AG1 is Athletic Greens' daily multi-vitamin, multi-supplement, multi-hyphenate water-mixed super-drink. According to the company, AG1 contains more than 75 vitamins, minerals, whole-food sourced superfoods, probiotics and adaptogens.

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AG1 by Athletic Greens is a daily water-soluble supplement that was designed to promote overall health. Below are more details in the company's own words:

"75 vitamins, minerals, and whole-food sourced nutrients in one convenient daily serving. One scoop, 8 ounces of water. It's all you really need, really.

  • Promotes Gut Health: Prebiotics, probiotics and natural occurring enzymes bolster digestion and nutrient absorption for your microbiome.
  • Supports Immunity: Your daily dose of Vitamin C, zinc, healing mushrooms and more.
  • Boosts Energy: Magnesium regulates all-day energy by supporting energy production in our cells.
  • Helps Recovery: Packed with superfoods, adaptogens + antioxidants. Trusted by the world's best endurance athletes.

Vitamins and Minerals

The proper balance of vitamins and minerals is crucial for a well-functioning nervous system, and a fundamental building block of a strong immune system.

Superfood Complex

Phytonutrients from nutrient-dense superfoods build the foundation of whole-body health beyond basic nutrition by supporting the microbiome and key bodily systems. We obsess about sourcing high-quality superfoods at their ideal harvest time to optimize nutrient content.

Dairy Free Probiotics

Probiotics support your gut health, enhance nutrient absorption and strengthen your immune system. Prebiotics are special types of fiber that feed those probiotics so they can multiply and establish an ongoing presence in your digestive system.*

Plant Extracts and Antioxidants

Potent plant extracts, herbs and antioxidants are featured in every scoop and provide you with additional support you won’t receive from regular vitamins and minerals. Some of these herbs are adaptogens, an amazing class of herbs that help you adapt to stress.

Enzyme and Mushroom Complex

Ingredients with naturally occurring enzymes that bolster the digestive process and enhance nutrient absorption. Our formula also contains immune-supporting mushrooms."

We've surfaced two expert opinions on AG1—one for and one against—from our friends across the internet. Sign up for newsletter to get pinged when we publish our in-house Supwell review on AG1 (coming soon!)

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"There is strong evidence of the ingredients in AG1 being successful in supporting energy level, immune function, gut health and digestion, and brain and neural function. [...]

AG1 is a nutrient-packed, all-in-one supplement with an extensive list of vitamins and minerals and a wide variety of health-promoting ingredients.

As a dietitian, I typically recommend that people prioritize getting their nutrition from a diet based predominantly on whole, plant foods before considering supplementation, unless otherwise advised by a doctor.

However, many busy adults don’t eat enough green vegetables or raw superfoods as they should for optimal health. For this reason, it is fine to complement a healthy diet with a comprehensive supplement like AG1.

Backed by research and third-party testing, AG1 seems to be a good quality choice for those seeking a drinkable product that has the potential to replace a daily multivitamin and many superfood supplements.

Ultimately, whether you consider yourself an athlete or you have a more average level of activity, at any stage of adulthood, AG1 may serve to support your overall health and well-being."

Excerpt from WellnessVerge's Athletic Greens Review: Is It Worth It? A Dietitian’s Expert Take written by Lauren Panoff, MPH, RD and medically reviewed by Kelsey Masso, MS, RDN

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"Athletic Greens packs a punch with 75 ingredients, but the sheer amount of vitamins, minerals and more in this greens powder means it might not be right for everyone. Check with a registered dietitian before forking over for this all-in-one supplement. [...]

  • The taste: One scoop of Athletic Greens in water was tough for me to swallow. Even in a smoothie, it had an unpleasant, powdery mouthfeel.
  • The multitude of ingredients: It’s not the fact that there are so many ingredients, but many of these ingredients interact with specific medications or are contraindicated in a variety of populations (for example, while using sedatives, ashwagandha may increase their effects).
  • The many health claims: The company claims that Athletic Greens helps support energy, immunity, gut health, hormonal and neural support and healthy aging, among other benefits, according to its website. However, with the plethora of ingredients in this product, it’s tough to determine if they synchronously work to be that effective. Research may be found on the benefits of individual ingredients—but not on the entire blend."

Excerpt from Forbes' Athletic Greens Review: Is It Worth It? A Dietitian’s Expert Take written by Toby Amidor, M.S., R.D., C.D.N, F.A.N.D and fact-checked by Forbes editors

Some Opinions on AG1 from Reddit

Reader beware—take anonymous internet opinions with as many grains of salt as needed. Regardless, here are a few Reddit threads discussing AG1's efficacy.

