Wheat Grass Powder
Wheat grass has an abundance of essential nutritious elements. When grown and processed under the optimal conditions such as our manufacturer maintains, wheat grass is widely believed to be one of the most potent leafy green vegetables available. It contains all essential amino acids, as well as chlorophyll, fibre, trace minerals, calcium, Vitamin C, and beta-carotene.

It has Essential Fatty Acids which are known to provide intense benefits for the heart, brain, skin, joints, and hormones. Wheat grass is high in oxygen which is a necessary component for the brain and body tissues to function at an optimal level. Increased oxygen absorption in the body is one of the main reasons bodybuilders and athletes rely on wheat grass. Scientific analysis has defined grass grown from wheat as a perfectly complete food. It is helpful in cleansing and rebuilding the body and neutralizing toxins. See AdaptogreenPlus+
Whey protein
Whey protein is a dairy source other than cassein, which is known for it's high levels of BCAA's and high nitrogen retention. Made from milk curd, whey protein has good amino acid composition (including high levels of leucine, arguably the most important branched chain amino acid), better biological value, meaning that more of what you eat gets digested and into your system, is lower in lactose, a milk sugar that most adults have difficulty digesting.
White Kidney Bean Extract
White Kidney Bean Extract is shown in studies to block the absorption of starches in the body by interrupting the digestive process that converts starch to sugar. Along with its many values as a food, white kidney bean is believed to be a highly effective supplement in dieting and maintaining weightloss. See Weight Science for more information.
White Willow Bark
White Willow goes by some common names such as European Willow, Black Willow, Pussy Willow, Crack Willow, Purple Willow, Weeping Willow, Liu-zhi. White willow bark has been used throughout the centuries in China and Europe, and continues to be used by herbalists today for the treatment of fever, pain, headache, and inflammatory conditions such as arthritis.

Although the bark of the white willow is most commonly used medicinally, the bark of related species, such as black willow, have been shown to have the same beneficial effects. The use of willow bark dates back to the time of Hippocrates (400 BC) when patients were advised to chew on the bark to reduce fever and inflammation.