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The best greens powders are chock-full of so-called superfoods, providing various vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and even prebiotics, probiotics, and enzymes. Such greens supplements are purported to improve digestive health, boost energy levels, and support overall health and wellness thanks to their micronutrient content. 

But with so many greens products on the market, how’s a person to choose? By coming to GGR, of course! We’re proud to assist buyers in their shopping decisions by bringing them in-depth analyses of supplements, just like with this Revive Daily Greens review. Ahead, learn about the potential health benefits of this daily greens formula and find out if it’s the right one for your supplement stack

Medical disclaimer: This article is intended for educational and informational purposes only. It is not intended as a substitute for medical advice. For health advice, contact a licensed healthcare provider. GGR also recommends choosing a product that has been third-party tested for quality.

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Revive Daily Greens

Revive Daily Greens

GGR Score: 3.25 starstarstarstarstar

Product Highlights

  • Powdered greens supplement 
  • Contains greens, probiotics, prebiotics, and digestive enzymes 
  • Revive claims that this product supports overall health and gut health, improves energy levels, and protects the body from cellular stress

Pros & Cons


  • Third-party tested
  • No fillers
  • Subscribe and save 15%
  • Gluten- and dairy-free
  • Made in the United States in a CMP-certified facility


  • Limited reviews
  • 17-g serving size is larger than competitors (generally 8–10 grams)
  • Only available in 3 flavors; no unflavored option

Bottom Line

Revive Daily Greens is a powdered supplement that contains greens, digestive enzymes, probiotics, and prebiotics. Revive claims that this supplement can help with overall health, protect against cellular stress, and support energy levels and digestive health. There are limited reviews, but the few reviews that exist are very positive.

A Quick Look at Revive Daily Greens Powder

Revive MD is a supplements company that makes a range of dietary supplements, from pre-workout to glutamine powders to omega-3 capsules. (Inserting a shameless plug for our guides to the best fish oil and the best pre-workout…)  

Revive Daily Greens Superfood Powder is a greens supplement intended to support well-being by providing a concentrated dose of essential nutrients that many people do not consume enough of. 

The company claims that this greens formula, when taken daily, “serves as a high ORAC (oxygen radical absorbance capacity) blend.” What that means is, according to Revive MD, the powder has a high antioxidant content, which is important for combatting cellular stress.

Scoop Of Revive Daily Greens 2

Revive MD also says that this supplement improves gut health, supports the immune system, and can help with blood pressure and weight loss—if you’re a longtime GGR reader, you already know that that last claim makes us raise our eyebrows immediately. 

So let’s investigate and find out if Revive Daily Greens lives up to these claims. 

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Before You Buy

  • This product contains both wheat grass and barley grass, so it may not be suitable for people with gluten allergies or celiac disease. 
  • Revive Daily Greens will help you increase your daily probiotic and fiber intake, but be aware that this blend doesn’t contain digestive enzymes like a lot of other greens. 

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Is Revive Daily Greens Powder Worth It?

After carefully analyzing the supplements facts and ingredients list—and testing this powder for taste and texture—here’s who we think should try Revive Daily Greens.

Great for:

  • Those who want to increase probiotic intake
  • People who need to consume more fiber
  • Individuals who want a very sweet-tasting greens powder

Not recommended for:

  • People with an allergy or intolerance to gluten
  • Individuals who are already taking a probiotic with more than 20 billion CFUs 
  • Anyone who is sensitive to stevia or erythritol

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Scooping Revive Daily Greens Into Cup 5

Revive Daily Greens Specs

*The information in this chart represents the information on the label of the product I received. 

