Odds are most people aren't getting enough greens in their diet. It could be due to not liking the taste or because meal preparation involving greens may be difficult for a busy person. Whatever reason it may be, Animal Greens can help someone supplement their greens intake—conveniently and effectively. Stefi Cohen tells us why she takes Animal Greens in her latest article.
Evan Centopani has established himself in the industry as a "health conscious" bodybuilder who understands that we only get one body per lifetime. He takes care of himself in a sport that is not always known for doing such a thing. What does he have to say about Animal Greens, a pill pack greens product designed to supplement your daily vegetable intake? Read his latest article if you're interested.
Injuries are part of the game. The course of action you take when you're injured will depend on its severity. Before you throw in the towel on your entire prep, read Renee Jewett's article, "Training Around Injuries During Prep," because you might find some valuable advice on how to manage these unfortunate events.
Animal Greens is designed to supplement your daily greens intake when you might be falling short on what you need. Why a pill pack? Because it eliminates the nasty aftertaste of powdered greens. Eat your vegetables, throw a pack of Greens down, and be on your way. Want more info? Gary “G-Six” Turner gives it to you in his latest article.