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Makes getting your 6-8 servings of fruits and vegetables a breeze!



(12 customer reviews)

$39.99$99.99 or subscribe and save 15%

Makes getting your 6-8 servings of fruits and vegetables a breeze!

30 Servings


To grow muscle and perform optimally, you need to start internally – and only Athlete’s Superfood will ensure you get all the essential micronutrients to maximize your efforts. It begins by creating an alkaline environment which counters the acidity and inflammation caused by a diet rich in protein. Athlete’s Superfood also improves immune function – less time being sick, more time in the gym. This nutrient-dense, great-tasting formula makes getting your 6-8 servings of fruits and vegetables a breeze!

For maximum results, can be taken once or more daily. Mix with water anywhere and any time! Blend with protein/juice to create a complete meal replacement shake! 

When do I take Athlete’s Superfood™?
We suggest starting your day with Athlete’s Superfood to get your body into an alkaline environement as quickly as possible.

Can I take it with food?
Absolutely! Athlete’s Superfood IS a food and can be added to any meal. It’s a convenient way to get extra fruits and vegetables.

Should I only take it once per day?
You can use Athlete’s Superfood as often as you would eat fruit and vegetables. We don’t recommend a 100% substitution, but getting enough greens in one’s diet is extremely difficult. Athlete’s Superfood makes it that much easier!

Can I mix Athlete’s Superfood with other AG products?
Athlete’s Superfood can stack with any of our products.  We recommend taking it with 1 scoop of AMMO-8 before am fasted cardio.

Is it important to stick to the 350ml recommendation when mixing Athlete’s Superfood with water?
350ml is just a suggestion – you can use as much or as little water as you like to create the level of flavoring you prefer.

Will it really improve my health?
Without a doubt! Athlete’s Superfood will help your body become alkaline (as opposed to acidic). Disease does not fare well in an alkaline environment. Athlete`s Superfood will also enhance immune function and energy levels.

How will Athlete’s Superfood improve my bodybuilding?
As the General says, “Big muscles don’t mean a thing if you’re not healthy. Athlete’s Superfood ensures you look just as good on the inside as the outside!”

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12 reviews for ATHLETE’S SUPERFOOD

  1. Maurice Belec

    I never start my day without my greens!! Amazing flavour and gets everything moving for the day!!

  2. Phil Raoult

    Hands down the best tasting greens supplement I have ever used. Mixes easily, and I don’t have to blend it with 34 other things to hide the taste.

  3. Kimmyberla

    This is the ONLY greens/fruit blend that I’ll ever drink. The other stuff on the market is not so good. I have it with me in times when I run out of fresh veggies/fruits. I feel good knowing that I’m still feeding my body with the healthy nutrients it needs to feel normal.

  4. Fitdad Don

    Perfect way to start the day or to break a fasting cycle! Love the peppermint to help in digestion too! The peppermint also adds another level to the taste profile! Love this stuff!!!

  5. Manny C

    Legit and tastes like berries. Like it so far and happy to get my veggies/fruits in every day now

  6. P Landry

    Excellent produit!! Merci!! Utilisation quotidienne.

  7. Dale B.

    Better tasting than most. Get while discounted as it is pricey compared to others but it is tasty and hit all the numbers.

  8. Marlene Gallant-Burt

    This product has been my best “go to” product by far when it comes to getting in my fruits/veggies daily. It mixes very well and tastes great! It simply makes getting in those servings easy.

  9. Bruce

    Great way to get your greens and tastes good too!

  10. Robbie Ellerbeck

    I’ve had trouble in the past getting my greens down due to horrible taste. This is my favorite greens supplement by far and has an amazing taste:)

  11. Michelle Moorcroft

    I use this every morning and absolutely love it!

  12. Robert Hughes

    Amazing greens !! great taste !! Packed with high quality nutrient dense foods!! You want to feel great every day start your day with these you won’t be disappointed!!

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