Green Drink Reviews: Boku Super Food
Boku has an excellent mixture of land vegetables (including maca root, nettles, and nopal cactus), algaes, sea vegetables and probiotics, with a focus on maca and kelp. Boku is not bad tasting, probably because of the maca, flax meal and a bit of carob root thrown in for good taste (literally). Boku also contains a simple fruit blend that may or may not be worthwhile in a green drink, depending on whether or not you also take an antioxidant juice drink. Boku is a lot more expensive than other formulations at nearly $6 per ounce.
Boku Super Food is not just a green food, it is a super food complex with benefits from essential fatty acids from flax seed meal, hormonal balance properties from Maca root, and phytonutrients from an array of fruits (which are also a great source of anti-oxidants) plus probiotics and enzymes. Every ingredient in Boku Super Food is 100% functional. It contains no fillers. Everything is in there for a reason. It is a true super food.
Where to Purchase
Online at manufacturer’s site.
Earthy. Slightly Fishy. Slightly Spicy.
Ingredients & Nutritional Facts
Well rounded formulation with plenty of kelp and maca, two ingredients that are high in nutrients and low in cost. Boku also has a basic fruit blend and a fairly neutral taste.
Boku is a good formula, but way overpriced at nearly $6 per ounce. You can get the price down by buying three at a time.
One or two servings per day.
Certifications & Manufacturing
100% Gluten Free
10 oz = $59.95 ($5.99 per ounce)
30 oz (three bottles) = $89.95 ($3.00 per ounce)
Price per oz = $5.99