1st off imo there is no substitute for eating fruit and drinking vegetable juice. but everybody cant be vegetarians or frutarians
so here are a couple of good supplements... this is a copy and paste job
KAMUT® Is an heirloom, non-hybrid ancient grain from the nile region of Egypt that has never been crossbred. Its recent cultivation in North America encourages agricultural bio-diversity and limits reliance on mono agriculture. Over 50 natural food manufactures currently promote products made from Kamut grain. The Kamut Association of North America makes Kamut highly visible to consumers through the press and in store education. Promoted as a new endurance and health food, Kamut contains 29% more protein, 27% more lipids and measures higher in eight of the nine minerals found in common wheat including magnesium (23% higher) and zinc (25% higher). Kamut contains more riboflavin, thiamine and niacin than common wheat, and is significantly higher in Vitamin E and chlorophyll. Of the 18 amino acids usually found in wheat, 16 are higher in Kamut (from 34% to 65% higher). Compared to Wheatgrass Powder, green Kamut® Juice Powder is 25% richer in protein, 10% higher in beta carotene, 90% higher in potassium, 148% higher in calcium, 50% higher in iron and possesses 49% higher antioxidant activity.
ALFALFA - the "Father of All Foods" is one of the best known & most nutritious of foods. The root system of the alfalfa plant reaches out over 100 feet into the earth allowing the plant to absorb high levels of minerals, especially calcium. Alfalfa Juice Powder is rich in chlorophyll, beta carotene, Vitamins A, D, E, B6 and K, and in several enzymes which improve digestion and assimilation of nutrients. Alfalfa has antibiotic, antibacterial, antifungal, antitumor, tonic, and blood purifying properties, and being diuretic, Alfalfa Juice Powder helps relieve urinary and bowel problems. Alfalfa is especially rich in Vitamin K, and is often used to treat Vitamin K disorders in man.
KAMUT® And Alfalfa are planted together on 2,800 acres of virgin organic farmland on an ancient volcanic lake bed over 5 000 feet high in the mountains of South-eastern Utah. Alfalfa builds nitrogen in the soil which, in turn, makes for higher chlorophyll content in the kamut. Also, the high altitude of the cropland contributes to a significantly higher protein content. Annual crop rotations and the fact that the crops are re-mineralized by the seasonal run-off from the surrounding hills assure maximum nutrition in each harvest. The leaves are harvested, rinsed, juiced, and dried "on sight" at only 88 degrees f. Yielding a completely non-pasteurized product which retains the "live" qualities of the vitamins, minerals and enzymes.
Directions: Mix 1g (2 teaspoons) if GREEN KAMUT® powder with 250mL (6 oz) of juice or water in a shaker or mix powder with a small amount of liquid, then add remaining liquid. To avoid rapid detoxification begin using 1/2g (1 teaspoon) daily slowly increasing to 2-3 teaspoons daily.
Ingredients: 2 tsp (1 g) supply: Organic Kamut Leaf Juice powder 650 mg, Organic Alfalfa Leaf Juice powder 350 mg.
65% organic kamut leaf juice, 35% organic alfalfa leaf juice.
Green Kamut is gluten free.
Green Kamut has been awarded the Diabetes Resource Center's seal of approval as a safe and beneficial food for diabetic consumption.
Amla-C Plus · Natural Vitamin C
* Immune enhancing benefits
* No GMOs, fillers, sweeteners or additives
* Potent Source of Vitamin C
* General Health Tonic
* Supports Liver and Kidney detoxification and function
There is no better source of natural vitamin C, with its’ full spectrum of bioflavonoids and supporting nutrients than amla berry. Also known as the Indian Gooseberry, the amla berry has been revered in Ayurvedic medicine since the 7th century for its’ anti-aging and immune-enhancing benefits and as a general tonic for optimal health. Mother Nature’s very best source of vitamin C, amla berries are well documented as much easier to assimilate than synthetic vitamin C, which is known as ascorbic acid. Vitamins from an all-natural whole-food source like amla are also safer and more effective than laboratory-created synthetic or crystalline vitamins, which may be derived from genetically engineered ingredients.
Whole-food Amla C Plus is more potent and thoroughly assimilated than synthetic supplements. As a wonderful antioxidant, alma aids the body’s natural defenses against bacteria and viruses, and even supports digestion. A unique blend of 80% amla berry and 20% Spirulina, Pure Planet Amla-C Plus has no GMOs, fillers, sweeteners or additives. No other vitamin C can make the same claim.
Astragalus Review & Information: Benefits and Side Effects
Astragalus root is derived from a perennial plant that grows in northern China and Mongolia. The herb is a staple of Chinese medicine, where it has been used for centuries to boost the immune system and treat a variety of ailments.
Practitioners of Chinese medicine use astragalus root to enhance the body's energy, known to them as "qi" (pronounced as "chee"). Ancient people used it to enhance strength and regulate metabolism. The herb has only recently gained popularity among herbalists and practitioners of alternative medicine in the West.
The major chemical components of astragalus root are polysaccharides, flavonoids saponins and a series of triterpene glycosides known as "astragalosides". Some of these are known to be biologically active, and may play roles in preventing/treating certain diseases.
In-vitro and rodent studies conducted in America support the assertion that astragalus root can enhance the immune system. For example, it may reduce the severity of atopic dermatitis and asthma. Nonetheless, human clinical trials are lacking, so the benefits of astragalus supplementation for these conditons are unclear at this time.
A great deal of research on astragalus has been conducted in China. Chinese studies indicate that astragalus may ameliorate the effects of cancer chemotherapy and improve the quality of life. Astragalus root appears to induce production of interferon, a chemical that is an essential part of the immune system and has been widely studied for its ability to fight the development of cancer.
Nonetheless, the majority of these studies have been published in obscure, Chinese-language journals and are of questionable quality. Well-designed trials are needed before astragalus can be recommended as an adjunct to conventional chemotherapy.
Some interesting, albeit speculative, in-vitro research also suggests that astragalus compounds may be useful in the fight against diseases such as AIDS and lupus; not to mention aging.
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