PERFORMANCE EXPERT HIGHLIGHTS

“THE LINE OF GREEN JUICES AND SHOTS WERE AVAILABLE FOR PLAYERS AS AN EASY AND TASTY WAY TO MEET MICRONUTRIENT NEEDS DURING THE DAY AND TO HELP KEEP THEIR IMMUNE SYSTEMS STRONG.”

— Bryan Snyder, RD, Director of Team Nutrition for the Denver Broncos

PURE GREENS APPLE

INGREDIENTS

apple, cucumber, celery, romaine, spinach, kale, zucchini


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INGREDIENTS

apple, cucumber, celery, romaine, spinach, kale, zucchini

PERFORMANCE EXPERT HIGHLIGHTS

“THE LINE OF GREEN JUICES AND SHOTS WERE AVAILABLE FOR PLAYERS AS AN EASY AND TASTY WAY TO MEET MICRONUTRIENT NEEDS DURING THE DAY AND TO HELP KEEP THEIR IMMUNE SYSTEMS STRONG.”

— Bryan Snyder, RD, Director of Team Nutrition for the Denver Broncos

KEY NUTRIENTS

Potassium - A good source of potassium which has been linked to improved cardiovascular health, maintain a healthy BP, reducing stroke risk, and bone health (1).

Vitamin A - for immune function, vision, and cell growth and communication (2).

Vitamin C - for immune function, antioxidant, helps with collagen synthesis (3), also assists with Iron absorption

Vitamin K - for blood clotting function and bone metabolism (2).

Iron (non-heme) - supports oxygen storage and delivery in RBC, muscle metabolism, healthy connective tissues, and cell function (2). 

Our Pure Greens Apple cold-pressed juice has our energizing leafy greens.

Combined with apple for a smooth

and sweet-tasting green juice.

NUTRITION 16 OZ SERVING

Calories130
Protein1g
Total Fat0g (0% DV)
Saturated Fat0g (0% DV)
Trans Fat0g (0% DV)
Cholesterol0mg (0% DV)
Sodium90mg (4% DV)
Total Carb.31g (11% DV)
Dietary Fiber1g (4% DV)
Sugars20g
Calcium6% DV
Vitamin A70% DV
Vitamin C25% DV
Vitamin K220% DV
Iron6% DV

WHEN TO DRINK TO MAXIMIZE PERFORMANCE BENEFITS

  • With meals/snacks (vitamins A/D/E/K need fat to be absorbed)

PERFORMANCE FUNCTION

  • Immunity
  • Health

REFERENCES

  1. Weaver, CM. Potassium and Health. Adv Nutr 4(3): 368S-377S, 2013.
  2. Institute of Medicine. Food and Nutrition Board. Dietary Reference Intakes for Vitamin A, Vitamin K, Arsenic, Boron, Chromium, Copper, Iodine, Iron, Manganese, Molybdenum, Nickel, Silicon, Vanadium, and Zinc. Washington, DC: National Academy Press; 2001.
  3.  Padayatty, SJ ,and Levine, M. Vitamin C physiology: the known and the unknown and Goldilocks. Oral Dis 22(6): 463-493, 2016.

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