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Miracle Greens Review

Miracle Greens is a UK-based supplement company that produces the Miracle Greens superfood formula. The formula contains 16 superfood ingredients, all of which have specific health benefits, and the brand claims that the combination of them all in the formula will provide benefits such as improved weight loss, higher energy levels, and a supported digestive system.

Although Miracle Greens was only founded two years ago, the family business has already made waves in the UK, with a strong customer base and fan following. Although the formula is certified organic, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, keto-friendly, and contains a wide range of impressive ingredients, it’s a low-cost powder.

Therefore, it’s an attractive formula to a lot of people, hence it’s popular.

The brand mainly targets a UK audience but does ship its products worldwide, so regardless of where you are in the world, you can probably gain access to this formula.

I’m really intrigued by this formula and look forward to taking a closer look at it. If you’re thinking of purchasing Miracle Greens, or you’re also keen to take a closer look at the formula, check out my full Miracle Greens review below.


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Miracle Greens First Impressions

Taking a look at the Miracle Greens website for the first time, I have to say I’m not overly impressed as nothing really attracts me to the brand, but I’m also not underwhelmed either.

The use of user-generated content is nice, and the health blog is informative and useful for website visitors. However, I’m a little confused by the copy on the website. For example, there’s a 30-day money-back guarantee banner, but the copy says the brand offers a 90-day money-back guarantee – not ideal!

However, looking at the Miracle Greens formula, I feel a little more hopeful. The formula looks interesting, and the product page displays clear information about the ingredients within the formula and the benefits of the formula which is a nice touch.

I’m really looking forward to taking a much closer look at the formula, as I really can’t get a feeling for it at an initial glance – hopefully, it’s impressive!

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

Background on Miracle Greens

Miracle Greens is a small family business based in the UK. The company was founded in 2019, with the mission to put the health needs of people first and deliver high quality, well-tested supplements to people at competitive prices.

The brand first started by producing Miracle Greens, but has since gone on to produce Marine Collagen and Apple Cider Vinegar gummies. In the future, the brand hopes to grow enough to produce a wide range of food supplements at an even lower cost, making nutritional supplements accessible to more people.

It’s certainly a commendable brand!

Miracle Greens Benefits

Miracle Greens is open about the benefits of the formula, providing information both about the overall benefits of the formula and the benefits associated with each ingredient within it.

Overall, the formula is supposed to help burn fat and increase weight loss, increase energy levels, support digestion, reduce inflammation, push toxins from the liver and kidneys, boost the immune system, and improve the appearance of the skin.

Benefits linked with specific ingredients within the formula are shown clearly too.

For example, “Spirulina – packed with antioxidants such as phycocyanin, spirulina fights disease, free radicals, and inflammation”.

Miracle Greens Ingredients

Miracle Greens only contains 16 superfood ingredients and no flavoring ingredients. Unfortunately, the Miracle Greens ingredient’s label isn’t fully disclosed, and the ingredients all exist within a proprietary blend.

This poses real issues about the efficacy of the product. However, I’ll be looking much more closely at that later on in the review.

Here is the complete list of the Miracle Greens ingredients:
  • Spirulina, Chlorella, Kale, Spinach, Barley Grass, Broccoli, Wheatgrass, Alfalfa, Green Tea, Parsley, Maca Root, Acai Berry, Turmeric, Cacao, Flaxseed

Here is the supplement facts label:

miracle-greens label

How does Miracle Greens Taste?

There aren’t any flavoring ingredients within the Miracle Greens formula, so obviously it tastes grassy and natural because of the greens ingredients within the formula.

The general consensus from customers is that the formula definitely isn’t tasty, but it’s a matter of personal preference as to whether it affects someone consuming it.

Side Effects

Although the brand hasn’t given any side effect warnings about the Miracle Greens formula, on the FAQs part of the website, the brand suggests that children, women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, and those on medication should always consult a doctor before consumption.

Does Miracle Greens Work?

All of the ingredients in Miracle Greens exist within a proprietary blend, which adds up to a serving size of 5g. Unfortunately, proprietary blends are an issue when it comes to trying to figure out a formula’s efficacy since the amount of each ingredient is unknown.

Nonetheless, looking at the serving size of the formula and the recommended doses of the ingredients within the formula, we can make an informed estimate of whether the formula will work or not.

Although some of the ingredients within the formula may be sufficiently dosed and provide benefits, it’s impossible that all of the ingredients will be sufficiently dosed within a 5g serving size.

