EXCLUSIVE: Save On Superfood Supplements With This Discount Code

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If you’re like me, you don’t eat fruits or vegetables very often. Especially vegetables. It’s not that I don’t like vegetables (I do!), it’s just that I never buy them. That is probably the number one contributor to me feeling lethargic and getting sick all the time.

Thankfully, there are now supplements available to ensure that I don’t die just because I have bad eating habits. Specifically, I am talking about this green superfood powder from Natrogix. It is made from 32 organic ingredients such as spinach and acai. In other words, stuff that I know is good for me but never eat. This blend of superfoods, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, healthy enzymes and probiotics will do everything to keep me healthy even as my diet says otherwise.

And with the exclusive code NATRO169, Daily Caller readers can get it 35 percent off.

Normally $18, this superfood supplement is 35 percent off with the code (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $18, this superfood supplement is 35 percent off with the code (Photo via Amazon)

Natrogix Green Superfood Powder 8.5 oz 30 Days Supply on sale for $11.69 with code NATRO169

Every single serving of this powder nourishes your body with the equivalent of 7 servings of fruit and vegetables. Honestly, you are doing your body a disservice if you aren’t taking this. The fact that it tastes good is a bonus. As soon as you start taking this, you will wonder why you hadn’t before. And I won’t have a good answer for you. For just $12, there’s no excuse not to give it a shot. Your immune system will thank you.

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