Eat Your Greens!

I bet when you were a kid, eating anything green in colour wasn't appealing to you in the least!  I know it wasn't for me.  

Little did we know that eating greens provides many health benefits. You may not know all the good things that greens can do for you, so read on friend! 

A substance that is found in all plants is Chlorophyll. What it does is it acts as a blood detoxifier, which helps increase circulation to all your organs. It does this by dilating blood vessels.  Chlorophyll also helps with hormonal imbalance, immunity, increased energy and it is also a natural deodorant because it helps reduce offensive body orders.  Can’t beat that! 

Super green foods include, but aren't limited to, kale, collards, parsley, spirulina, chlorella, dulse and kelp.  They also include Broccoli, beets, carrots, green cabbage and young cereal grasses like wheat, barley, rye and alfalfa. There's a whole lot of nutrients in these babies such as Vitamin A, B12, Vitamin C, iron, protein and Vitamin K, so it's a good idea to incorporate super greens into your diet.

Did you know that super green foods are the only vegetables that can help animals maintain their weight, strength and good health even if it is consumed alone?  Super greens can help boost your immune system. They are powerful antioxidants with many health benefits as well. Bottom line is super greens are one of the greatest things you can do to your body.  

Another good thing is that they give us so many nutrients and are the most natural way of getting everything your body needs to function and be healthy. So go out there and start eating more greens, after all you want to be healthy right?

Don’t forget to tell everyone you know about the benefits of greens as well so they can make that same decision!


If you would like some help reaching your health and wellness goals, reach out! 

I've got some amazing programs to get you started on the road to a Healthier You!

You can email me at and we can set up a time to have a chat! 

Yours in health and wellness,

Francine Alleyne (RHNC™)
Registered Health & Nutrition Counselor™

LOVING DISCLAIMER: Please consult your healthcare practitioner if you are experiencing any symptoms.  I am not a doctor. This post and anything else you find on this website is intended for informational, educational and self-empowerment purposes ONLY and is not intended to treat or diagnose any condition or disease.  






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