We all know we should eat our greens, but it can be hard including enough vegetables in our diet with our busy lives. Eating a variety of whole green foods is important for obtaining micronutrients that our bodies need to function optimally. With Sproos® Collagen Greens, you can rest assured you are not only getting the health supporting benefits of wild-caught marine collagen (think skin, hair, nails, gut and joint health) but conscientiously-chosen, “super-green” organic vegetables, in one easy scoop. Simply whisk into water or add to your smoothie for a daily boost to your diet. It’s that easy- because at Sproos®, we’re all about making health simple.
Now you can drink your collagen and greens all in one easy step! Each scoop of Sproos® Collagen Greens combines premium, wild-caught marine collagen with a blend of five carefully-chosen, micronutrient-rich organic greens (wheatgrass, spinach, kale, spirulina and moringa). Plus we’ve added organic acerola as a natural source of vitamin C to support absorption, and coconut water and sea salt for electrolytes and a hint of flavour.
- One scoop contains 7 g wild-caught marine collagen & 6 g of organic greens
- Wild-caught marine collagen sourced from North Atlantic fish
- Project Non-GMO Verified
- Clean, uncomplicated formulation
- Unflavoured and unsweetened
- Whisk into water or blend into your smoothie
- Try with a squeeze of lemon for a refreshing zing!
- 20 servings per tub
Ingredients: Hydrolyzed Marine Collagen, Organic Wheatgrass, Organic Spinach, Organic Kale, Organic Spirulina, Organic Moringa, Organic Coconut Water, Sea Salt, Organic Acerola.
Contains: Fish (cod, pollock, haddock)
Recommended purpose: Helps to support and maintain whole body health providing supplemental essential amino acids from collagen peptides and micronutrients from super-green organic vegetables.
Directions: Add one scoop per day to 355 – 473 mL of cold water and shake or whisk until fully dissolved, or blend into your favourite smoothie.
Caution: If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult a health care practitioner prior to use. If you have liver or kidney disease or been instructed to follow a low protein diet, consult a health care practitioner prior to use. Collagen may cause mild gastrointestinal disturbances.