Wheatgrass Juice powders are several times more potent than whole powders but do not contain fiber. Wheatgrass contains high concentrations of valuable nutrients, including chlorophyll, vitamins, minerals and natural enzymes. Our Juice Powders contain no insoluble fibers, carriers or additives.
Wheatgrass whole powder does contain cellulose, and while humans cannot digest it the way animals can because we don't have the appropriate enzymes, it does not mean that we should not eat it. After all whole grains and nuts also have cellulose and they are a regular part of our everyday diet. In fact, insoluble fiber is needed to maintain a healthy gut. Whole Powder also contains soluble fiber, which is the fiber in many fruits and berries.
Wheatgrass whole powder is a great option for meeting the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of fiber. According to WebMD, the average adult consumes on average a quarter of the recommended fiber allowance. Wheatgrass Whole Powder is a wonderful way to incorporate more fiber in our diet, and, in addition to fiber, it also contains vitamins and minerals, antioxidants and amino acids.
Wheatgrass Juice Powder, unlike whole ground leaves, is juiced before being dried, concentrating the already powerful nutrition even further. Juice powders are several times more potent than whole powders but do not contain fiber. Wheatgrass contains high concentrations of valuable nutrients, including chlorophyll, vitamins, minerals and natural enzymes. Our Juice Powders contain no insoluble fibers, carriers or additives.
One teaspoon of Wheatgrass Juice Powder is somewhat equivalent to 6-10 shots of wheatgrass juice or 1 tray of wheatgrass.
Now you know the main differences between Wheatgrass Whole Powder and Wheatgrass Juice Powder. Each type of powder has outstanding health benefits and one is not better than the other, but they are different. Ideally you would want a powder that has the fiber content found in the Whole Powder with the nutritional concentration of the Juice Powder.
The good news is that you don't have to choose one powder over the other. Because we manufacture Juice Powder and Whole Powder, we can easily provide a Blend that combines the best of both worlds.
The main differences between Wheatgrass vs Spirulina are:
Wheatgrass contains 20% proteins in a scoop, whereas Spirulina contains up to 70% proteins in a scoop.
Wheatgrass contains more than 90 different minerals, whereas Spirulina has significantly less amounts.
Wheatgrass usually comes in powder, juice, capsules, and tablets whereas Spirulina comes in powder and pills as well.
Wheatgrass should be consumed first thing in the morning without any other additions, whereas Spirulina can be mixed with water or other drinks.
Wheatgrass is low in calories but high in nutrients, including antioxidants such as glutathione, vitamin C, and vitamin E. Antioxidants fight free radicals in the body, reducing oxidative stress and protecting against health conditions like arthritis, cancer, and neurodegenerative diseases.
People can consume wheatgrass fresh or in various other ways, such as fresh or frozen juice, tablets, and powder.
As with most powdered dietary supplements, wheatgrass powder has a stable shelf life. However, it has to be stored properly to retain its freshness and nutritional content. Put the wheatgrass in a dry and sealable food storage container. ... Keep the container away from liquids that may leak into it.
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