When we say that BarleyLife is made from the most nutritious stuff on earth, it isn’t like some guy saying he makes “The World’s Best Sandwich.” Because that guy is probably just touting a normal sandwich with a fancy moniker. We’re selling a unique, nutritious product with the evidence to back it up.
Let’s look at the nutritional profiles of three popular superfoods that I’ve been reading about lately: Quinoa, blueberries and kale. (Information is USDA-sourced Google info.) Superfoods are great. I’m not knocking them. You should probably eat them, but you’ll still need BarleyLife in your, uh, life. Here’s why:
Quinoa contains: (serving size 1 cup) 170 g
40% Vitamin B-6
Blueberries Contain: (serving size 1 cup) 148 g
1% Vitamin A
24% Vitamin C
5% Vitamin B-6
Kale Contains: (serving size 1 cup) 67 g
133% Vitamin A
134% Vitamin C
10% Vitamin B-6
BarleyLife Contains: (serving size 1 teaspoon) 4 g
As you can see, most superfoods contain about two or three major nutrients and a few side nutrients. BarleyLife also has two major nutrients but it has sixteen side nutrients. Additionally, you get all of it in four grams of powder. You have to eat 67 grams of kale to get the amounts listed. When we talk about the world’s most nutritious food, we’re talking density here. If you ate 67 g of BarleyLife (which I’m not advocating. I’m just doing a thought experiment) you could multiply every nutrient by 17, or in the case of kale, 42.5.
Because BarleyLife is so nutritionally dense, two or three four-gram servings per day gives you a wide variety of nutrients for only about 45 calories. That means, BarleyLife is the ideal juice to add to any healthy diet. Face it. How many of us actually make sure we’re getting 100% of each nutrient per day? Consuming BarleyLife pretty much ensures that you get something that has been left out of your meals.
Furthermore, BarleyLife contains substantial amounts of amino acids, especially for a grass. We are going to compare 8 g of BarleyLife to 67 g of Kale and 185 g of cooked quinoa and 148 g of blueberries.
This amino acid analysis was done about ten years ago. Quality Assurance says our latest formulation has greater potency, but we’ll make due with this old list for now. (Also, I did some of the math, so there is always a risk of that going wrong.)
||BarleyLife Kale BlueBerries QuiNoa
||0.124 0.166 0.045 0.338
||0.138 0.184 0.054 0.629
||0.211 0.295 0.084 0.653
||0.224 0.374 0.054 1.073
||0.107 0.159 0.045 0.399
||0.025 0.069 0.016 0.234
||0.091 0.197 0.034 0.290
||0.116 0.231 0.065 0.482
||0.083 0.197 0.019 0.442
||0.031 0.032 0.017 0.177
||0.114 0.169 0.038 0.342
||0.099 0.196 0.041 0.444
||0.093 0.139 0.032 0.325
||0.106 0.147 0.029 0.242
||0.074 0.117 0.013 0.153
||0.116 0.181 0.045 0.342
As you can see, two scoops of BarleyLife contains competitive amounts of amino acids, and it’s punching way over its weight. 185 grams of cooked quinoa may have more amino acids than BarleyLife, but it just has tons more mass and more calories (222). BarleyLife is the Mighty Mouse of food. It comes in small servings, it doesn’t take up much space, but it packs a wallop.
BarleyLife is the simple, low-calorie wholefood solution to nutrition. No matter how healthy you eat, it has something in it that you can use.