Below we take an in-depth look at GAIA Super Fruits and Greens, to examine whether this antioxidant and vitamin-rich blend offers athletes all the nutrients they need to maintain overall health.
GAIA Super Fruits and Greens is a powdered blend of vitamins, vegetables, fruits, and prebiotics that is designed for use by hardworking bodybuilders and athletes. Designed to promote general health, this mixture claims to reduce the problem of “free radicals” and claims to help customers maintain their muscular physique. GAIA Super Fruits and Greens currently only comes in one flavour, an intriguing blend of peach and mango.
This performance-booster is produced by Chaos and Pain, an interesting supplement and t-shirt manufacturer from the USA. The main distinguishing feature of Chaos and Pain are their wild approach to naming and packaging products, leading to crazy designs that genuinely wouldn’t go amiss decorating a shelf somewhere. The group may not have as much flair and experience with designing quality products as they do with coming up with eye-catching branding, as they appear to be a relative newcomer to the scene that attracts relatively low levels of interest on the Internet as of writing.
GAIA Super Fruits and Greens shouldn’t cause any side effects for most people, as the ingredient profile is mainly made up of ordinary fruits, vegetables, and vitamins. Some customers may experience a rare allergic reaction, but the low ingredient quantities used in this supplement should not lead to severely adverse effects.
The use of FOS could however lead to temporary gas, bloating, and stomach cramps.
GAIA Super Fruits and Greens costs $39.99 for a 30-day supply on most American webstores, including on Amazon and the official Chaos and Pain website. Curiously, British customers are able to buy it for far cheaper, with the mixture costing just £21.99 on www.powermyself.com.
One major problem with products like these is that it remains hard to judge how useful they are. We all know that vitamins, fruits and vegetables are vital for a healthy body to function, but it remains hard to see how powdering and reducing the serving size of these useful substances is better than simply consuming them regularly through your diet.
To be clear, as vitamin and superfood blends go, this product does not look bad. It’s priced fairly, has an interesting flavour profile, carries few side effects, and enjoys a snazzy approach to packaging. However, the manufacturer makes dozens of excitable claims about how this product protects muscular gains and improves overall health, which appears to be a step too far. Of course, customers with appallingly bad diets will finally be able to access all the nutrients their diet misses out on, but we suspect that few athletes that consider buying this really need it.
Chaos and Pain appear to be a relatively interesting and exciting new manufacturer, but the company still has a way to go before it reaches the professionalism seen amongst its rivals. The company still does not have anything resembling a proper returns policy, and appears to rely on faking reviews to generate interest. In fact, the review-checker FakeSpot claims that GAIA Super Fruits and Greens has no legitimate customer reviews backing it online, a fact which makes it hard for new customers to judge how good the product really is.
Overall, this product appears to be a broadly competent vitamin/green blend, but the lack of customer reviews continues to make it a bit of a risk to purchase.
We do not recommend GAIA Super Fruits and Greens to our readers.
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GAIA Super Fruits and Greens is a general health tonic that is aimed primarily at the bodybuilding/male athlete market. The main idea driving this product is that it offers a significant dose of antioxidants and other healthy inputs like calcium, in order to help athletes reduce the numbers of “free radicals” in their bodies and maintain their physiques more effectively. This multifaceted product also offers prebiotics to provide digestive relief, as well as a host of useful vitamins and minerals.
GAIA Super Fruits and Greens is manufactured by Chaos and Pain, a supplement manufacturer known for its zany packaging designs and interesting approach to naming products. Chaos and Pain have some of the weirdest branding tactics we’ve ever seen, giving otherwise innocuous pre-workout supplements names like “Cannibal Ferox” or “Cannibal Riot”. Their brightly coloured and stylised bottles are decorated in much the same way as a heavy metal fan might spray paint their van, adorned with beautifully-drawn skulls, crying angels, and other detailed imagery. Unsurprisingly, the company also sells a line of t-shirts. Customers can contact Chaos and Pain using the contact form provided on the official website, or can email the company at firstname.lastname@example.org, phone them on 1-855-798-6039 or reach them by post at 5149 Selkirk, Birmingham, AL 35242.
The directions for use are as follows:
As a dietary supplement, mix one (1) scoop in eight to twelve (8-12) ounces of water daily in a shaker cup.
On the official Chaos and Pain website, the entry describing the benefits associated with using GAIA Super Fruits and Greens is extremely long and detailed. Supposedly, this product can help to maintain muscle-building gains in the gym, aid with weight loss, and provide digestive regularity.
