Bloom Greens Review: Experimented and Verified (2024)

Bloom Greens

What is Bloom Nutrition?

Established in 2019 by a married couple with the aim of crafting health supplements using top-notch ingredients that are genuinely palatable, Bloom Nutrition has expanded its product line. Presently, Bloom Nutrition provides a variety of supplements including greens powder, collagen peptides powder, whey isolate protein, pre-workout, high-energy pre-workout, matcha, mood lift vitamins, fish oil supplements, and multivitamins.

In this assessment, I specifically evaluated Bloom's Greens & Superfoods blend. This powdered supplement is free from gluten, dairy, and soy. Each 5-gram scoop of greens comprises 15 calories, 3 grams of carbohydrates, 2 grams of fiber, 0.6 milligrams of iron, and 5 milligrams of sodium. Additionally, the powder contains seven distinct blends of assorted nutrients. These include 1,606 grams of a fiber blend, 1,367 grams of a green superfood blend, 648 milligrams of a pre and probiotic blend, 572 milligrams of a fruit and vegetable blend, 550 milligrams of an antioxidant blend, 150 milligrams of a digestive enzyme blend, and 100 milligrams of an adaptogenic blend. Depending on the chosen flavor, the greens also incorporate 57 to 95 milligrams of stevia extract.

 Key Features

  • Seven distinct ingredient blends, such as a blend of fiber and digestive enzymes.
  • Gluten, dairy, and soy-free
  • Serving scoop included

Bloom Nutrition was launched in 2019 by Mari Llewellyn and Greg LaVecchia, a married couple. Llewellyn, new to the fitness scene, identified a gap in the supplement industry for products containing "high-quality ingredients that tasted delicious," as stated on Bloom's website.

The Greens & Superfoods powder stands out as the company's best seller and has gained traction on TikTok, as mentioned by Llewellyn. In addition to this, Bloom Nutrition offers collagen, pre-workout, protein, and vitamin supplements. Bloom's products are readily available nationwide, both online and in Target stores.

Pros & Cons


  • produced in a facility using certified good manufacturing practices, or cGMP.
  • Sweet taste
  • Includes a serving scoop



  • No third-party testing of ingredients
  • Amount of ingredients may be too small to provide significant health benefits
  • Health benefit claims not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Bloom Greens at a Glance

  • Goal: To increase consumption of superfoods and greens
  • Price: $39.99 + shipping for 30 servings or $79.99 for 60 servings
  • Possible side effects: Bloating


How Does Bloom Greens Work?


Bloom Greens & Superfoods powder is a finely ground green powder designed to complement your existing intake of greens and "superfoods," which are foods naturally rich in essential nutrients such as berries or broccoli.

Packaged in a plastic tub predominantly adorned with a green label, the product includes a plastic scoop for precise serving measurement. Each serving, represented by one scoop of the Original flavor, amounts to 5.05 grams. Bloom recommends consuming one to two servings daily. The suggested method is to blend one scoop of the greens powder with 8 to 12 fluid ounces of water or your preferred beverage using a high-powered mixer.

According to its label, Bloom's Greens & Superfoods powder is plant-based and devoid of soy, gluten, dairy, and GMO products.

How Much Does Bloom Greens Cost?


A tub of Greens & Superfoods powder containing 30 servings, available in any flavor, is priced at $39.99. For a tub with 60 servings, the cost is $79.99.

Bloom offers a "Subscribe & Save" option on its website, allowing you to schedule product deliveries every 30, 60, or 90 days and receive a 10% discount. This subscription plan is flexible, enabling modifications, pauses, or cancellations at any time. Additionally, subscribing to these regular deliveries grants access to exclusive deals, surprise gifts, and guaranteed delivery during periods of low inventory, as claimed by Bloom. Shipping is free for U.S. orders totaling $50 or more.

The Product

Each serving (or scoop) of Bloom Greens & Superfoods powder provides 15 calories, 3 grams of carbohydrates, 2 grams of dietary fiber, 0.6 milligrams of iron, and 5 milligrams of sodium. Additionally, there are 57 milligrams of stevia leaf extract included to enhance the product's sweetness.

The label further categorizes its numerous ingredients into specific blends, such as fiber, green superfood, pre and probiotic, fruit and vegetable, antioxidant beauty, digestive enzyme, and adaptogenic blends. The powder is available in five flavors: berry, coconut, citrus, original, and mango.

The Print Label

Print Label

While the front label of Bloom Greens & Superfoods asserts benefits related to digestion, bloating, and immunity, the back label acknowledges that these claims have not been evaluated by the FDA.

The product is manufactured in a cGMP (Certified Good Manufacturing Practices) facility, adhering to standards set by the FDA. Additionally, according to Bloom's FAQ page, the facility processes nuts and dairy products.

Expert Opinions Regarding Bloom Greens

Expert Opinions

Jaclyn London, a registered dietitian and certified dietician-nutritionist based in New York, urges consumers to approach Bloom Nutrition products with caution. She highlights a significant nutritional concern, stating, "The biggest problem from a nutrition standpoint is that because it's presumably produce [fruits and vegetables] in powdered form, you're automatically lose out on the benefits of water, essential minerals, fiber, and antioxidants that you would otherwise receive by eating a full food in any form."

London further questions the sourcing of Bloom's ingredients, particularly noting the absence of third-party testing results. She emphasizes the potential risks associated with untested ingredients, suggesting they "could be contaminated [with external ingredients like cadmium or lead] without us having any idea," which could pose harm either independently or in combination with medications or other ingested foods.

Regarding the therapeutic effects, Nichole Dandrea-Russert, M.S., a registered dietitian nutritionist and author of The Fiber Effect, notes that while the individual quantities of specific ingredients may not be sufficient to produce therapeutic effects, the combination of ingredients "may provide some antioxidants, adaptogens, enzymes, and prebiotic fiber."

Both Dandrea-Russert and London underscore that the powder should not serve as a substitute for whole foods but rather as a supplement to bolster a healthy diet.

Our Experience with Bloom Greens

Our Experience

 Bloom Nutrition presents itself as a vibrant and trendy supplement brand, which makes it enticing to invest in its products and promises. I was particularly optimistic about its claims of reduced bloating and improved digestion.

Over the course of one week, I incorporated the Greens & Superfoods powder in the Original flavor into my daily routine, trying it both with water and in a smoothie (consisting of frozen berries, carrot juice, and protein powder). While the label recommends using a high-powered mixer to blend the powder with liquid, I found that shaking with a blender ball yielded equally satisfactory results when mixed with water.

The Original powder boasts a notably sweeter taste compared to other greens powders I've sampled; indeed, one scoop dissolved in water proved to be overly sweet for my palate. Similarly, adding one scoop to a smoothie noticeably enhanced its sweetness compared to the same ingredients blended without the Greens & Superfoods powder.

Contrary to Bloom's assertion that its Greens & Superfoods powder aids in reducing bloating, I personally experienced a slight increase in bloating after consuming one serving with water. This adverse effect was significant enough to dissuade me from continuing to use the product beyond the initial week. Additionally, I remain cautious about consuming the product further.

Disclaimer: This information is for general educational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. Please consult with a healthcare professional for diagnosis and treatment of any medical condition.

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