How to Test for Enzymes in your Green Juice


Our state-of-the-art, proprietary processes were designed, in part, to protect the natural enzymes of the plant.  Enzymes are proteins, a component of all living things that aid in the processes of turning food into energy which then can be stored until needed, and it is enzymes that do the releasing.  Enzymes also aid growth and work toward the destruction of harmful substances.  They play a role in whole-body health and are one of the reasons that raw, vegetable nutrition is better for your than processed foods.

BarleyLife towers above the competition because of its dedication to preserving enzymes. Our competitors sell a barley grass leaf powder, a stark contrast to our juice powder concentrate. For starters, leaf powders, well, they aren’t concentrated. That means you get a one-to-one ratio of leaf to juice. The nutrition in BarleyLife is concentrated, packing more raw nutrition into every gram. Secondly, leaf powders are more prone to oxidation and less likely to have active enzymes.

In fact, you can run a simple at-home test to prove to yourself and to others that BarleyLife is the leader in wholefood juice nutrition.  It’s called the Protein Coagulation Test. All you need to do this test is some steaming hot water and a tablespoon of BarleyLife. Put the hot water in a clear jar, glass or basin and then add one spoonful of BarleyLife.

Proteins are made up of strands of enzymes and amino acids.  If the product has been processed correctly at low temperature, the powder will cook or coagulate like an egg when placed in hot water.  This is an indicator that the enzymes are still intact and have not been destroyed by heat.

This is an image of BarleyLife in hot water.  Notice how the powder naturally binds together. 


Here’s BarleyLife from another angle. It reacted to the water by coagulating or “clumping up like an egg yolk.”


Here’s two of the competing brands given the same test. 

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Notice how these competing brands dissipate quickly under this duress.



Drink BarleyLife 


If you want the best green barley grass juice on the market, then you should always choose BarleyLife. You can start by clicking on the side panels of this ad.

If you’d like to learn more about how enzymes are denatured and the science behind this test, watch this video.

Published by The AIM Companies

The AIM Companies pioneered the use of plants—barley, carrots, and beets—as vehicles to deliver the body concentrated nutrition conveniently. Founded in 1982 in Nampa, Idaho, The AIM Companies has operations in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, providing AIM products to more than 30 countries around the world.

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