Price per serving$1.33
Flavors Espresso, Fresh Berry, Chocolate
Serving size1 scoop (17 g)
SweetenersSteviol glycoside (stevia) and erythritol 
Third-party testingNo, but purportedly coming soon
Key ingredientsInulin (fiber); Revive Greens Blend (ground flaxseed powder, chia seed, organic wheat grass powder, organic spirulina, organic alfalfa grass, organic barley grass, fermented turmeric powder, organic astragalus, tomato powder, organic broccoli powder, organic broccoli sprout, spinach powder); Revive Fruit Blend (carrot powder, fermented kale powder, organic chlorella, kelp powder, organic apple powder, organic strawberry powder, kiwi powder, raspberry fruit powder, cherry powder, blackberry powder, pineapple powder); Revive Probiotic Blend (lactobacillus acidophilus, lactobacillus plantarum, lactobacillus gasseri, lactobacillus paracasei, lactobacillus fermentum, lactobacillus casei, lactobacillus rhamnosus, lactobacillus salivarius, lactobacillus streptococcus thermophilus, bifidobacterium breve, bifidobacterium infantis, bifidobacterium longum, bifidobacterium lactis, bifidobacterium bifidum)
Other ingredientsNatural flavors, maltodextrin, citric acid, cellulose gum, silicon dioxide, stevia, erythritol

Experience Using Revive Daily Greens

Revive Daily Greens powder is easy to use: Just scoop one serving (a 17-gram scoop) into a glass of cold water or beverage of your choice. I think the Fresh Berry flavor tastes best with a juice like orange or mango. Stir it (or shake it if you’re using a shaker bottle) until there are no clumps, and enjoy. 

I personally tested Revive Daily Greens for this review, and I took one scoop daily for a week. I had to stop taking this supplement because it really got things going… If you’re picking up what I’m putting down. Gastrointestinal problems are a common side effect of greens powders, and although I don’t normally have issues with them, Revive Daily Greens didn’t work for me.

Aerial View Of Revive Daily Greens In Tub And Cup

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Price Per Serving

For a one-time purchase made on the Revive MD website, one 30-serving tub of Revive Daily Greens costs $39.99. This makes your cost per serving $1.33. You can lower that cost by signing up for a subscription or by purchasing through Amazon, where the price is sometimes lower. At $1.33 per serving, Revive Daily Greens is a little better than average in terms of price, earning itself 3.75 out of 5 points in this category.

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At first glance, I was impressed with the supplements facts label on Revive Daily Greens. I loved—and still love—that each whole-food-sourced ingredient is individually listed and there are no proprietary blends. You can clearly see how many milligrams of each ingredient is present. You can also see how many total CFUs of probiotics are present (although not how many CFUs of individual probiotics). 

However, upon further review, I realized that there is little information regarding actual nutrient content. While the label provides information on how many calories and grams of fat, carbs, sugar, sugar alcohols, fiber, and protein are in the product, there are no line items telling us how much sodium, potassium, magnesium, vitamin B, vitamin C, or anything else is in a serving. 

This can set people up for vitamin toxicity1 if they are taking other supplements high in micronutrients, especially fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E, and K). It also makes it impossible for people taking prescription medications to know if the powder will interact with their medication. Vitamin K’s interaction with blood thinners is a common example—there’s no way to tell if this product is safe for people taking warfarin. 

You could probably do some reverse-engineering by searching the nutritional information for the various fruit and vegetable powders, but who wants to spend their time doing that? Companies should just be transparent about this. (They don’t have to because of the lax regulations under the FDA’s Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 19942. You can learn more about what information supplement companies must provide at this fact sheet3 from the U.S. Office of Dietary Supplements.)

Revive Daily Greens Mixed With Water(1)

Another big callout: This product, according to the label on the tub I received, is sweetened with both erythritol (5 grams per serving) and steviol glycosides (no mention of amount). But there is no mention of either ingredient on the website. I looked everywhere and found nothing. This is quite alarming and feels malicious. 

Finally, it irks me that the “other ingredients” section isn’t listed on the supplements facts label online. The powder includes a handful of ingredients for taste and texture that potential buyers should know about: natural flavors, maltodextrin, citric acid, cellulose gum, and silicon dioxide. 

