Before You Try Out a New Green Superfood Product, Read This

Thursday, January 29th, 2009 at 6:26 am

I’ve been having so much fun lately learning about and creating new articles, audio clips, and videos about Revitaphi and other superfoods from Elements for Life and of course I wanted to share them with you!  Read on if you’ve never heard of Revitaphi before or would like to learn more ;)

If you’d like to learn even more about the product and company tonight, there is an open call that I would like to invite you to, tonight at 9pm EST.  Click here for the link to listen in live and anytime afterwards and let me know what you thought!

David Wolfe Talks about Revitaphi and its Six Adaptogenic Herbs

Revitaphi is an Elements for Life superfood created by Dr. Jameth Sheridan, founder of Healthforce Nutritionals that can assist you in getting your veggies, herbs and more into your diet.  It is an organic and wild-crafted superfood green powder containing raw, powdered, and dried land vegetables, sea vegetables, enzymes, probiotics, and featuring six amazing adaptogenic ancient herbs.  Benefits are physical rejuvenation, increased oxygenation of the blood and brain, protection against mental, emotional, and physical stress, and weight management.

Green superfood supplements like Revitaphi play a crucial role in today’s mineral deficient standard American Diet.  Products like these that are the highest in quality without fillers such as lecithin, apple pectin, apple fiber, brown rice germ, barley malt, are a lot like taking a while-food multivitamin.  International expert in nutrition and health sciences Gary Null, has commented that these super green food powders are vital because they’re the only way to reverse nutritional deficiencies of the past, to make sure you’re getting enough nutrition for today, and the build your nutritional reserves for tomorrow.

Because it does not contain the high protein superfoods spirulina and chlorella, Revitaphi is extra alkalizing.  What also makes it stand out among other superfood blends is its incorporation of six adaptogenic herbs: Moringa Olifera, Indian Tulsi, Ashwaganda, Gotu Kola, Ginko Biloba, and Ho Shu Wu, a medicinal mushroom also known as Fo-Ti.  Revitaphi also includes a full spectrum blend of 40 probiotics and enzymes.  Herbalists refer to adaptogens as plants foods that are able to increase the body’s protection against stress, trauma, and fatigue as well as fill other gaps that that body needs.  If in the morning, you need more energy, adaptogenic herbs can provide that; if in the evening, you need to wind down and relax, adaptogenic herbs can help there as well.

Moringa Olifera is a small shrubby tree that has the ability to grow in harsh environments.  The leaves are edible and have 4-6 times as much calcium, 2 times as much magnesium, and 4 times more iron as spinach.  It grows throughout the developing world and has already been used by programs to reduce child malnutrition in India.

Indian Tulsi, or Holy Basil, is the second Ayurvedic herb ingredient in Revitaphi and is considered the #1 adaptogen in the whole Ayurvedic medicinal system of 10,000 herbs!  Ashwaganda is next and is closely related to the superfood goji berry and can be found throughout the world.  It is often referred to as the ginseng of the Ayurvedic system.

Gotu Kola and Ginko Biloba are two amazing brain food adaptogens.  Gotu Kola has been found to nourish the brain and improve memory and Ginko Biloba’s name literally means two lobes, bi-loba.  Ginko Biloba trees can live for thousands of years and are actually the last surviving member of a family of trees to once dominate the planet.  Because this tree is so hardy, it is a true adaptogen.  The leaves, as opposed to the nut, are what is used in Revitaphi.

Ho Shu Wu, or Fo-Ti, is also included.  Ho Shu Wu is known as a shield against stress, a bliss-enhancer, and prized adaptogenic herb in China.  The blissful feeling from certain neurotransmitters neuroepinephrine and dopamine in the body such as being raised.

There are many different ways you can easily incorporate Revitaphi into your daily diet.  You can mix just 1/2 to 1 tablespoon into juice, water, coconut water, or a smoothie.  You can sprinkle it on top of salads or soups, or you can create a salad dressing with it by blending it with avocado and/or oil, lemon juice, agave nectar, and some sea salt.  Revitaphi can be stored at room temperature.

And here is David talking about Revitaphi on another Elements for Life call: (I couldn’t resist–ever word he says is so incredibly informative and fun to listen to!!)

And last but not least, as if you’re not overwhelmed with Revitaphi info, here’s the link to an older Revitaphi review I did a few months back.  I am still loving this stuff! :)

Update 2/5: Great article Mike Adams of Natural News posted on Revitaphi!

Question of the day?  Have you guys tried out Revitaphi yet and if so what do you think?  What are some of your favorite green superfood powders?


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