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Athletic Greens Review

Read This Athletic Greens Review Before You Decide To Buy

In my Athletic Greens review I’m going to give you and overview along with my thoughts on this greens supplement.  My goal by the time you’re done reading this Athletic Greens review to know exactly whether or not the supplement is for you and if it’s worth investing your money into it.

This Is My Athletic Greens Review: Click Here For The Official Athletic Greens Website

I first came across the Athletic Greens supplement from the recommendation of a friend and after hearing him rave about it I decided to pull the trigger and go ahead and get some.  Like any supplement you’re going to go into it with some level of skepticism but I was sure to do my homework and everything in this greens supplement looked like the real deal.

I’ve tried a couple different greens supplements before but none of them seemed to keep me coming back for more.  Either I wasn’t impressed by the ingredients or the taste and to put it simply I just didn’t feel like it was worth my money.  I was shocked at how impressive Athletic Greens was in regards to the ingredients inside it was well as the taste too.

To be completely honest with you drinking Athletic Greens isn’t going to be like downing a chocolate milkshake but after a few times I became totally used to the taste and I actually started to crave it in the mornings.  The most immediate improvement I saw from taking Athletic Greens was the dramatic and sudden increase in my energy levels after taking it.

The Benefits Found In My Athletic Greens Review

The big reason why you’re going to get that energy boost is because the raw green superfoods inside are going to help alkalize your blood and thus help boost your energy levels.  The reason we want to alkalize our bodies is because we’re usually consuming WAY too many acidic foods which can lead to a blood pH imbalance that will drain our energy levels.  Athletic Greens provides a powerful alkaline punch because of the raw green superfoods it contains as well as all the enzymes in it too.

The next thing I want to go over in my Athletic Greens review is what is actually in this greens supplement.  I know a lot of my readers are currently on a diet or they have specific nutrition requirements so I’m going to go right out there and say a huge advantage of this greens supplement is that it is extremely diet friendly as it contains NO GMO’s (Genetically Modified Organisms), yeast, peanuts, animal products, herbicides, pesticides, synthetic chemicals, artificial colors/flavors, preservatives, sweeteners, egg, wheat, dairy, gluten, corn, lactose, sucrose or dextrose.

That’s incredible!  If you go to any supplement store and try to find a similar greens product like this then you’ll surely find at least some of the above ingredients in it.  By not including any of those above foods you’re going to be able to keep your body in the best natural state possible while getting a huge influx of healthy nutritional foods.

As a fitness trainer myself I see a lot of my clients and people who I meet in general who have digestive issues.  They can’t digest their foods properly which leads to diarrhea, burping and upset stomachs and a big reason for this is because they don’t have enough healthy digestive bacteria in their system and also because their blood is too acidic.

I’ve already talked about how awesome Athletic Greens is at naturally alkalizing your body but each serving of the greens supplement also contains 7 billion different strains of healthy digestive bacteria in the form of lactobacillus acidophilus and bifidobacterium bifidum.  These are considered probiotics and they’re job is to help to naturally digest foods and a huge benefit of this is the increase in nutrient absorption from the healthy foods you’re eating.

Because if you can’t digest it properly then you’re not going to get all the nutrients in your body so you’re pretty much wasting your money then.  Other dairy free probiotics that are included in Athletic Greens are papaya, broccoli, cherry powder, carrot, pineapple, carob and natural vanilla.

Another benefit I found while researching for this Athletic Greens review is the high amount of antioxidants that are inside it which will not only help to super boost your immune system but they also destroy damage causing free radicals the wreak havoc throughout your body.  After carefully reading through the Athletic Greens ingredient list I was excited to see that just one serving has the same antioxidant equivalent to 10-12 servings of fruits and veggies.  Now that’s impressive!

I used to have to pay out for another antioxidant supplement in addition to the other greens supplements that I was taking before but after switching over to Athletic Greens I’m able to get more than enough antioxidants in just one serving of the greens supplement.  Killing two birds with one stone!

Another big benefit that comes with Athletic Greens is that it’s super absorbable by the body which will allow you to take in more of the nutrient dense ingredients that are inside it.  This is mostly due to the natural digestive enzymes, probiotics and prebiotics that are included in the greens supplement which naturally work synergestically to improve digestion and gastrointestinal functioning.

Also I’m a huge a fan of Athletic Greens being in powder form because most tablets and pill capsules are much harder to properly digest.  Also not to mention that most pills are heat pressed which will denature and/or destroy the nutrients inside the formula.  This will lead you to just peeing and pooping out all the healthy nutrients you just put into your body and it’s literally like throwing your money down the toilet.

Final Thoughts In My Athletic Greens Review

The only thing I believe which will hold people back from pulling the trigger and investing in Athletic Greens is the price.  I want to make it clear in my Athletic Greens review that it may look like a big upfront cost but if you break it down it’s only going to cost you $2.60 per day.  That’s cheaper than most people’s daily trip to Starbucks!  If you’re serious about your health then you have to realize the quality of the ingredients inside Athletic Greens and look at all the awesome benefits you’re going to get by taking it.

