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[Amazon.ca] Subi | Best Green Superfood

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[Amazon.ca] Subi | Best Green Superfood

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What is "superfood"?
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Bought this a while ago, can’t stand the taste. Even the little scoop included over powers my smoothies or protein drinks
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Tastes like ass and does nothing. Dunno why I bought it last time
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Doesn't give me huge muscles like a can of spinach does, fake product
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For anyone wondering about the taste, this stuff does not taste good at all mixed with water or milk. However, mixing it with chocolate milk or juice/oasis smoothies tastes great. I'm someone who likes matcha so I was surprised it tasted so bad on it's own.
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Purchased. Subi is the real deal with awesome ingrediants and fresh taste that really comes through. I have more focus, energy, better digestive health and sleep better. I've been drinking MacroLife Naturals from Costco due to the sweeter taste (stevia) and the better regular price for a 3 month supply. It's also very high quality. But Subi always tastes more fresh. Buy the naturally flavoured ones if you don't like neautral/raw taste of Subi because it's quite pronounced.
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NowJoJo wrote: What is "superfood"?
what is super antioxidant, what is veggie burger, what is vitamin in a capsule, what is powdered nutrition of any kind? The list goes on and on. It's called marketing a product. Don't by coy, this is how shit gets sold and this product definitely has a real need for people whose diet , for whatever reason, is light on veggies.
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thelasthunter wrote: what is super antioxidant, what is veggie burger, what is vitamin in a capsule, what is powdered nutrition of any kind? The list goes on and on. It's called marketing a product. Don't by coy, this is how shit gets sold and this product definitely has a real need for people whose diet , for whatever reason, is light on veggies.
Agreed. IMO if you eat well, not much, mainly greens then you are already getting good doses of antioxidants. I currently work in the field of antioxidants, I think it's a sad excuse taking a supplement with no verifiable evidence. It's all hype and marketing like you say.

Not many people follow nutrition label servings properly. Go weigh out a serving of your favorite pasta (probably anywhere from 80-90 g) and see the quantity when you do weigh it. Triple that and that is what generally people eat in one meal sitting. Even if you do not have the financial means for fresh produce, simply (maybe not?) being conscious of your serving size is the best start.
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Love it every morning in my smoothie mixed with almond or coconut milk + a banana, taste perfect
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brghunter wrote: As others have said, superfood = marketing term.


For anyone who's interested, here's a good primer on antioxidants. Highly recommend reading it before (or hopefully instead of) buying any of these types of products.
Did you look at the product in the OP? This particular one seems to be 100% ground vegetables, absolutely no added flavours, chemicals or supplements. The flavored ones contain stevia, so not sure about those ones.

Is it that horrible to add a scoop to a smoothie or something?
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superfresh89 wrote: Did you look at the product in the OP? This particular one seems to be 100% ground vegetables, absolutely no added flavours, chemicals or supplements. The flavored ones contain stevia, so not sure about those ones.

Is it that horrible to add a scoop to a smoothie or something?
Just add cup of spinach. Cheaper and probably more nutrients.

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