Athletic Greens AG1 Long Term Review – Is it all HYPE? NOT SPONSORED!

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37 thoughts on “Athletic Greens AG1 Long Term Review – Is it all HYPE? NOT SPONSORED!

  • at 3:24 pm

    Been thinking of trying this stuff………lets see?

  • at 3:42 pm

    Great Video Dave! You should try BPN Strong Greens and compare it to Athletic Greens

  • at 3:45 pm

    I think this kind of stuff needs to be reviewed by a nutricionist, although there's no way the price is justified if you look at the list of ingredients. A healthy diet plus a multivitamin supplement should do the trick for a lot less money. Good video though!

  • at 4:00 pm

    good, honest, insightful review. props to you for branching out. enjoyed this, thanks!

  • at 4:01 pm

    Sounds sketch to me. I've never tried it but you can use my coupon code to buy and join my exclusive team of AG1 distributors to be part of the fastest growing multi-level marketing team this side of the Mississippi. 😂 I wonder if you cycled on and off of it a few times over a year or two if you could detect a difference. 🤔 Great video. Good to see some non sponsored AG1 reviews. 👏🏻

  • at 4:01 pm

    Good vid! I did AG for 6 months. I opted to switch to Strong Greens and Strong Reds from BPN. It saved some money, tastes better and honestly… from a gut health standpoint, I feel better than I did with AG. Give ‘em a shot. Maybe a comparison vid of the two after some time with the BPN powders? 🤷🏻‍♂️

  • at 4:02 pm

    I love this stuff. Taste was the exact same to me. I think my body likes it which in turn made me adapt to the taste and enjoy it now. It also keeps the 💩 on the reg ,and like you said less bloated. I have used BPN and it wasn’t the same. Not sure why. Maybe placebo

  • at 4:06 pm

    Saw the video and immediately clicked. I enjoy your other content as well and have been wondering about AG as a good way to get greens while on long backpacking trips. Appreciate the video and thoughts, especially since it is not sponsored!

  • at 5:02 pm

    Thanks for the vid – good insights! It’s even more expensive in the UK! I like the idea of something like AG1 but the expense is making me pause.

  • at 5:06 pm

    Great honest review! I appreciate the No -sponsored honest thoughts! I’ve taken a super food grass type drink before too. I’m not sold on the results yet. AG1 is expensive!

  • at 5:21 pm

    thanks for the honest review. would love to try AG1, but it is too expensive. so far, I've been using super greens from OTE and I love it. Take care.

  • at 5:31 pm

    Awesome. You do such a good job handling the subjective nature of it all and factors therein. Super interesting!

  • at 5:34 pm

    Excellent video, thanks for sharing your experience with this product.

  • at 5:34 pm

    Although it was inconclusive, I am glad you were able to work the word "swig" into this video. 🙂Thanks, I might give something like this a try. But ouch that is expensive.

  • at 6:24 pm

    Thanks for the review! I also tried AG1 and the strong reds/greens from BPN. I liked the taste of reds and greens together better than AG1. Biggest thing I noticed with BPN supps was gut related benefits. Would love to get your perspective on it as well. Love the content!

  • at 6:26 pm

    I started using AG1 in January and have been doing well on it ever since. One thing that I can attribute to it for sure is skin health. I had fingers that were always dry, cracked, and often bled. Nothing has ever worked at clearing that up, but after a month or so of AG1, that is gone. That could just be the Biotin, but at this point, I'm not interested in rocking the boat! Got my fingers back!! I am a runner and a cyclist. My overall fitness has not improved while on AG1, although I did run 2 half marathons this year, something I haven't done in over 2 years.

  • at 8:40 pm

    All this stuff is marketing junk. There are barely any regulations on any vitamin products. They can claim whatever they want as far quality purity and what it's benefits are. Best investment hands down for your nutritional health…….. Buy a vitamix and make your own smoothies. It's cheaper way healthier for you, and you know exactly what you are putting into your body. The biggest part I guarantee you will feel and see results. Fitness influencers are making a killing off of there war – shipping fans. The funny part is if you put a little bit of a stimulant of any kind like, caffeine in any product and make bold claims, Then People will go wow I feel good something's happening hahaha. Good review keep up the great work. 🤪🤷

  • at 8:47 pm

    Shout out to BPN !