"I recommend you MEASURE how good they would be FOR YOU in one of the two following ways

  • #1 - Put your current diet into, then add greens powder to see what effect it would have in your micro intake.
  • #2 - Get your bloodwork tested, see if you have any deficiencies in micros that athletic greens provides. Take greens powder for 3 months. Retake your bloodwork. See if it filled in any gaps you ACTUALLY had.

[...] So don't go by feel, go by real data."

Athletic Greens nutritional facts
Nutritional facts for AG1

AG1 is NSF Certified for Sport® and in a TGA-registered, NSF Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Registered facility in New Zealand. AG1 is vegetarian, vegan, paleo, keto, gluten-free and peanut-free.

Return Policy

Athletic Greens has a 60 day money-back guarantee. If you'd like to return AG1, you can do so within the first 60 days and get a full refund.

AG1 Ingredient List

All details below are directly from Athletic Green's ingredients page. Athletic Green's claims have not been independently verified by Supwell.

Vitamins in Athletic Greens AG1

Alpha Lipoic Acid

Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) helps our cells convert glucose into energy, and also supports cardiovascular health by enhancing the activity of CoQ10. Studies have shown that alpha lipoic acid may also help you support blood sugar levels already within normal range.


Biotin is a B vitamin known to support healthy hair, skin, and nails. Biotin acts as an essential cofactor, which allows enzymes to work efficiently - critical for gene expression, cell growth, and metabolism.


Bromelain is the collective name for a group of enzymes and cofactors, extracted from the stems of pineapple. Bromelain helps you break down and digest protein.


Co-Enzyme Q-10, also known as CoQ10, is a fat soluble molecule that is in nearly all bodily cells. It is a key nutrient to the energy powerhouse of the body, the mitochondria which support heart health, athletic performance, and help with fatigue.


Folate is a water-soluble B vitamin. AG1 uses 5-MTHF - AKA methyl-folate - which has been shown to be more bioactive than folic acid in most individuals. 5-MTHF plays an essential role in cellular energy production, elimination, neurological health, growth and general well-being.


Methylcobalamin - AKA methyl-B12 - is a more active form of Vitamin B12, relative to its synthetic counterpart, cyanocobalamin. Methylcobalamin is readily available to be utilized by the body for essential functions. Best known for supporting cellular energy, B12 is generally not found in plant foods, so vegan and vegetarian diets may benefit most from taking a supplement.

Niacin (Nicotinamide)

Niacin powers your cells, repairs cell damage and benefits the brain. It has also been studied for its role in helping to maintain healthy cholesterol levels.

Niacin (Nicotinic Acid)

Niacin, otherwise known as vitamin B3 or nicotinic acid, is involved in at least 40 different chemical reactions in the body. Niacin benefits us most famously by helping to maintain cholesterol levels already within normal range. It is also an essential nutrient in the synthesis of NAD and NADH.

Pantothenic Acid

Pantothenic acid AKA Vitamin B5, is linked to metabolism, energy levels, the correct use of fats, and cardiovascular health. It is essential for the production of acetyl-CoA a foundation of how the body uses and makes energy.

Riboflavin (B2)

Riboflavin helps your body convert food into energy. It also helps other vitamins do their job including folate, vitamin B6, niacin, iron and vitamin K.

Thiamine (B1)

Thiamine plays an important role in converting carbohydrates into energy. Without thiamine, the nervous system can’t function and everyday abilities like walking, cognition and speech are impaired.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A provides antioxidant protection and supports growth, immune function, skin health, eye health and thyroid function.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 is vital for breaking down protein into amino acids, which are the building blocks of DNA. B6 is also essential for hemoglobin production, cardiovascular health, serotonin and dopamine development.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is one of the most versatile vitamins. It has the ability to support immune health and nutrient absorption while aiding recovery.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E benefits your body inside and out, with antioxidant power making it the star of many a beauty cream. We use D-Alpha Tocopherol Succinate, the naturally occuring form of the vitamin E group.

Vitamin K2

Vitamin K is an impressive nutrient and plays a part in multiple body systems, including calcium metabolism and bone health as well as the nervous system and cellular signaling. Vitamin K2, unlike vitamin K1, is the active form of the vitamin K family and the one used in AG1.

Minerals in Athletic Greens AG1

Calcium Carbonate

Calcium is more than just strong bones and teeth. Our bodies use calcium constantly, ranging from the maintenance of proper heart and nervous system function to hormonal and brain function.

Calcium Citrate

We all know calcium helps with supporting strong bones, so in Athletic Greens we’ve provided you with 3 different types of calcium to help you with the proper digestion of calcium.

Calcium Phosphate

Calcium phosphate is a partially metabolized form of calcium that has been bound with phosphorus. It is the main form of calcium in bones and teeth.

Chromium Picolinate

Chromium picolinate is the most bioavailable, widely studied form of chromium supplements. It may help with supporting healthy blood sugar levels already within normal range.


