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To "drink one’s salad" is one of the easiest ways to get in plenty of fruit and vegetables.

In health-conscious California, USA they have had juice bars since the 80's serving freshly squeezed wheatgrass juice and since then chlorophyll rich juices have found a natural place in the spa world and health columns.

To "drink one's salad" is one of the easiest ways to get in your daily dose of fruit and vegetables. Most people know that fruit and vegetables are essential components to a balanced diet, but according to a recent survey, only one out of 10 succeed in ingesting 500 grams of fruit and vegetables per day.

For many, the best start to your day is with a chlorophyll-rich green drink and an easy way to make your own green drink is to use the of the dried powder of nutritious green plants such as wheat grass, barley grass, Spirulina, chlorella and hemp. Take one or two teaspoons of powder and blend together with water or apple juice for a beautiful green drink.

The term "Drink your greens!" is not something new. In 2005 the American woman Victoria Boutenko released her best-selling book "Green For Life". The book is about how Victoria and her family changed their lifestyle with raw foods and green drinks. However, Boutenko was not the first to write a book about the power of Greens, it was the great pioneer Ann Wigmore who, in 1955, began experimenting with herbs and wheatgrass juice.