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Organifi Green Powder is a product made by the company Fit Life, and their headquarters are based out of San Diego, California. They make a dried super food green drink to take with you on the go or to enjoy at home, and you will automatically be enrolled in their auto ship program once you buy a single canister of the powder from the website.* The cost for one of the canisters will cost around $65.00 for a 30-day supply after shipping, and the canister will only come to you half full. You are essentially paying for weighted volume, so just be aware of that up front.*
The Ingredients In the Green Juice: chlorella, moringa, spirulina, mint, beets, matcha green tea, wheatgrass, ashwaghanda, turmeric, lemon, coconut water, monk fruit.*
While these ingredients look impressive, not all of them are actually proven to be good for you. For example, Ashwaghanda is a very controversial ingredient that has many side effects if you have pre-existing health conditions. DO NOT consume this product if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, as there have been reports of it being unsafe to consume during this time. Ashwaghanda has also been known to cause stomach ulcers, and gastrointestinal distress such as vomiting, diarrhea, and becoming nauseous.* Finally, Ashwaghanda has been known to lower blood sugar levels so if you are a diabetic it could interfere with your medication. Always consult a doctor before consuming this ingredient. To my amazement, right on the canister of Organifi’s Green Juice it states: “Warning this product may contain a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm.” Really?!?*
Do Dieters Lose Weight On Organifi?
There is scientific evidence, that in order to gain health you need to ingest the proper vitamins and minerals, especially in the form of greens. This throughout history has not been known to be bad for you, and people are not taking this product to lose weight necessarily, but to become healthier. There is a controversial ingredient as listed above, which has confirmed that this may not be the healthiest way to get your daily greens. The overall testimonies on the website were rather cheesy, and staged to be cordial. Aside from their website, the only true form of genuine reviews came from Amazon and there was a 3.5 star rating overall. Many people were pissed off at the customer service of Organifi directly, their auto ship program you get suckered into if you don’t order from Amazon, and the canisters being half full. On top of those complaints, there were many comments about the drink mix clumping, which left powdery green chunks in their drinks. Yuck!
Is Organifi Easy To Use?
Yes, the whole point of this drink mix is to make it as easy for the customer to consume, which is why the serving sizes are small. The consumer is only meant to drink the green juice once a day, and the supply will last for 30-days. Some of the side effects noted were stomach issues such as vomiting, diarrhea, and gas. Others noted that the taste had a strong peppermint flavor, so be aware of that if you are not fond of peppermint.*
This product overall seems like a waste of money in my personal opinion. You are enrolled into an auto ship program right off the bat if you order directly from the website, and the only way to cancel is to call their customer support number which is 760-487-8587. The product is very expensive based off of the serving amounts you are paying for, and there are traces of potentially hazardous ingredients known to cause cancer in the product. On a more positive note, there social media page was rather vibrant and posted relative content to its followers, which shows the company has a decent side.However, I do not recommend this product, and at the end of the day save your money and your stomach from this Green Juice made by Organifi.
*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.
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