on the marketplace.
The one thing I could say about this item is that it contains probiotics and digestive enzymes that can improve health. Regarding how successful it really is, what vitamins and minerals it contains, and what benefits that the myriad fruits and vegetables may confer upon its own user, but I could not find other details.
Patriot Power Greens From Patriot Health