Remember how your parents used to force green vegetables down your throat? We do too, but now we hardly get any time to eat healthy besides from all the junk we eat at the restaurant chains. Well, our body craves for green vegetables and all the nutrition that comes from it. So it’s your time to be Popeye and get your greens but through a more tasteful experience. Introducing The Total Living Drink Greens by Kylea Health. It offers a nine-in-one solution to the nutrition needs of your body. Just take a scoop of the powder, mix it in a glass of water and off you go.

This Green Superfood drink claims to contain the following in its 40-gram serving, namely,

  • Protein ;
  • Fruits, Vegetables, Grasses and Algae,
  • Amino Acids,
  • Digestive Enzymes,
  • Probiotics,
  • Herbs,
  • Antioxidants,
  • Vitamins, and,
  • Minerals

Regular supplements provides you only one or two benefits whereas The Total Living Drink Greens acts as your regular protein powder supplement. It provides MEGA ENERGY, as claimed by the company, rejuvenates your skin, increases your mental focus, establishes a healthy pH balance and the list goes on. This “Made in U.S.A” product also claims to provide nutrients equal to 7-10 servings of raw vegetables and fruits, which is a lot of nutrients. Also, you don’t have to go through the hassle of choosing and eating your ‘not so tasty’ green vegetables. Besides, it is difficult to set up a solid feast such as this.

Some of the key ingredients in this Kylea Health product include spirulina, alfalfa, fenugreek, barley, carrot, broccoli, lecithin, chlorella, brown rice, wheat grass, pulse, bitter melon, pineapple, and even apple juice. Each serving contains just over 13 grams of all of these fruits and vegetables, which is a little bit higher than usual. After taking it for roughly 3 weeks, you will feel more energized, active, will have more bowel movements, and can even enjoy other health benefits like relief from back acne. It also has ingredients that act as digestive catalysts, cancer prevention agents.

Though it’s hard to believe that besides having so many nutritious values, The Total Living Drink Greens actually tastes good, but it’s an unavoidable truth. The moment you open the bag you can feel the pleasant fruity fragrance of this product.

The fact that The Total Living Drink Greens uses juice extracts for their superfood instead of the typical vegetable powders makes it stand out of the crowd.

Some people claim this is better because the juice of the fruits and vegetables is rich with nutrients. The original recipe did, however, have a notoriously bad taste. In November 2015, the company changed its formula to improve the taste to what it is today.

However, with so many good things to look forward to, one must know that the ingredients, which are mostly nutritious can sometimes produce side effects, especially for first-timers. Some of the ingredients that can cause some minor side effects are as follows:

Pea Protein

Legume is the main ingredient used in its making. It might not have all the amino acids the human body requires. So, an extra supplement from other forms of protein to make up for the missing amino acids is required. This can potentially lead to side effects because the body of the consumer might not receive the amount required for its proper functioning.

Rice Protein

This first absorption protein source is extracted from rice. As the body uses this form of protein pretty quickly, it can create side effects such as nausea, vomiting and ill feelings and can lead to loose stools, diarrhea and increased bathroom use.


Chlorella is an algae found in fresh water. This is considered as a source of protein, carbohydrates and fats and has nutrients. However, this often leads to breathing problems, gas and discoloration of stools. It may also result in allergic reactions, asthma and sensitivity to the sun.


Dulce supplies the iodine needed by the thyroid to stay healthy. It’s found to be unsafe when taken orally since it contains Iodine that is harmful enough to harm the thyroid, which can lead to problems.


This herb claims to help regulate blood sugar and slow absorption. Facial swelling, rashes, bloating, diarrhea, upset stomach and gas are some of its side effects. It can also lead to allergies, congestion and extremely low blood sugar.

Spirulina Juice Powder

Blue-green algae are used in superfood drinks due to its mixture of nutrients and mending effects on inflammation and infections. However, it is prone to contamination. Contaminated blue-green algae can cause liver damage, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, weakness, thirst and rapid heartbeat. This ingredient is advised to be used only after thorough check of toxins and not to be used by people with weakened immune system.

Just like everything comes with some side effects, this has too. No one can deny that the good this product can do, is much more than the side effects it may have. It’s depends on how compatible the product is with the person consuming it.

The Total Living Drink Greens is quite compatible with its a variety of consumers and ratings in the market are quite high. It is leading in the Green Superfood Drink industry with its nine-in-one formula and amazing price. It is only $99.00 which is much cheaper compared to its competitors in the market and versatile nature. Each scoop roughly estimates to around $3.00 which is a worthy investment.

Total Living Drink
It single handedly does the job of ten other supplements such as of Digestive Enzyme Supplements, Probiotic Supplements, Herbal Supplements, Amino Acid Supplements, Multi-vitamin and Multi-mineral Supplements, as well as, Weight Loss Supplements.

The price of which collectively would be much over $99.00. However, it is difficult to find the product in physical shops, it is better to order it online. There are even multiple offers for first-timers and monthly subscribers.

For First-timers, the taste of The Total Living Drink Greens might seem ‘not so pleasant’ but it is better than any other superdrink out there. This surely deserves a chance to be in your daily diet chart.