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About Gillian McKeith Living Food Energy Powder 165g Jar
Living Food Energy Powder was formulated by Gillian McKeith, World renowned Clinical Nutritionist. The powder helps to correct nutritional and mineral deficiencies caused by poor diet, including excess consumption of highly processed foods.
It contains a synergistic blend of 11 organic superfoods in a powder form. Together these provide a powerhouse of nutrients (virtually every nutrient known to mankind) and every nutrient the body requires.
Packed full of Living vitamins, enzymes, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, essential fatty acids and co-factors, all the nutrients are 100% Bio-available, easily absorbed and used by the body. This is a perfectly balanced formulation, nourishing specific organs and harmonizing Body's meridian's. (Strengthens digestion and immune response).
It is nutrient dense and super rich, you don't need a lot, one or two teaspoons a day is sufficient It is easy to use - just add to water or fruit juice.
Sprouts Blend of Sprouted Quinoa and Sprouted Millet (33%), Flax, Seeds, Sunflower Seeds, Dulse, Alfalfa, Nori, Parsley, Whole Leaf Aloe Vera, Green Barley Grass, Wild Blue Green Algae.
All ingredients dried and powdered.
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- Question: If I am gluten intolerant will the green barely grass affect me...since barely has gluten in it...
- Our Answer:
Hello, although barley grass (purely the grass and not seeds) is gluten free, it matters whether the barley grass is harvested and how they are made into products that matters.
So, if the grass is allowed to produce seeds, then it is no longer gluten free, and if the manufacturer of the supplement also produces other gluten containing products, then there is a chance of cross contamination. We would advise that you avoid any product containing barley that does not specifically state it is gluten free. As this product does not, then I would recommend you select an alternative. Many thanks