Zupafood ELITEIn stock
Our #1 superfood blend for vitality
- Elite combination of the world's best superfoods
- Collactive™ marine collagen for healthier-looking skin
- Support brain function, immunity and performance
Size: 30 x 10,000 mg
Price (USD) $64.35
Member Price $57.92
|Supplement Facts |
Serving size: 1 packet
Servings per container: 30
|Amount Per Serving ||% Daily Value* |
|Calories ||35 || |
|Total Carbohydrates ||3.8 g || |
| Dietary Fiber ||1 g || |
| Sugars ||1.7 g || |
|Protein ||3.5 g || |
|Calcium (from Aquamin™ Marine Algae) ||160 mg || 16% |
|Collactive™ (Marine collagen and elastin polypeptides) ||2000 mg ||** |
|Organic Spirulina ||1700 mg ||** |
|Organic Chlorella ||502 mg ||** |
|Green Tea extract ||70 mg ||** |
|Organic Mushroom Blend ||400 mg ||** |
| (A proprietary blend of Cordyceps militaris, King Trumpet, Agaricus blazei, Lion's Mane || |
|New Zealand Superfood Blend ||3512 mg ||** |
| (A proprietary blend of Grape Juice Powder, Kiwifruit Powder, Apple Fiber Powder, Organic Barley Grass, Organic Wheat Grass, Grape Seed Extract, Grape Skin Extract, Kiwifruit Extract) || |
|* Percent daily values are based on a 2000 calorie diet |
** Daily value not established
Other ingredients: Flavors (Natural Green Apple, Malic Acid, Citric Acid), Natural Sweetener (Stevia Glycosides).
Does not contain soy, dairy, gluten, peanut or shellfish
These statements and reviews have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
I am very happy with zupafood FOR SKIN as it has make my skin more moist and less saggy and also there is this small pigmentation on my left cheek and i can see is slowly fading.
-Zuleikha J, Singapore
I really like ZUPAFOOD Elite! I've only had about 15 days of it, but I'm pretty sure it's the cause of my increased energy and optimism. It's the only thing in my life that has changed recently. I just feel better, so I want to continue if I can.
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