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Vitamineral Green

topic posted Tue, December 12, 2006 - 9:21 AM by  MZ
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One of my favorite quick healthy foods is the VitamineralGreen powder! This is a total food, not a supplement. I have been using it for a few months now and it's so good and so simple and very absorbable. Anyone else try it too?
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  • Re: Vitamineral Green

    Tue, December 12, 2006 - 10:32 AM
    Is this the same as the "Very Green" powder you can buy at Trader Joes? How do you use it aside from making a smoothie?
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      Re: Vitamineral Green

      Wed, December 13, 2006 - 8:03 AM
      It looks the same but the Vitamineral green is more expensive and tastes better. I've heard good things about both. I usually make smoothies, or just add it to water and drink.
  • Re: Vitamineral Green

    Wed, December 13, 2006 - 11:10 AM
    16 oz Wildwood Vanilla Soy Milk with a tablespoon Vitamineral Green. And I dont skip any meals. Makes my skin glow!
    • Re: Vitamineral Green

      Wed, December 13, 2006 - 11:28 AM
      do you use a blender or just mix with the spoon? i'm too lazy to have to clean a blender afterwards.
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        Re: Vitamineral Green

        Wed, December 13, 2006 - 2:20 PM
        i just mix with a spoon, but you gotta mix pretty well so all the vitamineral green clumps are gone. i actually put it all into a Nalgene water bottle and then mix the nalgene and it works great. I just love it. it's like my coffee cup, but it's a vitamineral green cup.
  • Re: Vitamineral Green

    Thu, December 14, 2006 - 2:57 AM
    I have used Vitamineral Green. Very good indeed. When I did my cleanse, my skin cleared up except for this one pimple wound in my face that would not go away. Then I started taking the Vitamineral Green and 2 weeks later realized that my wound had healed and totally disappeared. It is also good to replenish the flora in the stomach with Vitamineral Green.
  • Re: Vitamineral Green

    Fri, December 15, 2006 - 9:59 PM
    VItamineralGreen contains numerous land vegetables, algaes, aquatic veggies, and enzymes. I highly reccommend including all these into your diet as much as possible because of the high chlorophyll content (which your bodies immune system relies upon to encourage the probiotics survival), and vitamine B's (which are directly linked to your nervous system, allowing your body to produce an abundance of hormones like endorphines that keep you happy).
    • Re: Vitamineral Green

      Sun, December 17, 2006 - 7:41 PM
      Well, I just bought my very first bottle of Vitamineral Green, and I'll start using it tomorrow. I'm very excited. :) And I don't expect it to help my acne, but if it did, that'd be one hell of a side benefit.
      • Re: Vitamineral Green

        Sun, December 17, 2006 - 8:10 PM
        Please keep us posted, babe! :o)
        • Re: Vitamineral Green

          Sun, December 17, 2006 - 8:16 PM
          Will do. :)
          • Re: Vitamineral Green

            Mon, December 18, 2006 - 12:12 PM
            I put a teaspoon of it in my cereal this morning, and it was... um... somewhat unpleasant. Not thoroughly revolting (except in appearance), but it could be once I'm up to maintenance. I'm not really sure how I should take it, especially as I work my way up to 1-2 heaping tablespoons per day. I'm not allowed to eat fruit (or sugar), so I can't make smoothies. It occurs to me that I might need to just put some water in a plastic bottle, add the stuff, shake it up, close my eyes and think of the queen, and chug it as fast as I can. But I fear that I might start avoiding it if I can't think of a non-noxious way to take the stuff.

            Any suggestions?

            Also, for the people here who *do* take it, how much do you take per day?
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              Re: Vitamineral Green

              Mon, December 18, 2006 - 10:03 PM
              I like it much better by drinking it in simply water or juice than in actually something I eat. Believe it or not but now when I drink it with water it is so refreshing that I love it and I look forward to it. I know this might not help because I'm saying that I just love it in water. Let me know what you think.