If someone prefers not to consume any of these ingredients or can’t for medical reasons, they wouldn’t know that the greens powder contains them until they receive the package. 

Additionally, the marketing is misleading. On the website, there are badges claiming that the product uses only natural ingredients and does not contain any fillers. 

But maltodextrin, for example, is far from natural—it’s a highly processed carb that’s cooked down and then treated with acids or enzymes to increase digestibility. It’s found in many running gels, and it’s not necessarily something you must avoid, but people should know it’s in a product in case they don’t want to consume it.

Plus, cellulose gum and silicone dioxide are commonly considered fillers. The website blatantly claims “no fillers” and conveniently leaves off any information about these two ingredients. Again, I’m not saying people need to avoid these ingredients, but you wouldn’t know they’re in there until you receive the item. And that’s shady. 

For all of the stated reasons, Revive Daily Greens earned just 2.5 out of 5 possible points for formulation. I just can’t give it a higher score when the information feels untrustworthy and there isn’t any indication of micronutrient content. 

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Taste and Solubility 

I thought that Revive Daily Greens tasted just OK. It’s not the best greens supplement I’ve tried (Goli Supergreens Gummies and Patriot Powder Greens win for taste, in my opinion), but it’s not the worst, either. I think it’s slightly too sweet, and that seems to be a common sentiment among buyers who chose the Fresh Berry flavor. 

According to customer reviews, the chocolate flavor tastes more like grass than chocolate, even in smoothies, with several buyers saying they wish the flavor was “just greens” instead of an attempt to mask it.

Revive Daily Greens Nutrition Facts

The powder blends quite well, with no chunks or floating particles after shaking it in a shaker bottle. It does settle and leave residue at the bottom of the bottle if you don’t drink it quickly, though. With just a spoon in a glass, it doesn’t mix as well, but I feel like that is pretty universal.

Side Effects

I experienced gastrointestinal side effects that were quite…intense, for lack of a better word. This is unusual for me, as I tend to have a pretty tolerant digestive system. Few products bother me. 

After reading customer reviews, it seems I’m alone in this: I checked the reviews on Amazon and on the Revive MD website, and I didn’t see a single one mentioning side effects. That said, there are only 141 reviews on Amazon at the time of writing, and I take reviews on manufacturer websites with a grain of salt since they can be curated. 

For these reasons, I gave Revive Daily Greens 3 out of 5 points for side effects. 

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Third-Party Testing 

As of this writing, Revive Daily Greens is not third-party tested. Normally, between that and the fact that it’s impossible to know how much of each micronutrient you’re consuming when you take this, I’d give this product just 1 out of 5 stars for this category. 

However, Revive Daily Greens earned 2.5 out of 5 stars for third-party testing for two reasons: There are no proprietary blends, and the company makes it clear that third-party testing is a priority and is coming soon. 

As shown in the below screenshot from the Revive MD website, the manufacturer is currently working on getting its greens powder independently verified. We’ll keep our eye on this and, when there is proof of independent laboratory testing, we’ll update our rating to reflect that.

A positive review of the revive daily greens

Revive Daily Greens vs Organifi Green Juice

Organifi Green Juice

Organifi Green Juice

GGR Score: 3.9 starstarstarstarstar

Product Highlights

  • Powdered greens supplement 
  • Contains 11 superfoods 
  • Organifi shares it is great for weight management, detoxing body of toxins, and promoting balanced stress levels

Pros & Cons


  • Vegan
  • Dairy- and soy-free
  • Subscribe and save 10% + free shipping
  • Money-back guarantee
  • Glyphosate residue-free


  • Contains allergen tree nuts (coconut)
  • Only available in 2 flavors; no unflavored option
  • Relatively expensive at over $2 per serving
  • Mixed reviews on taste; customers want unflavored/unsweetened version

Bottom Line

Organifi Green Juice is a powdered supplement with 11 different superfoods. They share that this supplement can help detox the body from toxins, promote balanced stress levels, and help with weight management. The reviews for this product are mostly positive. However, even some positive reviews disliked the taste, especially the mint.

