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Nutridyn Fruits & Greens Review

Consuming 20 servings of fruits and vegetables in one 8 ounces glass of water is certainly the easiest way to get your daily nutrients. And that’s exactly what Nutridyn Fruits & Greens supplement claims you can do with their nutrient-rich superfood formula.

Their formula contains natural fruit and vegetable extracts, vitamins, enzymes, and symbiotic intestinal flora that’s high in antioxidants, lignans, and phytonutrients.

NutriDyn Fruits & Greens superfood claims to support energy levels, body detoxification, immune system, aid digestion, recovery and repair, fat burning, and even longevity.

I am keen to see if this proprietary superfood blend really packs the health punch it claims and if choosing this fruit and greens powder is a wise investment in your health and your money.

NutriDyn Fruits & Greens tub

First Impressions

To be honest, my first impressions were not that great. This is mainly because I found browsing the official website really unfriendly, clunky, and not that informative.

I was also a little confused as to why such a company would stock its own branded supplements alongside other companies’ brands. This is unusual and I have never seen this before, but this doesn’t mean that Nutridyn’s products are no good!

Nutridyn does produce a large of supplements that address pretty much every health and sports performance issue you could face.

As well as the powder you can also find the NutriDyn Fruits & Greens TO GO – Starter Kit, which includes the full selection of flavors in an easy to carry sachet.

NutriDyn on the go Starter Pack

Background on Nutridyn

The company has been around for some 35 years now although this particular green superfood seems less popular in the last few years, just going off the drop off in reviews from customers online.

Nutridyn received an FDA warning in 2016 for making claims on its website and product labels that the FDA regarded as “unapproved new drugs”.

You can read the full complaint here on the FDA website (it’s not too exciting though).

Nutridyn Fruits & Greens Ingredients

Each scoop is 10 grams and has a LOT OF INGREDIENTS inside – I counted over 50 in all!

This is a lot of ingredients to cram into a serving size of 10 grams.

The formula is split into 3 proprietary blends (yes, those pesky blends again that hide the individual ingredient amounts!) named; SuperFruitox Antioxidant Blend (2.92 grams), Digestive Enzyme and Probiotic Blend (2.4 grams), Vegetable Antioxidant Blend (2.03 grams), and Fiber Blend (1.7 grams).

Superfruitox Antioxidant Blend:
Raspberry Fruit Extract, Black Raspberry Fruit Powder, Blackberry Fruit Powder, Papaya Fruit Powder, Plum Fruit Powder, Strawberry Fruit Powder, Cranberry Fruit Powder, Kiwi Fruit Powder, Watermelon Fruit Powder, Pomegranate Fruit Extract, Quercetin Dihydrate, Grape Seed Extract, Blueberry Leaf Extract, Acerola Berry Powder, Bilberry Fruit Extract, Bromelain, Black Cherry Fruit Extract, Organic Acai Berry Powder, Organic Pomegranate Fruit Powder, Organic Raspberry Fruit Powder, Organic Bilberry Fruit Powder, Organic Blueberry Fruit Powder, Lycium (Goji) Berry Powder, Mangosteen Fruit Powder, Noni Fruit Powder

Vegetable Antioxidant Blend:
Carrot Root Powder, Beet Root Powder, Radish Root Powder, Purple Cabbage Leaf Powder, Japanese Knotweed Root Extract, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Ginger Root Powder, Turmeric Root Extract, Kale Leaf Powder, Kelp Powder, Chlorella Cracked Cell Wall Powder, Alfalfa Herb Powder, Spirulina Powder, Broccoli Head Powder

Fiber Blend:
Oat Bran Powder, Apple Fruit Powder, Aloe Vera Leaf Powder, Prune Fruit Extract

Digestive Enzyme and Probiotic Blend:
Fructooligosaccharides, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Protease, Amylase, Lipase, Cellulase, Lactase, Papain, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifidobacterium breve

Here is a picture of the full Fruits & Greens supplement label.

NutriDyn Greens label

The nutritional breakdown will vary according to the flavor, this label is for the Strawberry/Kiwi tub.

Each tub has between 27-30 servings, which I assume really just depends on how accurate you are at scooping and mixing each serving.

Most of the greens powders I have reviewed breakdown the vitamin and minerals within the formula, with Nutridyn though I could only find Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron, and Sodium.

There will be vitamins and minerals within the other ingredients although how much will depend upon their weight, which unfortunately we don’t know.

How Does Nutridyn Fruits & Greens Taste?