              I would also love to know how other people have used Vitamineral Green.
              • Re: Vitamineral Green

                Mon, December 18, 2006 - 10:10 PM
                How much VG do you put in how much water?
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                  Re: Vitamineral Green

                  Tue, December 19, 2006 - 6:56 AM
                  I put 2-3 big tablespoons of VG in a one liter Nalgene, with an extra teaspoon of Nutrex Spirulina. I fill up the Nalgene, shake it up and drink it all morning. Then when I'm done there is some residual VG still in the nalgene, so I fill it up again with filtered water and drink another liter over a few hours. It's a great way to stay hydrated during the work day too. Let me know if you try it and what you think.
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                    Re: Vitamineral Green

                    Tue, December 19, 2006 - 12:59 PM
                    I just tried it in water, and, remarkably, the first couple of swallows weren't bad. But by the time I finished it, I thought I was going to be ill. And it was only two teaspoons.

                    Perhaps I should try spreading it out over a couple of hours, like you do, instead of chugging it all at once. Ugh.
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              Re: Vitamineral Green

              Tue, December 19, 2006 - 8:55 AM

              I've never tried the stuff, but if it is more savory/seaweedy in flavour, what about putting it in a soup or in some bullion? Personally, I don't like it when people try to hide more savory flavours in smoothies -- it never tastes right.
              • Re: Vitamineral Green

                Tue, December 19, 2006 - 1:02 PM
                I don't think it tastes savory, really. It tastes... well... "green." *laughing* I know that sounds funny, but I'm not sure how else to describe it. If the color "green" had a flavor, this would probably be it.
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                  Re: Vitamineral Green

                  Tue, December 19, 2006 - 6:05 PM

                  Hmmm.... "green". That is how nettle tea tastes to me. And wheatgrass juice. Is it like either of those? Either of those I would think would be good mixed with bullion or broth. Well I hope you find a way that works for you.
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                    Re: Vitamineral Green

                    Tue, December 19, 2006 - 8:42 PM
                    Spread it out over a few hours. I think that's the best. I totally agree with the "green" flavor!!! lol. it's actually "greener" than wheatgrass juice. I never thought of bullion or broth. i might try that one day. It's important to make it drinkable, because you'd like to be able to drink it everyday. so maybe use more water with the 2 teaspoons. let me know.
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                    Re: Vitamineral Green

                    Wed, December 20, 2006 - 12:10 AM
                    "That is how nettle tea tastes to me. And wheatgrass juice. Is it like either of those?"

                    I don't remember how the nettle tea I had tasted (I've only had it once), but wheatgrass juice is a tough call. It does taste awfully green. Maybe they're just different shades of green. :) But I think I prefer the taste of wheatgrass juice. It tastes like a freshly-mowed lawn smells.
              • Re: Vitamineral Green

                Wed, December 20, 2006 - 4:10 PM
                I've put TJ's Very Green in bonito broth. Nice nori-soup kinda thing.

                It's not bad that way, but be careful of the VG clumps
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                  Re: Vitamineral Green

                  Mon, December 25, 2006 - 8:07 PM
                  I don't drink vitamineral green but I do drink another green drink/herbal suppliment powder (Tonic Alchemy - tonicalchemy.com/). If I can't do a smoothie for some reason I'll put it in a shot sized amount of water and quickly down it like wheatgrass. I don't know if this is something that might work for you.
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                    Re: Vitamineral Green

                    Fri, February 2, 2007 - 5:30 PM
                    I just started drinking this stuff and it is wonderfull with apple juice. I crave it now...
                    LSB
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    FOUND VITAMINERAL GREEN CHEAP!!

    Thu, March 13, 2008 - 1:54 AM
    I love Vitamineral Green. Ive been using it everyday for several months & it sure has helped improve my health. It's expensive though, but I finally found a place that sells it cheaper $40. You have to buy in bulk, but its well worth it. Dimondhealth.com. Great customer service too.
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    Re: Vitamineral Green

    Sat, March 15, 2008 - 12:53 PM
    I really like it with Orange Juice, a heaping spoonful or so... Just plain water works too, but then its definately a stronger taste.

