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BioSchwartz Green Superfood Review

BioSchwartz Green Superfood is a super greens formula containing over 40 plant nutrients, prebiotics, probiotics, and digestive enzymes. The brand claims that the formula provides over 8 impressive benefits, including supporting the digestive system. boosting energy levels and supporting the immune system.

Every BioSchwartz product has to pass the brand’sBS’ test, which has six stages. This means that by the time the product is finally created, it’s FDA certified, third-party tested and approved by health care professionals.

I’m really looking forward to taking a closer look at this formula, especially because the brand meticulously tests every one of its products. So, let’s dive right in and check out my full BioSchwartz Green Superfood review below.

Bioschwartz Greens Superfood

BioSchwartz Green Superfood First Impression

At first glance, BioSchwartz as a whole, and the Green Superfood formula look impressive. The fact that all of the products go through a 6-step test process is admirable and it makes the consumer immediately put their trust in the brand.

When it comes to the BioSchwartz Green Superfood product itself, there’s a substantial amount of information about the product’s benefits on the website, and the branding on the tub is bold and appealing.

Hopefully, when I take a look at the ingredients list I’m as impressed as I am by the brand’s façade!

Other Greens powders I have reviewed you may be interested in:

Background on BioSchwartz

BioSchwartz was founded in 2015 and is based in Florida. CEO, Tom Mooy is an international businessman with years of experience in the pharmaceutical and consumer healthcare industry. The brand specializes in producing non-GMO supplements that are pure, potent, and clinically tested.

The Green Superfood formula is one of the most popular supplements that the brand produces, along with Turmeric capsules, weight loss tablets, colon detox formula and hair, and nail growth tablets. In total, the brand has over 40 products to offer its customers.

BioSchwartz Green Superfood Benefits

BioSchwartz claims that the Green Superfood formula will provide a multitude of health benefits.

This greens formula is not just essential vitamins and minerals though. The brand claims that the formula increases energy levels, supports the immune system, promotes heart health, pushes toxins from the body, promotes antioxidant activity, supports nutrient absorption, supports digestion, and aids with weight management.

Although it’s great that the brand is so optimistic about its claims, that’s a very long list of benefits! Hopefully, the ingredients will back up the claims – let’s take a look!

Tip: Most greens superfoods have similar benefits but some do it much better. Check out my round-up of top brands that are worth checking out.

BioSchwartz Green Superfood Ingredients

The Green Superfood formula contains over 50 ingredients, all of which are certified organic apart from 5 digestive enzymes. All of the ingredients, apart from 5 of them, exist within proprietary blends, which is a real shame, especially because the brand makes such big claims.

However, we’ll take a look at whether the formula will work shortly.

First, let’s look at the ingredients to see what we’re working with!
  • Alfalfa Leaf (400mg)
  • Vegetable Blend (600mg) – Carrot, Tomato, Beet Root, Kale
  • Ancient Grains Blend (400mg) – Amaranth, Barley, Buckwheat, Durum, Millet, Chia, Quinoa, Spelt
  • Superfruit Blend (315mg) – Banana, Blueberry, Bilberry, Acai Berry, Strawberry, Raspberry, Tart Cherry, Elderberry, Cranberry
  • Alkalizing Blend (150mg) – Alfalfa, Wheatgrass, Barley Grass, Oat Grass, Broccoli, Cabbage, Parsley, Kale, Spirulina, Chlorella, Sea Kelp, Dulse, Dandelion, Brocolli Sprouted Seeds
  • Sprouted Seed Blend (50mg) – Millet Sprouted Seed, Broccoli Sprouted Seed
  • Spirulina (50mg)
  • Probiotic/Prebiotic Blend (2500mg) – Bacillus Coagulans (1 billion CFU), Apple Fiber, Agave Inulin, Gum Acacia, Xanthan Gum
  • Digestive Enzyme Blend (25mg) – Amylase, Protease, Glucoamylase, Lipase, Cellulase, Bromelain
  • Ginger Root (50mg)
  • Cinnamon Bark (25mg)
  • Other ingredients: Xylitol, Stevia Leaf Extract, Citric Acid, Malic Acid

The Green Superfood in particular contains an array of certified organic ingredients, it’s non-GMO, soy-free, nut-free, and although the brand doesn’t market the formula as vegetarian-friendly, none of the ingredients suggest otherwise.

You can check out the ingredients label below.

Bioschwartz Greens Superfood ingredients label

How does BioSchwartz Green Superfood Taste?

The formula isn’t flavored, instead, it’s just sweetened naturally with Stevia and natural acids. The sweeteners do help a little with making the formula less harsh, but it still has an earthy taste of vegetables.

