Greens Product Ingredient Spotlight

Greens by Alkaline SuccessSo, what exactly are you putting into your body. Do you know when you walk into a vitamin store or get pulled into an informational? Are you looking at the label and understanding the makeup of your meal replacement. Alkaline success supports the SEVENPOINT2 brand because of it's high quality ingredients and clinically research done. They don't just hire the doctor to fit the part in their commercials. In fact, the chief product officer, Dr. Howard Cohen has been tested and working on the best organic product in the market for years and finally, it is available for everyone. Join the Alkaline Revolution!!


  • Provides vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids, and chlorophyll
  • Contains over ninety minerals, including the most highly alkaline (potassium, calcium, magnesium, and sodium)
  • More vitamin C than oranges
  • More vitamin A than carrots
  • Contains nineteen amino acids, the building blocks to protein
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Slows graying of hair
  • Suppresses appetite
  • Curbs cravings
  • Stimulates metabolism and circulation
  • Reduces tooth decay
  • Energizing
  • Calming to the nervous system
  • And much more


  • Four times the calcium of milk
  • At least five times the iron of spinach
  • As much protein, per ounce, as steak
  • Loaded with every essential amino acid
  • Twenty-three percent of barley grass is digestible protein
  • Packed with thirteen vitamins and twelve minerals
  • A true “superfood”


  • Great source of beta carotene, vitamins C and K, folic acid, B vitamins, protein, fiber, and calcium
  • Aids in heart health and helps to lower cholesterol
  • Helps to increase energy and stamina
  • Has been shown to help lower blood sugar
  • Has been consumed as a food by humans since prehistoric times


  • Potent antioxidant
  • Loaded with fiber
  • Contains omega-3 fatty acids
  • Curbs appetite
  • Rich in calcium, copper, iron, and manganese
  • Per calorie, kale has more calcium than milk
  • Naturally detoxifying


  • High in fiber
  • Shown to effectively lower blood pressure
  • Loaded with antioxidants, including vitamins C, E, and beta-carotene, as well as lutein and zeaxanthin, which protect the eyes from cataracts and age-related macular degeneration
  • Boosts immunity
  • Helps build strong bones
  • Contains omega-3 fatty acids



  • Packed with antioxidants, especially vitamins A and C
  • Potent anti-inflammatory
  • Helps support your immune system
  • Helps the heart by controlling homocysteine levels
  • Cultivated for over two thousand years
  • The world’s most popular herb



  • Loaded with folic acid, vitamin C, beta-carotene, vitamin E, and fiber
  • Powerful anti-inflammatory
  • Rich in iron, sulfur, iodine, calcium, magnesium, and potassium
  • Contains sulforaphane, which stimulates the production of glutathione
  • Said to promote healthy weight loss



  • Rich in fiber
  • High in vitamin C and folic acid
  • Great source of potassium
  • Rich in vitamin K and calcium to help support healthy bones
  • Helps to promote healthy blood pressure
  • Contains glucoraphanin, which helps the skin to detoxify and repair itself from sun damage


Note: A word about organic. It is recommended that all foods you consume be organic due to the staggering amounts of pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, and countless other chemicals, toxins, and poisons that have corrupted our air, water, and food supplies. You can minimize exposure to these harmful chemicals by choosing organic as often as possible.


If, for some reason, you still are questioning the absolute necessity of a whole food, plant-based, alkaline diet, then pick yourself up a copy of The China Study, by T. Colin Campbell. Subtitled, The Most Comprehensive Study on Nutrition Ever Conducted, the book is based on a twenty-year joint project between Cornell University, Oxford University, and the Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine. The study surveyed the eating habits of sixty-five hundred adults, from all over China and Taiwan, and found a direct correlation between diet and disease.


  • December 12, 2014
  • Gentil Pennewaert