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Inno Greens review

Inno Greens Review

Inno Greens is a superfood and super greens formula produced by Inno Supps. The formula contains over 40 potent ingredients and the brand claims it will boost energy levels, reduce inflammation, and support immunity.

The formula contains a wide range of ingredients, from herbal extracts and adaptogens to probiotics and greens – a lot of which are organic!

Inno Supps has taken into account the fact that a lot of people have specific dietary requirements, and therefore the formula has been made to be vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, lactose-free, soy-free.

Inno Greens, alongside other Inno Supps products such as Inno Cleanse, is becoming more and more popular on the supplement market, and therefore, I’m incredibly keen to take a closer look at it to see if it really can provide the benefits it claims it will.

If you’re thinking of purchasing Inno Greens, or you’re also interested in taking a closer look at it, check out my full Inno Greens review below.

Inno Greens Tub

Inno Greens First Impressions

Looking at the Inno Supps website, I’m impressed.

There’s a variety of informative, engaging, and interesting content all over the site, the products the brand produces all look powerful, and the branding is sleek!

My impression of Inno Greens is just as positive – it seems like a great product at an initial glance. The branding is great, it seems to contain a variety of potent ingredients, and the brand has supplied a decent amount of information about the formula on its product page.

So, hopefully, it keeps impressing me as I take a closer look at it.

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Background on Inno Supps

Inno Supps first came onto the market in 2019, founded by Kevin Gunderson. However, since 2009 Gunderson has been working with an expert team of scientists and nutritionists to create top-quality powdered formulas and capsule supplements.

The main focus for Inno Supps is within the fitness and weight loss niche, with the brand’s best sellers being the Shred Focus, Night Shred, and Protein. Although, the Greens formula is definitely up there in popularity too!

Inno Greens Benefits

Inno Greens is supposed to boost energy levels, improve cognitive function, boost immunity, and fight inflammation.

The brand has also provided information about the benefits associated with each blend that exists within the formula.

The green blend is supposed to boost immunity, push toxins from the body, and increase energy levels. The prebiotic and probiotic blend is supposed to support the digestive system, and the ashwagandha is supposed to reduce stress levels.

Inno Greens Ingredients

The Inno Greens formula contains over 40 individual ingredients. Unfortunately, all of these ingredients, bar one, exist in proprietary blends.

Therefore, it’s unclear how much of each ingredient exists within the formula.

However, I’ll be looking at the efficacy of the powder later in this review. First, let’s take a look at the ingredient label!

Here is the complete list of the Inno Greens ingredients:
  • Organic Superfood Blend – 425mg – Organic Wheatgrass Powder, Organic Spirulina Algae Powder, Wheatgrass Juice Powder (as NutraGrass), Organic Chlorella Powder (cracked cell), Organic Moringa Leaf Powder, Organic Matcha Green Tea Leaf Powder, Organic Greens Blend (Organic Alfalfa Grass Powder, Organic Wheatgrass Powder, Organic Barley Grass Powder, Organic Kale Powder, Organic Oat Grass Powder, Organic Spirulina Powder, Organic Lemon Juice Powder, Organic Chlorella Powder, Organic Astragalus Powder, as Green Balance).
  • Advanced Prebiotic + Probiotic Blend – 2,250mg –Inulin (from chicory root), Bacillus coagulans (shelf stable) (as ProDURA) (1 million CFU).
  • Super Antioxidant + Hydration Blend – 375mg –Organic Freeze Dried Coconut Water Powder (as CocOganic), Organic Turmeric Root Powder, Organic Beet Root Juice Powder, Antioxidant Blend (Acai Juice Powder, Jabuticaba Juice Powder, Pomegranate Juice Powder, Goji Fruit Extract Powder, Acerola Juice Powder, Mangosteen Super ORAC Powder, Organic Amla Fruit Powder, Strawberry Juice Powder, Cranberry Juice Powder, Organic Schisandra Berry Extract Powder, Organic Maqui Berry Powder.
  • Natural Adaptogen Compound – 100mg –Organic Ashwagandha Root Extract (as KSM-66).
  • Digestive Enzyme Blend (as DigeSEB Super) – 40mg –Amylase, Protease Blend (I, II, III), Lipase, Lactase, HemiSEB, Cellulase, Glucoamylase, Diastase, Invertase, Bromelain, Peptizyme SP, Papain and Alpha-Galactosidase.
  • Other Ingredients – Malic Acid, Natural Flavors, Luo Han Guo Fruit Extract, Stevia Leaf Extract, Beet Root Juice Powder.

Here is the supplement facts label:

Inno Greens Label

How does Inno Greens Taste?

Inno Greens is available in either Goji Citrus or Lemon Lime.

