Goli Supergreens 60 Gummies
GOLI Gummies have become a tasty and popular way of getting one's daily vitamins and nutrients. GOLI initially rolled out Apple Cider Vinegar and Ashwagandha gummies but has since extended the line to include Superfruits and now SuperGreens Gummies. These tasty gummies contain 11 super greens along with added vitamin C, nutrients and probiotics to support digestive health, immune health and overall health and wellbeing.
GOLI SuperGreens Gummies Highlights & Benefits
- Contains 11 Super Greens
- With Added Vitamin C, & Probiotics
- Vegan & Vegetarian Friendly
- Supports Digestive Health, Immune Health, and Overall Wellbeing
- Gluten Free, Gelatin Free and Non-GMO
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GOLI SuperGreens Gummies Customer Reviews
These are a tasty way to get your daily greens. I've seen some other reviews saying these taste bad, it's greens guys, these aren't quite as sweet or tasty as the Ashwagandha or ACV Gummies but they're far from upalletable. They're lime flavor, limes are sour people. Aside from maybe Glaxon Supergreens this is the best tasting greens product I've ever tried!
I think a lot of reviewers thought they were buying candy, no these are not Albanese Gummy Bears people, these are a health supplement. Greens normally taste horrible, these are pretty tasty and most importantly they're good for you. If you want candy buy candy.
Take 2 gummies twice daily. Make sure to chew thoroughly.
GOLI SuperGreens 60 Gummies Ingredients & Label
Warnings & Side Effects
Store in a cool dry place after opening.
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