Looking to boost your energy? Bolster immunity? Support your digestion and gut health as well as your skin, bones and teeth?
HUX Complete Daily Greens (Superfood Blend) is your nutrition insurance policy.
One serving of our Complete Daily Greens (Superfood Blend) is your daily dose of organic greens, superfoods, vitamins, prebiotics, probiotics and plant-based protein in one tasty hit - It’s safe to say your bases are covered.
So what sets HUX apart from other superfood powders?
Yes, we’ve got beautiful packaging, but our products really do pack a punch.
“As a first time user of Hux Superfood I was slightly sceptical but 2 weeks in and I’m a convert. I bought it to help improve my gut health and within a week I’m seeing the benefits” - David L. Verified Buyer
Potency is our promise to you - you will get bang for your buck.
Everything in this blend has been selected with purpose. One serving contains over 100% of your recommended daily intake of Vitamin A, C & D as well as Vitamin B12, and the 13g of plant protein in there is an amount your body will actually absorb to give you your edge for the day.
“Really F’in Good, that’s how Good!!” - Steven B. Verified Buyer
This is not a meal-replacement, although it does contain 81 calories per serve so it can fill a hole if breakfast isn’t your thing…HUX Co-Founder and CEO Damien Byrne has Superfoods plus a banana to keep him on his a-game until lunchtime rolls around.
What about the superfoods?
We handpicked the best ingredients and combined them in a way to maximise efficacy and absorption. We’re not going to list every single ingredient, we’re aware the average attention span wouldn’t hold you here long enough for that, but we’ve packed in some incredible ingredients such as Ashwagandha to support the body’s stress response, acai berry for antioxidants, and spirulina to boost white blood cell count. Check out the full list of our superfoods below.
How to take HUX Superfood blend:
To take HUX Complete Daily Greens (Superfood Blend), simply mix three tablespoons of the superfood powder with 300ml of water, stir it up and enjoy. We recommend this to be taken first thing in the morning on an empty stomach to maximise bioavailability. It’s also important to avoid caffeine for an hour, as caffeine can reduce absorption. Easier said than done, but trust us, the benefits are worth it.
Our blend is 100% vegan as well as non-GMO and gluten-free.
Say hello to comprehensive nutrition!
“Tried so many supplements and Hux is my favourite by miles. I've never felt healthier and I feel like I have so much energy. I look forward to my Hux vanilla every day. I definitely recommend this.” - Simon D. Verified Buyer
So what's in it?
Here's a breakdown of all the ingredients and their benefits:
Acai berry extract - A super berry native to the Amazon rainforest that boasts a superior nutrient and antioxidant profile, especially rich in anthocyanin, a phytochemical that gives the açai berry its deep purple colour.
Ashwagandha KSM-66 - A prized herb used to support stress response, cognition and sleep. We use KSM-66, a full-spectrum ashwagandha, extracted from 100% ashwagandha roots - never the leaves. The roots are considered the best source of the health-boosting compounds.
Bacillus Coagulans - A type of good bacteria, called a probiotic. Where it differs from other probiotics is that it may withstand extreme environments, such as high levels of acid in the stomach.
Organic Pea Protein & Organic Brown Rice Protein - Pea protein is a high-quality protein containing all nine essential amino acids and is a great source of iron. It can aid muscle growth, weight loss & heart health. Organic brown rice protein is a supplement made from brown rice. Along with the pea protein, these two high-quality protein sources combine to create a complete protein featuring all essential amino acids.
Broccoli - Nutrient rich & full of fibre. Great source of Calcium, Vitamin K, Vitamin C, Chromium and Folate. Can help lower the risk of heart disease plus it contains a compound called Sulforaphane which helps fight against cancers.
Bromelain - An enzyme commonly found in pineapple. The latest research suggests it may have a positive impact on the digestive, immune and cardiovascular systems.
Beta Carotene - A form of Vitamin A that may benefit the skin, eyes and the immune system. Our superfood powder contains 100% of the RDA of Vitamin A as beta carotene.
Chlorella - Contains a wide range of antioxidants such as omega-3s, Vitamin C, and carotenoids like beta-carotene and lutein. These nutrients fight cell damage in our bodies and help reduce your risk of diabetes, cognitive disease, heart problems, and cancer.
Cranberry extract - Packed with antioxidants, including proanthocyanidins only found in very few fruits. Thanks to this stellar array of antioxidants present, studies link cranberries with many health benefits including in relation to the cardiovascular system, immunity and metabolic syndrome.
