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Wheat Grass

Wheat Grass Powder Supplements in Australia

If you want to make your diet more nutritious to support your health, wheatgrass can be a good option. Wheatgrass powder is considered one of the most beneficial nutritional supplements ever developed. Wheatgrass powder may improve energy levels, strengthen the immune system, and even lower the risk of certain cancers. What's more, wheatgrass contains a range of the vitamins, minerals and nutrients the body needs to maintain good health.

Frequently Asked Questions

Wheatgrass contains a variety of phytochemicals, including antioxidants, which are known to protect the body from free radical damage. Wheat Grass powder is a chlorophyll-rich supplement with a natural balance of beta-carotene, proteins, minerals, amino acids, active enzymes, and vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, B3, and B6. It is believed to help normalise blood biochemical parameters, help with wound healing, offer anti-inflammatory and detoxifying properties, ensure normal gut activity, lower cholesterol, normalise blood pressure, and improve lipid metabolism and digestion. Wheat Grass can also boost immunity, improve skin and hair conditions, slow down ageing and help in the prevention of some cancers.

No, wheatgrass powder is made from the green parts of young shoots of wheat and does not contain gluten.

The most beneficial way to consume wheatgrass juice is on an empty stomach. However, you can include wheatgrass powder in your diet at any time of the day when it is convenient for you.

The powdered form of wheatgrass is very versatile and can be added to a variety of foods and drinks you consume daily. You can blend it with water or juice, add it to a smoothie, soup, sauce, cereal, salad dressing or any dip of your choice, such as salsa, guacamole, or hummus.

Yes, wheatgrass can be used as an everyday healthy tonic. But it has a high potency, so we only have to consume a small amount of wheatgrass. The recommended daily intake for maintaining optimum health is approximately 30ml. After a major health challenge, you can increase the dosage up to 60ml twice a day, along with a nutrition-balanced diet and other green juices. Please speak to your health adviser first.

Too much wheatgrass can lead to some nausea. Therefore, it is best to start small and increase the amount slowly over time.

Yes, as with many supplements or food groups, wheatgrass can have side effects when taken in excess. Possible side effects include nausea, headache, constipation and diarrhoea. If these symptoms appear, it is important to reduce the dosage. Start a course of wheatgrass with small dosages of 15 ml and gradually increase the intake. It will help your body adjust slowly. Taking a cup of water after drinking wheatgrass juice can also help to reduce any unwanted side effects.

Most people notice the effects of wheatgrass after two weeks. However, supplements may work differently depending on the initial state of your health.

Both options have their benefits. Drinking fresh may have the advantage that all of the nutrients are still properly hydrated, just as they would be in the cells. Also, fresh wheatgrass juice contains live enzymes, which can protect against bacteria and viruses. Though, due to the low pH of the stomach, only vacuolar enzymes are likely to be active there.

Due to the removal of water from wheatgrass powder, it contains nine times more nutrients than fresh juice. There is the possibility of some nutrients being lost or deactivated after processing, but overall the dry forms still have a greater nutritional value than the fresh. Also, the powder can be added to nearly any food or drink, it lasts longer than fresh juice, and you can readily pack it to carry with you while travelling.

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