Superfood Plus On The Go - 250

SUPERFOOD Plus ON-the-GO Sachets


Handy sachets, really useful when travelling either for the day or when away for longer.


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These handy sachets are really useful when travelling. Just mix a sachet or two into pre-bought juice or water (in a bottle) for a tasty liquid meal. Equally Superfood Plus can mean that those with food allergies have a suitable ‘free from’ food solution while out and about. The high plant protein levels, high B6, B12 and multiple phyto-nutrients means that you will have a lot of instant energy, yet feel calm and grounded while you are on the go.

Additional Information

Brand Dr Schulze
Ingredients Spirulina, Blue Green algae, Chlorella, Alfalfa, Barley & Wheat grasses, Purple Dulse seaweed, Acerola cherries, Rose Hips, Orange & Lemon peels, Palm fruit, Beet root, Spinach leaf and Dr. Schulze's non-active Saccharomyces cerevisiae nutritional yeast.
Origin United States
Nutrition Profile

The botanical ingredients have been naturally dried then tumble blended for less than two minutes to preserve their nutritional vitality and integrity. The cell walls of the chlorella are gently cracked to ensure optional absorption. The spirulina has been grown in Hawaii using deep well volcanic water.

Nutritional Information per 100g:

Energy: 1380kj - 328 cal,

Fat: 5g

(of which saturates) 0.8g,

Carbohydrates: 40g

(of which are sugars) 5.4g,

Fibre: 23g,

Protein: 42g,

Salt: 1g,

Vitamin B6: 33mg,

Vitamin B12: 275mcg (µg),

Calcium: 426mg,

Thiamin: 40mg,

Vitamin C: 420mg,

Vitamin A: 27mg

Please note Vitamin A is as Beta Carotene and is sourced food state.

Product Advice

Suitable for children, adults and the elderly. Can be used during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. The saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast is non-active and therefore suitable for those with yeast issues. 

Directions for use Blend one or two sachets of Superfood Plus powder in 250mls of any liquid. This could be a bottle of juice or water bought at the time; meaning you simply travel with just one or two sachets in your case or handbag. Mix, shake or stir for 30-45 seconds until all the powder is thoroughly blended. Drink it fresh or store in the fridge for up to 24 hours. It couldn't be simpler.

Superfood Plus extra information and smoothie recipes:

You can just add Superfood Plus to fruit or vegetable juice (and shake) for the speediest drink! But if you want to make smoothies and add other ingredients alongside the Superfood Plus Powder then keep reading.



Smoothies can become a great part of an everyday healthy diet, so investing in a good blender or liquidiser can be good. Very cheap models do not tend to blend the smoothie as well (especially if you are adding nuts and seeds) but this doesn’t mean you have to spend hundreds and hundreds. We currently recommend a NutriBullet which retails at around £100 for the standard model. If you are looking to spend more, Magimix is also a good brand plus Blendtec and Vitamix (at the top end).

Smoothies can be consumed throughout the day, so having containers to take extra with you can be useful although they will need be refrigerated if you are consuming them more than two hours later. You will need a good container that does not leak. Have a look at Smoothie Drinking Bottles or you can keep glass jars of smoothies in the fridge at home. Smoothies can be a great way of boosting nutrients not just in the morning but also throughout the day if you are prone to ‘unhealthy’ snacking. An ideal snack might be a handful of nuts and a green smoothie.

Time save: put all the dry powder you want to have in a little air tight container, the evening before. All you have to do in the morning is add it to water, fruit and vegetables etc in the morning or when e.g at work or the gym.


Getting used to green (or purple!) smoothies:

Not everyone initially loves a green smoothie when they are getting used to it! If you haven’t tried Superfood Plus before then it can be daunting to go head first into total green smoothie land. More experienced smoother makers may find it easy to swig back the emerald liquid without a care in the world but we forget everyone has to start somewhere.

There is no use trying to make yourself start with a green smoothie with no fruit if you don’t think you can drink it. Some of our staff, customers and clinic clients started out like this and then over the years everyone gets used to a 'greener' approach (or even purple if you add some tasty fresh beetroot) and has either no fruit or less fruit.


A word about fruit:

While the nutrients within the fruit are good for you e.g. vitamin C and they offer you a source of fibre to support a healthy gut; fruit also contains fruit sugar called ‘fructose’. Lower fructose fruit includes: apples, pears, plums, peaches and berries. Try to choose these fruits when making a smoothie as these may have a lower impact on your blood sugar support you managing your weight. Sugars of all kinds (natural and less natural) may feed undesirable intestinal microbes. 

Mango, banana and grapes are very sweet so either use only the smallest amount or don’t use at all (especially if you are trying to manage your blood sugar). Those getting used to drinking green smoothies might want wish to use sweeter fruits while they get used to the taste of blended vegetables. Over time, try to reduce the sweeter fruit you use. Starting children off on green smoothies can go better if you use sweeter fruit but very young children may not have developed much of a sweet tooth at all, so do not assume it has to be very sweet. Experiment! Some vegetables like carrots and beetroot can be quite sweet so they can also be used to add to the sweetness of a green smoothie.

We have also included some less sweet fruit and zero fruit recipes below.

Tip: smoothies often taste extra good with lashings of lemon juice, fresh ginger and cinnamon powder.

Wild Cinnamon Powder also provides a sweet-like taste to trick the taste buds. Cinnamon is also warming and studies show it be helpful for healthy blood sugar support.