And when you do decide to get Athletic Greens they have an incredible 60 day money back guarantee so even if you take the entire greens supplement and then decide it’s not for you then you can go ahead and return it and get your money back.  That’s a great day.  It’s like going out to a nice dinner, ordering anything you want, eating it all and then deciding if it’s worth paying the bill or not.

In the end, I’ve found Athletic Greens to be my #1 nutritional insurance and even though I’m eating healthy the majority of the time it’s still important to fill any extra gaps in my diet.  The 76 nutrient dense natural ingredients found in Athletic Greens will prevent me from seeing any nutrient deficiencies so I can maximize my health and energy levels.

Now that you’ve read my entire Athletic Greens review it’s time to take action by investing in the best greens supplement known to mankind.  Click the link below to go to the next step…

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44 Comments


  1. Jimmy

    July 26, 2011 at 1:33 pm

    Hi Josh,
    Is this product similar to Green Vibrance or Shakeology by Beachbody? I follow your site and your YouTube videos and I appreciate your knowledge!

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      July 27, 2011 at 4:31 pm

      Hi Jimmy,

      Athletic Greens has some similarities to Shakeology but Athletic Greens is better because it has a higher density of nutrients not to mention more overall ingredients as well. Shakeology is more of a protein shake than anything with some of greens, enzymes and probiotics thrown in but it’s not nearly as advanced as Athletic Greens.

      Reply

  2. Natalee

    August 4, 2011 at 6:52 am

    If you have already lost weight, but are working on maintaining, what do you recommend in terms of supplements and high fiber foods to eat?

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      August 9, 2011 at 1:03 pm

      Hi Natalee,

      I highly recommend taking Athletic Greens and protein shakes as mainstays in your diet.

      Reply

  3. Luke Cutrone

    September 28, 2011 at 10:11 am

    Hi Josh,

    I also follow you on You Tube and your site. In some of your videos you say you like Green Vibrance and in your flat belly program you say you use Athletic Greens…are these the same products (name change) or which one do you recommend and use now?

    Thanks

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      October 2, 2011 at 7:09 pm

      Hi Luke, Athletic Greens weren’t available when I made that video but now that they are they have my full recommendation.

      Reply

  4. Mary

    August 14, 2012 at 12:42 pm

    It’s been a full year since this post. Do you still recommend this product? If yes, why? If no, why?
    I’m a runner looking to loose about 10 pounds and am in dire need of something to boost my enery level to maintain my training.
    Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated!

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      May 16, 2013 at 10:47 am

      Hi Mary, I definitely still recommend taking Athletic Greens. I take it every day!

      Reply

  5. Colin Oliver

    December 27, 2012 at 2:51 pm

    how do we get them and the price????

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      May 15, 2013 at 9:43 pm

      Hi Colin, just click on one of the links above to get all the info.

      Reply

  6. Marcia

    June 11, 2013 at 12:19 pm

    Would you give Athletic Greens to your children? Also, would they be safe for a breastfeeding mother?

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      June 12, 2013 at 9:15 am

      I would give them to my child (lower servings) and they should be more than safe for a breastfeeding mother. Of course, make sure you check with your doctor first.

      Reply

  7. LInda

    December 21, 2013 at 6:59 am

    I was wondering if Vitaminerals is as good at Athletic Greens.

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      January 3, 2014 at 10:51 am

      Honestly can’t go wrong with either one but I would go with Athletic Greens because it has more nutrients and antioxidants in them. Check the nutrient ingredients pages for each and you’ll see the difference.

      Reply

  8. loukerit

    December 24, 2013 at 9:18 am

    What benefits have you experience from using this product?

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      January 3, 2014 at 10:32 am

      I always notice an energy increase after taking Athletic Greens. I was just feeling a little sick the other day in fact and after a couple servings of it I felt a lot better. Also I don’t get nearly as many stomach aches as I used to. Of course, it’s not going to work miracles but it’s my #1 supplement to enhance a proper and consistent exercise and diet program.

      Reply

  9. Shade mcelyea

    January 5, 2014 at 10:47 am

    I was woundering does it really help burn fat as well as he says it does. Gym, running, and extra cardio just doesnt seem to give me the full results id like to see

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      January 5, 2014 at 2:09 pm

      Hi Shade, not sure what your diet is but you may want to give Athletic Greens a try. Just the probiotics alone could help you.

      Reply

  10. Louis D

    February 24, 2014 at 9:45 pm

    Hello Mr. Schlottman,

    My name is Louis. Naturally, I am feeling sceptical on rather or not I should purchase Athletic Greens. I have never taken any supplements, besides vitimans here and there. I am very intrigued about this information I have read about. Your review did not show me Athelic Greens for the first time, but I am pleased on what I read in your review. Could you email me information on Athletic Greens? I am motivated on extending my knowledge on Athletic Greens. Furthermore, I am wanting to improve my energy output and physical endurance.

