While most people want to be healthy, nobody feels like swallowing a handful of supplements every morning. But there's no denying that we need additional micronutrients to help fill the nutritional deficiencies in our diet and support our overall health. Green powders are the easiest way to drink everything your body needs in one quick go

Green powders have skyrocketed in popularity because they're packed with superfoods that trigger your natural detoxification process, stimulate energy production, minimize stress, and promote gut health. They're great for anyone who's on the run or doesn't eat a full serving of vegetables every day.

However, not all green powders are created equal, some have 70+ ingredients and others have 10. What's most important is having the right ingredients, otherwise, you can end up with unwanted side effects like bloating or rashes.

Thankfully we'll help you sort through the clutter. We analyzed the top green powders on the market. We'll show you what to look for and what to avoid when searching for one that works, plus our top 5.

Benefits Of A Quality Green Powder

  • Promote greater metabolism speed
  • Promote gut health
  • Boost energy levels
  • Help combat stress
  • Trigger the body's natural detoxification process

Why You Need A Green Powder

 Better Than A Multivitamin

The nutrients within multivitamins are artificial. As a result, your digestive system will only absorb a fraction of its nutrients because it doesn't recognize it the same way it would with food or a high-quality green powder (derived from food). Typically, green powders are more easily absorbed than multivitamins.

Contain Nutrient-Dense Superfoods

Superfoods are high in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to help support immune function, promote energy and weight management, and reduce the signs of aging.

Exposure To More Food Diversity & Micronutrients

Previous generations ate a wider variety of foods than we do — approximately 20 different species per day, leading to more micronutrients and phytonutrients. If you're not eating 20 different foods per day, a nutritious green powder can help you get there.

Combat Declining Nutritional Value

Over the last several decades, modern farming methods (pesticides, fertilizers, etc.) have depleted the nutrients from the topsoil, producing less nutritious fruits and vegetables than in our grandparent's time, but green powders can help fill these gaps.

How To Use A Green Powder

Green powders are the best way to cover all your nutritional bases in one simple scoop. Many people enjoy mixing it with their morning glass of water, tea, or smoothie.

The combination of superfoods and gut-boosting probiotics can elevate your health and meet your food diversity goal. This simple morning ritual helps customers stay consistent with their green powder intake, producing the best results.

What To Look For In A Green Powder


Nutrient-dense algae containing high iron and protein content. Chlorella also supports normal blood pressure levels.


An adaptogenic plant with energy and mood-boosting properties and helps promote resiliency in stressful situations


Matcha contains both caffeine and l-theanine to promote energy without the jitters. It's loaded with antioxidants, tastes great, and supports heart, liver, and brain health. 

Probiotics & Prebiotics

Gut health plays a powerful role in immune health and weight management. Helps promote the spread of good bacteria in your gut.

Lion's Mane Mushroom

Lion's Mane is used to help strengthen the connection between existing brain cells to support focus and memory.

Cordyceps Mushroom

Cordyceps can help boost exercise performance and physical stamina. 

What To Avoid 

Cereal Grasses

Many top brands use cereal grasses to add more quantity to their servings, however, cereal grasses such as wheatgrass, barley, oat, or rye cannot be properly digested by our stomachs. These grasses contain lectins that can cause occasional digestive issues, particularly for people who are gluten-sensitive. 

  • Too Much Fruit

    Fruits are high in sugar. Consuming too much of it in a green powder, without the fiber, can cause your blood sugar levels to spike. Not to mention coming off a sugar high can leave you feeling drained.

    • Bad Taste

      It doesn't matter if you have the healthiest green powder world — if it tastes unpleasant, you won't drink it. Many green powders contain bitter or overpowering ingredients. That's why we recommend a green powder that contains something to balance out those flavors like a matcha or pomegranate juice powder.

Our Top 5 Green Powders