Organic super greens from Cytoplan

Published: 8-Jan-2024

It’s estimated that less than 30% of adults eat the recommended five portions of fruit and vegetables per day and a deficit in nutrients leads to a gap in nutrition according to leading food-based supplement brand Cytoplan

New for January 2024, the ethical supplement brand has created ORGANIC SUPER GREENS + IMMUNITY to close the phytonutrient gap and in turn help people to have their healthiest year yet.

Rich in organic goodness, antioxidants and phytonutrients, this superfood powder provides a significant level of five nutritious greens including broccoli, spinach and kale plus powerhouse acerola cherry to significantly increase daily nutrient and phytonutrient intake and boost vitamin C for immunity.

Certified Organic by the Soil Association, with no added sugar, flavourings or preservatives, suitable for vegans and children aged 4 upwards, SUPER GREENS from Cytoplan is a clean, plant-based superfood powder packed full of goodness in a nutritious blend of organic ingredients that will level up your diet and support immunity all year round.

Amanda Williams, CEO and Nutritional Therapist at Cytoplan who created SUPER GREENS. said: “For more thab 40 years, my philosophy has centred around the prevailing nutrition gap in our diets and the growing need for high-level food-based supplements that are both bio-effective and evidence-based."

"A long-term gap in nutrition from a lack of high-quality nutrient-dense fruit and vegetables is one of the leading causes of non communicable diseases in the UK."

“At Cytoplan our philosophy always advocates for people to close that gap with nutrient-dense food where possible, but due to many factors such as the decreased nutrient levels in our food, it is becoming almost impossible to ensure we are getting a robust diet full of the vital phytonutrients that our bodies need to prevent disease."

“It is my hope that high-quality food-based nutritional products; created with the correct levels of natural and organic nutrients needed in order to make a positive impact continue to support the nation’s health for many years to come.” 

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