The taste of the formula might be too overwhelming for people that have never taken super greens before.

Check out the winning tastes in my round-up best-tasting greens.

Side Effects

You shouldn’t experience any side effects when consuming this formula. However, as I always say, if you’re pregnant, breastfeeding, taking medication or you’re under 18, you should consult a doctor before consumption.

Does BioSchwartz Green Superfood Work?

It’s such a shame that BioSchwartz has chosen to use proprietary blends within this formula, as I was really impressed with it before looking at the ingredients list! The problem when a brand uses proprietary blends is that the consumer can’t work out how much of each ingredient they’re consuming. Therefore, it’s hard to figure out if the formula will actually provide the benefits the brand claims it will.

As it’s impossible to figure out whether proprietary blends actually work, let’s look at the ingredients that stand alone within the formula, and see if they at least meet the recommended daily dose!

For example, there’s 1000mg of Spinach Leaf in the formula. Although the daily recommended dose of Spinach does depend on age, diet, and weight, experts believe people should consume between 1,500mg to 3,000mg daily. Therefore, this is just slightly lower than the recommended dosage, but still close.

However, when we look at Spirulina, for example, there’s only 50mg of it within the formula. The recommended daily dose of Spirulina is between 1000mg – 3000mg (Healthline) and therefore there’s nowhere near enough of this ingredient in the formula.

Overall, it’s difficult to say whether the formula will work or not, but it’s not great that even the ingredients that stand alone aren’t hitting the recommended daily doses.

BioSchwartz Green Superfood Review

Taking a look at Amazon, there are over 1,000 reviews on the BioSchwartz Green Superfood formula and overall, it has 4.5 stars out of 5 stars. Let’s take a look at a selection of the customer reviews below!

I’m enjoying this superfood powder more than I anticipated. My thoughts on superfoods powder, in general, were the unpleasant taste. This BioSchwartz super greens powder is something I could drink daily, however. I mixed a scoop with plain water the first time. The taste reminded me of a subtle flavor of beets; perhaps, spinach too. I noticed a burst of energy and clarity shortly after. I’ve been stirring a scoop in with my protein drinks and the combination works well too. Glad to have found this from BioSchwartz, as I would definitely buy it again.5-star review

This product is OK but there are better green drinks on the market, that have a lot more of the nutritional greens in them. There just isn’t that high a content of the dark healthy greens in this particular product.3-star review

I am not a picky eater, and I love the taste of vegetables. This was almost impossible for me to choke down. I can’t imagine a beverage that would cover the flavor of this powder. The taste was so revolting that I had an upset stomach for an hour after drinking this. To be clear, I don’t think the product causes nausea — I think my body just was just punishing me for putting something that tasted so bad inside it. The mix was gritty, but not terribly so. Now I have nearly a whole canister of something completely unpalatable. Eat real veggies instead. Your body will thank you.1-star review

Money-Back Guarantee / Returns Policy

BioSchwartz has a 30-day money-back guarantee on all of its products.

Where to buy BioSchwartz Green Superfood?

You can purchase BioSchwartz products, including the Green Superfood formula, on the BioSchwartz website (Although this has been removed recently – 02/02/2021), on Amazon, or on other third-party supplement websites such as iHerb.

Is It Worth The Price?

One tub of Green Superfood from the BioSchwartz website costs $24.99. Each tub contains 30 servings, therefore the cost per serving is $0.83. The brand also offers a 5% discount on the formula if you sign up for a subscription.

BioSchwartz only offers to ship within the US. If you spend over $35 you get free shipping. Otherwise, shipping options vary from $5.95 for standard shipping to $19.95 for priority shipping.

The price of this formula, even with the cost of shipping, is really low cost in comparison to other brand’s formulas on the super greens market.

My Final Verdict

Although the brand is informative, the formula is FDA approved, it has a money-back guarantee, it’s a low cost, and has a substantial number of positive reviews, the fact that the formula might not work makes it hard for me to recommend it.

If the brand had chosen to replace the proprietary blends with the correct amount of each ingredient, I would definitely recommend this formula.

With proprietary blends present, and even the amounts of the ingredients that stand alone don’t match up to the recommended daily doses, this makes it hard to recommend.

Unfortunately, I have to say that I wouldn’t recommend this formula as I think there are much more nutrient-rich formulas out there on the market.

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I have a First Class Honours degree in Sports Science from Brighton University, specialising in exercise physiology and nutrition. In my youth I was a competitive Triathlete and long-distance runner placing top 10 in most triathlon races I completed.

Since suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, I moved into web development, after a couple of years I then moved onto developing a number of online businesses. I've recently taken a sabbatical and I'm now looking to make big changes in my life, hopefully this may resonate with you - join me in my journey!

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