    Reply

  11. Jennifer

    March 4, 2014 at 11:58 am

    I came across this product was wondering if it helps lose weight? I don’t have time to workout or to stick to a strick diet

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      March 4, 2014 at 8:04 pm

      Hi Jennifer, it’ll help you lose weight but I wouldn’t expect it to work miracles. If I could only take or recommend 1 supplement I’d recommend this.

      Reply

  12. Mia

    March 4, 2014 at 12:51 pm

    I value a good nights sleep…does the green tea keeps you up? how have you been sleeping with Athletic greens?

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      March 4, 2014 at 8:03 pm

      Hi Mia, I sleep like a baby when I’m taking it. I would recommend taking it earlier in the day though and not before bed as a I feel a little natural energy boost after taking it.

      Reply

  13. Tracy

    March 5, 2014 at 5:55 pm

    Does it have caffeine?

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      March 6, 2014 at 6:26 pm

      Hi Tracy, to my knowledge no it doesn’t contain any caffeine.

      Reply

  14. Janet Sherick

    March 9, 2014 at 7:44 am

    I have type 2 diabetes, is this ok to take with that?

    Reply

  15. Kim

    March 12, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    Hi Josh, I have bought and tried this product, but cannot get past the taste and texture. Made me choke and tag, almost threw up. Is their anything that will help me be able to stomach this?

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      April 7, 2014 at 4:32 pm

      Hi Kim, at first it was difficult for me to get past the taste too. I mix it in with my chocolate protein shake along with some frozen berries and it doesn’t taste so bad. You get used to it!

      Reply

  16. Alan

    March 26, 2014 at 7:43 am

    I just saw a computer presentation focussed on decreasing Leptin Resistance as a wonder cure for obesity! The claim was that adequate active Leptin hormone will enable very good fat burning metabolism. What is your opinion?

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      April 7, 2014 at 4:33 pm

      I think making sure your Leptin levels don’t dive too deep when you’re dieting is important but can be easily raised by having a cheat meal.

      Reply

  17. ALR

    March 26, 2014 at 7:54 am

    Hey,
    I wondered about this product because i have taken whey protein and other supplements and they always make me constipated so I would have to add extra to regulate it all. Would this do the same? Also I am not that exercise friendly but want to get toned. I dont want to lose weight, would this work for me?

    Thanks

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      April 7, 2014 at 4:34 pm

      Hi ALR, wouldn’t think it would make you constipated but think it’ll help your digestion because of the high amount of probiotics in Athletic Greens.

      Reply

  18. Lisa

    May 19, 2014 at 8:47 am

    Hello! I am on the fence about this. Been looking at Shakeology. But I think the Athletic Greens have much more to offer nutrient wise. I don’t get as many fruits, vegetables or protein as I should. I have been adding Plant Fusion to my smoothies because it has 22 g of protein per serving. I don’t see that with Athletic Greens, so would I just condsider them 2 different products and use both in my smoothies? Thank you!

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      August 3, 2016 at 5:01 pm

      Athletic Greens really isn’t a protein supplement but more of a superfood supplement. I’ll usually just add a little protein to the Athletic Greens before blending it together. If you can only go with one then Athletic Greens is the way to go because of the higher quality ingredients, anti-oxidants, probiotics, superfood profile, etc.

      Reply

  19. Deb

    September 3, 2014 at 7:20 am

    Just started and feel better already! I thought it tasted pretty good -- an orangy kind of taste. Texture can be improved by being sure to dissolve product fully in water. Will continue to use and see what happens!

    Reply

  20. DR

    September 25, 2014 at 11:53 pm

    Hi Josh, this product sounds great; however I am on blood thinners for A-Fib. You cannot eat a lot of greens as the Vit K interferes with how the meds work. The mixed drink certainly looks VERY green--do you think that would be a no go ? I am on a losing weight program--could really use some help with that. Thanks

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      May 12, 2015 at 8:55 pm

      Hi DR,

      Honestly, I wouldn’t recommend this product for you then because Athletic Greens is definitely loaded up with greens. You can talk to your doctor if you really want to take it, but I have a feeling he’d say the same thing.

      Reply

  21. Dana

    July 22, 2015 at 9:10 am

    Hi Josh

    Would you recommend using both Athletic Greens once a day and Shakeology once a day? Or would you recommend adding protein to the Athletic greens for that add’l protein intake?

    Reply

    • Josh Schlottman

      July 28, 2015 at 6:41 pm

      Hi Dana, I just add some protein powder to the Athletic Greens on a daily basis. Just make sure you have a high quality protein to go with it. I’ll typically consume the Athletic Greens + protein powder pre- or post-workout, and before bed if I’m still feeling hungry.

      Reply

  22. Nancy Daw

    June 20, 2016 at 12:06 pm

    Josh, I take Athletic Greens daily, but not with protein additive. Since I do not like too much meat I could use your rec. for what particular protein powder to use. Thanks, Nancy Daw

    Reply

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