Loaded with High-ORAC antioxidants, Vitamin C, and B Complex
Pineapples, the tropical fruit first discovered by Christopher Columbus on the Caribbean island of Guadalupe in 1493, contain many important vitamins, minerals and enzymes. In the 18th century pineapples were imported to the US and first cultivated in Hawaii, the only state in which they are still grown.
Cranberries have been enjoyed in the colder parts of North America and Europe for several hundred years. Rich in antioxidant Flavonoids, Polyphenols and Vitamin C, cranberries have many cardiovascular and immune-enhancing benefits.
Originating in the legendary history of Ancient China, Green Tea has been used as both beverage and medicine for more than 4000 years. Recent research has proven green tea’s ability to induce thermogenesis, stimulate fat oxidation and boost metabolism without increasing heart rate, due to the presence of the potent antioxidant Epigallocatechin Gallate, or EGCG.
These ingredients increase energy without the use of stimulants by working at the cellular level, neutralizing free radicals and enhancing efficiency of mitochondria to produce abundant amounts of ATP, the body’s universal energy molecule. For more information visit Camu Kaze Energy Shots.
Christopher Daniels is Executive Vice-President of Greens Plus. He studied Holistic Nutrition at the Clayton College of Natural Health and currently directs Superfood Research and New Product Development.