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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Review: Lean Greens


Lately I've really been trying to get healthier not only because of my upcoming wedding, but because well, why wouldn't I want to be healthier? I've been eating more raw veggies and less frozen pizza, drinking more water and less sugary lattes. I've tried lots of "green drinks" in the past which tasted like grass and I never touched them again. Frankly, I was concerned that Lean Greens might be another one of those products, but I was pleasantly surprised.


I've been using this product every morning for the past few weeks, mixing one slightly heaped spoonful of the powder into a glass of cold water as the label suggests. Along with multiple greens, it also has blueberry extract, black currant seed oil, and stevia to sweeten it up a bit. All I really taste when I drink this is a light blueberry flavor that isn't too sweet or overpowering. Usually with products like this one, I think to myself "just drink it and get it over with!" but that thought didn't cross my mind with Lean Greens. I also mixed it into smoothies a few times for a little extra boost.



The only thing I don't like is that it has stevia in it, just because I personally am not a fan of the taste. But I could hardly taste the stevia, so it wasn't really a problem for me. Overall I am very happy with this product. It tastes good, helps to incorporate more greens into my diet, and gives me a boost in the morning which is great since I'm trying to cut down on coffee.

Lean Greens is available on Amazon and you can get 15% off with the promo code "BULLET15"! 

*** I received this product complimentary from Lean Greens for testing purposes and all opinions stated here are mine ***
1 comment on "Review: Lean Greens"
  1. Hi Amanda!

    Congrats on wanting to get healthier! I know the feeling. I keep putting it off due to being extremely busy! Get fit for your upcoming wedding and I know you're going to look beautiful. I wish you all the best!

    This stuff looks amazing and I love that it has a hint of blueberry. I'll look more into it.

    -Shannon
    www.onthelists.com

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