Spirulina, chlorella, and wheatgrass have standard recommended doses, so let’s take a look at those!

The recommended dose of spirulina is 1-3 grams, chlorella’s recommended dose is 2-5 grams, and for wheatgrass, it’s 3g.

Therefore, even though these are only three ingredients within a blend containing 16 ingredients, there’s no way that with a 5g serving size that all of these can be sufficiently dosed!

So, although some of the ingredients within the formula may be sufficiently dosed and provide benefits, it’s impossible that all of the ingredients will be sufficiently dosed within a 5g serving size. Therefore, it may not provide all of the benefits that the brand claims it will.

However, the brand does say that you can have up to 3 servings of formula per day, and if you do that, you may receive sufficiently dosed of the ingredients.

Miracle Greens Reviews

Miracle Greens is available to purchase on Amazon, and there are nearly 200 reviews of the formula on there. Overall, the formula scores 4.5 stars out of 5, which is a fairly good overall score!

However, it’s a good idea to take a look at specific customer reviews, with a variety of ratings, to see what people actually have to say about the formula! So, let’s take a look at a selection of the reviews below.

I’ve never been much of a coffee drinker because my stomach doesn’t sit well with it. And caffeine spikes my anxiety rather than keeping me alert. This has been a great replacement in the mornings. I feel awake, a spike in energy, and generally feel good overall. It’s very easy to digest and easy on my stomach. 5-star reviewer

One of the problems, in assessing the value of food supplements, is the relative lack of objective proof, that they’re actually of any significant benefit. The one thing I can say about Miracle Greens, is that the powder smells and tastes very strongly of grass. Be careful what you add it to. It does not enhance a mango & banana smoothie, in any way! 4-star reviewer

Literally the most repulsive thing I have put in my mouth in years. It smells and tastes like cat litter. No word of a lie.. then you burp the smell of cat litter a day after having one teaspoon in water. My girlfriend won’t even go near it and can smell it on me if I’ve drank it. Sorry guys… it’s a complete miss for me. 1-star reviewer

Money-Back Guarantee / Returns Policy

The money-back information on the Miracle Greens website is confusing! The banner on the home page states it has a 30-day guarantee, with the copy saying it has a 90-day guarantee.

However, looking at the policies page, the brand doesn’t seem to offer a money-back guarantee. Hopefully, the brand actually does have either a 30-day or 90-day money-back guarantee, but best to get in touch with them as soon as possible if you’re unhappy with your product.

Where to buy Miracle Greens?

You can buy Miracle Greens from the Miracle Greens website and from Amazon.

Is It Worth The Price?

Miracle Greens is available in either a 400g (80 serving) or 150g (30 serving) tub. Seeing as the brand does offer any discount or subscription options on this formula, we’ll take a look at the cost of both sizes.

One 400g (80 serving) tub costs £29.99 (approximately $40.98), working out at a cost per serving of £0.37 (approximately $0.50).

One 150g (30 serving) tub costs £15.99 (approximately $21.85), working out at a cost per serving of £0.53 (approximately $0.72).

Therefore, it’s more cost-effective to purchase the 80 serving tub!

Obviously, the price of this formula is extremely cheap. However, I have two concerns. My first concern is obviously that regardless of price, the formula is one big proprietary blend in a small serving size of 5g, therefore it’s unlikely that all of the ingredients are sufficiently dosed.

My second concern would be that the brand states you can have up to 3 servings of formula per day, and if you do that, the cost per serving may increase for you.

So, really, it’s up to you to decide whether you want to choose to purchase a cheap formula like this that may or may not actually contain sufficiently dosed ingredients and may become more expensive if you choose to have multiple serving sizes, or if you choose to purchase a slightly more expensive formula that ticks all the boxes.

The Bottom Line

I secretly had really high hopes for this formula, considering the brand is a small UK family-owned business. However, I simply can’t say that I would choose to purchase this formula, purely because the formula is made up of a proprietary blend.

However, if you did want to purchase Miracle Greens, due to the fact that it’s so affordable, I would recommend taking one serving size twice a day – this could potentially give you the recommended dose of some of the ingredients.

Overall, I think the fact that the formula is organic, vegan, keto-friendly, and gluten-free, as well as packed with impressive super greens ingredients, is impressive for the price that the formula is sold at. However, I would always choose a more expensive formula that has a fully disclosed ingredients label over one that was cheaper and doesn’t.

I would rather take one serving of a high-quality super greens formula per day that has a fully disclosed label and definitely contains sufficiently dosed ingredients.

Adam Author

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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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