With my temporarily limited mobility, I can’t stand on my feet for very long, so my current meal preparation is limited to whatever I can heat up quickly. This has limited my diet more than I would like, so while I recover, I’ve taken an interest in things than supplement my diet. Tropical Traditions’ Antioxidant Omega 3 Greens is a powdered drink mix of vegetables, greens and fiber, which they say can help you meet your daily nutritional requirements. I was intrigued, so I decided to check out a canister and share my thoughts with you! And Tropical Traditions are giving away one Berry-flavored canister of Antioxidant Omega 3 Greens to one lucky Contest Corner reader, so read on!
When my canister of Antioxidant Omega 3 Greens arrived, I was eager to give it a try and see what it was like. I chose the “Berry” flavor because that sounded like it would have the best taste; this blend contains flax, fiber, a blend of greens, vegetable powders, sunflower lecithin, an antioxidant blend, an enzyme blend, probiotics, and licorice root extract – click here to read the full nutritional label and ingredients. To prepare, you add one scoop of the power to 6-10 ounces of water. I ended up preparing this in a martini shaker in order to measure the water correctly!
Now, I must confess, I have a hard time taking health supplements that have a bad flavor, so I was concerned about how this would taste. And once I prepared it, I thought, What have I gotten myself into? The drink just did not look appetizing to me. I was hesitant to taste it, but once I took a sip, I was pleasantly surprised. It does have a primarily berry flavor – which you really wouldn’t expect from looking at it. It is certainly an acquired taste, but I found it to be palatable and was able to finish it; which I think is saying something, since my first urge after mixing it was to pour it down the sink! I didn’t finish the very last sip because it was a little sludgy – I tried to mix it well, but as with all powders, quite a bit of it settled at the bottom of the glass.
I’m glad that I got up the nerve to taste these greens, and the experience was pleasant enough that I intend to continue drinking it. I think this is going to be a really useful thing to have in the cupboard and I’m so glad that it tastes better than it looks! I’d love to try mixing this powder in a smoothie, because I think that would work really nicely.
One lucky Contest Corner reader will win a canister of Antioxidant Omega 3 Greens – Berry Flavor! Here’s how to enter:
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Disclaimer: Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.
This article is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any illness or medical condition.