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Greens Vitality Review

Prime Health Daily Greens Vitality Review

Greens Vitality is a super greens powder containing herbal extracts, probiotics, prebiotics, digestive enzymes, and fruit, produced by Prime Health Daily.

There are over 50 ingredients within the formula, all of which have been specifically chosen and blended to provide a set of benefits such as support brain function, increase energy levels, and even “clear out” old cells to help you feel younger.

The formula is vegan, certified kosher, non-GMO, and as the brand claims “doctor-formulated and approved”, although that doesn’t mean much!

With claims that the formula is going to “clear out” cells to help you feel younger, I’m super keen to take a closer look at this formula to see if it really can provide these benefits, or whether you’re better off looking elsewhere.

If you’re thinking of purchasing the Greens Vitality formula or you’re also interested in taking a closer look at it, check out my full Prime Health Daily Greens review below.

Greens Vitality Tub

Prime Health Daily Greens Vitality First Impressions

When looking at the Prime Health Daily website, I have mixed first impressions! On one hand, I appreciate the website’s blog and informative content about nutrition across the website.

However, there is very little information about the products on-site, and the general website design appears weak and not particularly pleasing.

Looking at the Greens Vitality formula, my initial impression of it is actually quite good. The tub is eye-catching and clearly branded, with an overall clean and sophisticated look.

I’m definitely excited to take a closer look at the formula.

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Background on Prime Health Daily/Prime Life Media

Prime Health Daily sits under the company name of Prime Life Media – both of which have very little information about them online.

In fact, the only information that I’ve managed to find about the business is that the owner is Robert Jeffery – although he also has pretty much no information about him online other than an inactive Linkedin account.

The lack of information about the brand online does concern me and of course, makes me wonder whether the company is legitimate, or a scam.

Prime Health Daily Greens Vitality Benefits

Prime Health Daily claims that the Greens Vitality formula will provide a variety of benefits as well as providing a selection of essential micronutrients.

The formula is supposed to “clear out” old cells to help you feel younger, which I assume means that the formula has detoxification benefits.

It’s also supposed to boost the immune system, support brain function, increase energy levels, support gut health, and improve digestion, as well as improve the quality and appearance of the skin.

Prime Health Daily Greens Vitality Ingredients

Greens Vitality contains over 50 ingredients, all of which exist within proprietary blends – this causes a problem when trying to work out the efficacy of the formula.

However, later in this review, I will be taking a closer look at the efficacy of the formula in more detail.

First, let’s take a look at the formula’s ingredient label – concerningly, some of the ingredients are not properly spelled!

Here is the complete list of the Prime Health Daily Greens Vitality ingredients:

  • Superfood, Antioxidant and Mushroom Blend – 2.6g – Alfalfa Leaf, Carrot, Wheat Grass, Spinach, Spirulina, Broccoli, Tomato, Beet, Cucumber, Brussel Sprout, Cabbage, Celery, Celery, Kale, Asparagus, Green Bell Pepper, Cauliflower, Parsley, Organic Banana, Coconut Juice Powder, Pomegranate, Blueberry, Blackberry, Raspberry, Cranberry, Pineapple, Concord Grape, Cherry, Apricot, Orange, Strawberry, Camu Camu Fruit, Reishi Mushroom, Shitake Mushroom, Maitake Mushroom.
  • Nutrient-Dense Natural Herbs and Extracts – 1.2g – Acacia Gum, Acerola Chery Extract, Turmeric Root, Green Tea Leaf, Ashwagandha Root, Eleuthero Root, Ginger Root, Korean Ginseng Root, Enzyme Treated Stevia Extract, Mangosteen Extract, Cinnamon Bark.
  • Prebitoic Fiber and Digestive Enzyme Complex – 406mg –Apple Fiber, Inulin (Chicory Root Extract, Fungal Amylase, Fungal Protease, Glucoamylase, Lipase, Cellulase.
  • Probitoic Blend 2.5 Billion CFUs – Bifidobacterium longum, Lactobacillus helvetics, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus.

