Review: Greens Pak

Greens Pak offers a fairly typical mixture of greens (grasses and spirulina), veggie powders (carrot, broccoli, spinach juices) and special herbs (in this case grouped into an “antioxidant blend” including milk thistle, red beet root and aloe vera leaf powders). There are good amounts of all of these blends and a good amount of filler, which is Lecithin in this case. The product comes in handy, single-serving packs, but the serving size is only 7.5 grams, about half of what other brands suggest. This makes the price tag rather steep for this product, even though the formulation is comparable to several other products. Compare price and formula to these products: Antioxidant Greens, Delicious Greens, and Go Greens.

Manufacturer’s Description

Greens Pak is a great-tasting, easy-to-mix phyto-nutrient powder that is loaded with energy-packed whole foods, super fruits, antioxidant foods, vegetables, enzymes, probiotics, fiber and plant extracts to help energize your body. A super blend of completely natural vitamins, ConcenTrace® ionic trace minerals, enzymes, phyto-nutrients and symbiotic intestinal flora helps to provide your body with added energy, increased metabolism, efficient digestion and detoxification, and helps strengthen your body’s natural defenses for heightened rejuvenation and longevity.

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Sweet and slightly fruity. Flavored with Stevia.

Ingredients & Nutritional Facts

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Good mixture, comparable to many others on the market. Strong in greens, veggies and special herbs.


Cost is higher than competing products.

Recommended Usage

Open packet and place the entire contents of the packet into 6-8 oz. of water and stir. May also be put in juice, a smoothie, or other beverage. Some caking may occur.

Certifications & Manufacturing

ORAC = 800 per gram


7.9 oz = $32.23
Prices vary greatly, depending on the outlet. Shop around!

Price per oz = $4.08

Where to Purchase

Greens Pak, 30 packets on Amazon

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  1. you are not telling the whole truth about the ingredients in this product,first it claims to be vegan but it has dairy,or if not dairy it has MSG which is really bad for you and what are the preservatives because on the packets it just says preservatives

  2. Kevin,
    Are you looking at the same product as the rest of us? There is no mention of MSG or any preservatives on the label. Perhaps you are looking at a different version? Also, regarding the Vegan claim (which is on their website), you may be thinking that the Lactase is a dairy product, but this can be created in a laboratory environment which is many times removed from the bovine source. It is considered to be vegan by all but the most fanatical of vegan vegetarians.

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