    S
    • Re: Vitamineral Green

      Sat, March 22, 2008 - 6:42 PM
      Wow, this stuff seems to be suddenly all the rage. Several people at my work are drinking it . . . one swears by it, another thinks it's super nasty and is kind of regretting spending the money. Bu she's a little princess-y so if it tastes gross, that would probably trump anything else. I might try it . . . always looking for new sources of energy that are healthier than my Red Bull habit . . .
      • Re: Vitamineral Green

        Mon, March 24, 2008 - 12:27 PM
        I have not tried vitamineral green, but I do use Perfect Food by Garden of Life...organic, sprouted, soaked, biodynamic, living ingredients produced in an ecologically sustainable factory...not just greens, but the best probiotics available, sprouted seeds, and lots of other whole food goodies...it is spendy, and totally worth it...I actually got a really great deal online, but can't recall the website I ordered from...
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    Re: Vitamineral Green

    Sat, April 26, 2008 - 2:56 PM
    I started using this product eight years ago after a health condition limited me to a liquid diet at the time. I highly recommend this product to everyone, I still consume it everyday. I start each day with a smoothie containing: Vitamineral Green, a banana, a cup of blueberries (or blackberries), soy protein powder, soy milk, orange juice, and a tablespoon of flax oil.
  • Re: Vitamineral Green

    Mon, April 28, 2008 - 10:56 PM
    Well, you all certainly peaked my interest. After reading, & skipping around the web a bit, I decided to jump right in and got both the Green and the Earth...anyone tried VitaMineral Earth yet?

    I'm not looking forward to downing nasty, but if the benefits are for real, I will do it.

    gb
  • Re: Vitamineral Green

    Tue, March 3, 2009 - 1:53 PM
    Vitamineral Green is one of the top green superfood powders in the industry. It was formulated by Jameth Sheridan who is the best formulater of vitamins, cleansing products, and superfood powders that is out there. This product contains the highest vibrational, most nutrient dense foods in existance today. I can't say enough of how powerful and medicinal that this product is. There are a few others that meet this crieria as well, including Revitaphy which is available through Elements for Life.com. This product was also designed by Dr. Jameth Sheridan. It is similar to Vitamineral Green, with the absence of chlorella and spirulina. As a result, there was more room to fit other ancient and highly nutritious super herbs. This formual is highly alkalizing. In addition, my other favorite green superfood powder is Pure Synergy. This product includes medicinal mushrooms, along with all of the other amazing herbs, algaes, and antioxidants. Boku superfood powder and the Sun is Shining, available through Sunfood.com, are both truly exceptional superfoods. In our environment today, we lack many of the necessary minerals, trace elements, and other rare antioxidants that are needed to acheive optimum health. Green superfoods fill in that gap and allow for amazing health, longevity and healing to begin. I hope that each person reading this will make sure to include at least some superfood powder daily and indefinitely.
  • Re: Vitamineral Green

    Tue, March 3, 2009 - 2:06 PM
    If you want any further information or reviews- just go to Naturalnews.com. In my opinion, it is the best and most informed educational health website available. Just go into the website and under search, you can type in Vitamineral Green, Pure Synergy or another superfood powder and receive an unbios review. There are thousands of nutritional articles free to access. Mike Adams who is the founder and editor is the one to look for most. I love love his articles- they are full of insight and passion for health freedom and education. He is also very passionate about preventative medicine, aka, herbs, vitamins,and superfoods to increase health, rather than medicate with pharmaseuticals to temporarily supress symptoms while creating more health problems. Anyway, I hope you check out the website- you will find more truthful information at Natural news than all other websites put together, in my opinion.
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      Vitamineral Green Sale!

      Sat, May 30, 2009 - 6:41 AM
      Just got a notice in my email that there is a big sale happening at Dimondhealth.com. Only $39.58. think some get further discounts. i also will try their other products since they let u add on stuff. Vitamineral Earth, Antioxidant extreme or Fruits of The Earth, Spirulina, maybe maca. that brand has a lot of interesting stuff.

      thanks jen for telling me about this company. :)

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