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Dangers of insufficient Vegetable Intake

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Vegetables

What Happens When You Don’t Get Enough Veggies?

Not eating the recommended amount of vegetables can hinder your overall health overtime. Potential issues include:

  • A woman suffering from intestinal issues

    Intestinal Issues

    Vegetables are an important source of dietary fiber, which improves intestinal health to help you avoid constipation.

  • A person standing on a scale measuring their weight

    Weight Gain

    Vegetables contain important nutrients which burn unused energy in the body while a lower intake of vegetables can result in weight gain and nutrient imbalances.

  • A sick man checking his temperature

    Weakened Immune System

    Without the nutrients your body needs, the immune system becomes less effective at protecting the body against disease.

  • A woman suffering from cardiovascular disease

    Cardiovascular Disease

    Insufficient intake of fruit & vegetables is estimated to cause around 11% of coronary heart disease deaths globally.

  • A magnifying glass showing a woman's unhealthy skin condition

    Unhealthy Skin Condition

    The right nutrients are essential for soft and healthy skin — without those nutrients, your skin can become dry, rough, and may show signs of aging.

  • An older person's eye

    Aging

    Free radicals can damage your body cells, which can accelerate aging. Green vegetables are high in antioxidants that combat these free radicals.

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30 Packets in a box

30 Packets in a box

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Are you getting enough vegetables to support your health? Studies show you most likely are not

  • As the graph shows, most Americans don’t consume the recommended two to three daily servings of dark green vegetables.
  • A daily packet of Kiwami Greens makes it easy to fill this gap!
Average Daily Vegetable Intake for Women Average Daily Vegetable Intake for Men

You know veggies are healthy for you, but getting the recommended amount is challenging. Kiwami Greens is simplifying that process

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40x more Potassium than cabbage

Cabbage x40

10x more Calcium than milk

Milk x10

5x more Vitamin C than spinach

Spinach x5

2x as much Iron as kale

Kale x2

5x more Dietary Fiber than lettuce

Lettuce x5

5x more Vitamin E than carrots

Carrots x5

More Beta-carotene and Calcium than spinach

Matcha

Rich in polyphenols, folic acids, and amino acids

Sencha

Loaded with catechin - a natural antioxidant - and folic acids

Prebiotic (Fructo-oligosaccharide (FOS))

Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) is a prebiotic found in various vegetables.

EMIQ (Enzymatically Modified Isoquercitrin)

Water soluble polyphenol produced from plants and allows for proper absorption (120 times more than normal vegetable polyphenol.*)

Kiwami Greens Package

30 Packets in a box

30 Packets in a box

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As Easy As

  • Mixing Kiwami Greens powder and water

    Mix

    Simply open the packet and add the powder to approximately 5 fluid ounces of water or milk. You can even try adding Kiwami Greens to your favorite juice, smoothie, yogurt, protein shake, or favorite recipe.

  • Stirring Kiwami Greens powder in liquid

    Stir

    Stir the powder until it dissolves into the liquid. You can easily mix it into anything, as Kiwami Greens is completely soluble.

  • Kiwami Greens drink

    Enjoy

    Enjoy Kiwami Greens without having to alter your daily routine. By consuming it every day, you complement your daily vegetable intake.

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Kiwami Greens Package

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30 Packets in a box

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*When compared to the same amount

† Source: 59th Annual Meeting of Japan Society of Nutrition and Science

Kiwami Greens Package

30 Packets in a box

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Cardiovascular Disease

An estimated 11% of deaths from ischemic heart disease globally.

Weakened Immune System

Immune system becomes less effective at protecting against disease.

Weight Gain

Lack of nutrients can prohibit the body from burning unused energy.

Unhealthy Skin Condition

Skin can become dry, rough and may show signs of aging.

Intestinal Issues

Body may lack dietary fiber which can cause constipation.

Aging

Missing antioxidants may make it difficult to combat free radicals.

Kiwami Greens Package

30 Packets in a box

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Recommended Vegetable Intake

Male chart comparison
Female chart comparison

Recommended Intake Ranges

Average Intake

Recommended Vegetable Intake

Is Your Vegetable Intake Enough?

Most Americans don't consume the recommended 1 to 2.5 servings of dark green vegetables.

A daily packet of Kiwami Greens makes it easy to fill this gap!

Recommended Intake Ranges

Average Intake

Greens on the Go

Packed with nutrient-rich vegetables, Kiwami Greens daily packets make it easy to get your daily vegetables.

Young Barley Leaf*

40x more Potassium than cabbage

10x more Calcium than milk

5x more Vitamin C than spinach

2x as much Iron as kale

Ashitaba*

5x more Dietary Fiber than lettuce

5x more Vitamin E than carrots

carrots

More Beta-carotene and Calcium than spinach

Matcha

Rich in polyphenols, folic acids, and amino acids

Sencha

Loaded with catechin - a natural antioxidant - and folic acids

Prebiotics

Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) is a prebiotic found in various vegetables.

EMIQ (Enzymatically Modified Isoquercitrin)

Water soluble polyphenol produced from plants and allows for proper absorption (120 times more than normal vegetable polyphenol.*)

Kiwami Greens Package

30 Packets in a box

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Mix

Add a packet to approx. 5 fluid ounces of water or milk. You can also enjoy with your favorite recipe.

Stir

You can easily mix it into anything, as Kiwami Greens is completely soluble.

Enjoy

Consume everyday, without having to alter your daily routine.

Kiwami Greens Package

30 Packets in a box

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*Recommended Vegetable Intake Source: The 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans

Note* Average Weekly Dark Green Vegetables Intakes by Age-Sex Groups, Compared to Ranges of Recommended Intake.

*Kiwami Greens Ingredients When compared to the same amount

Enzymatically Modified Isoquercitrin Source: 59th Annual Meeting of Japan Society of Nutrition and Science