This is not a complete list of the nutrients in PINES Wheat Grass. This analysis simply lists those nutrients shown on our labels. Most whole plant foods, including PINES Wheat Grass, contain hundreds of nutrients, including carotenoids, pigments, trace minerals, and phytonutrients.
NOTE: Percent Daily Value (%DV) amounts are based on a single 3.5 gram serving (1 teaspoon or 7 tablets). An “na” means no Daily Value has been determined.
This is an analysis of the nutrients in tray grown wheatgrass juice compared with PINES Wheat Grass Powder, based on typical serving sizes.
1 ounce (28.35 grams) of fresh wheat grass juice compared with 1/8 ounce (3.5 grams=1 teaspoon=7 tablets) of PINES Wheat Grass
(SOURCE: Wheat Grass, Nature’s Finest Medicine by Steve Meyerowitz, page 53. His source was Irvine Analytical Laboratory report courtesy of Optimal Health Institute). The PINES measurements come from an average of independent analyses done on bottles pulled from store shelves and sent directly to the labs. As you can see, PINES is more nutritious than fresh juice per serving or by weight, on the majority of nutrients.