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Wheatgrass packs a powerful punch to detoxify
What if you could distill all the vitamin-rich, power-packed goodness of two pounds of green vegetables down to one little ounce of juice? Would you swig it down?
Wheatgrass is thought to pack just that kind of a punch, and people all over the world are flocking to juice bars to slug down an ounce or two of healthful, detoxifying wheatgrass juice.
Others are growing their own wheatgrass and juicing it in a special juicer.
Wheatgrass’s rise to vitamin superstar fame started in the early 1900’s, when Edmund Bordeaux Szekely claimed to have translated an ancient manuscript found in the Vatican's secret archives which presented a certain way of eating by a people called the Essenes.
The Essenes were people who lived in a Judaistic way from roughly the 2nd century B.C. until the 1 st century A.D.
Szekely claimed that the manuscript said that wheatgrass is a good food for man. This led him to form a special society and write many books on the subject.
Wheatgrass fans claim that regular drinking of wheatgrass juice can:
However, it should be noted that there is no scientific evidence to support many of these claims, although there is a great deal of anecdotal evidence in favor of wheatgrass juice. Even the claim that one ounce is equal to two pounds of fresh vegetables has been questioned.
However, there are millions of people who swear by the health benefits they receive from wheatgrass juice, and it certainly couldn’t hurt to swig down an ounce or two.
EnergyFirst’s Greenergy is loaded with wheat grass juice extract, so know that you’re getting all of these benefits just by staying on the EnergyFirst Program.
Gerry Morton, CEO of EnergyFirst, has these suggestions for getting started with wheatgrass juice: