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You Can Have Garden of Eden Health

Genesis Superfood Formula from the garden is a juice powder like no other on the market. It’s made from perennial plants such as those that would have been found in the Garden of Eden. This formula has never been done before. It’s a super concentration of nutrients that are also fermented. They support the systems of the body for your daily wellness. Due to our ability to concentrate and liberate the nutrients, we’ve been able to offer excellent results with just 1 scoop of juice powder. If you are traveling or if you simply don’t want to consume greens, and there are a lot of people who don’t, Genesis Superfood Formula can help you get many nutrients from foods you would otherwise be missing. Do you have a spouse or child in this category? There’s no fuss. No mess. You just mix a scoop of Garden’s Best Superfood in your favorite smoothie or shake or simply mix in water or juice. You can boost your immune system and your overall health. If you’re longing for health from the garden, take your superfoods and smile!

These products also have probiotics for two reasons. God created microorganisms in the garden because they are needed to break down the waste products and to nourish and feed the roots of the trees and other living things. Each of the Superfoods from the Garden formulas have powerful probiotics to support digestive and immune system health. That’s a key to your health. We’ve got organic fruits and veggies. We’ve got organic herbs and spices. We’ve got powerful probiotics that come from soil and plants. We’ve delivered those very same probiotics that are responsible for the health of plants and our gut into these superfoods from the Garden formulas.

About the Individual Ingredients

All our ingredients are from perennial plants—the plants that would have been found in the Garden of Eden. They were not plants that needed to be cultivated by planting seeds and tilling the soil but rather the plants that were created and yielded food each year.genesis-foods_s

Alfalfa Grass Juice

Alfalfa is a perennial plant. It’s called alfalfa because it is believed to be the father of foods. Alfalfa is incredible in terms of its ability to draw nutrients from deep in the earth to its leaves and flowers. Alfalfa roots go very, very deep; they can even break up rocks. They turn inorganic minerals into organic nutrients your body can absorb.


Our fruit blend consists of apple, strawberry, raspberry, and blueberry. These fruits provide antioxidants, fibers called pectin, which is great to cleanse and detoxify the body.

These are excellent sources of pigments that contribute to the body’s cellular defenses. 

Acacia, which is in the powder only, is one of the powerful superfoods that has been studied recently.

This is an example of a tree that would have been potentially in the Garden of Eden as well, because it is grown in that region. Acacia is a great source of soluble fiber. It is what you’d call a whole food fiber in that it is not extracted or isolated or separated. It dissolves very easily, and fiber is certainly missing in our diet. It is a non-bloating, non-digestive disturbing food.18587699 - fresh watercress on white background


Watercress is a member of the cruciferous vegetable family, along with broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, and collards. However, watercress is unique in that it is not a goitrogen (meaning iodine blocker). If you’re consuming broccoli, cauliflower and brussels sprouts, and you’ve are hypothyroid, it’s not clear if that’s actually helping or harming you. Watercress is the most well-rounded cruciferous vegetable and it helps you even with low thyroid. It helps to support liver health and detoxify the body. It also has unique immune supportive properties. Watercress is to cruciferous vegetables what ashwagandha is to other adaptogens. Watercress is the top cruciferous vegetable. If you taste it, it absolutely is apparent how much power it packs. It really is amazing.

ashwagandhaHerbs and Spices


Ashwagandha is one of the supreme herbs used in India, used for brain health and stress relief. It’s energizing, but not stimulating. It is a great support to the thyroid and adrenal glands. It is a quintessential adaptogen in that it works as well as all the adaptogens combined. (An adaptogen is a natural substance considered to help the body adapt to stress and to exert a normalizing effect upon bodily processes.) It is a powerful root to consume.

The Organic Fermented Botanical Blend 

Even down to the fermentation and the perennial plant ingredients, we are attempting to stay very true to the Garden’s Best message, which is to offer you the very best super juice food available

turmericGinger and Turmeric

Ginger and turmeric are related and important for healthy inflammatory response and digestion. They are both absolutely amazing when it comes to their ability to support joint comfort and flexibility, healthy inflammation responses, and digestion. Turmeric is an especially powerful cancer fighter. Turmeric has an amazing influence on the immune system. Ginger has beneficial influence on the heart.


Cinnamon is outstanding for its ability to support healthy blood sugar. It helps to control excess levels of candida, and it is also a powerful antioxidant. 


Thyme is similar to oregano—it’s great for balancing microbes. It is very good for upper respiratory health. Thyme is beneficial for the lungs. 


Lavender is great for the brain. It has a calming effect and is a stress reliever. It is edible, even though people are not typically looking for it as an ingredient in their salad. 

Chili Pepper

Chili pepper is one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. It’s loaded with Vitamin C —a powerful antioxidant, and provides a gentle, warming, and pro-circulatory effect.