Copper is most well recognized as a coenzyme in cellular processes, supplying the body with energy, metabolizing iron and strengthening connective tissue.

Magnesium Glycinate

Magnesium is an essential nutrient. Beyond helping ease muscle cramps, there’s evidence that magnesium can help support maintenance of blood sugar levels already within normal range and ease occasional sleeplessness.


Manganese is an important trace mineral required for all living organisms. It has been studied for its role in the protection of cells, the production of energy and building healthy bones.


Potassium is a super important mineral and electrolyte that’s found naturally in many fruits and veggies. The good news is that Athletic Greens contains many of these fruits, veggies and plant extracts to help you stay topped up.

Potassium Phosphate

Potassium intake only requires a moderate boost to gain some serious health benefits - function of the heart, maintenance of blood pressure already within normal range, bone and kidney support, and possibly reduced fatigue.


Selenium is a trace mineral that's critical for our body's antioxidant defense systems. Research has linked selenium to immune, cognitive and cardiovascular, and thyroid function.


Sodium is an underrated and often misunderstood mineral. While salt from processed foods can be problematic, sodium itself is vital for health, regulating blood pressure already in the normal range and nervous system function.

Zinc Citrate

When it comes to Zinc: Absorption matters. That’s why we use the highly absorbable form of Zinc Citrate in every serving of AG1. You've heard of Zinc for immune function, but did you know it can also help with skin health, and maintaining healthy hormone levels?

Whole Food Sourced Nutrients in AG1


Acerola cherries have one of the highest vitamin C contents of any fruit, and in a potent and bioactive form. Plant sources of vitamin C tend to have natural occurring compounds that improve vitamin C bioavailability.


Alfalfa is a nutritional powerhouse. It represents a rich source of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin A as beta-carotene (plant form), vitamin E, and vitamin K2, plus B-vitamins.


Don’t underestimate the humble apple. Apples are packed with polyphenol along with pectin, a super prebiotic for your friendly gut bacteria.


Artichoke is much more than a just a pretty ornament. Not only is it action-packed with high amounts of antioxidants, it also contains a whole bunch of unique nutritional compounds for your protection, including silymarin for your liver and chlorogenic acid for digestion and healthy blood sugar levels already within normal range.

Barley Grass

Barley grass is an action packed, nutrient powerhouse that includes vitamins, minerals, amino acids, chlorophyll and polyphenol antioxidants.


Bilberry has a strong historical association with eye health. It contains a variety of potent compounds, including tannins and anthocyanosides, which may help provide you with antioxidant protection.


Bioflavonoids aid our body’s abilities to absorb vitamins and minerals. Citrus bioflavonoids are great antioxidants, and when combined with vitamin C, can support the immune system.

Broccoli Flower

Broccoli has multiple vitamins, minerals, and most importantly, it's made of several sulfur-containing phytonutrients that support the liver, microbiome and digestion.


Carrots' bright orange color is from their beta-carotene content, an antioxidant and vitamin A precursor, as well multiple other carotenoids.

Cocoa Bean Polyphenol Extract

Cocoa bean contains a unique polyphenol, or cocoa flavanols, which are antioxidants that can help protect blood vessels from the effects of free-radicals.

Hawthorn Berry

Hawthorn berry includes a number of beneficial compounds including bioflavonoids and phenolic acids. Hawthorne is traditionally used for it unique antioxidant profile to support cardiovascular health.

Lycium Berry

Lycium Berry, AKA goji berry, is a great superfood for health maintenance. With antioxidants such as vitamins A and C, wolfberry helps support immunity and helps support brain, eye, and cardiovascular health.

Papaya (Carica Papaya)

Want some papaya with that steak? Though it may sound weird at first, this is actually a winning combination thanks to papaya containing the enzyme 'papain', which can help you properly breakdown and digest the protein in the foods you eat.

Pea Protein

Pea protein is a complete protein, suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Pea protein powder contains all 9 essential amino acids including arginine, lysine, and phenylalanine.


Pineapples are beautiful to look at, but did you know they can also pass on some of that beauty to you? The high amount of Vitamin C in each and every pineapple helps to boost natural collagen production, resulting in better skin.


Don't underestimate spinach's robust nutrient profile, ranging from vitamin A, E, C, B-vitamins to minerals like magnesium potassium, manganese, and calcium. Don't forget about its unique carotenoids making spinach a hidden gem in AG1.


Spirulina is one of the most nutrient-dense and nutrient-diverse foods on the planet. Its nutrient spectrum spans from amino acids, micronutrients, antioxidants, fatty acids to various phytonutrients.


Stevia is a plant that is used for natural, zero calorie sweetening, now widely regarded as one of the few truly natural sweeteners. It's a flavor-neutral alternative to sugar that doesn’t raise blood glucose levels.