Organifi Green Juice is another popular greens supplement. I tried it and, overall, liked it more than Revive Daily Greens. It tastes better to me since it’s not overly sweet. The Crisp Apple flavor is actually a bit tart and it’s a nice change from the usual berry-flavored powders. 

Like Revive MD, Organifi makes some questionable claims that aren’t backed up by the nutritional profile of the product or by scientific evidence—namely that the product will “detoxify” and rid your body of “harmful toxins” and make weight loss easier. And once again, there are huge discrepancies between the online information and the label on the product I received. 

That said, I do appreciate that Organifi provides pertinent information about the product online, including what type of sweeteners are used, allergen disclosure (coconut), and other ingredients like tapioca starch.

Revive Daily Greens Ingredients List

In some ways, the label is not as transparent. For example, the ingredients are present as proprietary blends, so we can’t tell how much of each ingredient is in the powder. The table below summarizes the differences between the two greens powders.

At the end of the day, I wouldn’t call either of these products the best greens powders. Something like Athletic Greens, although more expensive, is the more transparent and safer option.

*The information in this chart represents the information on the label of the products I received. 

Revive MD Daily Greens PowderOrganifi Green Juice
Price per serving$1.33$2.33
Flavors Espresso, Fresh Berry, ChocolateCrisp Apple, Original Mint
Serving size1 scoop (17 g)1 scoop (9.3 g)
SweetenersSteviol glycoside (stevia) and erythritolMonk fruit extract
Third-party testingNo, but purportedly coming soonNo
Key ingredientsInulin (fiber); Revive Greens Blend (ground flaxseed powder, chia seed, organic wheat grass powder, organic spirulina, organic alfalfa grass, organic barley grass, fermented turmeric powder, organic astragalus, tomato powder, organic broccoli powder, organic broccoli sprout, spinach powder); Revive Fruit Blend (carrot powder, fermented kale powder, organic chlorella, kelp powder, organic apple powder, organic strawberry powder, kiwi powder, raspberry fruit powder, cherry powder, blackberry powder, pineapple powder); Revive Probiotic Blend (lactobacillus acidophilus, lactobacillus plantarum, lactobacillus gasseri, lactobacillus paracasei, lactobacillus fermentum, lactobacillus casei, lactobacillus rhamnosus, lactobacillus salivarius, lactobacillus streptococcus thermophilus, bifidobacterium breve, bifidobacterium infantis, bifidobacterium longum, bifidobacterium lactis, bifidobacterium bifidum)Organic ashwagandha root extract, organic wheat grass juice powder, organic moringa leaf powder, organic whole apple fruit powder, organic coconut water fruit powder, Alkalizing Greens Blend (organic wheat grass powder, organic spirulina powder, organic chlorella powder, organic lemon fruit powder, organic red beet powder, organic matcha green tea leaf powder, organic turmeric root extract)
Other ingredientsNatural flavors, maltodextrin, citric acid, cellulose gum, silicon dioxideOrganic prebiotic powder (from tapioca starch), organic apple flavor with other natural flavors, organic lo han guo (monk fruit) extract

Customer Experience 

Unfortunately, Revive MD’s customer policies aren’t favorable for the customer. According to the website, there is a 15-day return window for eligible merchandise. 

The policy reads, “Refunds are provided in the form of revivesups.com Gift Cards, which exclude original shipping costs. Refunds for items returned within 15 days of the purchase date will be credited in the full amount (excluding shipping charges). Any claims for damaged orders or missing items must be received within 24 hours (on business days) of receipt of package. In case following conditions are not met, Revive MD reserves the right to charge a 15% restocking fee or refuse the return.”

