Field of Greens by Brickhouse Nutrition is a superfood formula containing an array of powerful fruits, vegetables, herbs, prebiotics, and probiotics. The formula is one of the most popular produced by the brand, with over 2,500 reviews.
Brickhouse Nutrition claims that it will boost the immune system, aid the body with detoxing, increase energy levels, and support a healthy metabolism. The Field of Greens formula is vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and USDA certified organic, meaning over 95% of the ingredients within the formula are organic.
This product and the brand that produces it certainly look impressive, so I’m really looking forward to taking a closer look to see if the formula really lives up to the hype.
Check out my Field of Greens review, the greens superfood powder from Brickhouse Nutrition. I reveal the pros and cons you need to know before buying this supplement.
First Impression of Field of Greens
The first impressions of the Field of Greens formula are good!
The branding on both the website and the product isn’t over the top exciting, but everything is smart and well thought through. A nice touch that can be found on the website is that they offer an array of recipes for using the formula.
The brand doesn’t offer a huge range of products, with only five other formulas. However, I don’t necessarily think this is a bad thing, as it shows the brand hasn’t tried to expand into areas where they maybe don’t have expertise or experience.
Other products available include sleep aid formula, multivitamins tablets, amino acids, and creatine formula, and whilst all of those products are popular, Field of Greens is the most purchased.
Background on Brickhouse Nutrition
Brickhouse Nutrition was founded in 2016 in Ohio but has since moved and is now based in Texas. The team behind the brand contains five men, all bringing different types of experience and knowledge to the party. The CEO is Myles Grimard.
The brand grew exponentially after producing its first product, the Foundation formula – a mixture of creatine and ATP.
Fitness fanatics couldn’t get enough of it when first released, with some claiming it had revolutionized the fitness supplement world.
Field of Greens Ingredients
The serving size of the Field of Greens is 10g, and the formula contains over 25 ingredients. All of these ingredients are certified USDA organic, vegan, and gluten-free. So, it’s all looking good so far, that is until we take a look at the ingredients list in detail.
The ingredients within the formula all reside in proprietary blends. Although we will touch on why proprietary blends are bad news a little later in this review, it’s a real shame that they feature. In addition, not only is the formula made up of proprietary blends, but the amount of each blend isn’t even mentioned.
Let’s take a closer look at the blends and the ingredients.
- Organic Greens Blend (4 grams) – Organic Spinach Powder, Organic Parsley Powder, Organic Kale Powder, Organic Barley Grass Powder, Organic Wheat Grass Powder, Organic Spirulina Powder, Organic Chlorella Powder, Organic Green Pepper Powder, Organic Green Apple Powder, Organic Green Banana Powder, Organic Sweet Potato Powder, Organic Broccoli Powder.
- Organic Prebioitic Fiber (2 grams) – Inulin.
- Organic Antioxidant Reds Blend (1.5 grams) – Organic Beet Root Powder, Organic Strawberry Powder, Organic Raspberry Powder, Organic Blueberry Powder, Organic Tart Cherry Powder, Organic Pomegranate Powder, Organic Cranberry Powder.
- Organic Metabolic Blend (1 gram) – Organic Ginger Powder, Organic Licorice Powder, Organic Turmeric Powder, Organic Green Tea Powder.
- Prebiotic Blend (3 Billion CFU/g) – Bacillus Coagulans supplying 3 Billion CFU/g.
How does the Field of Greens Taste?
Field of Greens is available in both Wildberry flavor, or unflavoured. The Wildberry flavor contains stevia extract, citric acid, natural flavorings, and artificial flavorings.
The fact that this product contains artificial flavorings is a huge letdown, especially for a brand that puts so much emphasis on being organic and natural.
However, both of the formulas are refreshing and light, without the pungent ‘grassy’ taste that some super greens formulas have. It’s easy to drink and enjoy the formula simply mixed with water.
The only warning on the Field of Greens formula is with regards to the green tea extract and beetroot within the mix. Due to the fact, green tea extract contains caffeine, and this product is sold in California where it’s illegal not to have a warning, warning label features.
Apart from that, there aren’t any warnings as there should be no side effects from consuming the formula.
Does Field of Greens Work?
