Go Ruby Go!
Institute for Vibrant Living
Supercharged Fruit Superfood
Help fuel your day with Go Ruby Go!, the great-tasting fruit powder superfood supplement that packs a punch. Made with concentrated natural fruit extracts, the benefits of this supplement extend beyond a simple energy boost. Loaded with antioxidants it may also help with reducing inflamation, heart health, and even mental clarity and focus. The vitamins and minerals also help boost the immune system. With so many benefits, it's easy to see why Go Ruby Go! is called a superfood supplement.
Fruits are well known for their cleansing, detox, energizing and purifying attributes and when you get so many fruits together, the results increase.
This super-fruit supplement is the fast track to boundless energy. Not only does it supercharge you, but tastes great while your getting your daily required fruits and vegetables. Get nature’s phytochemicals, anti-inflammatory, antifungal and anti-bacterial ingredients together in a single powder drink.
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Advantages and Disadvantages
- The high quality ingredients blend of essential vitamins from fruits and berries.
- With such an impressive A-list of fruits, it’s no wonder this supplement tastes just as good as it energizes.
- Great value at $39.99 a month (daily cost is about $1.40 a day) and there are bulk order discounts and frequent coupons.
- Non-GMO raw materials and ingredients are grown with ecologically friendly cultivation methods.
- Want to know more? The website offers an "Ask a Question" option for all their products.
- Naturally sweetened containing only 3 grams of sugar per serving and no sugar added.
- Superior product quality backed with extensive research and proven results by Bernard M, MD.
- Easily digestible when easily dissolved in liquids with less gritty taste.
- Probiotic includes 6 strains of beneficial bacteria for the GI track.
- 133% of your daily required Vitamin C (80mg).
- Contains high values of soluble fiber and omega-3s with flaxseed.
- Offers a variety of 42 fruits and nutrients unlike others that only contain a few ingredients.
- Numerous coupon opportunities throughout the year.
- Any reason 100% money back guarantee.
- Only available online.
- This is not a meal replacement drink.
- I wasn't able confirm if this is gluten-free or soy-free. IVL does offer a gluten-free product, Super Wheatgrass Combo.
- Ingredients are blend in proprietary amounts.
- Not available in organic blend yet.
As with any treatment option, results will vary based on many factors including on how far the condition has progressed, the complexity of your particular root reason for supplements, as well as many other factors including how well you keep up with care at home and certain risk factors, such as smoking, which may lower the chances of success.
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Go Ruby Go Ingredients by IVL Products
Tomatoes, Red Raspberries, Strawberries, Acerola, Cherries, Cranberries, Apple Pectin, Mangos, Papayas, Peaches, Blood Oranges, Flaxseed, Lecithin, Oat Bran, Phytosterol Blend, Pomegranates, Red Currants, Pineapple, Bilberries, Nectarines, Probiotic Blend (6 Bil/per g), Barley, Eleuthero Root, Mangosteen, Rice Bran, Soy Protein, Tangerine Oranges, Apricots, Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), Kiwi, Red Delicious Apples, Cherimoya, Red Grapes, Star Fruit, Plums, Acai Fruit, Coconut, Grape Seed Extract, Blueberries, Passionfruit, Prunes, Blackberries, Guava
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