The Organic Fermented Botanical Blend 

We use a fermentation process that incorporates something called a CO vector 00:16:00 in a similar fashion to how apple cider vinegar is made. Even down to the fermentation organisms and the ingredients, we are using perennial plants, attempting to stay very true to this message. The first botanical is ashwagandha. Ashwagandha is one of the supreme herbs used in India. It is primarily used for brain health and stress relief. It’s energizing, but not stimulating. It is a great support to the thyroid and adrenal glands. Ashwagandha is known as an adaptogen. In fact, it is a quintessential adaptogen in that it works as well as all the adaptogens combined. (An adaptogen is a natural substance considered to help the body adapt to stress and to exert a normalizing effect upon bodily processes.) It really is a powerful root to consume.

genesis-superfood-powder-1More About Garden’s Best Powder

This organic, fermented, botanical blend is very well-rounded. You’ll notice that in Superfoods from the Garden we have representatives from almost every color. We’ve got green in alfalfa,watercress, and peppermint. Dark purple blueberries, red raspberries, and strawberries. We’ve got ashwagandha, which is white, as is ginger. Turmeric is orange. Yellow and orange from oranges and lemons.  We’ve got light purple with lavender and deep red with chili, along with cinnamon that has a warming brown-orange shade. It’s very important to consume multiple flavors and colors every day.

Bacillus subtilis (no comma here) has been called a soil-based probiotic. It is found in healthy plant foods that have not been sanitized. In the old days, we would eat fruits and vegetables from the garden and just wipe them off, We would be getting lots of good microbes. Cherie remembers sitting in her grandmother’s garden and eating young carrots right pulled right out of the soil. Bacillus subtilis is clinically studied to support immune function and digestive function; it is absolutely powerful. This probiotic does not require refrigeration, and it is clinically effective in small doses.

Even our flavorings are organic – organic peppermint, organic stevia, and organic spearmint. They’re not only organic, but they’re also perennial plants. Everything here could have come from something that was God’s original intention for our diets, which again is an absolutely unique attribute to the Garden’s Best formula.

Jordan Rubin (Get Real Nutrition) ferments the herbs and spices in their indoor nutrient farm on California’s Central Coast through a proprietary and patent-pending fermentation technology.

genesis-superfood-capsuleGarden’s Best Capsules

Every ingredient that is in the powder is in the capsules in a more concentrated level, with the exception of acacia; there’s no acacia in the capsule. The probiotic is a blend of 3 probiotics— bacillus coagulans, bacillus clausii, and bacillus subtilis,, as in the powder. That trio of soil-based probiotics is absolutely amazing and helps support digestion of the other nutrients. You will get the same benefits as taking the powder. However, the powder is very versatile, being able to be mixed in juices, smoothies, shakes, or in water.  But don’t feel like if you’re not a green juice person, that you’re going to miss out on the benefits. Everyone can benefit by taking 3 capsules of Superfoods from the Garden every day, either with meals or on an empty stomach.

Dosage:  How Much To Take

You can take more than 1 serving of the powder and the capsules per day. They are meant to be used liberally, so there’s no overdosing as with Vitamin A, zinc, or selenium. This is all food. It’s all digestive friendly so “the more the merrier!”

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Why Are American So Sick?

Today in America we don’t eat enough plant food. When it comes to plants, here’s the hierarchy: Fruits are good, vegetables are better, herbs are amazing, and spices are off the charts. If you look at the power within each of these categories, Americans consume less of each of them. They don’t consume enough fruit. They definitely don’t consume enough veggies. They barely consume any herbs. The only seasonings they consume regularly are pepper and salt. Where’s the spice in the American diet?  Americans are among the Western nations that consume the lowest amount of spice per capita of anywhere in the world.  In biblical times, the use of herbs and spices were significantly greater than today. We think of herbs and spices for flavor only, and they are amazing for that. But we need them for health reasons.

Some people say they eat enough fruits and veggies, but what about consume fermented ashwagandha, fermented ginger, fermented turmeric, peppermint which is great for digestion and brain support, oregano which helps to balance microbes in your gut and is a huge sort of antioxidants? Orange peel and lemon peel are wonderful to support the lymphatic system. They’ve been used traditionally for thousands of years. Rosemary is also a powerful antioxidant and great for your brain. Sage is one of the most energetic plants on the planet, rich in antioxidants, great for the entire body, blood sugar support as well.

Happened to Our Soil?

Decades ago fruits and vegetables were much richer in nutrients that today because of the soil. We are faced with soil depletion. According to Scientific American, “Modern intensive agricultural methods have stripped increasing amounts of nutrients from the soil in which the food we eat grows. Sadly, each successive generation of fast-growing, pest-resistant carrot is truly less good for you than the one before.”

A study at the University of Texas (UT) at Austin’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry looked at the Department of Agriculture nutritional data from 1950 and 1999 for 43 different vegetables and fruits.  They found  finding declines in the amount of protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron, riboflavin (vitamin B2) and vitamin C over the past half century. Davis and his colleagues believe the decline in nutritional content is due to agricultural practices designed to improve traits (size, growth rate, pest resistance) everything but nutrition. (December 2004 in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition)

“Efforts to breed new varieties of crops that provide greater yield, pest resistance and climate adaptability have allowed crops to grow bigger and more rapidly,” reported Davis, “but their ability to manufacture or uptake nutrients has not kept pace with their rapid growth. There have likely been declines in other nutrients, too,” he said, such as magnesium, zinc and vitamins B-6 and E, but they were not studied in 1950 and more research is needed to find out how much less we are getting of these key vitamins and minerals.”