Energised Greens. Warning: liquid veg content, only suitable for carnivores.
The idea is that a typical modern diet doesn’t contain enough natural unprocessed food, so you need to take steps to eat more of that natural, un-monkeyed-about with stuff to get more the the super-ness from your food. But of course even if you eat totally real natural food… well thats not as natural or super as it used to be. Its also difficult to add much value to a cabbage or to be able to sell cabbages by mail-order. So it needs to be you know – compressed, rarified, weaponised and errr processed in order to be totally totally super.
EDIT of course all the totally totally superness is nullified if you mix weaponised cabbage powder with normal tap water, because of all cancer in tap water. I can sell you some powdered water sachets to used insteadPosted 5 years agomaccruiskeenSubscriber
It sounds very similar to Dr Udos greens that I’ve used, they don’t replace the greens, a bit of a top up, I think the Udos oil makes a difference in your diet though
I think any food marketing that involves the word ‘Doctor’ as part of its branding must to have some sort of actual like affirming ingredient in it, surely thats the law, otherwise the good Doctor wouldn’t prescribe it for our non-specific ailments. Dr Udos, The Food Doctor and his attractively packaged scoop ‘n’ save nuts, Doctor Gillian Mackeith’s photosynthesis promoting bottled pish, Doctor Oetker’s super nutritional pizzas. Dr Who’s Whula Whoops.Posted 5 years ago
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