Here is the supplement facts label:

Green Vitality Ingredients Label

How does Prime Health Daily Greens Vitality Taste?

The Greens Vitality formula is a “refreshing berry flavor” and it also contains stevia leaf extract to sweeten the formula.

Since there are no reviews at all of the formula, it’s unclear what it actually tastes like.

Side Effects

There are no side effects associated with the formula. However, Prime Health Daily does warn that people who are taking medication should consult a doctor before consumption.

I would also suggest that the formula should not be consumed by anyone under 18, anyone pregnant or breastfeeding, or anyone with a medical condition before consulting with a doctor.

Does Prime Health Daily Greens Vitality Work?

All of the ingredients within the Greens Vitality formula exist within proprietary blends. This poses a huge problem due to the fact that the amount of each ingredient is not disclosed, meaning it’s impossible to know if each ingredient is sufficiently dosed.

Therefore, obviously, it’s incredibly hard to work out the efficacy of the formula.

However, we can take a look at the amount of each blend and the recommended doses of the ingredients within that blend to see if the formula is likely to be effective or not.

So, let’s take a look.

The Superfood, Antioxidant, and Mushroom Blend only totals 2.6g, and looking at just two of the ingredients that have standard recommended doses within the blend, (spirulina and wheatgrass) the total combined dose is 4g.

Therefore, it’s clear that this blend does not contain sufficiently dosed ingredients.

The formula may not provide the benefits to the consumer that the brand claims it will.

The Nutrient-Dense Natural Herbs and Extracts Blend only totals 1.2g, and looking at the combined standard recommended dose of turmeric root extract, green tea leaf, and ashwagandha totals 1.75g.

Therefore, again, it’s clear that the blend doesn’t contain sufficiently dosed ingredients.

The fact that the formula contains over 50 ingredients and the serving size of the formula is 4.4g means that the formula is very likely (if not definitely!) underdosed.

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

Prime Health Daily Greens Vitality Reviews

Typically I take a look on Amazon for reviews of the formula, but if the product isn’t available on there, I will look on the brand’s website.

In this case, the product isn’t available on Amazon and there are no reviews on the Prime Health Daily website either.

Therefore, it’s impossible to know what customers actually think of the product, and of course, it’s concerning that there are no customer reviews at all!

Money-Back Guarantee / Returns Policy

Prime Health Daily does not provide a money-back guarantee. However, if you’re looking to return the product and you want to apply for a refund, you have to do so within 60 days.

Where to buy Prime Health Daily Greens Vitality?

The Greens Vitality formula is sold on the Prime Health Daily website.

Is It Worth The Price?

One tub of Greens Vitality contains 30 servings of formula, and the price of the formula depends on how many tubs you buy – the more tubs you purchase, the cheaper the price.

One tub of Greens Vitality costs $59, meaning the cost per serving works out at $1.97.

If you buy three tubs of formula, each tub costs $54, meaning the cost per serving works out at $1.80.

If you buy five bottles of formula, each tub costs $49, meaning the cost per serving works out at $1.63.

The formula is fairly inexpensive, but since it may not contain sufficiently dosed ingredients and therefore may not be effective, I wouldn’t say that it’s worth the price that it’s sold for.

My Final Verdict

To be completely honest, I’m not impressed with the Greens Vitality formula, or with teh Prime Health Daily brand as a whole.

There is not enough information about the product or the company to make me feel as if it’s a reliable place to buy from or a good product to purchase. This is due to the fact that there is a lack of information about the company online and no customer reviews of the formula.

The formula almost definitely contains underdosed ingredients too, making it impossible for me to even try to justify why anyone should consume this formula.

It’s also much more expensive than it should be for such a lesser-known formula from a seemingly not transparent company.

Overall, I would not recommend this formula. Instead, I would recommend choosing a formula that contains sufficiently dosed ingredients, has a fully disclosed ingredients label, is from a trusted brand, and has an array of reviews.

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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.

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