  • at 9:59 pm

    Great video as usual. Thank you. Question, which is your favorite Garmin right now, the Fenix 7x or the Epix Gen2 Saphire Titanium?

  • at 10:01 pm

    Wow! Cheap mixer bottle.

  • at 10:18 pm

    Seems like a great product, but hard to justify the cost… Great review!

  • at 12:56 am

    Great review, thank you.

    Well, I wanted to try this stuff, it is as you say probably the marketing is really good, and see what its about and if it makes a difference, but unfortunately they don't ship to or look to make it available in New Zealand, their focus is on other areas, which honestly is fine, the shipping and product, I can see why they don't.

  • at 12:59 am

    Just to let you know that I found this video super helpful!!!! Thank you so much for sharing your experience. Can’t wait for the next video 😊

  • at 1:04 am

    I like your honest review. I think the ingredients listed can be found in foods and for way less of the asking price. But if it works for you then that's all that counts.

  • at 3:01 am

    Dave, gulping this green stuff and even enjoying its taste makes you a real hero 😉

    Please pardon me joking, but it is hard to simulate a healthy food diet by taking possibly healthy supplements.
    BTW: Only chain smoking is more expensive than this Green Wonder powder…

  • at 4:27 am

    Expensive and overrated. Great video thou. 🙂

  • at 5:25 am

    It does contain green tea extract so will contain caffeine, which you might be feeling as being "energised". I'm a skeptical food scientist, would not buy. Proprietary blends are a red flag in the supplement industry – code for we might be using cheap shit but want you to think it is special.

  • at 12:19 pm

    Ahah I loved your review and honestly I would have had the same conclusion. Been taking it for about 2 months as well and the taste definitely grew on me, I wouldn’t imagine a day without it now. I’m a big believer in supplementation and I use to take the Dr. Rhonda Patrick’s list of supplements every morning but it’s like 10 pills to swallow and I felt like a sick person needing its medication. Now I feel almost the same effects but with a subjectively healthier routine. Price wise, I don’t think it’s more expensive that taking all that stuff separately (especially all the “nootropics”).
    Also, I’m not a doctor but I wouldn’t recommend taking cheap supplements as it’s most probably made from less qualitative/bio available stuff and can even contain harmful substances (pesticides, heavy metals,…).

  • at 2:07 pm

    I'm 10 days into trying Performance Greens from Gnarly Nutrition. Have been trying their nutrition products for running and now the greens. About $42 for a month's supply. So far so good but too early to say how it affects health and performance. Flavor is very good (I got the blueberry açaí flavor)

  • at 5:19 pm

    Beach sand, yum! I've been waiting for this video to come out to learn about all the hype.

  • at 1:21 pm

    Can you also try Bare Performance Nutrients

  • at 2:20 pm

    Watch Future Proof review. It’s really interesting.

  • at 5:03 pm

    It’s just to expensive £80 a month here in the uk not worth it be honest

  • at 5:17 am

    I did NOT get a jar or a scoop!!

  • at 10:09 pm

    Thanks Dave, well done. I have gone on, off and on with AG1. When I tried other supplements the nutrient count was much lower, so it seemed like I was getting less for less. I like that AG1 is organic and 3rd party tested, and like you it feels like a good morning ritual. And I have been sick once in a year. But dang the price!

  • at 1:18 am

    the only way you can tell if it does anything is to stop taking it I would think

  • at 12:24 pm

    Yes you can argue health is priceless but 100$ a month is 1/4 of my rent. So i guess Athletic Greens is for people who dont care about money. Lets be honest for 1 moment, 100$ is to expensive and lowkey shows that the company foces a good margin what shows they let you pay overprice.

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