Goji Berry - Naturally high in several essential dietary components, including fibre, iron and Vitamins C & A amongst others. Goji berries are rich sources of antioxidants which may help to reduce damage to cells by free radicals.
Guava - Guava is amongst the best sources of Vitamin C and is also an especially rich source of potassium, fibre and several antioxidants. Emerging research links guava with improvements in blood sugar control and favourable cardiovascular health outcomes.
Green Tea extract - Great source of antioxidants, including specific polyphenols known as catechins. Research indicates catechins may confer several health benefits, including a preventative impact on many diseases and a supporting role in cognition.
Grape Seed extract - Rich in antioxidants, including phenolic acids, anthocyanins and flavonoids. Grape seed extract may reduce blood pressure according to some studies.
Kale - Kale is among the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. It is a rich source of Vitamins A, K, C, and B6, plus manganese, calcium, copper, potassium and magnesium. Kale also contains relatively large amounts of the flavonoids quercetin and kaempferol that have powerful heart-protective, blood pressure-lowering, anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-depressant and anti-cancer effects.
Actazin (Kiwi Fruit) - A source of several nutrients including vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin E, folate, potassium and fibre. Kiwi contains a proteolytic enzyme called actinidin that may assist in the digestion of proteins.
L-ascorbic acid - An active form of vitamin C that is especially abundant in the skin. It’s a powerful antioxidant that may play a role in supporting skin health and repair. Our superfood blend contains a whopping 625% of the RDA of vitamin C in a single serving.
Lucuma - High in fibre and rich in polyphenols and carotenoids, two groups of antioxidants that may confer an anti-inflammatory benefit
Lycopene - A powerful antioxidant found in a few select fruits and vegetables. It’s a well-researched compound that may benefit the health of the skin and heart and may also exert a positive impact in the prevention of certain diseases. Some studies link lycopene to a reduction in UV damage.
Magnesium - An essential mineral utilised by over 300 enzymes. As such magnesium is either directly or indirectly involved in the maintenance and health of the majority of the human body, including nerves, muscles, bones, hormones and many more. Thanks to our fast-paced lives, our requirement for magnesium may increase the more we experience stress. Similarly, magnesium deficiency is associated with lower stress resilience and poor mental health.
Montmorency cherry - A variety of sour cherry with a notable nutrition profile. Compounds found in montmorency cherry may enhance the quality of sleep and improve recovery from exercise according to the latest studies.
Papaya - A source of essential nutrients and powerful antioxidants. Specific plant compounds found within papaya may prove useful in the fight against metabolic syndrome thanks to their positive impact on blood sugar control.
Papain - A natural proteolytic enzyme extracted from the raw fruit of the papaya plant. Proteolytic enzymes help to break down proteins, assisting digestion, but their health benefits range beyond digestive function. Studies link papain and other proteolytic enzymes with reductions in inflammation and joint pain.
Spinach - A good source of protein, fibre, antioxidants, and minerals.
Spirulina - Rich in a range of vitamins and minerals essential for maintaining a healthy immune system, like vitamins E, C, and B6. Research finds that spirulina also boosts the production of white blood cells and antibodies that fight viruses and bacteria in your body
Vitamin A - Important for normal vision, the immune system, reproduction, and growth and development. Vitamin A also helps your heart, lungs, and other organs work properly.
Vitamin B12 - An essential nutrient needed for cellular energy production and DNA synthesis. Insufficient intake is linked with fatigue, inflammation and poor cognition.
Vitamin C - An essential nutrient involved in the repair of tissue, the formation of collagen, and the enzymatic production of certain neurotransmitters.
Vitamin D3 - 500% RDA per serving - Vitamin D is an essential nutrient synthesised when specific waves of sunlight reach the skin. It is one of the main nutrients needed to maintain healthy bones, teeth and joints. Elsewhere in the body, it may support the immune system, mood, mental health and energy. Vitamin D deficiency is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies globally.
Calcium - An essential nutrient abundant in bones, joints and teeth. It is also needed for the correct functioning of nerves and muscles, including the muscles of the heart. Low levels of calcium may be a major contributor to the development of low bone density or osteoporosis.
Iron - A major component of red blood cells, helping to transport oxygen around the body and contributing to energy production. Iron is also needed in the production of neurotransmitters, meaning low iron levels may result in low mood and poor cognition.
Iodine - Plays an important role in supporting the correct functioning of the thyroid gland. It’s a key nutrient in the production of the thyroid hormones thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3).