There are flavors to suit everyone’s taste with Nutridyn. The nine flavors include Berry, Pink Lemonade, Grape, Original Mint, Green Tea/Melon, Chocolate Peppermint, Strawberry & Kiwi, Chocolate and Espresso.

The NutriDyn powder is easy to take you simply mix 1 scoop in 8 fluid ounces of chilled water daily.

The fruit and greens powder has Stevia and citric acid to sweeten the taste.

Nutridyn fruits & greens flavors

Side Effects

There are unlikely to be any associated side effects with this supplement unless you’re not used to taking probiotics and/or additional fiber in your diet.

A brief mention of the inclusion of Green Tea Leaf Extract though, if you’re incredibly sensitive to caffeine then depending on the amounts used in this formula you could suffer mild side effects from this.

Other than that, if you’re well and don’t have pre-existing medical conditions or taking medication then you should be fine to take.

Does Nutridyn Fruits & Greens Actually Work?

Once you have researched a few greens powders to get to recognize the popular “go-to” superfoods such as Chlorella Cracked Cell Wall Powder, Alfalfa Herb Powder, and Spirulina Powder. These are all included in the Nutridyn formula.

There are certainly some great ingredients in this Fruits & Greens supplement powder but my concern is the sheer number of ingredients packed in this formula will impact the potency of the product.

To illustrate this point I want to look at the “Vegetable Antioxidant Blend” in particular, mainly because it’s easiest to demonstrate underdosing when you look at proven ingredients with research to support their claims.

Spirulina is within this blend and second from last, which means that the amount of Spirulina in this blend is in the lowest amount. It’s a legal requirement for ingredients to be listed in the order of weight within a blend. So, we know in the “Vegetable Antioxidant Blend” that Carrot is the main ingredient by weight, followed by Beet Root powder, etc. you get the idea.

I believe that most of the ingredients will be underdosed in Nutridyn Fruits & Greens

According to Healthline the standard daily dose of spirulina is 1–3 grams.

There is clearly nowhere near the right dosage of Spirulina in this formula as this blend is only 2 grams for the 14 ingredients inside it!

This is one example but the same could be said for most of the ingredients in the formula.

I believe that most of the ingredients will be underdosed in Nutridyn Fruits & Greens, which begs the question of how effective will it really be?

When I look at supplements I always want to know the ingredient amounts as this is the surest way of determining how likely it’s going to work.

Spirulina powder

Nutridyn Fruits & Greens Customer Reviews

On Amazon, there seems to be a lack of customer reviews in the last 18 months for this supplement. Here are a few of the customer reports to give you an idea of what others thought of this product.

Delicious! I add this to all my protein shakes. It tastes great & mixes well. Highly recommend!!5 star reviewer

I think the product delivers what it is supposed to in terms of nutrition. It dissolves well enough in water or smoothies. I do want to leave a review, however, warning anyone who doesn’t like overly sweet products to avoid this.2 star reviewer

So disappointed! This coffee flavor is awful tasting. It’s very very messy too. I’ve been using these fruits & greens for 12 yrs but this flavor is God Awful. Disgusting!1 star reviewer

Where to Buy Nutridyn Fruits & Greens?

You can get these fruits and greens powder directly from the official website here or from the dedicated site that sells just this brand Fruits & Greens.

The range is also stocked on Amazon.

Money back guarantee / Returns Policy

Customers have 60-days in order to apply for a refund from the official website. Only supplement tubs that are still sealed and NOT opened are eligible for a refund.

There is a 10% restocking fee applied to all refunds.

Is It Worth the Price?

Price-wise NutrDyn is very wallet-friendly at $41.49 per tub that works out to a low price of $1.36 per day/serving.

Depending on where you purchase you will need to factor in shipping costs, which could pump up the price a little.

Orders over $49 in the US are eligible for free shipping.

My Verdict

Fruits & Greens have been on the market for some time and so clearly customers are enjoying it and continue to buy it.

The wide choice of flavors and the low price point certainly helps. Although it may seem like you’re getting a bargain when considering the large number of ingredients in the formula, I am concerned about whether the ingredient amounts will be included in sufficient amounts to have much impact.

If your diet is consistently poor and you’re on a budget then taking Nutrdyn would be better than nothing, but there are many other green superfood options to consider.

Nutridyn Fruits & Greens is okay but in my opinion, too many ingredients and lack of transparent labeling would put me off buying this supplement, especially when there are so many other brands to consider.

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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