Tony Robbins Green Drink Review

Tony Robbins Green Drink Review

Tony Robbin’s Pure Energy Greens with MSM (PEG) is a product developed by the motivational goliath Tony Robbins as part of his Inner Balance nutritional supplement line. This Tony Robbins Green Drink review looks at the facts and breaks down the overall value.


PRODUCT PROFILE

Product Name: Pure Energy Greens With MSM

Company Name: Inner Balance

Website: www.TonyRobbins.com

Owner(s): Anthony Robbins

Product Description: Superfood drink mix

Price: $69.99

Rating: 5.1 out of 10


SUPERFOODS – Tony Robbins Green Drink Review

Tony Robbins is a brilliant motivational teacher and a brilliant marketer. I’ve read his books and admire him for what he is.

Pure Energy Greens with MSM is a decent, mid-range superfood drink powder. It contains a total of seven superfoods: barley grass, wheat grass, alfalfa, broccoli, spinach, kelp and MSM (methyl-sufonyl-methane). These are all good superfoods and I appreciate that they are all organic. However, the potencies are lacking. An entire serving is just 2 grams.

You would need to take many servings per day to really enjoy a significant health impact and for the money, there are many better options in the marketplace. For example, All Day Energy Greens contains almost 9 grams of superfoods per serving and the Total Living Drink Greens contains almost 14 grams of superfoods per serving.

SUPERFOODS SCORE: 4.3 out of 10


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NUTRITIONAL PANEL

There’s really nothing to add here that I didn’t say in the Superfoods Panel. There’s only seven ingredients, it’s a proprietary blend so we don’t know how much of each ingredient is in the product, and it is very low potent. Only 2 grams per serving is a very small amount of superfoods.

I do like that there is MSM in the product. Methylsufonylmethane is a sulfur found in plants and is also naturally created by the body. It is excellent for joint health and connective tissue, supports cellular growth and even promotes natural energy.

PEG is not going to harm anyone but with so little ingredients, even with the MSM, it’s certainly nowhere near the nutritional powerhouse of products like Kylea’s Total Living Drink or Living Fuel Super Greens

NUTRITIONAL PANEL SCORE: 5.5 out of 10


TASTE

PEG tastes like grass and has a little bitterness to it probably from the MSM. I’ve been taking grassy, swampy, superfood drinks for so many years, I’ve grown to love the earthy flavor and the grainy texture. I have no problem with the taste of Tony Robbins’ green drink. Many people will, so like I’ve said many times before, try mixing it with fruit juices and fresh fruits and make a health smoothie. 

TASTE SCORE: 6.5 out of 10


VALUE

The value of PEG is a little lacking in my opinion. It is a little over-priced for what’s in it.  It is a marketing-driven product and I simply think there are better value options out there.

Each serving of PEG is 2 grams and it’s $69.99 for 140 servings, or $.50 per serving. Compare that to some of the other superfood drinks that I’ve reviewed on this site and you would need to take 20 servings of PEG to equal one serving of some of the top-reviewed products such as the Total Living Drink Greens. Do the math. It just doesn’t make sense.

VALUE SCORE: 4.1 out of 10


PROS & CONS

Pros:

  • Decent ingredients that are organic
  • MSM is a powerhouse nutrient with awesome benefits

Cons:

  • Very low potencies of superfoods
  • Does not contain a lot of ingredients (7 total)
  • It is very expensive for what you are actually getting

SUMMARY

I’m a big fan of Tony Robbins. I’ve read his books and I’ve applied a lot of principals to my life and career. However, Pure Energy Greens with MSM is not a superfood drink product that I would recommend. It is low-potent, overly simple and for the money, there are just a lot of better products in the marketplace.

I tend to avoid health-related products from professional marketing people. Like Kevin Trudeau or Don Lapre and yes, Tony Robbins. They are marketers and want to cash in on the behemoth health and wellness industry. They create products to meet a market demand and they make piles of money. But they are not as genuine as the companies and people that are truly passionate about alternative health and create products that mirror their healthy convictions.

I believe you can find better alternatives then Pure Energy Greens with MSM.

SFD OVERALL RATING: 5.1 out of 10

 

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5 Responses to Tony Robbins Green Drink Review

  1. Jenna October 22, 2013 at 2:47 am #

    The thing you need to understand is, and I’m sure you know all about it if you have read his books, is that his thinking is all towards ALKALINE.
    Some of these other products you refer to have many acid properties. If someone wants to have an alkaline-only diet then this is the perfect product, you failed to mention that and made it sound like it’s no good at all. He’s targeting those who want to improve their health and have more energy and don’t want to have the acids in their diet.

  2. Nguyen December 12, 2013 at 1:34 pm #

    I’m a big fan of Tony Robbins too. Thanks for sharing this information.

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  4. George Walker October 25, 2014 at 4:32 pm #

    Tony Robbins is a scam artist. He has succeeded in ripping people off for 20 years. He has no success in career, marriage or personal life or business. Now he is endorsing snakeoil. He is the Mike Murphy of the motivational speaker crowd.

    • admin November 9, 2014 at 4:47 am #

      Hi George,

      We appreciate your honest comment. Let’s be clear… Tony Robbins’ Pure Energy Greens with MSM, is not our favorite Green Drink by a long shot. But your comments extend beyond the scope of our review. Tony Robbins, in our humble opinion, has contributed a lot in the world of self-help and motivation and we don’t want to be guilty of “throwing the baby out with the bath-water” by attacking the man’s character. And, to address your comment that he has no success in business, Tony Robbins is worth $500 million. He must be doing something right. As I said in my review, Tony should stick to his day job because his day job is doing quite well.

      Thanks again for your honest comment.

      SFD Team

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