Wheatgrass contains chlorophyll, amino acids, minerals, vitamins (C and E), and enzymes. For people with occasional fatigue, taking wheatgrass may provide noticeable support to energy levels.

Probiotics in Athletic Greens AG1

Bifidobacterium Bifidum

Bifidobacterium is a probiotic that carries a lot of credibility for digestive health and immune support. It's one of the most abundant and prevalent probiotics found in the human gut.


Inulin is a prebiotic fiber that can help you achieve optimal gut health. Our gut bacteria uses it for fuel. Inulin has also been linked to healthy metabolism and blood sugar levels already within normal range.

Lactobacillus Acidophilus

Lactobacillus acidophilus is a probiotic - a beneficial bacterium that lives in the human gut. It ferments sugars in the food we eat into lactic acid, creating an unfriendly environment for ‘bad’ bacteria in the process.

Adaptogens in Athletic Greens AG1


Ashwagandha is an awesome adaptogen. This means it’s part of a class of herb that can help you adapt to stressful situations. Ashwagandha has been used for many years as part of natural Ayurvedic medicine and luckily the western world is now starting to catch on.


Astragalus is a root native to Asia and is used in traditional health practices. Brimming with 126 bioactive compounds, it’s best to think of astralagus as an herb of longevity, rather than a quick fixer.

Beet Powder

Beet powder contains a special combination of compounds not found in many other foods. Beets have been linked to a huge range of benefits, notably cardiovascular health and supports blood sugar levels already within normal range.

Burdock Root

Burdock is known traditionally as an intestinal and skin 'alterative' - a herb that supports digestive health. Burdock acts as an antioxidant, supporting the process of healthy aging.


Chlorella is a globally known superfood recognized for its nutrient density, phytonutrients and, of course, its chlorophyll content.

Citric Acid

Citric acid is found naturally in lemons and limes. From its potential use in regulating pH, its antioxidant properties, and possible energy-producing properties, citric acid has a full range of benefits. It also acts as a natural preservative to keep your greens fresh.

Dandelion Root

Traditional herbalists have prescribed dandelion as a ‘cooling digestive tonic’. Dandelion root has been linked to digestive aid, cardiovascular health, liver and gallbladder health, and urinary support.

Eleuthero Root

Eleuthero Root is an adaptogen that has been studied for supporting the immune system and increasing energy.


Ginger rhizome is one of the tastiest ways to soothe the stomach. Ginger is most commonly used for tummy troubles and as a digestive aid for nausea, and to decrease flatulence and gas.

Grapeseed Extract

Grapeseed Extract acts as a defender, supporting delicate blood vessels, capillaries, repairing skin cells, and supporting brain health. Grapeseed Extract has a high antioxidant content coming from oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs).

Green Tea Extract

Green tea extract is a powerful antioxidant. Green tea leaves contain 'non-oxidized phenolic compounds', which help neutralize the effects of free radicals.


Kelp is a seaweed famous for iodine. Kelp releases iodides as a defense against exposure and free radical damage at low tide. Iodine produces similar protective effects in the human body.


Lecithin helps build healthy cell membranes and allows proper cell signaling. The lecithin in Athletic Greens is a potent form standardized to 65% phosphatides, lecithin's primary active ingredient.


Licorice has been used by centuries by health practitioners as a botanical superhero and adaptogen. Its major constituent Glycyrrhizin gives licorice its unique tonic benefits.

Milk Thistle

Milk thistle benefits are primarily associated with the liver. Thanks to the active ingredient silymarin, Milk Thistle may help speed up how quickly the liver can make and use protein.


Policosanol is a natural compound derived mostly from sugar cane and is most known for its impact on cholesterol levels already within normal range. Policosanol appears to benefit the body via its effects on certain enzymes involved in cholesterol synthesis.

Reishi Mushroom

Reishi Mushroom has been revered as a tonic for wellbeing, longevity and vitality. It has many bioactive compounds that work particularly well in combination with other immunity supporting ingredients.


Rhodiola is an adaptogen that helps the body ‘adapt’ to stress. One theory on how adaptogens work is ‘hormesis’ - small stressors stimulate the body positively, prompting it to react, adapt, and become stronger.

Rose Hips

Rose hip has been touted by herbalists in the area of cardiovacular support, digestion and pain from activity, and now science is revealing its unique antioxidant profile and skin-supporting benefit.


Rosemary is an herb that is traditionally used for brain function, digestion, and circulation support.

Shiitake Mushroom

Shiitake mushrooms contain all eight essential amino acids as well as the spectrum of B vitamins, minerals like selenium, zinc, manganese and copper. Shiitake has been most reknowned for its immune system benefits.

Slippery Elm

Slippery elm bark, with its high levels of naturally occurring mucilage, is traditionally indicated for conditions involving disturbance of our membranes - from the gastrointestinal lining to topically, on the skin. We like it as a natural digestive aid.

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