Athletic Greens First Impressions

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Here is a quick video I shot with my first impressions, and the transcript is below if you’d rather read.

So I just tried out Athletic Greens. I’ve had this for a while and I’ve been wanting to try it, I really like green drinks.

The thing that stands out to me is that this is pretty tasty. It tastes like a green drink. So if you are familiar with that kind of supplement, you know, it’s hard to make one of these taste awesome, but to me it does not taste artificial at all, it tastes healthy actually.

It just really has that taste like it’s natural, it doesn’t have any sort of weird artificial flavor to it. I just feel like I’m putting something good into my body.

As you can see, there is a ton of stuff on the label, really too much to list for ingredients… If you want to look at it, there’s the ingredients in the video, but it’s not really listed like normal ingredient panels you typically see.

It’s dividing the ingredients into different sections like probiotics, digestive enzyme and super mushroom complex, nutrient dense natural extracts, and alkaline nutrient dense. Sounds good to me!

But yeah, it’s got a good flavor, there are 30 servings per pack. There’s the instructions. Liking it so far. Good taste. I’ll take a look at the website now to see what else they have on there.

Oh also, it’s funny, I got this recently too, and it kind of reminds me of this, it’s like a similar package. Maybe later I’ll do a comparison with IdealRaw Organic Greens Blends. It’s similar. This has a more straightforward list of ingredients, both are good. But yeah, I’m liking it so far.

Here’s their website. I noticed right away, Tim Ferris gave a recommendation, and he seems like quite the scientist on health and all that stuff, so that was pretty cool. Then here it talks a little bit more.

  • The most nutrient dense wholefood supplement available.
  • 11 supplements in a single serving
  • multivitamins, multi-minerals, antioxidants
  • support for blood sugar
  • green superfood
  • adaptogen
  • neural support
  • detox
  • digestive enzymes
  • prebiotics, and probiotics

So you quite a lot of different stuff.

Tim Ferris Loves Athletic Greens

He seems to rave about it. If he could only use one supplement, what would it be? And he says, “Athletic Greens.” Yeah, and so, a little more about it here. I guess, what you spend if you bought all that separately. It does taste good, I must say, I like the taste. Don’t buy it if you basically are already getting all the nutrients that you need.

So the cost is $97 if you buy one, or $77 a month if you get it in a subscription. It looks like a tiny bit less if you get two per month. Also, it is available on Amazon, and it is available for Prime members. $92 per pouch on Amazon. I’ll put this link below for those of you who would rather shop Amazon than the regular site:

Get Athletic Greens on Amazon HERE

All right, so let me show you how it mixes up. It comes with a scoop. The serving says “one heaped tablespoon”. I am assuming the scoop is approximately that. I haven’t measured it. But this is the scoop that comes with it, so that’s what I’ll use. Looks around a heaping tablespoon.

Then it says, “Mix with 200 to 300 milliliters of water”, which is roughly 6-8 ounces. Somewhere around there. It mixes pretty well. Not completely clump-free. But I just mix it with a spoon like you can see in the video, and just look in the bottom, see if there’s any down there.

That’s about how it mixes. You could use a shaker cup or whatever if you want. There’s a couple of small clumps, not too bad, and looks pretty tasty, I think. So there you go, Athletic Greens!

BOTTOM LINE: I like it a lot! Check out Athletic Greens at their Official Site HERE

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