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Health and wellness brand NFS brings a well-rounded approach to the superfood space

Nfs Super Greens

The lifestyle, health and nutrition-focused brand NFS has launched a completely new supplement that goes perfectly with all of the other items it has available. The brand’s latest innovation is officially titled Super Greens, and it is indeed a robust, greens-based superfood product in a tasty Green Apple flavor. NFS hasn’t taken the straightforward path either; it has packed significantly more than the usual fruits and greens ingredients into Super Greens, supporting and improving a variety of worthwhile benefits.

NFS Super Greens has a whole host of components in terms of fruits and greens, with a combined 6.4g of greens, which does include ProteoSmart vegan-friendly protein sources and 140mg of an antioxidant blend featuring all sorts of superfoods as it’s made up of the Oxynea and Spectra blends. To further fill out the formula and highlight sheet, the supplement has a moderate 225mg mix of ashwagandha and rhodiola, both known for effects in the area of hormone health, recovery, performance, and stress, and finally, a 1.46g blend of prebiotic fiber, probiotics, and digestive enzymes for complete gut health.

Again, NFS has taken the easy road and just stuck with superfoods for what is its superfood supplement; it has rounded out the whole experience, supporting many other areas of health and wellness, especially digestion and gut health, which go nicely alongside the more common benefits it promotes.

As is the case with any supplement from NFS, the place to get your hands on Super Greens is, of course, its online store at The price of the advanced superfood formula is $44.99 for a full-size tub of 30 servings, enough to get you through a typical month when mixed and consumed daily. As mentioned earlier, Super Greens is a flavored product, available in one taste to start with Green Apple, and while superfood competitors aren’t always the best, knowing the experience behind NFS, we imagine it hits the spot.