What can I add if I need to sweeten a smoothie?

A little maple syrup, raw honey, pure stevia powder (not commercially produced stevia products) or coconut nectar sugar. But you should aim for smoothies that are not extra sweetened! Fruit should be enough. Be careful with dates as these are very sweet and even 1 date goes a long way. Cinnamon, carob and liquorice powder can all be used to give the idea of a sweet taste which may be especially helpful for those trying to cut down on sugar (of any kind) in their diet or manage a sweet tooth.


Green Drinks in the Winter:

How to make a green drink inviting when its cold outside?

Drinking green juices isnt always appealing in the Winter! So what do you do in winter time when its really cold (or even snowing outside)? Well you dont have to give up green drinks. We recommend drinking them alongside a warming bowel of porridge (try with almond milk, nuts and seeds on top and some cinnamon power mixed through). If you arent much of a big eater in the morning, then try a green drink alongside a warming mug of miso soup or a mug of fresh ginger root tea! You can also add a pinch of cayenne pepper and other warming foods like ginger and cloves to your green drink.
Some people find they prefer having it after lunch, as it feels too chilled in the morning. You can also use room temperature water or juice to make your blend (take it out of the fridge an hour before you want to use it). We feels greens have their place all year around as they help our defence system’s function optimally. Its just a case of finding what works for you!


A little comment about lemons and limes: 

Lemons (and limes) are a source of vitamin C. Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation, normal function of blood vessels, energy levels, reduction of tiredness and fatigue, the normal maintenance of the immune system and increases iron absorption. It also contributes to normal functioning of the nervous system and the protection of cells from oxidative stress. This is why we include their juice in many smoothie recipes we personally favour food sources over synthetic vitamin C. The juice also gives the recipes a pleasant refreshing taste to greener smoothies as well as complementing sweeter flavours. It works well with ‘earthy’ flavours to make them more palatable. Limes give you a more tropical taste work amazingly with fruit like papaya, for example. If you are using organic lemons or limes then you can also go one step further – you can try blending the lemon whole (pith, skin and juice). The pith and peel contain the most volatile oils and bioflavonoids (plant antioxidants) and the volatile oils have established (through research) antiseptic and antibacterial properties. We (and Dr. Schulze) think you can never have enough lemon in your life which is also why he uses the dry peel in the pre-mixed powder.


The “I don’t have time” Recipe:

These recipes are based on fruit juice or vegetable juice that is shop bought. Always look for those ‘not from concentrate’ and ‘no added sugar’.

  • 1 serving of Superfood Plus Powder
  • Water
  • 250ml of pressed apple juice (or you can blend 1 whole apple)



you can use vegetable juice instead. Many health food stores sell 100 % carrot or beetroot juice in glass bottles which only have natural preservatives in them. You could also mix it with a little 100 % prune juice and water (this is especially helpful for those that wish to regulate bowel movements).

If you are travelling, we recommend purchasing the Superfood Plus Sachets. These can be emptied into any bottle of pre-made smoothies or juices (there are lots of better brand available now).


General Recipes:

Simple Heaven Smoothie

Simple and ideal for beginners

  • 1 serving of Superfood Plus Powder
  • Water
  • 1 pear or peach
  • Botanical-nutritional add in : 1 handful of berries (fresh or frozen)
  • or/and 1 tsp of Wild Rosehip Powder
  • 1 thumb sized piece of fresh ginger root (optional)
  • The juice of half a lemon (or more if you prefer)
  • You can also add to this to boost the greens even more: 1 handful of kale or 1 handful baby spinach or fresh garden spinach


Carrot and Baby Spinach Smoothie

Simple and ideal for beginners, and a little less sweet than ‘Simple Heaven

  • 1 serving of Superfood Plus (or child’s dose)
  • Water
  • 1 apple (core removed)
  • 2 small carrots
  • 1 handful of baby spinach
  • 1 thumb sized piece of fresh ginger root
  • The juice of half a lemon (or more if you prefer)


No Fruit, Garden Glory Smoothie:

  • 1 serving Superfood Plus Powder
  • Water 
  • 1 handful of fresh mint leaves (and if you have any fresh garden lemon balm or anything else you have growing like fresh parsley or fennel – all or some of those)
  • 1 handful of fresh coriander (cilantro) leaves
  • Juice of 1 lemon and 1 lime (or use less if you prefer)
  • 1 thumb sized piece of fresh ginger root
  • 1 whole red or orange pepper (Remove the seeds before blending). This is a bit of a cheat here as these are technically a fruit....!!!)
  • 2 radishes 
  • 2 tsp Wild Cinnamon Powder
  • 1 pinch of Cayenne Powder
  • Botanical-nutritional add in: 1-2 tsp Wild Nettle Leaf Powder
  • and or / 1-2 tsp Milk Thistle Seeds
Suitable For Vegans
No wheat
No gluten
No dairy
No soya
No sugar
No corn
No starch
No salt
No nuts
GM free
No artificial colouring
No artificial flavouring
No preservatives

Customer Reviews 2 item(s)

Uwe posted on 16/12/2015
Very handy when out and about perfect when traveling.
Nick posted on 26/10/2015
I really couldn't live without my daily shot of Superfood Plus , but I'm regularly travelling and having a large 400g jar in my luggage is not really an option for short overnights, these sachets are the perfect solution.

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