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Fermented SuperJuice

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Fermented SuperJuice

Fit

An innovative nutritional formula cultivated to support healthy metabolism and fitness.†
Fermented SuperJuice Fit is a synergistic combination of real foods, super juices and traditional botanicals – such as Purple Maize, Green Lead Lettuce, Blackberry and Spinach – transformed by our patent pending, MTS mycological fermentation technology.
The MycoBiome Transformation System (MTS) draws from principles of Traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic herbal modalities, utilizing powerful living cultures combined with energized water, light and sound frequencies to pre-digest and pre-metabolize real food nutrients. Click here for more information.
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Fermented SuperJuice

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An innovative nutritional formula cultivated to support healthy metabolism and fitness.†
Fermented SuperJuice Fit is a synergistic combination of real foods, super juices and traditional botanicals – such as Purple Maize, Green Lead Lettuce, Blackberry and Spinach – transformed by our patent pending, MTS mycological fermentation technology.
The MycoBiome Transformation System (MTS) draws from principles of Traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic herbal modalities, utilizing powerful living cultures combined with energized water, light and sound frequencies to pre-digest and pre-metabolize real food nutrients. Click here for more information.
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Our Eco-Regenerative product packaging is compostable, biodegradable, recyclable and sustainable. We invite you to join the Revolution of Regeneration and help us rebuild our nation’s topsoil with composting. Click here to learn more.
Together we can turn today’s packaging into tomorrow’s nutrition!

 

JORDAN RUBIN

FOUNDER & CEO | Get Real Nutrition

EVERY FORMULA
EVERY INGREDIENT
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EVERY FORMULA | EVERY INGREDIENT
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KEY INGREDIENTS

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    Purple Maize
    (Zea mays)

    Purple Maize (Zea mays), originated approximately 2,500 years ago in Mesoamerica and is celebrated by many South American cultures today, especially in Peru. It gets its deep purple/blue pigment from the high concentrations of anthocyanins, antioxidant flavonoids gaining a lot of attention in scientific circles. Grown at elevations over 10,000 feet, purple maize is considered a superfood, making its way into many foods and beverages within the Peruvian culture.†

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    Green Leaf Lettuce
    (Lactic sativa)

    Leaf Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) dates back some 4500 years, depicted on the walls of Egyptian tombs and was introduced to the New World by Christopher Columbus in the late 15th century. Different from the iceberg lettuce most find in the supermarket, Lactuca sativa is classified as a bitter herb and this leafy green nutritional powerhouse provides significant amounts of Vitamin K, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, chlorophyll and Iron.†

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    Blackberry
    (Rubs plicatus)

    Blackberry (Rubus plicatus) is a sweet and sour berry that is closely related to raspberries. The origins are difficult to pinpoint due to its widespread documented use throughout recorded history, but especially prized by the Ancient Greeks and Romans, as well as many Native American tribes. Its popularity could be linked to its versatility, with many parts of the plant providing useful applications. Rich in tannins, the antioxidant providing a bitter taste at times, the blackberry is also a nutritional source of Vitamin C, Vitamin K and dietary fiber.†

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    Spinach
    (Spinach oleracea)

    The origin of Spinach (Spinacia oleracea) dates back to Ancient Persia over 2000 years ago and its use quickly spread to China and the Middle East. By the 19th century, Spinach was a daily staple on dinner tables worldwide. In the world of plant nutrition, Spinach is one of the most versatile and balanced, classified as a rich source of iron, magnesium, manganese, vitamin A, vitamin C, folate and especially vitamin K and the intense, dark green color can be attributed to its chlorophyll content.†

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