Submitted by: Cindy
||Soak 1/4 cup chia seeds in 28 ounce water overnight in refrigerator. Customer uses Blenderball Bottle but a wisk would work to moisten all.
||In another Blenderball Bottle, add the algae to 28 oz water, add juice and sweeten to taste.
||The next day, blend both and pour over lots of ice and sip on this all day.
Revered by the Aztecs, chia seeds are nutritional powerhouses that keep thousands of customers coming back to this top seller. My mom puts chia seeds in her cereal every morning. Ch-ch-ch-chia!
Chlorella is an emerald green, single-celled freshwater algae that grows naturally in lakes and ponds.
It is a true superfood, packed with nearly 10 times the healthy chlorophyll of similar greens like wheat
grass, barley and alfalfa. Our chlorella powder is at least 60% crude protein and is also a complete
protein, meaning it contains a full balance of essential amino acids.
Organic White Chia Seeds
All natural and very hard to find, these organic white chia seeds are a nutritious powerhouse. They contain the same rich nutritional content of black chia seeds.
Spirulina is a vivid blue-green algae that commonly grows in freshwater lakes and ponds.
It is considered a complete protein, as it contains an ideal balance of all essential amino acids,
and spirulina powder is immensely more digestible than other rich protein sources like red meat
and even soy.
Stevia powder is made from a natural extract of stevia leaves that is ground and made into powder. This all natural powder is a great sweetener.