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Guardian Greens Review
Guardian Greens Review

PUBLISHED: 09/24/2012 by BR Technical
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Guardian Greens is an herbal supplement advertised as a powerful brain and blood enriching tonic. According to the manufacturing company, Natural Ways to Health, Guardian Greens also provides support for the immune system and its associated internal organs (liver, blood and nerves, kidneys, spleen, gall bladder, stomach and intestinal tract and pancreas).

Natural Ways to Health is a U.S. based company set up in 1997. The company manufactures a number of natural remedies such as green foods, nutritional products, anti-aging and metabolic support, anti-oxidants, teas, weight management and weight loss formulas, illness prevention formulas etc. The company claims to offer dietary supplementation and whole foods supplements so that its customers achieve optimum health.

The manufacturer makes no specific ailment claim. Green Magic Concentrated Nutrition is recommended for adults use only.

Guardian Greens Ingredients

Guardian Greens includes the following ingredients: Phosphatidylserine, Red Clover Tops, Ginkgo Biloba, Spirulina, Chlorella, Dunaleilla, Alfalfa Juice Powder, Red Beet Juice Powder, Black Currant Powder, Parsley Greens, Dandelion Greens, Watercress Greens, Milk Thistle Powder and Burdock Root Powder.

Product Features

Guardian Greens is made from a blend of brain nutrients, micro-algaes and phyto-nutrient rich herbs.

Rhubarb is a plant whose origins go far back in Tibet, more than 2,000 years. Its modern medicinal application is based on a wide array of benefits. Particularly, Rhubarb is very rich in Calcium: one cup of supplies roughly 10% of the 1,000 mg of Calcium daily average adults need in their diet. It is also a rich source of Lutein (which helps skin and eye health) and of Vitamin K (which prevents blood clots). In small quantities, Rhubarb may serve as a gentle tonic bitter, a liver and colon cleanser, may assist with stomach and duodenal ulcers and act as an antiseptic.

Spirulina is a microscopic blue-green marine alga. Many consider it to be one of the most concentrated, nutritious whole foods available to man. Research showed that Spirulina is extremely rich in protein (more than any other food), and this protein has an amino acid profile that most closely resembles that of a healthy human cell. Spirulina also contains Iron, essential to the health and good functioning of red blood cells, as well as a number of other nutrients (enzymes, RNA, DNA, sulfo-lipids or glycogen). Additionally, it is easy to digest because its cell wall contains no cellulose.

No reviews are available online for Guardian Greens. The manufacturer does not mention how the formula should be administered, nor does he mention any side effects or precautions regarding the formula.

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Advantages

  • The ingredients have been the topic of research over the years, numerous information is available on each one;
  • The manufacturer details each ingredient.

Disadvantages

  • No consumer reviews online to assess the formula’s effectiveness;
  • Some side effects may exist (the formula includes some diuretic ingredients);
  • The manufacturer does not mention how to administer the formula (powder or capsules);
  • The exact amount of each ingredient is not specifically mentioned.

Conclusion

Guardian Greens is advertised as a general immune system support, with direct benefits on the brain and blood. No specific ailment claims are made. Although the manufacturer details the main benefits of each ingredient, it does not provide administration and dosage details. Also, the list of ingredients fails to mention the exact quantities from each ingredient, making it difficult to evaluate its nutritional value.

Consumer testimonials are not available. In the absence of any other clinical trial results or scientific proof, we hence cannot evaluate if Guardian Greens actually delivers on the claimed benefits. We also recommend caution since the formula includes ingredients with powerful diuretic properties (Parsley, Dandelion and Burdock).

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