So not only do you only have two weeks to return the product, you can’t even try the product first—only unopened, unused items are accepted. And then you’re on the hook for return shipping costs AND you can only use your refund at Revive MD.

Revive Daily Greens Mixed With Water

These policies are really company-centric and don’t allow for a trial period, so I rated Revive MD a 2 out of 5 for this category. I only awarded them those two points because there is a helpful FAQ section, an easy way to get in touch with the company, and a discount for first responders, active duty military members, and veterans.

Ordering Revive Daily Greens

Ordering from Revive MD is easy. Just add the product to your cart and head to checkout. If you want to sign up for subscribe-and-save, choose that option on the product page before adding it to your cart. Shipping and taxes are calculated at checkout. 

Customer Reviews

There aren’t a ton of customer reviews for Revive Daily Greens: just 141 on Amazon at the time of writing and 185 on the Revive MD website. The product has 4.3 out of 5 stars on Amazon and 5 out of 5 stars on the Revive MD site at the time of writing. 

Although the ratings are high, the written reviews are quite lackluster on Amazon, with many buyers saying they don’t feel any difference in how they feel since starting to take Revive Daily greens. Many Amazon reviews also call out the taste as horrible. 

On the Revive MD website, reviews are more positive. Customers claim that the product has made them feel more energetic and improved their digestion. Since reviews on manufacturer sites can be curated, I take them with a grain of salt. 

Final Verdict of Our Revive Daily Greens Review

All things considered, it’s hard to recommend Revive Daily Greens. While customer reviews are generally positive, it’s clear by reading them that buyers aren’t investigating what’s actually in the product. If they did, they’d realize that there are serious discrepancies between information on the website and information on the actual product label—and hopefully, they’d notice that there isn’t actually any information at all about micronutrients. 

  • Revive Daily Greens scored well for taste and texture, but low for formulation and company policies.
  • I need much more information about this product before recommending it to just anyone.
  • The label discrepancy and lack of information online about this product should be taken as a sign to investigate the product further before buying. 

Revive Daily Greens: Full Rating

Revive Daily Greens

In our Revive Daily Greens review, find out why we don’t recommend this greens powder over other options.

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Editor's Rating:

Revive Daily Greens

Price per serving – 3.75
Formulation – 2.5
Taste – 3.75
Solubility – 4
Side effects – 3
Third-party testing – 2.5
Customer service – 2
Customer reviews – 4.3
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Revive Daily Greens FAQs

Do greens powders help you lose weight?

No. Greens powders are not weight loss supplements. And even if they were, you should be wary of any pill, powder, or capsule that claims it’ll help you lose weight, especially if there is language like “shed pounds” or “melt fat.” It’s probably a lie or a dangerous product.

Is Revive Daily Greens legit?

It depends on what you mean by “legit.” If you mean, “Does Revive Daily Greens actually contain fruits and vegetables?” then yes, it’s legit. But if you mean, “Is Revive Daily Greens a magic cure for my poor diet that can replace vegetables” then no, it’s not legit—and no other greens powder is. This is a supplement meant to help you consume more micronutrients than you might get from your daily diet, not a replacement for a nutrient-dense diet.

Is taking greens worth it?

In some cases, yes, taking greens can be worth it. Such cases include when a person needs assistance consuming more probiotics, vitamins, minerals, or fiber, depending on what’s in the powder. In a lot of cases, however, taking greens isn’t worth it. Examples include when the greens powder is underdosed, when you already take other supplements containing the same nutrients, or when you already get enough micronutrients from your diet.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.


  1. Rosenbloom, M., Gentili, A., et. al. Vitamin Toxicity. Medscape Online. 2021(10);20. https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/819426-overview?form=fpf
  2. U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Dietary Supplements. 2023(03);06. https://www.fda.gov/food/dietary-supplements
  3. U.S. Office of Dietary Supplements. Dietary Supplements: What You Need to Know. 2023(01);04. https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/WYNTK-Consumer

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