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Activz Complete combines phytonutrients from nine servings of fruits and vegetables into a shake to support the immune system and overall health. This shake can be used as a general multivitamin supplement, recovery drink or even just a healthy snack. In addition to providing 22 vitamins and minerals used by the body, this shake contains omega fatty acids that support brain and heart health, as well as 10 strains of probiotics to strengthen the digestive system. Each canister of Activz Complete contains 15 servings.

Activz has the whole family covered with Probiotic Kids, Probiotic Adult and Probiotic Senior. Each supplement combines 12 probiotic strains specifically targeted for each group’s needs, in addition to replenishing beneficial bacteria in the gut and maintaining gastrointestinal health. Probiotic Kids helps support young immune and digestive systems without overloading them, Probiotic Adult caters to typical adult body chemistries and Probiotic Senior helps maintain carbohydrate metabolism and optimal lipid levels.

Activz has released Organic Coconut Water Powder as a versatile and cost-effective choice for those looking for the nutritional benefits of coconut water. Made from young, organic coconuts from Thailand, this powder can easily reconstitute in water or juice, with each serving being the equivalent to half a cup of fresh coconut water and keeping the same taste and nutrients of its liquid form. Due to its ability to replenish electrolytes, Activz recommends using this as an alternative to traditional sports drinks. This can also serve as a sweetener or substitute for soft drinks or sugar juices.

Activz Greens Smoothie provides the benefits of several green vegetables and organic grasses in one convenient daily shake. In addition to combining eight organic superfoods including spirulina, wheatgrass, kale and barley, there are many other nutritional components designed to provide support for digestion and detoxification. These include chlorophyll, antioxidants from fruits and herbs like curcumin and grape seed, as well as vitamin C from acerola cherry and vitamin D from white button mushrooms.


Published in WholeFoods Magazine, December 2014