Chaos and Pain claim that the “overall” health benefits of GAIA Super Fruits and Greens help the body to be in “balance”, which means that muscle can be rebuilt faster and better. The product’s high antioxidant content also helps to limit the damaging effects of free radicals (a by-product of the muscle-building process). As antioxidants inhibit oxidation and the production of free radicals, they can stop free radicals remaining “detrimental to your physique”.
The ingredients list for this product also contains a prebiotic ingredient as well as a couple of other digestive aids. Chaos and Pain claims that this should help to fertilize the “healthy” bacteria living in the gut, providing digestive regularity and improving digestive health. Other ingredients are also said to balance the body’s PH levels, and reduce the level of acidity in the body (Chaos and Pain claim that too much acidity causes the body to recover and heal more quickly).
GAIA Super Fruits and Greens contains various fruits and vegetables, but it’s hard to say whether all of this does any good when consumed in this form. For example, we know that pineapple is a great source of manganese and vitamin C, but are these benefits significant when you consume just half a gram of powdered pineapple? Apply this logic across the board and you’ll see the problem with products like these.
This product does contain a significant dose of virtually all the useful vitamins you might need. The various fruits and vegetables it offers may also provide a boost to overall health, although probably less significantly than simply consuming them as foodstuffs.
Most of the claims that Chaos and Pain make though absolutely won’t come true for customers. The antioxidant content is nowhere near significant enough to make a dent to the body’s free radical content, and in any case, antioxidants should do little to nothing to preserve or intensify muscle gains. Customers should also not expect to lose weight whilst using this product. The only exception is the promise of improved digestive regularity, which could take place due to the inclusion of the prebiotic, FOS.
The ingredients found in GAIA Super Fruits and Greens are detailed below. The ingredient quantities listed below are correct for 1 scoop of powder (11.5g).
As this product is for the most part packed out with harmless fruits, vegetables, and vitamins, side effects are not at all likely. One or two of the fruits used in this product can sometimes cause nausea if people are allergic or sensitive to them, but the ingredient quantities used in GAIA Super Fruits and Green are unlikely to cause many problems.
The high dietary fibre content of the prebiotic, FOS, may cause issues for some. Introducing a large quantity of fibre to a diet that is not used to it can cause some temporary side effects, such as flatulence, bloating, and stomach cramps.
Do not exceed recommended serving size. Use only as directed. Not intended for use by persons under 18, or by those with a serious medical condition. Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Please consult your physician before using this product.
There are only a few customer comments discussing GAIA Super Fruits and Greens online, although virtually all of the reviews we found were positive. However, we took a look at the review-checker website FakeSpot, and unfortunately found that 100% of the positive reviews left on the Amazon page were faked! We’ve actually never seen such an impressive amount of fakery going on, perhaps implying that no-one outside of the employees and family members of Chaos and Pain have actually tried the product yet. We’ve included a snippet of the available reviews below, but for obvious reasons, take them with a pinch of salt.
Tastes much better than most super berry green foods, like peach iced tea. Trying to fill in any dietary gaps due to lack of sleep and overall chaos associated with having a newborn. Service was on time and delivery was quick.
I’ve tried a plethora of different superfood blends from every company on the market and I have to say that I enjoy this one the most. The flavor is superb and it mixes better than any other superfoods powder I’ve ever used. The product has a lot of vitamins and all that jazz which is great but what I notice the most is the probiotic profile. It helps keep me feeling light and preventing bloating like none other. To me that’s worth its weight in gold. At this point I’m almost done with my first tub and am already ordering another. If you’re a regular consumer of superfood products you’d be a fool to not try this product.
Absolutely love this product! I take Gaia every single day with my breakfast to make up for any shortcomings in micronutrients in my diet, and to maximize my training and recovery. I don’t feel quite as guilty if I miss a serving of veggies!
Absolutely love this product. It gives me so much energy and tastes amazing.
It’s tricky to say whether Chaos and Pain offer a true money-back guarantee, as they fail to detail their policy anywhere on their website. The sentence quoted below is literally the company’s entire returns policy in full:
Chaos and Pain offers a 100% money back guarantees as it stands behinds the quality of its products!!
As regular readers will know, we only consider a money-back guarantee as such if it offers customers a full refund within a reasonable time on all opened products (even if customers are expected to pay the cost and bear the risk of shipping the item back). If looking to return GAIA Super Fruits and Greens, it might be worth dropping an email to the company to receive the details of their returns policy in full.
GAIA Super Fruits and Greens can be purchased on the official Chaos and Pain webstore and Amazon, and UK customers can purchase a tub on www.powermyself.com.
American buyers will likely pay $39.99 for a 30-day supply, which is the price we found listed on the official Chaos and Pain website and on Amazon. On Power Myself, British customers can find it for slightly cheaper at £21.99.
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