Tropical Traditions Antioxidant Omega 3 Greens Giveaway!

Tropical Traditions Antioxidant Omega 3 Greens Giveaway!

5 October, 2010|Posted in: Giveaway, Product Review

I have another wonderful Tropical Traditions product to give away today! This time they sent me their Antioxidant Omega 3 Greens powder.

About (from the website):

  • Antioxidant Natural Greens supports nutrition, digestion, circulation & immunity.*
  • Antioxidant Natural Greens contains 2600mg Organic Flax & Organic Flax Lignans per serving, rich in ALA Omega 3
  • Antioxidant Natural Greens provides dark green plants, herbs, spices, natural food concentrates, and nutritious fruits and vegetables to help meet your daily requirements.
  • Antioxidant Natural Greens supplies a rich blend of totally natural vitamins, minerals, plant enzymes, antioxidants, phytonutrients and symbiotic intestinal flora for optimal energy metabolism, digestion, detoxification, and immune enhancement.*
  • Great for Active Lifestyles*
  • Rich in ALA Omega 3 fatty acid
  • Detoxification*
  • Improves Immune Function*
  • Provides Fiber for Better Digestion*
  • Provides High Antioxidant Benefits*
  • Alkalizes Body & Balances pH*
  • Supplements Weight-Loss Plans*
  • No Stimulants or Caffeine
  • Great Source of Probiotics*

Not only does this have a ton of nutritional benefits, it actually tastes good! The first time I tried this, I mixed the berry with a glass of water. I was expecting this to taste grassy like other green powders but it had a pleasant berry flavor. This morning, I decided to try it in a smoothie.

My smoothie contained 1 scoop of the powder, frozen berries, almond milk, and maca powder.  Today is probably not the best today to make a cold smoothie but it did give me plenty of energy for a morning workout! I plan to keep using this every morning!

Giveaway!

Tropical Traditions is providing me with one canister of Antixidant Omega 3 Greens powder for a lucky Missy Maintains reader!

How to Enter:

1) Leave me a comment telling me how you would use this powder.

2) Tweet this giveaway. “@MissyMaintains is giving away @TropTraditions Antioxidant Omega 3 Greens Powder! Enter here: http://bit.ly/bniX06

Bonus Entries

1) Subscribe to the Tropical Traditions Sales Newsletter. (Let me know below)

2) Follow @troptraditions on Twitter.

I will choose a winner this Thursday, October 5th. Good luck!
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43 Comments

  1. Kelsey M
    5 October, 2010

    Yum! Looks like a great addition to my usual smoothie!

  2. Erin
    5 October, 2010

    I am a smoothie queen and would love to add this powder to my concoctions. :)

  3. Michelle
    5 October, 2010

    Mmmm…this looks delicious and I would definitely love to add this to my smoothies, along with a scooop of protein powder and banana to fuel up post-workout. Yum!

  4. Rebecca
    5 October, 2010

    i would either mix this in to a smoothie or stir some in to oatmeal!

  5. Rebecca
    5 October, 2010

    i also tweeted

  6. One Healthy Apple
    5 October, 2010

    This looks fabulous! I would use this in a smoothie- either my own or spiked in Mike’s smoothie.

    P.S. CONGRATS on your promotion!!!

  7. Lea
    5 October, 2010

    The nutritional benefits are pretty awesome. Scoop into smoothie and drink!

  8. Monica
    5 October, 2010

    I like your idea of mixing it in a smoothie.

  9. Rose
    5 October, 2010

    Sounds yummy

  10. Amy
    5 October, 2010

    Yum! Definitely a smoothie too. I wonder how it would taste in oats or yogurt?

  11. Lee
    5 October, 2010

    I would put it in a smoothie. Sorry, I’m not very creative.

  12. Toni
    5 October, 2010

    I would put it in my green monster smoothies-almond milk, spinach, banana.

  13. julie
    5 October, 2010

    hiii :) don’t enter me! but we need a date soon!

  14. Cellabella
    5 October, 2010

    I would definitely make smoothies with it! Smoothies with soymilk, bananas, peanut butter, and the Tropical Traditions Green Mix :)

  15. Ninon Wilson
    5 October, 2010

    I think I would try this in a smoothie or possibly mix in with yogurt? Hmmmmmm experimentation would be key. These drinks usually taste “grassy”. I would love to try one that tastes good!!!