This is one of the only formulas I can’t fully investigate to see whether it will work or not due to the fact the weight of ingredients within the formula isn’t shown, as they use proprietary blends.
I am always somewhat conflicted when I see a brand that I like and see they have not disclosed their ingredients fully.
It’s a big deal for me and should be for you too because it means we really don’t know if the formula will contain enough ingredients to work.
And the fact is, if the formula contains too low dosages then it simply won’t work as suggested by the brand.
It really seems such a shame as the brand has clearly put a lot of effort into ensuring the formula gets USDA certified organic.
I always try and take supplements that have full disclosure labeling with transparency over their ingredients.
Field of Greens Reviews
Typically I will have a look at third-party sites such as Amazon to share reviews of the product, but this product isn’t listed on Amazon or any third party site.
Although the formula could be absolutely incredible, it does seem strange that out of the 2508 reviews on the site, there are no 2-star or 1-star reviews. Nevertheless, these reviews are all we have so let’s take a look.
Let’s take a look selection of the reviews:
Even if I actually was able to eat all the fruits and vegetables in a balanced diet, I’d probably still add Field of Greens. But since I can’t quite reach that goal every day, Field of Greens fills that gap. And it’s delicious.5-star review
As this is the first time I’ve tried the Field of greens and have not used the product very much I like what it’s starting with the way my system is reacting to this product. I’m still testing the product but I love the product.4-star review
The product had an artificial sweetener aftertaste. It has Stevia in. I did not give one star because Brick House Nutrition’s customer service was phenomenal and offered me a full refund but I did not like the product.2-star review
Money-Back Guarantee / Returns Policy
Brickhouse Nutrition offers a 60-day money-back guarantee on all of their products. The brand even covers the cost of the return shipping, which is a nice touch.
Where to buy Field of Greens?
Field of Greens, at the time of writing this review, can only be purchased on the Brickhouse Nutrition website.
Is It Worth The Price?
A tub of Field of Greens, from the Brickhouse Nutrition website, costs $58.95. This works out at a cost of $1.97 per serving.
If you order more tubs, you can receive a discount. For example, two tubs total $112.90 (cost per serving of $1.89) and three tubs total $166.85 (cost per serving of $1.85).
You can also choose to subscribe to the formula and receive 15% off. For example, one tub on a subscription works out at $53.06, at a cost per serving of $1.76.
This is a reasonably fair price for a super greens formula. However, it’s not really a fair price for a formula of which no one knows the weight of ingredients and whether it will actually work or not.
Taking a look at shipping, Brickhouse Nutrition doesn’t go into details about where they ship to or how much they charge for shipping, but they do confirm they ‘ship overseas’, as well as within the USA.
Brickhouse Nutrition seems like a good, trustworthy brand with a small selection of perfectly curated products, on initial glance. Everything from the USDA certified organic status of the products to the recipe ideas of each formula is professional and high end.
However, then we take a look at what’s actually inside the Field of Greens formula.
Field of Greens is packed with five proprietary blends, containing in total over 25 ingredients. Proprietary blends are never good news due to the fact you never know how much of each ingredient is present in the formula.
I have reservations to recommend this product because quite simply no one knows if it will work or not! There are much better superfood formulas out there that show you exactly what they contain, so you can have confidence in what you’re consuming.
LifeHacker Guy Greens Recommendation
Please give me a few moments to shamelessly introduce my brand, SuperGreen TONIK.
I have researched a lot (and I mean a lot) of super greens out there but was disappointed with most of the ones I tried.
So, I went out and created my own with the help of a USA manufacturer because I wanted to ensure I got all my veggie goodness in the right amounts, and of course within a no-fuss single serving each day.
None of the other brands offered that.
Its the best out there (of course I would say that about my own), but let me tell you why...
- No hidden ingredient amounts - we have full disclosure labelling, so you know EXACTLY whats inside
- Sufficient ingredient amounts to make a difference - we include at least (if not more of) the minimum effective amounts supported by research
- Ingredients that also could boost mental clarity and shake off brain fog - to boost my at work and home
After many months I finally got a greens formula that fuels my body and mind for the day ahead.
But please dont JUST take my word for it, make up your own decision by checking out my review. (I TRY BE BE AS UNBIASED AS POSSIBLE )