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Barley-Max, Green Powder Drinks, and a Vegan Mother-In-Law?

Asked on September 05, 2011
Created September 05, 2011 at 3:01 AM

My mother-in-law is a holistic vegan with raw foods approach. I find her take on diet refreshing and we rarely disagree about anything.

She takes a green powder supplement made from barley GRASS, not barley wheat. I wanted to know if there was anything to this? She and my father-in-law swear by it but is it paleo? And is it worth the money; ie are there any real benifits to taking this as someone who eats grassfed paleo or is it something more suited to vegans as they tend to have nutrient deficiencies?

http://www.hacres.com/hallelujah-diet/explanation

"Build strong, healthy new cells in your body.

BarleyMax is a certified organic whole-food concentrate made from the juice of young barley grass and alfalfa. It is kept enzymatically alive with low-temperature processing that does not damage heat sensitive nutrients.

BarleyMax has a broad spectrum of naturally occurring vitamins, minerals, amino acids and trace minerals concentrated for easy absorption into the body."

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