A delicious multi-dimensional approach to attaining and maintaining
optimum health*


Galaxy is an all-natural liquid nutritional supplement that contains 27 bioactive components including thirteen high antioxidant fruits. This powerful blend addresses your nutritional needs by filling in where your diet stops short. Galaxy provides a full spectrum of beneficial ingredients including:

  • Organic fruits and vegetables
    to support nutritional synergies in a whole-food matrix and more
  • Plant-sourced minerals
    from wheatgrass, barley, alfalfa and more
  • Probiotics
    like Lactobacillus Acidophilus

What Others Say

I drink water from my pitcher every day. I was recently gone from home for 4 days. Boy did I miss my Juuva water! The water I drank did not taste good at all. I was thirstier too. I love my energy pitcher and Juuva water.
Carol BTwin Falls ID, USA


Galaxy’s powerful blend exhibits a high amount of antioxidant activity that offers a number of benefits. The antioxidant capacity is higher in Galaxy than in 21 of the 22 highest antioxidant fruit juices listed by the USDA (Haytowitz and Bhagwat, 2010).

Benefits you may experience by drinking Galaxy:

  • Increased energy and stamina.*
  • Maintain healthy blood sugar levels already in the normal range.*
  • Optimize your immune system.*
  • Promote a healthy digestive system.*
  • Support joint and cartilage functionality.*
  • Maintain intestinal health.*
  • Offer potent antioxidant protection against free radicals.*

    *This product has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

    What Others Say

    I drink water from my pitcher every day. I was recently gone from home for 4 days. Boy did I miss my Juuva water! The water I drank did not taste good at all. I was thirstier too. I love my energy pitcher and Juuva water.
    Carol BTwin Falls ID, USA
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    Drink approximately 1 ounce (25ml) of Galaxy High Impact Blend each day with breakfast for an invigorating and energy-filled day. For afternoon energy, one additional ounce will dispel the late afternoon slump. Do not exceed the recommended amount. Galaxy High Impact Blend contains only natural ingredients safe for general use. However, if you experience any adverse reactions, discontinue using the product immediately.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Are there any artificial colors or preservatives added to Galaxy High Impact Blend?

    No. Galaxy High Impact Blend contains no artificial colors, preservatives or sweeteners. It does not contain high fructose corn syrup, and the sweet taste of Galaxy High Impact Blend is completely natural.

    Is there artificial caffeine in Galaxy High Impact Blend?

    No. Galaxy High Impact Blend does not have artificial caffeine. Galaxy does include Green Tea Extract which is a naturally occurring form of caffeine.

    What is the expected shelf life of Galaxy High Impact Blend?

    Galaxy High Impact Blend has a complete two year shelf life for sealed bottles, however it should not be subjected to extreme hot or cold temperatures.

    Galaxy High Impact Blend is aseptically filled to ensure this nutrient rich product is entirely bacteria free prior to sealing and ensures a long shelf life.

    How long can an opened bottle of Galaxy High Impact Blend remain fresh?

    Galaxy High Impact Blend needs to be refrigerated after opening, which will maintain its nutritional efficacy and taste for up to 90 days.

    Is there a reason we have changed the caps on Galaxy?

    Yes! Galaxy will now have a metal cap that is crimped in place during the bottling process. This will provide improved protection against leakage and breakage.

    What is the sediment or froth in Galaxy?

    Sediment at the bottom of the bottle, and any froth accumulated in the neck of the bottle, is completely normal. These are actually part of the Superfruit and Superfood blends. Simply shake the bottle vigorously prior to use so as to fully benefit most Galaxy’s unique formula.

    Why does Galaxy taste different from time to time?

    Based on the season harvested, exotic fruit blends can vary between a slightly sweet to a slightly sour flavor. However the premier nutrient attributes and efficacy of each ingredient remains consistent, regardless of any variances in flavor.

    Although the seasonal batches may have a unique variation in flavor, we test each batch to ensure it delivers the proper nutritional balance with minimal sweeteners to ensure the safety necessary for diabetic use.

    What Others Say

    I drink water from my pitcher every day. I was recently gone from home for 4 days. Boy did I miss my Juuva water! The water I drank did not taste good at all. I was thirstier too. I love my energy pitcher and Juuva water.
    Carol BTwin Falls ID, USA


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