It's easy to add a scoop of quality green superfood powder from Pines to a smoothier or juice for additional green nutrtion.

Known on Instagram as @stripperbodyworkoutatl, Elijah is a mixed martial arts strength coach, certified and licensed personal trainer and the inventor of the StripperBody Workout. He says this about Pines Wheat Grass:

“I am a trainer of models, dancers and bodybuilders, as well as Ju Jitsu, Muay Thai, and boxing athletes. I also train everyday people. In my opinion, nutrient-dense vegetables allow for muscle recovery and maintaining immune systems. Pines grows nutrient-dense vegetables such as Pines Wheat Grass tablets (for on the go) and Pines Wheat Grass powder or Mighty Greens powder (for home/gym shake recipes).

“Whether you train or not, your immune system’s strength determines how fast you heal and recover from colds, stress, flu, injuries and diseases. That’s why you need to eat your vegetables. Follow the wheatgrass people’s website and find great tasting recipes with Pines Wheat Grass and their other green superfoods. Pines CAN HELP increase your green nutrition.”

Studies show that most people do not eat enough chlorophyll-rich, whole food, leafy-green vegetables. Besides providing missing nourishment, whole food vegetables are prebiotic, which improves colon health. Darkly pigmented foods such as Pines’ green superfoods increase the body’s nitric oxide levels. That’s is good for everyone, especially athletes who seek to increase stamina, endurance and recovery time..

Established 40 years ago by more than 100 small investors (average $200 each), Pines International is named after the Pine tree, which is an international symbol of the peace found in nature. Instead of a pesticide-based agribusiness with an organic sideline, Pines is composed of sincere 100% organic farm families. We are the only Kansas producer of green superfoods to use modern organic-only, stainless steel dehydration equipment designed for human food rather than animal feed dehydrators designed for the confined-animal, mechanized meat industry.