  16. JW
    5 October, 2010

    I would add it to smoothies!

  17. JW
    5 October, 2010

    I tweeted for you. I am @butterjessfly

  18. JW
    5 October, 2010

    I am already a follower of @troptraditions!

  19. Ambergi
    6 October, 2010

    I guess I am on the smoothie team
    tattgiff at centurytel dot net

  20. Ambergi
    6 October, 2010

    I am a follower of theirs on twitter
    tattgiff at centurytel dot net

  21. Ambergi
    6 October, 2010

    I subscribe to their email newsletter.

    tattgiff at centurytel dot net

  22. Melissa
    6 October, 2010

    I would use it in my smoothies and oats!

  23. Carly Guerrero
    6 October, 2010

    I would throw in my blender w/ ice/ Greek yogurt (plain) and frappe it

  24. monica hingorani
    6 October, 2010

    I tweeted about this.I’m following you on facebook.Ilove smoothies and I would add it to them because it’s so healthy and good for me.

  25. Melissa
    6 October, 2010

    I Subscribe to the Tropical Traditions Sales Newsletter!

  26. Melissa
    6 October, 2010

    I Follow @troptraditions on Twitter (@mgonyeo)

  27. Helen
    6 October, 2010

    Hi, I have recently been told, I have to have lots more omega 3!!! What a better way to begin this project!! Thanks!! Can’t wait to try it!!

  28. Laurie
    6 October, 2010

    I am often too busy to stop and have a meal.I am very busy keeping with my family so I would probably stir it in a glass of whole milk and go knowing I am fortified!

  29. Vicki Fitch
    6 October, 2010

    This product sounds great! We are always looking for creative beverages. Not only would I add this to smoothies for breakfast it could be great mixed with some sparkling water or possibly iced green tea.

  30. Sharon @ Healthy Jewish Princess
    6 October, 2010

    i tweeted! @HealthySharon

  31. Sharon @ Healthy Jewish Princess
    6 October, 2010

    i follow them now! @HealthySharon

  32. Sharon @ Healthy Jewish Princess
    6 October, 2010

    i would most likely put it in a smoothie or make a SIAB with it :)

  33. Sharon @ Healthy Jewish Princess
    6 October, 2010

    i subscribed to their newsletter :)

  34. Clairerose
    6 October, 2010

    I like having smoothies in the morning and get bored of the same old…this would be a great and beneficial alternative:-)cc

  35. Carol
    6 October, 2010

    I would use it in smoothies since, now that I’m trying to follow Dr. Asa’s plan, I am off of gluten, bacon, cheese……! I’m running out of breakfast foods! LOL!

  36. margosa
    6 October, 2010

    perfect for the coming months as my garden greens are past their season-i do so much better with my green smoothie in the morning! i do subscribe to the newsletter already.

  37. Susan
    6 October, 2010

    Good idea(s)!!

  38. Susan
    6 October, 2010

    I live in Hawaii (on Maui) and would blend this great stuff with my fresh papayas and bananas and lilikoi or guava, etc.,coconuts and pineapples in the yard for breakfast!

  39. Susan
    6 October, 2010

    I would also make sure that my favorite health foods stores in these parts carry the product and sing its praises to my friends here and there – far and wide!

  40. Kath
    7 October, 2010

    I’ll be having surgery tomorrow and would use it to detox from all the medication I have had to take up until this point. More than likely I’ll make a smoothie or drink using coconut milk since I am allergic to both cow milk and almonds. Another way I would like to use it is in a homemade protein bar. I saw a recipe in an Oprah mag for bars using coconut butter (you can make your own from coconut powder), dried cherries, and I think sesame seeds, but I’d probably use toasted hemp seeds for the added Omega-3′s.

  41. flax hulls
    15 December, 2011

    Hi There Missymaintains,
    I just stumbled across this and, The acai is an antioxidant rich berry that comes from the tropical South American rain forest, but is easily available in many supermarkets and health food stores. In Brazil it has been used for ages, mixed with other fruits and primarily as an energizing drink.
    I’ll be back to read more next time

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