After years of deliberating and procrastinating, I got my order of Tony Robbins’ Pure Energy Greens in the mail a few days ago.
The box has 90 packets of a green powder mix of organic green vegetables. Tony Robbins subscribes to the acid/alkaline diet, in which a host of the body’s problems can be ascribed to an acidic lifestyle and diet, and the solution is to have a largely alkaline diet and lifestyle.
The theory is still pretty much out there, with critics and supporters alike. But the basic premise, as much as I can sort out, is this: eat more veggies than you do everything else, feel better more of the time than feel stressed, and exercise!
Can’t argue with that.
My goal in getting the Pure Energy Greens is twofold;
1) to increase my levels of energy,
2) to improve my health, because I don’t eat enough vegetables.
In this 30 day trial, I’ll be taking 2 servings of Pure Energy Greens a day. That’s 1 less than the recommended because these things cost (the main reason for my procrastination) and do a purely subjective test based on whether or not it raises the level of energy I feel…especially during the afternoon lunch sleepies.
P.S. Read more about the alkaline acid diet.