Looking at customer reviews, most people think the formula is tasty! However, there are several reviewers that aren’t keen on the taste and think that it’s still too pungent, even with the natural flavoring ingredients and sweeteners.

Side Effects

There are no side effects associated with the Inno Greens formula.

However, the brand does warn that it should not be consumed by anyone under 18, anyone pregnant or breastfeeding, anyone who has known medical conditions, or anyone taking medication.

Does Inno Greens Work?

Inno Greens does not have a fully disclosed ingredients label because the formula is made up of four proprietary blends.

This means that it’s unknown how much of each ingredient exists within the formula, therefore meaning it’s impossible to know if each ingredient is sufficiently dosed.

However, we can take a look at the amounts of each blend and the recommended doses of the ingredients within them to see if they have the potential to be sufficiently dosed.

A large number of ingredients within the Inno Greens formula are not sufficiently dosed.

Looking at the Organic Superfood Blend, the entire blend weighs 5425mg, and the recommended dose of just three ingredients, spirulina, chlorella, and wheatgrass totals 6g.

Therefore, clearly, not all of the ingredients within this blend are sufficiently dosed – especially since there are over 10 individual ingredients.

Looking at the Super Antioxidant and Hydration blend, the ingredients within it are also unlikely to be sufficiently dosed – the blend weighs 375mg in total but the recommended dose of turmeric alone is 500-2,000mg.

The only ingredient that is actually disclosed is ashwagandha.

There is 100mg of ashwagandha in the formula, but with a standard recommended dose of 500-600mg, it’s also insufficiently dosed.

Overall, it seems that a large number of ingredients within the Inno Greens formula are not sufficiently dosed.

Therefore, the formula may not provide the benefits that the brand claims it will.

Aswagandha Root and Powder

Inno Greens Reviews

Inno Greens is available on Amazon and therefore we can take a look on there to see what people honestly think about the product. There are 107 ratings of the formula, with the product scoring 4.6 stars out of 5 stars overall.

So, let’s take a look at a selection of these reviews!

I work outside alot and during my breaktimes i enjoy drinking innogreens. Flavor is suprisingly sweet for it being what it is, but its not overpowering. Sediment collects quickly in whatever bottle you use if you dont immediately drink it but easily shakes up and doesnt stick. If you’re looking to start a healthier diet, this is a great start. Love the brand as you can see too. Be mindful of pricing, it fluctuates wildly between amazon and social media ads, and whatever particular deals they have going on, dont care for that too much as the price starts to add up if youre considering other stacks. 5-star review

The extensive ingredient list in this formula made me want to give Inno Greens a try, and the fact that it’s flavored was an added bonus. I’ve been using greens powders for years—most have that characteristic grassy overtone, and it’s an acquired taste. This tastes quite different (in a good way) and is quite sweet. Unfortunately, as the day wears on, my stomach lets me know there’s something in this mix that isn’t sitting well. I’ve tried half doses and full strength—nothing seems to alleviate the eventual stomach cramps. 3-star review

At least for me the flavor was horrible. No matter what kind of juice I tried it was hard to drink. 1-star review

Money-Back Guarantee / Returns Policy

Inno Supps doesn’t offer a money-back guarantee.

However, you can return unopened products within 30 days of purchase for a full refund. If you have already used 20% or less of the product, you can return the tub within 30 days for a 50% refund.

Where to buy Inno Greens?

You can buy Inno Cleanse from the Inno Supps website and from Amazon.

Is It Worth The Price?

You can either purchase Inno Greens on a one-time purchase or on a subscription. If you choose to purchase a subscription, you will receive 20% off.

One tub of Inno Greens contains 30 servings.

If you choose to buy one tub of Inno Greens on a one-time purchase, it will cost $49.99, meaning the cost per serving works out at $1.66.

If you subscribe to Inno Greens, it will cost $39.99 per tub, meaning the cost per serving works out at $1.33.

Although Inno Greens isn’t ridiculously expensive, unfortunately, I still don’t think that the formula is worth the price it’s sold for.

This is due to the fact that the formula contains proprietary blends and may not contain sufficiently dosed ingredients.

Therefore, it’s unclear if the formula will actually provide the ingredients that the brand claims it will.

My Final Verdict

Although Inno Supps seems like a great brand and I had a good first impression of the Inno Greens formula, I feel let down.

My main issue with the formula is the fact that it doesn’t have a fully disclosed label and the ingredients within the formula are likely to be insufficiently dosed. Therefore, the formula might not actually work in the way that the brand claims it will!

Therefore, I wouldn’t recommend the formula.

If you are looking for a super greens formula to provide you with benefits, you should choose a powder that has a fully disclosed label, doesn’t contain proprietary blends, and definitely does contain sufficiently dosed ingredients.

Adam Author

About the LifeHacker Guy

Hi, I'm Adam the founder of the LifeHacker Guy.

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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