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    I found this in my cabinet today...It's called Perfect Food - Super Green Formula by Garden of Life. My Dad used to take this stuff a few years ago. The ingredients look pretty healthy except for a few things like wheat & oat grass and kidney beans.

    So is this stuff healthy? And should I be adding it to my veggie smoothies? And since there's no expiration date is it still safe to eat even after a few years of stagnation? Thanks!

  • #2
    Wheat & oat grass and kidney beans ? ?

    IMO, NO WAY - I suggest Tossing it out or give it away to your local church.

    Grizz

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    • #3
      Trying hard to think of a reason to put extract of kidney beans in anything... failing so far.

      I'm tempted to say that either it's gone off after a few years, in which case you shouldn't take it, or it hasn't, in which case no self-respecting microorganism will touch it, and so neither should you. I know, I know, not everything that doesn't go off is a nutritional disaster area, but...

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      • #4
        I was hoping the real healthy veggies in it would out weigh the unhealthy ones. *sigh*

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Freedish View Post
          I was hoping the real healthy veggies in it would out weigh the unhealthy ones. *sigh*
          Freedish,

          Here is my Super Green Formula:

          1) Chlorella 1 tblspoon
          http://www.nutsonline.com/cookingbak...chlorella.html
          2) Spirulina 1 tblspoon
          http://www.nutsonline.com/cookingbak...a/premium.html
          3) Diatomacious Powder 1 tblspoon
          http://www.earthworkshealth.com/human-use.php

          Add) 1 tblspoon of coconut milk or coconut oil

          Add your favorite fruits, almond milk

          Best of health to all,
          Grizz

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